Big Agnes Shield 2 Footprint

Big Agnes Shield 2 Footprint
Big Agnes Shield 2 Footprint
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Shield 2 Footprint by Big Agnes
Consider the Big Agnes Shield 2 Footprint as the hard-goods version of an insurance plan for your tent. The Shield 2 weighs in at 6 ounces and bolsters your tent's defense against errant objects, like sharp rocks, pine cones, and other abrasive surfaces.

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SKU: BAG007V
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