Tumble 4 MtnGLO Tent: 4-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
Big Agnes equipped the Tumble 4 MtnGLO Tent with LED lighting to make camping more convenient and well-lit than ever before. Patent-pending mtnGlo tent light technology brightens up the interior evenly so you and the group don't have to play drinking games in the dark, or sort your gear with just one glaring beam hanging above you. The 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 just to your liking. Then, Big Agnes built the tent's body out of burly ripstop, and the fly and floor out of fully taped, PU-coated fabric for reliable, long-lasting weather protection. Large mesh panels offer sufficient ventilation in summer's warmer weather, and two doors, two vestibules, and mesh and media pockets add convenience to this campsite king's construction.
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