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Big Agnes Big House 6 Six-Person Tent


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  • Three-pole, three-season, six-person freestanding tent with two doors and mesh windows throughout; polyurethane-coated polyester floor and ripstop body
  • Doors are polyester with 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating; fly is durable polyester ripstop with 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating; large skylight and twelve mesh floor pockets
  • Color coded webbing and buckles make setup easy; sleeves and plastic clips attach tent body to pole frame; reflective guyline for nighttime visibility
  • Floor measures 122 inches wide and between 96 and 115 inches deep (tapered footprint); 75-inch center height and 90-square-foot floor area; measures 14-by-four-by-26 inches (W x H x D) packed; 12-pound, 15-ounce trail weight
  • Includes limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty

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Product Description

Product Description


Key Features of the Big Agnes Big House 6 Person Tent:
  • Three season, free-standing, deluxe car camping/ base camp tent
  • Lightweight 7000 series aluminum poles with press fit connectors
  • Color coded webbing and buckles make set up easy
  • Fly is durable polyester rip-stop with 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating
  • Floor is durable polyester with 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating
  • Tent body is lightweight polyester mesh and durable polyester rip-stop. Tent body doors are polyester with 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating
  • Sleeves and plastic clips attach the tent body to the pole frame for quick and easy set-up
  • Reflective guyline for nighttime visibility
  • Two large doors
  • Welcome mat on front door provides space for muddy shoes
  • Large skylight
  • Twelve mesh floor pockets
  • All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane (No PVC or VOC's) tape
  • 14 superlight aluminum stakes included with tents
  • Accessory vestibules are sold separately and come 7 superlight aluminum stakes. Vestibule adds 64sq ft of covered space
  • Briefcase style carry bag with long shoulder straps and organizational pockets
  • Gear loft loops included: Fits Big Agnes TRAPEZOID gear loft - sold separately
  • Footprint sold separately
  • Since the Big House tents are large, high profile tents, we recommend staking out all stake out points and all guy outs for the most stability, especially in windy conditions.
  • Note: we list several weights for our tents to aid your product research. Trail weight refers to poles, fly and tent body. Packed weight includes poles, fly, tent body, stakes, guy lines, stuff sacks, instructions, and packaging. Fast Fly weight refers to the poles, tent fly and accessory Fast Fly footprint.
  • Trail Weight 12lb 15oz
  • Packed Weight 13lb 15oz
  • Footprint Weight 1lb 7oz

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A full-coverage rainfly and cleverly incorporated welcome mat help keep the inside of your tent as it should be dry and clean.
The entire family can enjoy an overnight outdoor adventure in the spacious Big Agnes Big House, a roomy six-person, three-season tent. When the whole crew arrives at the campsite, the Big House sets up quickly and easily thanks to color-coded tent poles that slip easily through their corresponding sleeves and quickly clip onto the main tent body.

If conditions turn wet, the full rain fly attaches with simple yet sturdy buckles. Relax and watch the raindrops pitter-patter on the fly's clear plastic skylight, while mesh ventilation throughout the inner tent body keeps the air fresh.

The Big House is tall enough for everyone to stand upright, and numerous mesh pockets along the interior walls help keep all those little essentials organized and out of the way. When it's time to strike camp and head for home, the entire setup stows conveniently in the included, briefcase-style carrying bag.

Features

  • Three-pole freestanding tent with two doors and mesh windows throughout
  • Polyurethane-coated polyester floor and ripstop body
  • Doors are polyester with 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating
  • Fly is durable polyester ripstop with 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating
  • Large skylight and twelve mesh floor pockets
  • Lightweight, shock-corded 7001 aluminum poles with press fit connectors
  • Color coded webbing and buckles make setup easy
  • Sleeves and plastic clips attach tent body to pole frame
  • Reflective guyline for nighttime visibility
  • Welcome mat on front door provides space for muddy shoes
  • All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane (PVC- and VOC-free) tape


    Everything you need to set up the tent packs into a cleverly-designed, briefcase-style carrying bag.
  • 14 super-light aluminum stakes included
  • Briefcase-style carry bag with long shoulder straps and organizational pockets

Specifications

  • Floor measures 122 inches wide and between 96 and 115 inches deep (tapered footprint)
  • 75-inch center height
  • 90-square-foot floor area
  • Measures 14-by-four-by-26 inches (W x H x D) packed
  • 12-pound, 15-ounce trail weight

Lifetime Warranty
Big Agnes tents include a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.


Product Details

  • Item Weight: 13.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001AZ5WXO
  • Item model number: TBH67
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #387,099 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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In time, I learned to erect (and disassemble) it very quickly.
Jeremy S. Lezin
I had this tent up for a full 3 weeks, through rain, hail, and sun, and it stood up to all of the elements and looked good doing it!
AustinsMom
The skylight on the top dome of the tent offered a nice view of the Perseid meteor shower.
Becs

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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Helen S. Lam VINE VOICE on May 12, 2008
Color Name: Orange/YellowSize Name: 14" D x 26" W x 4" H
PROS: Relatively easy set up, 90 sq. ft. of interior space, height of the tent allows everyone to stand up inside, nice duffel to store and carry the tent, large optional vestibule for cooking and storing gear(64 st. ft.!), 12 all-around mesh pockets inside the tent to stow away everything, mesh around the entire perimeter and top of the tent - fly can also be folded up half way for 360 degree views with weather protection of the fly for top 2/3 of the tent, skylight for star gazing even with the fly on.

CONS: Pole for back awning is difficult to insert into the grommets - we had to aggressively bend ours to fit! No full fly for front and back doors so we are concerned about water leakage in a heavy storm. Only provided 4 guylines even though we need at least 2 more to properly stake down the fly. (We can obviously buy more guylines but it's still annoying that Big Agnes would skimp on guylines!)

WISH LIST (Hope you are listening, Big Agnes): "Zip-offable" vestibules for the front and the back doors. This will provide the added weather protection but also allow for more ventilation when no vestibule is needed. (We bought the optional vestibule which attaches to the front door but the back door is still exposed.)

BOTTOM LINE: The Big House 6 is a great tent for our family of four for mostly warm weather car camping. We can fit a pack 'n play and 3 sleeping bags in the tent without any problems. The abundance of mesh on the tent body is great for warm weather camping and beach going. (The tent is airy and open enough to use as a beach cabana.) On the other hand, with the abundance of mesh, the tent may be too chilly for true 3 season camping. Thus, it is an excellent tent for car camping during warm weather where comfort and ease of set-up are your key criteria in selecting a family tent.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Steven on February 22, 2014
Color Name: Orange/YellowSize Name: 14" D x 26" W x 4" H
After a couple of camping trips with the Big House 6, here's my review.

Be aware. there are at least 3 versions of this tent (maybe 4).

1. Pre 2013: most of the reviews you read are for the pre 2013 version of this tent. As best as I can tell here are the features of these tents:
* Trapezoidal foot print
* Two doors
* Two brow poles (front and back)
* Non-full coverage rain fly (even with optional vestibule, back door is exposed)
* Screen mesh covering two sides of the tent (non-entrance points)

2. 2013 version
* Trapezoidal foot print
* One door
* One brow pole (front only)
* FULL coverage rain fly (with optional vestibule)
* Screen mesh covering three sides of the tent (back, left and right sides)

3. Post 2013 version
* Rectangular foot print
* Two doors
* One brow pole (front only)
* Non-full coverage rain fly (even with optional vestibule, back door exposed)
* Screen mesh in a totally different configuration (both left and right sides at angles, nothing at the back due to the door)

As described above, the newest version of this tent (2014) goes back to the two door, non-full coverage rain fly configuration. It also is a smaller tent in that it is now a rectangular foot print instead of the trapezoidal one. Both the pre-2013 and the 2013 version have a third full tent pole which goes from side to side, making the trapezoidal shape of the floor.
The newest version has a rectangular floor with a partial pole which goes from left to right on the tent (ala, half a "halo", similar to the Marmot)

My 2013 version:

As mentioned, we've had a couple of camping trips with this tent.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Burger on July 30, 2010
Color Name: Orange/YellowSize Name: 14" D x 26" W x 4" H Verified Purchase
We purchased our Big Agnes tent just prior to our 3+ week Maritime Province trip. The trip gave us opportunites to see how well the tent would perform in a variety of environments. First of all I should say it was difficult to find one available as everyone had them backordered. Even though only two of us would use the tent, we chose to get the 6 over the 4 for the extra space. The tent very easily accommodated our queen sized air matress and still gave us very adequate room to move around and store materials in. The tent is very easy to set up and take down and we had to do that several times in rainy conditions. Initially the tent had some small leaks so I taped all the seams on the fly and it has been dry ever since. I agree with several of the reviews that the fly should be taped from the factory and should also include the four lower fly tie down cords which I fabricated prior to leaving on vacation. The tent stores very easily in its bag. It does take some time to get the air out of the tent when you need to take it down quickly and we did have both the front and rear screens open. The tent ventilates very well is easly noticed in a campground! We would strongly recommend the tent and purchased it only after reading many positive reviews. We hope it will give us many years of wonderful service.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy S. Lezin on December 2, 2011
Color Name: Orange/YellowSize Name: 14" D x 26" W x 4" H Verified Purchase
My previous tent was an Airzone that required pumping up with an electric pump. Low headroom, lots of weight and no messing about with poles. But I wanted a tent with more headroom and volume, so I landed on the Big Agnes 6.

This tent rocks! My wife and I lived in it for two weeks, airplane camping. In time, I learned to erect (and disassemble) it very quickly. We bought two folding cots for the inside and other than the temperatures at night, we felt like we were living in a cabin. I think 6 would be pushing it, but for two, pure luxury. The attached doormat in various languages is comical. Great for all types of weather and wind. My favorite attribute is the headroom. It's so cool to be able to stand up. We hang an iPad from the ceiling and pipe music to a Jambox, so that we can watch movies at night while in our sleeping bags (see, I told you it was luxury camping).
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