From national park vacations to weekends in the woods behind your house, the Big Agnes Rabbit Ears 6-Person Tent is spacious enough for camping with the entire family. It features a whopping 85 square feet of space, ensuring plentiful room for everyone to spread out without being cramped inside. The lofty ceiling measures 6. 5 feet at its tallest point, allowing you to stand upright, change clothes, and organize gear without bumping into the ceiling. Color coded webbing and buckles facilitate quick, easy pitching--all without fumbling with a daunting set-up process. The Rabbit Ears 6-Person Tent features a weatherproof fly and tent floor, maintaining dryness in soaking-wet conditions. There's a separately available footprint for additional ground protection in the wettest camping conditions. For hot, sticky evenings where sleeping is a challenge, both the fly vents and mesh windows maximize airflow for optimal cooling. The large door makes entry and exit a painless endeavor, even for the youngest members of the family. Six interior pockets harmoniously store your camping goods, with an optional Square Gear Loft (sold separately) coming in handy for organization.
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Big Agnes Rabbit Ears Tent: 6-Person 3-Season
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