What could be better than sleeping out in the open making wishes on shooting stars, breathing in that crisp, fresh air and waking up to a beautiful sunrise.

The Hunka bivvy bag converts your sleeping bag into a shelter for the evening.

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The Hunka is compact at under 400 g; perfect for all adventurers from alpinists and big wall climbers to minimalist campers and expedition leaders.

Lightweight and small enough to be used as an emergency bag but tough enough to withstand roughing it off the beaten track: Bung it in a kayak, stuff it in your rucksack or attach it to your fat bike- wherever you go and however you travel, a bivvy bag is an essential.

Multi-award winning, the Hunka frequently tops the Best Buy and Best Value awards for bivvy bags.

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Key Features

  • Lightweight, breathable, and waterproof
  • Tapered shape, sculpted hood with dual drawcords
  • Fully taped seams enhance water resistance
  • Non-zip for minimalist bivvying
  • Integral stuff sack
  • Taller than 6'1 or stick a sleeping mat in your bag? Hunka XL is more your jam!
  • 3 Year Alpine Bond

Vital stats


Fabric: 2.5 layer Ripstop nylon Waterproofing: HH 10,000 mm Breathability: MVP of 10,000 g/m²/24 hour


Weight: 330 g (Kelp colourway is 30 g heavier) Length: 215 cm Width: Shoulders - 80 cm; Foot - 50 cm Packed size: ⌀ 13 x 15 cm

Origin: China

Bike Radar review Hunka

At a length of 215cm, it should be long enough to accommodate all but the tallest people, and it packs down to just 13x15cm, so is relatively easy to carry on the bike.

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Author: Simon Bromley
Faraway Visions review Hunka

It packs up nice and small in its very own little integrated home, which is wonderful if you’re an untidy camper. No need to go looking for some cute little drawstring sack when you’re up before dawn freezing your nuts off.

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TGO Review Hunka

the Hunka is an excellent bivvy bag. It does everything needed at an amazingly low price

Author: Chris Townsend Read More: here
Wilderness Skills Rig 3.5

My minimalist tarp set up using the Alpkit rig 3.5. Absolutely crazily small pack size but full coverage. This set up was similar in size to a typical hooped bivvy tent so only really suitable for overnight.

Author: Joe O'Leary Read More: here

The Details

Hunka in action