Big Agnes Flying Diamond Series Tent Footprint

Big Agnes Flying Diamond Series Tent Footprint
Big Agnes Flying Diamond Series Tent Footprint
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Flying Diamond Series Tent Footprint by Big Agnes
Lay down the Big Agnes Flying Diamond Tent Footprint before setting up your camp command post and rest easy knowing your tent floor is safe. This ripstop nylon ground cloth stops sticks and stones from tearing into your tent, and can be used with your poles and fly for a massive yet lightweight shelter on fair weather trips.

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SKU: BAG00C1
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