Big Agnes Happy Hooligan UL Tent: 3-Person 3-Season

Big Agnes Happy Hooligan UL Tent: 3-Person 3-Season
Big Agnes Happy Hooligan UL Tent: 3-Person 3-Season
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Happy Hooligan UL Tent: 3-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
It might not be five-star accommodations, but Big Agnes' Happy Hooligan UL Tent is about as plush as a 3-person ultralight shelter can get. Named after a renowned prize-fighter who had the reputation of standing up to anything, the Happy Hooligan builds on the legacy of its 1907 forbear to deliver ultralight comfort to your backcountry adventures. Just like you, the folks at Big Agnes dislikes crawling over their tent mates at 3 a. m. to go to the bathroom, so it designed the Happy Hooligan to have two doors and two vestibules. so you'll never take an accidental knee to the skull again. And despite it comfortably sleeping three people, the Hooligan is exceptionally light, so it'll still feel like you're carrying a bivy sack at mile 137 of the Colorado Trail.

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