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$252.73 at REI Outlet

The 3-season Big Agnes Buffalo Pass 4 Tent offers generous room for 4 campers with plenty of pockets to hold all your kids' toys o...n family camping trips. Read More

Big Agnes
$252.73 at REI Outlet

This freestanding, 3-season tent sets up quickly with an easy-to-use clip system, offering generous headroom and comfortable prote...ction from the elements on camping trips with friends and family. Read More

Big Agnes
$199.95 at REI

A perfect place for the family reunion or the post-ride union of beers. The Big Agnes Three Forks Shelter's gargantuan dimensions ...easily accommodate your friends, family, co-workers and their immediate families, and your entire graduating class from high school (if you keep everyone moving through in a line). One included removable wall can be put up on any of the four sides to block prevailing wind or overwhelming sun, and the ripstop fly with all seams taped can be put into place for complete weather protection, although most of your graduating class will probably have to stand outside. Read More

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$229.73 at REI Outlet

Backpacking trips make great memories, and the 3-season Big Agnes Fairview 4 person backpacking tent can get the whole family in o...n the fun thanks to its large interior and easy set-up. Tent body is lightweight polyester mesh and durable, breathable polyester; tent construction and materials are suited to srping, summer and fall camping. Three aluminum poles are lightweight yet strong; plastic clips attach the tent body to the pole frame for a quick and easy setup. Freestanding Fairview tent has one large door for easy entry and exit; fly and floor are made of durable polyester taffeta with a waterproof polyurethane coating. All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (no PVC or volatile organic compounds). Reflective guyline and stakeouts increase nighttime visibility. 10 interior mesh pockets organize gear and toys. Includes stuff sacks, stakes and guyline. Minimum trail weight of 8 lbs. 8 oz. is based on tent, rainfly and poles only. Read More

Big Agnes
$449.95 at Backcountry.com

From car camping in August to setting up a mountain base camp in March, the Big Agnes four-person, four-season Flying Diamond 4 Te...nt has the versatility and space to accommodate both family campers and summit seekers alike. That's because the floor and fly's PU coating and fully taped seams provide safe shelter in snow and rain, and the mesh doors and ceiling allow plenty of ventilation during warm summer nights. Read More

Big Agnes
$69.95 at Backcountry.com

Footprint for the Big Agnes Scout UL tent. To extend the life of your tent floor it is recommended to use a Big Agnes footprint or... ground cloth. The Big Agnes footprint also enables you to pitch a lightweight Fast Fly shelter while leaving the tent body behind. The Fast Fly configuration requires the footprint tent fly poles and stakes. Read More

Big Agnes
$59.95 at Backcountry.com

Once you've got the Big Agnes Copper Spur Ultralight Tent, you'll need the Copper Spur UL Series Tent Footprint for extra protecti...on against rips on your tent floor that compromise your tent's weather-proofness. Read More

Big Agnes
$339.90 at Backcountry.com

You fly solo and travel light and fast, so you pack the lean, mean Big Agnes 1-Person 3-Season Slater UL 1 Plus Tent. With superli...ght construction and Featherlite pole system, weather-resistant, fully taped ripstop nylon, and breathable mesh, it shields you most of the year without weighing you down; and this freestanding tent sets up in a flash with twist clips and press connectors. Think of this single's shelter as your portable home with the stunning view of your choice. Read More

Big Agnes
$349.95 at Backcountry.com

Even if you were never a scout, you'll recognize the old-school camp style of the Big Agnes Scout Plus UL 2-Person 3-Season Tent. ...It's not your classic canvas number, though--this ultralight shelter weighs in at under two pounds, has mesh panels to keep the air moving, and uses PU- and silicone-coated ripstop nylon and taped seams to keep you dry in a way those canvas army tents never could. It pitches using two trekking poles (one in the front and one in the rear) so don't forget to bring them with you, and a series of stakes, saving you from having to carry tent poles and a heavy rain fly. There are eaves that cover the mesh vents, and even a front vestibule to keep boots and packs out of the tent and the rain. Since they're thoughtful people who have your best interests at heart, the cats at Big Agnes also made the guylines and webbing reflective, so you don't get tangled in wires and bring the Scout crashing down on your partner when you hop out to water the dirt at night. Read More

Big Agnes
$299.95 at Backcountry.com

The Big Agnes 6-Person 3-Season Rabbit Ears Tent is a whole lotta tent for a whole lotta family. Or gear, depending on how you rol...l. This three-season tent loves spots off the highway, flat pitches in national parks, or any place outdoors that you want to call home for a night or four. This tent has plenty of space for your family, crew, or pets and easy entry-exit with its massive door. A 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating on the fly and floor resists rain should your trip get hit with a storm. Added weatherproof bonus: all seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOCs). The fly and floor feature nylon ripstop fabric for durability, while the body consists of polyester mesh fabric that offers ventilation. DAC tent poles are made from a proprietary aluminum alloy that allows for thin-walled tent poles with a high strength-to-weight ratio.Reflective guyline, webbing on tent corners, and oversized stake-out loops for easy set-up, and the color-coded webbing and buckles make it so easy that mom and dad can crack a brew while the kids put this tent up. There are eight internal mesh pockets to help organize everyone's gear. The tent includes 10 lightweight aluminum hook stakes and gear loft loops. Read More

Big Agnes
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

Master the elements! Earn badges! Leave no trace! Build fires in the rain! If these scouty pastimes are your cup of tea, or if you...'re just an ultralight backpacker who values minimalism and covering tons of ground above all else, Big Agnes has the shelter for you: the Super Scout UL 2-Person 3-Season Tent. It sets up using two trekking poles, needing only a 20in foot support and stakes to build a waterproof, cozy two-person shelter that weighs in at just over two pounds, even factoring in the massive vestibule that'll hold more boots and packs than you can bring with you--honestly, it's big enough to sit in comfortably. All the Scout's seams are taped, and eaves cover the mesh vents to make sure no water gets into your sleeping bag. There are two interior storage bins, and reflective webbing and guylines to help you avoid tripping on your tent in the dark and sending the whole thing to the ground. Read More

Big Agnes
$389.95 at Backcountry.com

Reduce weight and save energy while you backpack deep into the backcountry with the Big Agnes Slater UL 2 Plus 2-Person 3-Season T...ent. This tent weighs in at less than three pounds, offers superb protection from the elements, and is easy to set up when you arrive at your campsite after a long trek. Read More

Big Agnes
$349.95 at Backcountry.com

Getting out of the elements is great, but longer wilderness trips can lose their luster if you have to lug around a heavy tent. Th...e Big Agnes Seedhouse SL 2 tent provides tons of space and weather protection for you and a partner without weighing a metric ton--in fact, it has a decidedly un-tonlike trail weight of 2. 5 pounds, which can be further reduced to two pounds even if you bring just the fly, pole, and footprint (sold separately). Super-light doesn't mean super-lame, either, seeing as the Seedhouse has a nylon ripstop fly and floor, coated with PU for extra waterproofing, and seams that are fully covered with solvent-free tape. To pitch it in a jiff, just use the single DAC Featherlite hub-style pole, clips, and reflective guylines and webbing--the Seedhouse will be good to go in minutes, and you won't even trip over it in the dark. You'll be able to toss your gear in the vestibule, stash small items in the mesh pockets, and sleep the night away, no matter what the weather's up to. Read More

Big Agnes
$79.95 at Backcountry.com

Lay down the Big Agnes Flying Diamond 8 Tent Footprint before setting up your camp command post and rest easy knowing your floor i...s safe. This rip-stop nylon ground cloth stops sticks and stones from tearing into your tent and can be used with your poles and fly for a massive yet lightweight shelter on fair weather trips. Read More

Big Agnes
$629.95 at Backcountry.com

Popular, well-maintained campsites just don't scratch your itch for wilderness, so you pack up the four-person, three-season Big A...gnes Copper Spur UL4 Tent (UL stands for ultralight), and set up camp well away from any roads, bathrooms, or RVs. Although it can't compete with a lighter-than-air one-person tent in the weight department, it weighs barely twice as much as the one-person Copper Spur, and sleeps four without any problem, making it an ideal choice for group or family backpacking trips where weight is still important. The Spur was designed with steep walls and a horizontal crosspiece for extra living space, and a Featherlite DAC hub-style pole system for easy assembly. It also has plenty of creature comforts (for a tent, anyway) like eight mesh pockets, individual media pockets with cord ports, and two large vestibules that comfortably hold packs, boots, and smelly gear, so your happy tent doesn't deteriorate into a pile of stink. The Spur also has mesh walls designed to circulate air and let you sleep under the stars when the weather's good, and a ripstop nylon fly with zipper-covering storm flaps and taped seams, ensuring that no water ends up dripping onto your face or soaking your bag. Two doors eliminate the need to stomp over your tent partners' gear and faces, and reflective guylines and webbing take some of the fear out of walking around the campsite in the dark. You can even pitch the Spur using just the poles, fly, and footprint (sold separately) if you're looking for an even lighter setup. Read More

Big Agnes
$99.95 at Backcountry.com

Add some extra space to your home away from home with the Big Agnes Big House Vestibules. Available in both four- and six-person v...estibule sizes, the Big House gives you extra storage to stash your backpack, cooler, pets, and other gear. Read More

Big Agnes
$199.95 at Backcountry.com

A perfect place for the family reunion or the post-ride union of beers. The Big Agnes Three Forks Shelter's gargantuan dimensions ...easily accommodate your friends, family, co-workers and their immediate families, and your entire graduating class from high school (if you keep everyone moving through in a line). One included removable wall can be put up on any of the four sides to block prevailing wind or overwhelming sun, and the ripstop fly with all seams taped can be put into place for complete weather protection, although most of your graduating class will probably have to stand outside. Read More

Big Agnes
$549.95 at Backcountry.com

Looking for a superlight tent that's great spring, summer, and fall, with enough spine for mild winter trips as well? Point your e...yeballs at the Big Agnes Slater UL 3 Plus 3-Person 3-Season Tent, which, unlike most Big Agnes designs, features solid ripstop nylon walls (with small mesh vents) that offer a little more warmth, strength, and durability than mesh, without adding more than a few ounces of weight. Toss in a silicone- and PU-treated ripstop nylon fly with fully taped seams and expedition-style coverage, and you have a tent that pushes the boundaries of a traditional three-season shelter. To keep your gear safe from mild winter to summer, the Slater has two vestibules, one of which is virtually as large as the tent, and two nylon doors that seal out the elements all year long. Setup's as breezy as an afternoon ridgeline, thanks to a super-simple hub pole design that features Featherlite DAC aluminum poles that offer stability without any excess weight, and the guylines and webbing are reflective to save you embarrassment, and misfortune, of tripping over your tent in the middle of the night. If you're looking to shave even more weight in the summer, pick up the Slater footprint and bring just the fly and footprint for a light and quick setup option. For three-plus-season camping, it's tough to make a better bet. Read More

Big Agnes
$89.95 at Backcountry.com

Once you've got the Big Agnes Copper Spur Ultralight Tent, you'll need the Copper Spur UL Series Tent Footprint for extra protecti...on against rips on your tent floor that compromise your tent's weather-proofness. Read More

Big Agnes
$499.95 at Backcountry.com

By definition, the solo backpacker gets stuck with all the gear, but cut yourself a break with the ultralight Big Agnes Fly Creek ...1 Platinum Tent, a freestanding shelter that lightens your load without sacrificing performance and protection. An all-mesh body ventilates and provides a view of the stars, and the silicone- and PU-treated fly acts like a hostile bouncer, turning water away before it can get in the door and cause trouble. Zipper storm flaps and fully taped seams give it some back up, too, because moisture's a sneaky, two-timing no good customer. Of course, the biggest feature that the Fly Creek has is actually what it doesn't have: weight. It checks it a mere, a ridiculous, an unbelievable 1lb 6oz, more than a half-pound lighter than a quart of water, and if you're really feeling like going ultra-ultra-light, you can ditch the tent body, bringing just the hub-style DAC Featherlite pole, the footprint (sold separately), and the fly, after which your setup will weigh an astonishing 1lb 1oz, a weight that's probably less than whatever you're carrying in your pockets right this moment. Even with this silly poundage, you still get a fully-functional vestibule, a mesh pocket, and reflective guylines and webbing so you don't trip yourself up at night. Sometimes, it's all about what you don't have. Read More

Big Agnes
$319.95 at Backcountry.com

The whole point of going solo camping is to leave stress, distraction, and other people behind, so you might as well ditch some we...ight while you're at it; take shelter from the grind with the ultralight Fly Creek UL1 1-Person 3-Season Tent from Big Agnes. Designed to give you fully-featured shelter and seriously low weight, the Fly Creek has a silicone- and PU-coated fly with taped seams and a storm flap, but still weighs in with a positively shrimpy trail weight of 1 pound 11 ounces, making it so light that you might turn around because you think you forgot your tent, only to find it securely strapped to your pack. It's simple to set up, with a one-pole DAC Featherlite hub-style design and lightweight DAC Twist Clips, complete with reflective webbing and guylines that help you navigate your campsite in the dark. If you're looking to save even more weight, you can pack up the Fly Creek without the polyester mesh/nylon tent body, bringing only the fly, poles, and footprint (sold separately) to set up a fast-pitch shelter (Even the J-stakes are designed using ultralight materials.) Although you'll forgo the tent's mesh pocket, you'll still have the roomy vestibule, which can store smelly boots and bulky gear, giving you more room to sleep comfortably without smelling the sweaty feet of a week-long backpacking trip. Read More

Big Agnes
$499.95 $324.97 at Backcountry.com

Even if the kids aren't quite big enough to carry their own tent (or if putting them in there by themselves would only lead to cha...os, screams, and tears), you can still go backpacking with the Big Agnes Jack Rabbit SL 4-Person 3-Seasons Tent, which has enough room for the whole family and is light enough that you can toss it on your back with ease. It's also a great car-camping tent for low-key weekend trips and the like. A member of Big Agnes' Superlight series, the Jack Rabbit weighs in at just over six pounds, which is roughly the weight of a few extra water bottles. If you feel the need to shed more pounds or are camping in bug-free zones, you can also use the just fly and footprint (sold separately) to set up a simple shelter that's a pound and a half lighter. Of course, you'll probably want the four interior pockets, dual media pockets with headphone ports, and the mesh bug protection that the full tent offers, even if they do weigh a smidgen more. The Jack Rabbit's fly has two full-size vestibules for stashing dirty boots and packs outside the doors, and also features zipper storm flaps and fully-taped seams so water doesn't worm its way into your cozy shelter. Set-up's a breeze, thanks to sturdy DAC aluminum poles and a hub attachment system that provides tons of headroom, while reflective guylines and webbing help prevent you tripping and bringing the tent down on the occupants like a punctured blimp, and a sash keeps the door open if you're relaxing in bug-free spots. Read More

Big Agnes
$54.95 at Backcountry.com

Protect the waterproof bottom of your Big House 6 tent with the Big Agnes Big House 6 Footprint. It adds a layer of protection aga...inst rocks, roots, water, and abrasion, which will extend the life of your Big Agnes Big House 6 Tent by at least 431 years, by which point you probably won't care anymore. Read More

Big Agnes
$429.95 at Backcountry.com

Tell your buddies that you'll carry the tent if they carry the food. They'll jump on that deal, not knowing that the Big Agnes Fly... Creek UL3 3-Person 3-Season Tent (built for those looking to shave serious grams) weighs less than breakfast, courtesy of its ultralight DAC Featherlite hub-style pole system and lightweight but durable nylon fly. The 3-person Fly Creek has one more pole than the smaller models to provide a little bit of extra living space, but still has a trail weight of just three pounds, which is reducible to just 2lb 5oz if you choose to bring just the fly, poles, and footprint (sold separately). The hub system lets you pitch the tent in no time flat, and lightweight DAC Twist Clips make it easy to attach the tent to the poles. You've also got a fully-featured fly with taped seams, a storm flap, and a roomy vestibule to stash your gear in. When you guy it out, you'll notice that all the lines and pieces of webbing are reflective, saving you the trouble of navigating extra-cautiously when darkness falls. Big Agnes also decked the Fly Creek out with seven (count 'em, seven) mesh pockets to hold more headlamps, glasses, and books that a group of three could reasonably bring with them. Better make sure your buddies are carrying all that, too. Read More

Big Agnes
$399.95 $239.97 at Backcountry.com

The Big Agnes Fishhook UL 2-Person 3-Season Tent is a versatile, super-light shelter that will shield you from rain, wind, sun, an...d even the occasional snow storm. It's a smart combination of lightweight construction and pure burly toughness that will see you through week-long backpacking trips for many seasons to come. Read More

Big Agnes
$299.95 at Backcountry.com

Ditch the computers, video games, TV, and smartphones for the weekend, jam the family into the station wagon, and spend the weeken...d exploring the closest national park and sleeping under the stars in the Big Agnes Big House 4 3-Season 4-Person Tent. With plenty of floor space to sleep the whole gang and enough headroom to stand up, the Big House has the dimensions to help limit sibling squabbles (although Johnny and Sally should still probably sleep on opposite sides), and features a color-coded four-pole system for easy set-up, letting you spend more time hiking, relaxing, and setting marshmallows on fire. Two large mesh doors make it easy to get in and out without trampling your tentmates (If you've ever had your face stepped on when you're asleep, you know how big of a bummer it really is), and roll-up fly walls with Quick Stash doors let you enjoy the crisp night air without having to smell the dirt and sweat of a successful weekend. The Big House has a ridiculous 18 interior mesh pockets, too, which hold flashlights, glasses, books, and pretty much anything else you can think of. All the seams are fully-taped to keep water out and, in a thoughtful touch, Big Agnes made the guylines and webbing reflective, so you don't trip over it in the dark, bringing the whole tent down and mashing your face into the ground. You can also grab the available footprint and vestibule to help with waterproofing, setup, and storage, making the Big House even more tricked-out than it already is. Read More

Big Agnes
$349.95 at Backcountry.com

Solo backpacking can be a hell of a time, but it's also nice to head out on the trail with a partner. Bringing someone else along ...doesn't mean you have to pack extra weight though; the Big Agnes Fly Creek UL2 2-Person 3-Season Tent is an ultralight beauty that's got plenty of room for two and weighs less than most one-man shelters on the market. With a trail weight of under two pounds and a super-simple single-pole hub design, it's no wonder that the Fly Creek has won awards from Outdoor Gear Lab and Backpacker Magazine. Its mesh walls work with the lightweight but durable rain fly to keep moisture and condensation out of your tent, and the front vestibule stores your packs and boots so you don't have to bring them in the tent or leave them in the rain. All the Fly Creek's guylines and external webbing points are reflective (if you've ever tripped over your tent at night you know how awesome this is), and the vestibule's zipper is covered with a storm flap for extra weather protection. Three mesh pockets hold headlamps and small gear. If all this weight gets overwhelming somehow, you can even leave the tent body behind and bring the fly, pole, and footprint (sold separately) for a quick and easy shelter-style setup that weighs under 1. 5lbs, which is almost certainly less than the hiking boots you're wearing. Read More

Big Agnes
$69.95 at Backcountry.com

Keep the bottom of your Big Agnes Scout tent safe and dry by pitching it on top of the Scout Footprint, which pulls tight and clip...s to the tent body to keep you dry and the bottom of your tent in one piece. Read More

Big Agnes
$369.95 at Backcountry.com

Whether you're on a family or big-group outing or just want to stretch your legs and stand upright, pack up the Big Agnes Big Hous...e 6-Person 3-Season Tent. This capacious freestanding tent with a high ceiling sets up with ease thanks to the color-coded webbing and buckles, clips, and sleeves, and packs into a briefcase-style carrying bag so you can be ready in a flash for the next stop. You get lots of weather protection and durability out of this massive tent. A 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating on the fly and floor resists rain should your trip get hit with a storm. Added weatherproof bonus: all seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOCs). The fly is made out of polyester ripstop and the floor is polyester, while the body consists of polyester taffeta and polyester mesh fabric that offers ventilation. Lightweight aluminum tent poles are offer a high strength-to-weight ratio. With such a big tent, you get lots of features. The extra-large door makes it easy for everyone to enter/exit, and there are two built-in storage shelves along with six internal mesh pockets and gear loft loops (gear loft sold separately) so there's a place for everything. The color-coded pole ends, webbing and buckles make set-up so easy that Mom and Dad can crack a brew while the kids put this tent up. The tent includes ten lightweight aluminum hook stakes and high-visibility reflective guylines. Read More

Big Agnes
$469.95 at Backcountry.com

You and your crew drive up to the camp spot, set up the Big Agnes Tensleep Station 6-Person Tent, and pause to take in the majesti...c mountain scenery. Then you stake out the extra-large front vestibule's awning-style door so it acts as a sun-shade, and sit down to discuss the week's planned hikes and adventures. Read More

Big Agnes
$499.95 $324.97 at Backcountry.com

Even if the kids aren't quite big enough to carry their own tent (or if putting them in there by themselves would only lead to cha...os, screams, and tears), you can still go backpacking with the Big Agnes Jack Rabbit SL 4-Person 3-Seasons Tent, which has enough room for the whole family and is light enough that you can toss it on your back with ease. It's also a great car-camping tent for low-key weekend trips and the like. A member of Big Agnes' Superlight series, the Jack Rabbit weighs in at just over six pounds, which is roughly the weight of a few extra water bottles. If you feel the need to shed more pounds or are camping in bug-free zones, you can also use the just fly and footprint (sold separately) to set up a simple shelter that's a pound and a half lighter. Of course, you'll probably want the four interior pockets, dual media pockets with headphone ports, and the mesh bug protection that the full tent offers, even if they do weigh a smidgen more. The Jack Rabbit's fly has two full-size vestibules for stashing dirty boots and packs outside the doors, and also features zipper storm flaps and fully-taped seams so water doesn't worm its way into your cozy shelter. Set-up's a breeze, thanks to sturdy DAC aluminum poles and a hub attachment system that provides tons of headroom, while reflective guylines and webbing help prevent you tripping and bringing the tent down on the occupants like a punctured blimp, and a sash keeps the door open if you're relaxing in bug-free spots. Read More

Big Agnes
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

The Big Agnes Seedhouse SL3 Tent is one of the lightest 3-person 3-season tents in Backcountry. com's arsenal, and it's the perfec...t match for any ultralight backpacker out there. Big Agnes made this tent's floor and fly out of a light but tough ripstop and gave them a polyurethane coating and fully taped seams for excellent protection against bad weather. The mesh body provides a thorough amount of airflow on the warm days, and the DAC Featherlite NSL pole system connects three poles with the press fit connectors in order to provide a sufficiently stable, secure, and speedy setup. This tent has just enough space for three people, and the vestibule should be able to store all three utlralight backpacks without a problem. Six mesh pockets help you organize your gear, loops connect with a gear loft (loft sold separately), and Big Agnes also included eleven stakes for setup. Read More

Big Agnes
$369.95 $240.47 at Backcountry.com

Keep your journey light and comfortable with the Big Agnes Jack Rabbit SL 3-Person 3-Season Tent. This tent gives you headroom for... sitting when the weather turns wet, and it weighs in at 4lb 12oz so that, between you and your buddies, you can easily haul the Rabbit and your other essentials. Read More

Big Agnes
$50.00 at Backcountry.com

Your tent floor keeps the dirt, bugs, sticks, and water out of your trail-side home, so give it a little protection with the light...weight and durable Big Agnes Blacktail 3 Tent Footprint. Read More

Big Agnes
$60.00 at Backcountry.com

Extend the life of your Big Agnes tent with the Flying Diamond 4 Tent Footprint. This ground cloth not only puts an extra layer be...tween your tent and ground debris, but it can also be used to pitch a Fast Fly shelter, which features the footprint, tent fly, poles, and stakes. Read More

Big Agnes
$369.95 $240.47 at Backcountry.com

One of the most critical questions to ask yourself as you packed for a backpacking trip used to be Should I carry the food or the ...tent? It was the backpacker's version of Sophie's Choice--if you got separated, would you rather die of starvation or exposure? Thankfully, those choices are rapidly becoming irrelevant, thanks to superlight tents like the Big Agnes Jack Rabbit SL 3-Person 3-Season, which weighs in, fully kitted out, at only 4. 5 pounds, so you can act like the tough guy and take the tent AND all the food, leaving your partners in the lurch while you camp in luxury. If you're really looking to cut weight, you can use the Jack Rabbit in Fast Fly mode with the available footprint, trimming the weight down a full pound. It's easy to set up no matter how you choose to operate, with a two-pole hub design that gives you plenty of head room, and DAC Pressfit poles that are designed to eliminate pole failure in high winds. The fly has a vestibule for each door so you can stash your boots outside, and the walls are primarily polyester mesh, letting the Jack Rabbit air out so you're not sleeping in a fog of stinky, sock-smelling air (you can look at the stars, too, which is pretty nice). All the Jack Rabbit's seams are taped, and the vestibule zippers are covered with storm flaps to ward off insidious water droplets. Reflective guylines and webbing reduce the risk of tripping and bringing down the whole tent like a rampaging Godzilla in Tokyo, and a Quick Sash tie makes it easy to leave the door open in bug-free environments. Big Agnes even hooked the Jack Rabbit up with four mesh pockets and two media-friendly stash pockets above the sleeping area, so you can turn up your jams and grab some alone time after spending many hours in the company of your insufferable partners. Read More

Big Agnes
$69.95 at Backcountry.com

Keep the bottom of your Big Agnes Scout tent safe and dry by pitching it on top of the Scout Footprint, which pulls tight and clip...s to the tent body to keep you dry and the bottom of your tent in one piece. Read More

Big Agnes
$299.95 at Backcountry.com

The Big Agnes Scout 2-Person 3-Season Tent puts your trekking poles on double duty to cut your weight by removing the need to pack... tent poles. The ultra-light design reduces your weight carried per step which can add up to a massive amount of energy saved when you're taking on long-distance through hikes like the Appalachian Trail of the Pacific Crest. Read More

Big Agnes
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

After heading down Rabbit Ears Pass towards Steamboat Springs and taking note of the beautiful scenery, you might be inclined to p...itch your Big Agnes 4-Person 3-Season Rabbit Ears Tent on the side of the road. But, rest assured, camping on a runaway truck ramp off of Highway 40 is a bad idea. The Rabbit Ears does, indeed, love car camping and works for base camp as well, but you will surely find a better place to pitch this cozy abode.This tent has plenty of space for your family, crew, or pets and easy entry-exit with its massive door. A 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating on the fly and floor resists rain should your trip get hit with a storm. Added weatherproof bonus: all seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOCs). The fly and floor feature nylon ripstop fabric for durability, while the body consists of polyester mesh fabric that offers ventilation. DAC tent poles are made from a proprietary aluminum alloy that allows for thin-walled tent poles with a high strength-to-weight ratio.Color-coded webbing and buckles and oversize stake-out loops make set up so easy that Mom and Dad can crack a brew while the kids put this tent up. There are eight internal mesh pockets to help organize everyone's gear. The tent includes 10 lightweight aluminum hook stakes and gear loft loops. Time to get out there and camp ... but not right off of the highway. Read More

Big Agnes
$399.95 $259.97 at Backcountry.com

Unlike any other tent you've ever seen, the Big Agnes Wyoming Trail 2 2-Person 3-Season Tent blends spacious living quarters with ...the most monster-sized entryway this side of the Governor's mansion. The front vestibule boasts a tremendous 54. 5 square-feet of floorspace so that you have ample room for a wardrobe change in the morning and your bear-sized Newfie has plenty of room to sprawl out at night. Read More

Big Agnes
$319.95 at Backcountry.com

The whole point of going solo camping is to leave stress, distraction, and other people behind, so you might as well ditch some we...ight while you're at it; take shelter from the grind with the ultralight Fly Creek UL1 1-Person 3-Season Tent from Big Agnes. Designed to give you fully-featured shelter and seriously low weight, the Fly Creek has a silicone- and PU-coated fly with taped seams and a storm flap, but still weighs in with a positively shrimpy trail weight of 1 pound 11 ounces, making it so light that you might turn around because you think you forgot your tent, only to find it securely strapped to your pack. It's simple to set up, with a one-pole DAC Featherlite hub-style design and lightweight DAC Twist Clips, complete with reflective webbing and guylines that help you navigate your campsite in the dark. If you're looking to save even more weight, you can pack up the Fly Creek without the polyester mesh/nylon tent body, bringing only the fly, poles, and footprint (sold separately) to set up a fast-pitch shelter (Even the J-stakes are designed using ultralight materials.) Although you'll forgo the tent's mesh pocket, you'll still have the roomy vestibule, which can store smelly boots and bulky gear, giving you more room to sleep comfortably without smelling the sweaty feet of a week-long backpacking trip. Read More

Big Agnes
$119.95 at Backcountry.com

Add some extra space to your home away from home with the Big Agnes Big House Vestibules. Available in both four- and six-person v...estibule sizes, the Big House gives you extra storage to stash your backpack, cooler, pets, and other gear. Read More

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$299.95 at Backcountry.com

The Big Agnes Scout 2-Person 3-Season Tent puts your trekking poles on double duty to cut your weight by removing the need to pack... tent poles. The ultra-light design reduces your weight carried per step which can add up to a massive amount of energy saved when you're taking on long-distance through hikes like the Appalachian Trail of the Pacific Crest. Read More

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$399.95 $259.97 at Backcountry.com

Unlike any other tent you've ever seen, the Big Agnes Wyoming Trail 2 2-Person 3-Season Tent blends spacious living quarters with ...the most monster-sized entryway this side of the Governor's mansion. The front vestibule boasts a tremendous 54. 5 square-feet of floorspace so that you have ample room for a wardrobe change in the morning and your bear-sized Newfie has plenty of room to sprawl out at night. Read More

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$369.95 at Backcountry.com

Backpacking's all about solitude, so ditch the office, the crowds, and the hangers-on and head up into the mountains with just you..., yourself, and the Big Agnes Copper Spur UL1 1-Person 3-Season Tent. It's an ultralight backpacker's dream, weighing in at 2. 5 pounds fully packed, and nearly a pound lighter if you opt to bring just the poles, fly and footprint (available here) for a quick-set up option. The Copper Spur is made primarily of polyester mesh to keep things light, airy, and breathable, and the ripstop nylon fly has a double waterproof coating and fully-taped seams to keep rain and condensation at bay. It has a handy vestibule, too, which has plenty of room to shelter your boots and pack. To keep things lighter than a mint julep, Big Agnes designed the Spur with a DAC Featherlite hub pole system, which is super-easy to set up and reduces weight by eliminating the need for 3 or 4 poles. They did throw in a single crosspiece, though, to give you plenty of headroom to keep claustrophobia out of the picture. In fact, the Spur has more headroom than most similarly-sized tents, thanks to a steep wall design that lets you sit up without having to jam your head into the roof of your tent, which might not sound that special, but is a big deal when you're spending extended amounts of time on the trail. There's a media pocket with a cord port, too, as well as reflective guylines and webbing that make it easy to navigate your campsite by headlamp--and hey, even if you do trip and munch on a mouthful of dirt, at least there won't be anyone around to see. Read More

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$349.95 at Backcountry.com

Even if you were never a scout, you'll recognize the old-school camp style of the Big Agnes Scout Plus UL 2-Person 3-Season Tent. ...It's not your classic canvas number, though--this ultralight shelter weighs in at under two pounds, has mesh panels to keep the air moving, and uses PU- and silicone-coated ripstop nylon and taped seams to keep you dry in a way those canvas army tents never could. It pitches using two trekking poles (one in the front and one in the rear) so don't forget to bring them with you, and a series of stakes, saving you from having to carry tent poles and a heavy rain fly. There are eaves that cover the mesh vents, and even a front vestibule to keep boots and packs out of the tent and the rain. Since they're thoughtful people who have your best interests at heart, the cats at Big Agnes also made the guylines and webbing reflective, so you don't get tangled in wires and bring the Scout crashing down on your partner when you hop out to water the dirt at night. Read More

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