Copper Spur HV3 Expedition Tent: 3-Person 4-Season by Big Agnes
When you need the burliest tent for miles around, you bring along the Big Agnes Copper Spur HV 3 Expedition. This beefed-up, take-anywhere version of the Copper Spur HV UL series is ready for the toughest conditions on the planet, from base camp snow storms to windswept ridges. It features larger diameter poles and bomber architecture, built to handle mountain winds and shuddering snow loads, while still providing plenty of living space as you wait out the storm. Pre-cut Dyneema guy lines and tensioners come ready for set-up, equalized for added stability and strength in high winds. Interior guy loops have also been added when you need to brace for the worst. Big Agnes equipped the HV 3 Expedition with easy grip zipper pulls and glove friendly toggles, letting you set the tent up even in frigid conditions. It also included a large closable ceiling window, accessible from inside, for storing wet gear without adding condensation to the interior. Two doors give everyone inside equal access to the great outdoors, while the double vestibules provide plenty of storage space for climbing or ski gear. The main body of the tent uses a breathable nylon ripstop to trap warmth, but optional mesh windows on the doors can be opened when you or your partners need to vent.
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Big Agnes Copper Spur HV3 Expedition Tent: 3-Person 4-Season
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