Fox Eclipse 1 Man Bivvy, Fox Eclipse Bivvy
Supplied with a FREE dome package which includes:
Frame Support System
Removable PVC door
Heavyduty bivvy pegs
Reinforced bivvy peg bag
Oversized, heavy duty carry bag
Erected Size(mm) 1300(h) x 2850(w) x 2350(d)
Total Weight 13.5kg.
Fox Eclipse Bivvy The ultimate in pram-hood systems, the Eclipse is undoubtedly the most versatile bivvy package on the market! What impresses most anglers about this bivvy is the number of configurations it offers- the list is mind-boggling! Take the front system, for example, which can be used in up to 16 separate configurations to suit all types of anglers and weather conditions! And, all of this comes in the Eclipse package. Unlike other bivvy manufacturers, Fox will not charge you extra for additional features like a PVC window, Frame Support System or Groundsheet. You get it all!
Mainland UK orders only
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Orders Outside Mainland UK
Please note all orders outside mainland UK may be subject to change with regard to shipping. Third party courriers ship via volumetric weight. Please be assured that if changes to shipping costs that do occur North East Tackle Supplies will contact customers prior to shipping. Any changes to shipping costs not agreed by both parties a full refund will be offered.
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