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ESP Hide Out Bivvy

£269.00 £169.99
You wake up, look out of the window, and see that it’s a perfect day for fishing, although the cloud pattern looks a little iffy. You’ve got all day to spend by the bank, but you can’t tell whether the weather’s going to make up its mind one way or the other, or if you’re going to be facing blinding sunlight one minute, and sharp showers the next. In other words, it’s a typical day during a British springtime, and, if you gave up on letting your angling ambitions loose every time one of those came along, you’d never get any fishing done! When you need a bivvy that gives you complete, all-weather shelter during your day on the bank, then you could do worse than the ESP HideOut. Built to the same freestanding design as the ESP Lo Pro, the Hide Out gives you more space, with a higher profile that will suit taller anglers, and offers a versatile system with full flexibility. The integrated front features a removable door, which can be rolled up completely from the base, and tied out of the way, as can either or both of the front panels. With both panels and door rolled up, the shelter takes on more of a brolly profile, ideal for sunnier hours while you’re out on the bank, or if what looked like bad weather when you set off has cleared by the time you reach your swim. If the rain does come on in force, the door can be opened in a letterbox style, allowing you to stay dry and keep fishing, with optimal sightlines and complete cover, ensuring you’re fully prepared for the joys of the Great British weather, with no need to pack up your rods until you’re ready to call it a day. With a heavy duty groundsheet and two storm poles included, the ESP HideOut is a bivvy that’s designed to brave the most exposed banksides, on the bleakest days, without compromising your angling experience and enjoyment. The height can be adjusted, which is a definite plus on banksides heavily overhung with low willows, while the combination of 8mm and 10mm ribs that make up the frame give complete stability no matter how strong the wind gets during your session. Designed to pack down easily, into a size that is readily accommodated by most quivers, this comprehensive bankside shelter is everything you need to keep fishing whatever the weather.

FOX EOS 2 Man Bivvy


ESP Lo Pro Brolly

£149.99 £134.99
ESP Lo Pro Brolly, With a fairly simple redesign, the ESP Lo Pro has dispensed the need for storm poles by incorporating a frame which allows it to be freestanding. So, six of its eight ribs are in contact with the ground. For ease of set-up, it is still built around a conventional space saver umbrella mechanism. Instead of relying on storm poles to support the front, the Lo Pro features simple yet clever extending ribs by means of an elasticated joint which elongates the front side ribs when assembled allowing them to be in contact with the ground. By moving these extended ribs in or out the height of the front of the shelter is adjusted, allowing for different weather conditions, varying terrain and visibility requirements. Similarly, the rear side ribs can be moved in or out to adjust the width and internal space of the shelter. The Lo Pro is nominally 52 in size, but with the ability to vary the size of its footprint slightly, even the longer bedchairs can fit. When the brolly is broken down, the ribs simply detach and fold up, making the length 6 foot (1.82m) - easily manageable for transportation. The Lo Pro rolls up nice and thin and will fit inside even small quivers. Not having to carry storm poles saves on weight, and excluding the 8 pegs and the lightweight bag which houses the brolly, it weighs in at a very modest 3.30kg (total weight including bag and pegs 4kg). Although in practice we have found storm poles to be surplus to requirements, we have included attachments on the upper front ribs, so in really severe conditions, they can be used. The Lo Pro is built around a very strong but light fibreglass frame made up of 8mm diameter ribs. The cover is 210D PU backed nylon with a 5,000mm hydrostatic head. The way the frame is configured allows for the extended quarter panels at the front which provide excellent protection from the elements. After the seed of a concept idea proved workable, the Lo Pro has been developed and tested over nearly two years through all four seasons and has performed admirably throughout. It is a genuine development on the oval umbrella theme and is the perfect shelter for the discerning angler who wishes to travel light and stay mobile. A heavy duty groundsheet is also available separately.

Fox Camo Bivvy Mat