Big Agnes Sugarloaf Camp Footprint

Big Agnes Sugarloaf Camp Footprint
Big Agnes Sugarloaf Camp Footprint
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Sugarloaf Camp Footprint by Big Agnes
To ensure your Big Agnes Sugarloaf Group Shelter survives for multiple seasons of fun, you protect it with the Sugarloaf Camp Footprint. It adds an extra layer between the ground and your tent increasing its lifespan. The footprint takes all the abrasion and abuse from the sticks, rocks, and soil so you can use your group shelter over and over again.

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