Big House Deluxe Tent: 6-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
When weight and space aren't your main concern, then you might as well go all-out with the Big Agnes Big House Deluxe 6 Tent. Whether you're touring around the country in search of new trails with your mountain biking crew or you're checking national parks off the list with your family, the Big House 6 ensures ample protection and plenty of space to keep you comfortable in the outdoors. Not only does the Big House 6 offer plenty of space to sprawl out, but it also has an extra-tall profile to allow you to stand all the way up when you need to change clothes or simply stretch. Due to the high profile of this tent, Big Agnes recommends staking out all the stake-out points and guylines for stability in windy conditions. A huge optional vestibule (sold separately) gives you plenty of space to stash gear and creates a place to hang out while you escape the mid-day sun or afternoon rainstorms. A welcome mat at the front door gives everyone a space to wipe off their muddy shoes so the tent interior doesn't get mucked up. This tent is also compatible with the Big Agnes Entertainment Center loft (also sold separately) so the kids can get their daily dose of cartoons before bed--kids these days, right'
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Big Agnes Big House Deluxe Tent: 6-Person 3-Season
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