Copper Spur HV UL1 Tent: 1-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
Backpacking's all about solitude, so ditch the office, the crowds, and the hangers-on and head up into the mountains with just you, yourself, and the Big Agnes Copper Spur UL1 HV 1-Person 3-Season Tent. It's an ultralight backpacker's dream, weighing in just over two pounds fully packed, and nearly a pound lighter if you opt to bring just the poles, fly and footprint for a quick-set up option. Though, it's important to note that the footprint is sold separately. The Copper Spur is made primarily of a two-tone mesh and ripstop fabric to keep things light, private, and breathable. Additionally, ripstop nylon fly has a double waterproof coating and fully taped seams to keep rain and condensation at bay. It has a handy vestibule, too, which has plenty of room to shelter your boots and pack. To keep things lighter than a mint julep, Big Agnes designed the Spur with a DAC Featherlite hub pole system, which is easy to set up and reduces weight by eliminating the need for 3 or 4 poles. They did throw in a single crosspiece to give you plenty of headroom to keep claustrophobia out of the picture. In fact, the Spur has more headroom than most similarly sized tents thanks to a steep wall design that lets you sit up without having to jam your head into the roof of your tent, which might not sound that special, but it is a big deal when you're spending extended amounts of time on the trail. There's a media pocket with a cord port, reflective guylines, and webbing that make it easy to navigate your campsite by headlamp. And even if you do trip and munch on a mouthful of dirt, at least there won't be anyone around to see.
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Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL1 Tent: 1-Person 3-Season
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