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BIVVIES, SHELTERS & BROLLIES
The word Titan has always been synonymous with super-strong bivvies from Nash.
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Large table that features adjustable folding legs.
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The replacement for the hugely popular STI brolly.
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The single biggest disadvantage with a brolly is that the inner support frame compromises the internal space.
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The Z1 is classed as a 1½-man shelter, so is slightly larger than average. I’ve never taken half a mate fishing, but if I want to take loads of gear and ‘plot up’ this is spot-on.
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Comprehensive two-man, peaked-front, pram-hood-style bivvy made from 5000HH material and lightweight aluminium poles for lightness and speed of use.
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Top-spec bivvy constructed from Hydra-Tex material and boasting the reliable pram-hood design.
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Sadly, given the inclement conditions over the time that this shelter was first here for testing, I have only been able to do one night under it, and used it for a couple of short, afternoon sessions.
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Lightweight pram-hood-style bivvy featuring aluminium bars and 20,000 hydrostatic head outer material.
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If, like many of the TC staff, you like a compact bivvy that is lightweight and easy to transport yet offers reasonable internal dimensions, then this might be right up your street.
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The popular TX bivvy with brand-new upgrades, including the all-new Hydra-Tex breathable material, which boasts a huge 20,000 hydrostatic head, more than any bivvy to date.
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