Big Agnes Van Camp SL2 Tent Footprint

Big Agnes Van Camp SL2 Tent Footprint
Big Agnes Van Camp SL2 Tent Footprint
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Van Camp SL2 Tent Footprint by Big Agnes
Protect your tent floor, or enable yourself to camp sans tent body with the Big Agnes Van Camp SL2 Tent Footprint. This 7-ounce piece lets you use your rain fly and poles to create an ultra-light shelter. If you choose to use it with your tent body, it protects your tent floor from the abrasive nature of sticks and rocks. It has metal grommets which provide a durable connection to your tent poles, and won't have their grip broken by wind or rain.

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