The generous interior and excellent ventilation of the Cocoon Bivy from Black Wolf will keep you cosy and comfortable on fast and light trips.
Ideal for the lone wolf on the move, the design of this 3-pole single skin bivy will prevent condensation from soaking into your bedding. To ventilate the Cocoon bivy, just open up the head and foot vents to get lots of air flow when the weather is warm. The high structured head area will keep the material off your face while you sleep, while the 5000mm waterhead rated floor and 3000mm rated fly will keep you dry if you encounter a drizzle.
Packing down do a compact size, the Stealth Bivy is a good option for lightweight adventures looking for a simple shelter.
High, structured head area
Single guy rope at the foot
Colour-coded poles for easy set-up
Head and food vents allow for great airflow for those hotter conditions
Polyurethane coating on fly for added insulation and protection against wear and tear
205L x 60/96W cm
195L x 60W cm
48L x 11W x 11H cm
Max. Head Height:
8.5mm T6 Alloy
5000mm Floor | 3000mm Fly
Does it have insect protection when the head & foot vents are open? 1 answer
Does it have insect protection when the head & foot vents are open?
Jane - East Ballina(4 years ago)
The Black Wolf Cocoon Bivy Tent has insect protection for the airflow vents.
Leece - Snowys(4 years ago)
Does this tent require pegs for it to stand?
Alisha - Mclaren Vale(4 years ago)
The Black Wolf Cocoon Bivy Tent does need to be pegged out for it to stand up properly. What some people do though, is tie the ropes off to a tree which will help it stand without being pegged in.
Ben - Snowys(4 years ago)
where can I put my pack if it rains?1 answer
If it rains, where can I put my 65L Pac in the tent?
Erik - Sydney(4 years ago)
The Black Wold Cocoon Bivy Tent is designed primarily just to fit you. However, you could have your pack inside laying flat at the head end if you're not too tall, or store your back next to the tent with a waterproof pack cover over it.