Tufly SL Plus Tent: 2-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
Big Agnes gathered together a ragtag team of women from its staff with decades of combined experience backpacking, mountain biking, rafting, and other outdoor pursuits, and it enlisted them to help design the ultimate tent for any adventurer. The result was the lightweight, tough, and efficient Tufly SL Plus 2-Person 3-Season Tent. As a bonus, proceeds from the sales of this tent go to Shejumps. com, a non-profit organization whose mission is to increase the participation of women and girls in outdoor activities. Steep sidewall architecture and symmetrical cross-pole placement increases head and shoulder space without adding bulk. The symmetrical design also makes it easy and intuitive to pitch. Strategically placed mesh allows you to gaze at the stars and enjoy refreshing breezes without compromising privacy. A fast-pitch option makes it a solid choice for minimalist backpackers and ultralight backpackers. Plus, one of the two doors opens along the entire sidewall of the tent so you can pitch it with trekking poles to create an open-air awning.
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