If you’re not familiar, Bivy Sak is a company that will ship you an assortment of outdoor gear and goodies to your doorstep. You don’t know what’s going to be inside, which is part of the fun, but you can rest assured it’s going to be something useful. I was lucky enough to try this out for myself, and I was quite surprised when the first package arrived.
Included in the package:
A Salomon fleece jacket. It’s a pretty nice jacket. Soft, warm, and light. A good fall jacket.
A GSI cup with lid and measuring marks. Rugged, and holds a lot of liquid. Great for measuring, making cocoa, or mixing ingredients. I’ll be using this.
GSI cutlery: A spork and knife with built in caribiners. Very nice quality and texture. These are always useful.
6 Stinger energy bars. These are delicious and provide a lot of go juice.
A Salomon Beanie. My favorite part of the package. Fleece lined, stretchy, and warm enough for the whole winter. It fits great, and weighs very little. It’s a little bold, but that’s great in the snow.
A stack of stickers. Advertising and swag in one!
A thank you card. Because they’re nice like that.
The Bivy Sak came wrapped with care in a piece of burlap sack, tied down with some color twine. It created a nice presentation, and also provided a friendly way of securing the items inside. The box was sturdy and protected the contents well. The equipment inside was all of great quality and provided excellent quality. . The best inclusions were the Salomon jacket and beanie, which alone made the entire subscription price feel worth it. There wasn’t a single piece of gear included that felt like a throw away, and nothing felt like filler. Everything is genuinely useful. I’m quite impressed with their first showing. If they can keep it up, they’ll be onto something!
For more information, and to get your own Bivy Sak, check out their Website. http://bivysak.com/
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Thanks to Bivy Sak for sending this one over.