Terra Nova Bothy 4

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The Terra Nova Bothy Bag is a superbly versatile piece of kit that will not only make your time out on the hills more comfortable (they're the best place to eat your sandwiches), but it might also save your life too. 

Here's what Andy Kirkpatrick has to say:
"A Bothy Shelter/ Bothy Bag is the Number 1 Survival Tool. If you think a bivy bag alone will save your skin I'm afraid you may be sorely disappointed.... A bothy bag is cheaper, lighter and provides far more protection, both physically and psychologically and should be in the rucksack of every climber or walker in the UK (or stowed in a bum bag for rucksack-less multi pitch climbers). By grouping together you can share body heat, food, water and more importantly moral. Also a bothy bag is a very mobile shelter, and you may find that when the shit hits the fan, stopping for half an hour in the bag will allow you to sort yourself out enough to carry on (eat some food, double check the map, ring for a forecast)." *

*source: Andy Kirkpatrick's Doctor Gear: Bivy Bags vs. Bothy Bags (UKClimbing.com)

Features (Bothy 4)
Packed Size: 27x12cm
Dimensions in use: W = 117cm, H = 100cm, L = 132cm
Person: 4
User range: Emergency Shelter for all Outdoor Activities
Warm and Windproof Shelter
Durable Waterproof Seats
Double clear vinyl windows
Roof Attachment Fits a Walking Pole Providing Support

  • Manufacturer: Terra Nova
  • Shelter people: 4
  • Shelter size: W = 117cm, H = 100cm, L = 132cm
  • Weight: 600g


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11/17/2014
Ian R.

Not used yet. But looking

Not used yet. But looking forward to unpacking it

MD
04/10/2014
Mick D.

Terra Nova Bothy 4

A great piece of equipment, light and durable exactly what I was after for both personal use on the mountains and for family days out with the kids as somewhere to stay warm and dry for lunch or to plan an escape if the weather suddenly turns bad.