Exped Mira III HL Footprint

Exped Mira III HL Footprint
Exped Mira III HL Footprint
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Mira III HL Footprint by Exped
Shield your Exped tent from abrasive ground surfaces and sopping-wet ground with the Mira III HL Footprint. This footprint is compatible with the Mira III HL Tent and prevents pokey sticks and rocky terrain from damaging the tent floor. It attaches with adjustable elastic cords for a secure fit. Water-resistant nylon prevents ground moisture from seeping through and dampening your camping experience. It even covers the tent's vestibule space, preventing your backpacks and footwear from getting soaked. Exped made this footprint approximately four inches smaller than the tent's floor. This extra space prevents water from pooling between the tent and footprint during heavy downpours.

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SKU: XPD003F
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