The latest addition to the ‘Titan’ bivvy range, the challenge was to create a lightweight, but quick-to-erect fishing shelter.
But does the Titan Hide succeed at this?
Let’s jump into a bit more detail, as we carry out a thorough review of the mighty Nash Titan Hide!
I began by poking and prodding as I slowly walked around it.
It does seem very rigid and robust in all the key areas, which is a great start!
You’ll see in the gallery later on, but if I had to describe it, I would say its a cross between a bivvy, and a brolly.
The low-profile really stands out at you!
What Features Does The Titan Hide Have?
We’ve listed all the features below, but to kick things off, I’ll talk about how easy it is to store and transport.
The Titan Hide packs down to a mere 44 inches, which is great for anglers who like to travel light.
Furthermore, I know that barrow space can be at a premium once you’ve bungeed your bedchair and luggage into place!
Definetly a big tick for weight (just4.6kg!) and how easy it is to transport around the lake.
Once erected (which takes just a few minutes), you’ll notice the elegant curved front ribs, which are designed to protect you from driving rain and headwinds.
Some carp anglers like to open up the front as much to observe as much of the lake as possible.
So you;ll be please to learn the Titan Hide offers some remarkable ‘panoramic views’ from inside!
Likewise, the extended cut storm panels ensures any lingering carp tackle is kept dry, even with the front open.
The walkaround video below may just give you a better idea of what I’ve discussed so far!
Nash Titan Hide Review
You’ll know the quality of a bivvy once you’ve fished your way through a downpour, or a particular stormy night!
As it happens, I can say that the Titan Hide held up really well during some extreme weather conditons.
The rigid structure was stable enough, although no storm poles are required at all!
Fear not though, because onrare occasions where additional support may be needed, there are unique storm pole adaptors.
You simply slide them in,then lock over the front rib mouldings to support the canopy.
This takes just a few seconds, with no need for you to use those awful screw-down bivvy sticks that you have to navigate into position!
Lets move on….
Once erected – you’ll notice how the rod straps are actually underneath the water drain-offs!
When you’re setting up, this means you can lock your carp rods into position, which wont effect the water draining off the bivvy naturally.
A great feature we’re sure other bivvy manufactuers will adapt to in the future.
For other seasons such as spring and summer, there is an optional zip-in mozzi mesh infill panel which is great for keeping out bug biters!
Alternatively, for those colder months, you’d be delighted to hear that there is an additional second skin available.
We’ve put together a gallery, where you browse through a seection of photos to get more of a ‘feel.
There is also (another) video further down that hammers home more of the features discussed so far.
Titan Hide Features
Super fast erect short session Titan
Flat Back for space efficiency with sleep systems
5000mm Hydrostatic head 420D PU coated nylon
Strong, stable, and extreme weather-resistant
No need for storm poles
Supplied with Nash T pegs
Front Length: 255cm
Back Length: 230cm
Packs Down to 44inch (112cm)
Whether you opt to use the Titan Hide as a short session shelter or for longer periods, it certainly ticks both boxes.
Nash have put a lot of time and effort into making sure that you can erect it quickly, whilst keeping the weight down.
Carp anglers can still enjoy a panoramic view of their swim at all times.
Whether the Titan Hide goes on to succeed the popular Titan Bivvy, only time will tell.
However, we feel more than enough improvements have been made here to wet any anglers appetite for a quick-to-erect bivvy, without compromising protection or quality.
We hope you enjoyed our Nash Titan Hide Review!
Until next time – happy fishing!