Big House Deluxe Tent: 4-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
While it might not be the lightest tent on the market, the Big Agnes Big House Deluxe 4 Tent is definitely one of the most spacious. From weekend getaways to Fruita with your mountain biking crew, to checking off national parks across the states with your family, the Big House 4 delivers protection from the elements and ample space to keep you comfortable in the outdoors. And not only does this tent offer plenty of space for you and friends to sprawl out, but it also has an extra-tall profile to give you some head space for stretching or putting on a new change of clothes. Since this tent does have a higher profile, Big Agnes recommends staking out all the stake-out points and guylines for stability in blustery conditions. A huge optional vestibule (sold separately) gives you plenty of space to stash gear and creates a place to hang out when less-than-ideal weather stikes, while a welcome mat at the front door gives everyone a space to wipe off their muddy shoes to keep the interior neat and tidy.
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