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We review the Alpkit Hunka Bivvy Bag, is it tough enough to withstand roughing it off the beaten track?

alpkit hunka bivvy bag
Overall Score
Fantastic value, decent weight and packability
What’s not to like at this price?

A bivvy bag is the must-have accessory for wild-camping, tent-shunning micro-adventurers and minimalist expedition leaders, as it converts your sleeping bag into a kip-anywhere shelter.

Compact and lightweight at just 400g, the Hunka is small enough to be taken on any trip as an emergency survival bag but also tough enough to withstand roughing it off the beaten track.

Made with taped seams from waterproof 2.5 layer ripstop nylon, the Hunka will stop rain, dew and damp from coming in. It will also let some of the moisture generated by you out, as the fabric is fairly breathable. There is a stuff sack built into the foot of the bag, and dual draw cords which let you cinch the opening down to a hole the size of your mouth.

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