Course I'm not really fit to talk - I don't like myself enough to use a bivy very often... let alone like someone else enough to share one with them <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />
Dude, from what I've read of your posts and some of the helpful hints etc. I like you. But not enought to share a bivy with you. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smirk.gif" alt="" /> Probably not even a tent unless it was a survival situation. Besides, I snore.. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />
I've searched everywhere but no luck. It apperars OR is no longer making that bug bivy for 2. But that isn't exactly what i want anyways as I want something that will protect better against the elements. My thoughts were if I can get a 2 person bivy and use a 2 person quilt it would be a comfy setup and hold everything in place very well and help reduce drafts.
I guess my only option is making one. Problem is, my idea of sewing involves just stapling things together...
Loc: Marina del Rey,CA
Erik, Why not design one, cut the material yourself and then take it to a tailor shop or seamstress and have them sew it up for you? They would have the heavy duty machines and could do the right kind of seam. A costume shop could also do it, if you are near one (as in LA or SF).
I think a lot of two person tents are almost too small for two people, let alone a bivy.
Don't get me started, you know how I get.