Tumble 2 MtnGLO Tent: 2-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
Make middle-of-the-night searches for your headlamp a thing of the past with the Big Agnes Tumble 2 MtnGLO Tent. LED lights integrated into the tent body allow you to light up your tent with the press of a button so you can do some light reading before bed, play cards on a dreary day, quickly find your fleece when it gets cold around the campfire, or easily locate your headlamp when you need to step out to relieve yourself at four in the morning. Light and compact enough for backpacking, yet still well-equipped enough for car camping, the Tumble 2 is ideal for all your summer adventures. Integrated LED lights offer ambient light that will let you see clearly without blinding you, and the mtnGLO push-button controller has two settings so you can adjust the brightness to your liking. Mesh panels allow cooling airflow to come through on those stuffy summer nights, while taped seams and a polyurethane coating on the floor and fly prevent water from getting in when the weather's wetter.
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