Tumble 3 MtnGLO Tent: 3-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
So your glorious foray into the backcountry of Denali National Park turned into a wet slog through soggy tundra, you were turned back by rushing glacial rivers, and now it's raining all night so you can't even explore your campsite valley. The Big Agnes Tumble 3 MtnGLO 3-Person 3-Season Tent makes it a little easier to hang in your shelter through the downpour, thanks to the string of LED lights sewn into the ceiling's seams. Not only are they durable and flexible enough to withstand repeated pitching and packing, they make it so much simpler to play gin rummy with your camping partners. The Tumble 3 MtnGLO features a two-pole design that's easy to set up quickly when the wet weather forces you into submission, with simple-to-use clip-in attachments between the tent and poles. A durable polyester fly sheds that Alaska rain without complaint, while the waterproof tent floor keeps your sleeping bags well protected from unexpected puddles. Should the rain ever clear up, you can remove that fly and enjoy a clear view of the sky through the mesh ceiling, whether it's the 2 a. m. sunrise you're viewing or a spectacular aurora display.
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Big Agnes Tumble 3 MtnGLO Tent: 3-Person 3-Season
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