TFG Air­flow Bivvy

With not a sin­gle metal pole in sight, this in­flat­able bivvy can be put up in less than one minute!

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AIR tents are a fairly new in­no­va­tion in the camp­ing in­dus­try but TFG has wasted no time in real­is­ing the po­ten­tial of the idea within the carp angling mar­ket. En­ter the Airflo... This rev­o­lu­tion­ary new bivvy uses ‘air poles’ rather than the tra­di­tional metal poles to form its con­ven­tional peaked pram­hood shel­ter shape. To in­flate it you sim­ply lay the bivvy flat on the ground, se­cure it via 10 peg­ging points, con­nect the stir­rup pump (supplied) to the con­cealed side-fit­ted in­fla­tion valves and then, start­ing at the front valve, pump away. The Airflo has two chunky main air poles (front and rear) which arc across its width, with shorter con­nect­ing tubes run­ning along the roof’s cen­tre, pro­vid­ing rock-solid stur­di­ness. But isn’t hav­ing an in­flat­able shel­ter in a sport that in­volves us­ing sharp hooks a touch risky, I hear you ask? Thank­fully, you don’t need to worry about punc­tures as the tubes are ex­tremely re­silient and are cov­ered in a hard-wear­ing ma­te­rial. The shel­ter’s front has both mesh and solid in­fill panels and a roll-up door, while Vel­cro rod hold­ers are placed on the front and back. It’s avail­able in one and two-man ver­sions.

In­flat­able ‘air poles’ make the Airflo bivvy quick to erect

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