Big Agnes Mad House 8 Tent: 8-Person 4-Season

Big Agnes Mad House 8 Tent: 8-Person 4-Season
Big Agnes Mad House 8 Tent: 8-Person 4-Season
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Mad House 8 Tent: 8-Person 4-Season by Big Agnes
The Mad House collection consists of the biggest, all-season mountaineering tents from Big Agnes, and the Mad House 8 Tent is the larger of the two options. Its 8-person capacity is certainly large enough for base camp dining rooms or taking refuge in a multi-day storm, and the fly provides high UV protection as well as solid waterproofing for total protection in whatever weather you're camping in. The fly is removable, and the canopy has mesh windows to stay comfy on weekend camping trips, too. There's a removable room divider that separates the tent to provide more privacy, and the vents include zippered mesh windows to let air in and keep bugs out. Big Agnes also included large 3D bin pockets for ample storage.

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