Spacious and comfortable, the Prologic Commander X1 Bivvy 2 man offers great stability against the harshest of weather conditions. It can easily accommodate two wide bedchairs and has a multitude of door panel options. The front mozzy panel can be used to replace both the front panel of the bivvy or the front panel of the overwrap and the optional inner dome offers complete protection from bugs and insects during the warmer months. As with all the other bivvies and brollies from the COMMANDER range we have used our very own Storm Safe Tex, a new coated fabric which offers fantastic insulation and protection from the toughest conditions. With the optional overwrap in place it is also possible to create a spacious porch area for sitting, cooking and relaxing during rainy days.
At North East Tackle Supplies we have a wide range of Prologic carp shelters including the Prologic Commander X1 Bivvy 2 man.
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