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Aqua M3 Compact Wrap

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£259.99

Quick Overview

Our New M3 Compact wrap features the same performance grade Aquatexx® that we use on the M3 compact.
It boasts the same great configuration of mesh vents as the bivvy for when the temperatures rocket and has all the benefits of a twin skin shelter while maintaining the compact footprint.
• 4.1kg

Details

The benefits of using this wrap are it reduces condensation in spring and autumn while in summer it darkens the living area hence keeping it cooler which can be further aided by opening the vents situated at the front and rear creating a through flow of fresh air.

Features:
• Aquatexx® material
• Small porch area
• Rear vent
• 3 front vents
• Pegs supplied
• Carry bag supplied
• Compatible with Carbon Compact Bivvies

Technical Info:
The Aquatexx used for this product has reached a hydrostatic head of over 14000mm/H20 (mbar) in tests by an independent testing laboratory.
What does Hydrostatic Head mean?
In simple terms it is an accurate measurement of the water repellency of a material.
Rain resistance is measured as a hydrostatic head in millimetres (mm). This indicates the pressure of water needed to penetrate a fabric. This is simulated, in a simple way by placing a tube onto a piece of the fabric to be rated. Water is steadily added until it forces its way through the material. Just before it penetrates the material is the hydrostatic head measurement.
There are lots of factors that affect the Hydrostatic Head, heavy or wind-driven rain has a higher pressure than light rain, standing on a groundsheet increases the pressure on any water underneath, the pressure of rucksack straps on a jacket increases the pressure on the shoulders and so on...
Fabric with a hydrostatic head of 1000 mm or less is best regarded as shower resistant, with 1500 mm being usually suitable for summer camping. Tents for year-round use generally have at least 2000 mm; expedition tents intended for extreme conditions are often rated at 3000 mm.