Big Agnes Tiger Wall UL Footprint

Big Agnes Tiger Wall UL Footprint
Big Agnes Tiger Wall UL Footprint
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Tiger Wall UL Footprint by Big Agnes
Protect your ultralight backpacking tent from abrasive ground and soaking-wet conditions with the Big Agnes Tiger Wall UL Footprint. This nylon ripstop footprint is designed for the Tiger Wall UL Tent by Big Agnes. It's a bit smaller than the tent's floor dimensions, which prevents water from pooling beneath the tent floor in especially wet conditions. Stake-down points at each corner allow you to secure it to the ground, so it doesn't blow away when it's stormy outside.

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SKU: BAG00D1
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