If you're going to spend a few days exploring the places where the deer and the antelope play, bring the Big Agnes Blacktail 3 Three-Person Three-Season Tent along for some extra company. While it sleeps three people, the Blacktail weighs just six pounds fully packed, so it's not like carrying your little sister around in your pack (the Blacktail doesn't complain when it gets hungry, either). The Blacktail has plenty of features to make your backcountry nights a little more comfortable. The polyester fabric of the fly and floor sports fully taped seams to keep out rain and sneaky moisture, the mesh walls allow for plenty of air to circulate on warm summer nights, and the dual doors and matching vestibules help you avoid trampling your tent mates and keep your boots and pack dry. Big Agnes also included reflective guylines and webbing to prevent accidental nighttime Godzilla-style tent destruction and included media pockets with special cord ports to help you catch some peace and quiet during a down-day siesta.
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