Whether you're setting up camp in the middle of the wilderness or at a campsite, the Sierra Designs Flash 2 Tent supplies comfort and headroom without too much weight. Its hybrid design blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall constructions, giving you a tent that's light like a single-wall but still weatherproof like a tent with a traditional fly. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and lets you enjoy tons of headroom when you're playing a storm-bound game of rummy. Both doors are wide enough for you and your buddy to sit side by side and cook some food or enjoy the view when the weather's too harsh for you to explore outdoors, and the easy-access side vestibules have enough room for multiple backpacks and several pairs of boots.Sierra Designs built this tent's fly from polyester taffeta to keep it light, the body out of no-see-um mesh for bug protection and ventilation, and the floor out of nylon taffeta for durability. DAC Pressfit poles make set up easy and the integrated awning poles maximize the tent's space without adding the weight of another support pole, so you can hike through the Tetons or Escalante without getting bogged down and worn out. And when it's time to call it a night and retreat to the Flash, just throw your headlamp in the included Night Glow accessory and let the lamp-like bag evenly disperse light throughout the tent as you get gear ready for another day on the trail.
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