Patrol Bag: Intermediate Sleeping Bag, Bivy Cover, 6 or 9 Strap Compression Stuff SackPatrol Bag: Rated for temperatures 50 to 30°. Reversible double-pull (opens end to end) slider allows top or bottom ventilation. Non-locking slide fastener self repairs if jammed or snagged. Draft flap prevents heat loss. Hood adjusts for heat retention; includes nylon drawcord and barrel lock. Measures 81-83? Long and 35-37 Wide 35-37 (22-24 at the foot) Less than 3lbs Color: Green NSN:8465-01-398-0685
Intermediate Cold Weather Bag: Rated for temperatures 30 to -10°. Sewn insulation does not migrate in the bag. Anatomically designed foot box contains twice the insulation as the bag. Sewn-in, quilted chest collar prevents air drafts up and down through the hood. Hood adjusts for heat retention; includes nylon drawcord and barrel lock. Measures 81-83 Long and 34-36 Wide (21 to 23 at foot) 4lbs Color: Black NSN:8465-01-398-0687
Bivy Cover: Made of durably waterproof and windproof 3-layer GORE-TEX® fabric. When combined with Patrol and ICW bags, the system is rated to climates -20 and to -50° with proper clothing. Approved by all departments and agencies of the Department of Defense. Includes snap fastener and slide fastener. Measures 81-83 Long and 34-36 Wide (27-29 at foot) Color: Woodland Camouflage NSN: 8465-01-416-8517
Stuff Sack: Compressible to one cubic foot, six or nine 1 -wide nylon webbing straps adjust by ladder lock buckles. Reinforcement webbing is sewn around the circumference of the bag. Nylon drawcord closure with a barrel lock Measures 19.5-23.5 in length, Just over 10 in diameter. Color: Black NSN: 8465-01-398-5428
The patrol bag, intermediate cold weather bag and the bivy cover snap together to create a sleep system unrivaled in warmth, weather resistance and portability when carried in the compression stuff sack. With proper ECWCS clothing layers, this system can keep you comfortable in temperatures from 50 to -50! The entire system is under 11 pounds and can be compressed into one cubic foot inside of the stuff sack. The bivy (outer) cover is wind and water resistant and is often used in place of a tent when situations require it. This system is perfect for survival situations, extreme campers and hikers as well as recreational scouting and family camping trips.