Integral Designs by Rab Salathe Bivy - Not Available
John Salathe started climbing at the age of 45. Two years later he and Anton Nelson pioneered Yosemite style climbing by doing the first base to summit ascent of Lost Arrow Spire, with four nights of bivys. Integral Designs Salathé bivy is named for this bold climb, where John Salathe wished he'd known about this piece of gear before spending several uncomfortable nights on the renowned big wall route.
The Integral Designs Salathé is our most versatile and technical bivy. Loaded with features which make it suitable for both summer and winter use. Use it for lying down in horizontal comfort or for sitting up on that tiny ledge cooking a meal while staying cocooned, dry and tied in.
- Length: 92" (fits to 6ft 6")
- Width: 32"/81cm at shoulders tapering to 22"/56cm at foot
- Girth: 70"/177cm at shoulders tapering to 52"/132cm at foot
- Weight: 2.1 lbs (950g)
- Packed Size: 15" x 5" (38cm x 13cm)