Rattlesnake SL1 MtnGLO Tent: 1-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
There's nothing worse than rummaging around for gear in the dark, but with the Big Agnes Rattlesnake SL1 Person MtnGLO Tent, you'll know exactly where your gear is. An LED light strand integrated into the canopy provides a nice ambient light that is great when you're rigging your pack for an early morning summit bid or just enjoying a late night read. This single person option in the Rattlesnake line has a trail weight of just three pounds, so it won't weigh your pack down.The tent is comprised of a polyester ripstop fly and floor with fully taped seams and a PU coating. A polyester mesh canopy keeps the bugs out on those clear and buggy nights, while the tent's unique hub pole design maximizes room inside the tent, and it makes the walls steeper, so the tent will shed rain more efficiently. Inside the tent are three mesh pockets and two media pockets. When packing ultralight, you can shave even more weight from the tent by rolling with just a foot print (sold separate) and the canopy.
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