Comprised of the Burrow Bed Net System and the Wolverine Rainfly Kit, Catoma's Wolverine EBNS has well and truly got you covered.
Originally designed to fit securely onto a military cot, the US Marines decided they liked it so much they wanted to deploy it in the field as well. In response, Catoma ruggedised the design and created the capability of adding a rainfly. They have since delivered hundreds of thousands of systems on contract. The latest gen has even more user friendly features, improved parts and fittings, and enhanced capability.
Burrow Bed Net System - NSN: 3740-01-543-5652
The Burrow’s instant deployment and cot compatibility make it an efficient, fast-access shelter to protect users from insects and a great shelter for medical patients in the field. It is EPA registered and has Permethrin bonded to the material for insect repellency. The Burrow is supported by a strong and ultra-light .134” diameter pultruded fiberglass rod which winds through the shelter, expanding it to its given shape. When the rolled up Burrow’s cinch strap is removed, the shelter is released and snaps into shape automatically. No assembly or set-up is required.
Watch here for a helpful instructional video on how to fold your Burrow back up.
Wolverine Rainfly Kit - NSN: 3740-01-546-4354 (as EBNS)
The greatest feature of this rainfly is its spacious dual vestibules. The entry side door opens wide to allow easy entry, and the storage side door offers a wider vestibule for storing a full size pack with room leftover.
Weight – Rainfly Kit: 2.6 lbs. // 1.18 kg
Weight – w/ Burrow 4.5 lbs. // 2.0 kg
Center Height: 33” // 84 cm
Fly Material: 70D Hybri-lite Ripstop
Pole Material: Aluminum
Packed Dimensions: 13” x 6” x 6” // 33cm x 15cm x 15cm
Wolverine Groundsheet (Sold separately)
Designed to cover the footprint of the rainfly and not just the interior tent body, the ground underneath the entire rainfly is covered, providing clean space for the user to cook, change socks, and store gear. The edges of the Groundsheet stop just shy of the drip edge of the rainfly so that runoff does not pool on the Groundsheet. When your mission calls for ultralight gear, the Rainfly and Groundsheet can also be used as a stand-alone structure without the Burrow as the base tent.
Weight: 8 oz // 227g
Material: 70D Hybri-Lite Ripstop
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