Big Agnes Manzanares HV SL 2 mtnGLO Tent - 2-Person 3-Season

Big Agnes Manzanares HV SL 2 mtnGLO Tent - 2-Person 3-Season
Big Agnes Manzanares HV SL 2 mtnGLO Tent - 2-Person 3-Season
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Manzanares HV SL 2 mtnGLO Tent - 2-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
Pack up your Big Agnes Manzanares HV SL 2 mtnGLO 2 Person 3 Season Tent and hit the trail with that special someone. This lightweight tent is perfect for two, with large vestibules to stash your gear without crowding your cozy mountain fort. The rainfly and floor have been treated with a PU coating to keep the moisture out, and interior loops and a gear loft help keep you tent organized. Big Agnes' signature mtnGLO To-Go lights are included, durable LED lights that illuminate your tent while you play cards or tell ghost stories. Multiple attachment points let you hang the lights wherever you want so you don't have to worry about fumbling around with your lantern or blinding your tentmate with a headlamp.

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SKU: BAG00DG
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