Big Agnes - Copper Spur Backpacking Tent
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- Features single door and vestibule
- Storm flaps on vestibule zipper
- UL2, UL3, UL4 feature double doors and vestibules
- Steep wall construction and cross over pole improve tent interior's living space
- Media pockets located above sleeping area enable clean ear bud cord routing from phones or other devices
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|Item Dimensions||10 x 9 x 8 inches|
|Item Display Weight||5 pounds|
Three season free standing ultralight backpacking tent.
Color: 3 Person
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Cons: There are 3 minor reasons why I didn't give this 5 stars. The bright orange color makes it very difficult to stealth camp. When it rains, if any water gets between my tarp and the bottom of the tent, it can seep through a little and make the inside of the tent damp (I mitigate this by making sure I'm on flat ground and I tuck the tarp corners up into the rain fly; a pretty easy fix but a minor inconvenience. I'm curious if the tent footprint add-on would make a difference). Lastly, opening up the rain fly vestibule-- especially if you're in a hurry to get in or out --gets frustrating when the zipper sometimes gets caught on the waterproofing flap.
Overall, I'd recommend this tent to anyone, unless they planned on stealth camping; then obviously I recommend trying to find another tent with similar quality but in a more earthy tone.
Pros: (1) Very light (2) Very spacious, even for 6'+ people, lots of space around the head of the tent, love that (3) Wonderful light colors make you feel cheery when inside it, even on cloudy days (4) Very easy to set up and pack, free standing (5) lots of mesh to keep cool/look at stars on warm or humid nights (6) Large vestibule space on either side for storing gear or even cooking away from rain.
Cons: (1) Ultra-light rainfly fabric makes a weird sound in wind, even light wind. Sounds like rain drops are hitting the tent (2) Small cross-beam makes it hard to put the fly on, I'm always scared I'm going to rip it (3) You do have to take care in regards to the fabric (it's actually quite sturdy, but you don't want to trip on a guy line if you have it staked out)
I have used this tent in cold, rainy, windy weather and it was great. I have camped in it in southern Mississippi in July when it was 110 degrees and 80% humidity...not saying I was comfortable, but this tent was as close to having nothing there as possible due to all the breathable mesh (I mostly used it to keep bugs off me). I felt like I was under the stars with a 360 sky view!
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this is my ultralight tent.