Scout Plus UL Tent: 2-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
Big Agnes updated its classic ultralight backpacking tent with a vestibule in the Scout Plus UL Tent. This single wall tent uses two trekking poles and suggested anchor points to provide a surprisingly roomy space, given how little the tent weighs (just over a pound). Silicone and polyurethane treatments help this tent protect your gear from wet weather, while the mesh vents ensure proper airflow in warmer weather. Big Agnes designed the Scout's setup with pockets made for any trekking pole. The pole at the front door needs to measure up to forty-five inches, while the back requires a pole that can compress down to thirty-three inches. There are various loops, guylines, webbing, and anchor points that ensure a stable setup. Pair this ultralight tent with the Big Agnes Entertainment Center Loft, PowerCase Loft, or footprint (all sold separately) for more convenience while camping.
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