Big Agnes Log Flume Shelter

Big Agnes Log Flume Shelter
Big Agnes Log Flume Shelter
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Log Flume Shelter by Big Agnes
Create more together time with the Big Agnes Log Flume Shelter. This system allows you to dock tents, truck beds, or car boots to any open side to create a great room away from the elements. The Log Flume features plenty of options for guy lines and toggles, so you can include practically any tent or car inside this waterproof shelter. A center tarp pole ensures plenty of height, while two hoop poles create a spacious, yet cozy room and the ground frame provides structural stability. . A lantern hole allows you to add light to the structure, and the included guy lines and webbing are reflective for increased visibility in the dark.

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SKU: BAG00GI
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