Big Agnes Copper Spur UL1 Tent (2014)
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- Trail weight: 2lb 13oz; Packed weight 3lb 2oz
- Packed size 5.5" x 17.5"
- Floor size: 29 sq. ft.;
- Floor length: 90"; Floor width: 52-42"
- Head height 42"
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Big Agnes makes Copper Spur tents a risk-free investment: full-featured, ultralight backpacking shelters that are truly easy to pack, set-up and inhabit. Dual doors and steep vertical walls make long trips with a partner or two comfortable. There’s enough internal space to ensure that windy, rainy afternoons spent playing dominoes will be easy like Sunday morning. All DAC poles made from TH72M aluminum: the latest technology in lightweight tent poles featuring improved durability. Trail Weight: 2lb 3oz. Packed Weight: 2lb 8oz. Footprint Weight: 4oz. Fast Fly Weight: 1lb 10oz. Packed Size: 4.5"x16.5". Floor Area: 22 sq ft. Vestibule Area: 10 sq ft. Head Height: 37". Foot Height: 14". 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.
Color: Cool Gray/Terra Cotta | Size: 90" L x 52" W
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1. Lightweight. I backpack often in Colorado mountains and need lightweight gear.
2. Durable. I have only had a single tear in the screen portion of the tent. Im actually uncertain how this happened but easily fixed with a tent repair kit.
3. 3 season. I know this is a 3 season tent but have had this in 2 snow storms now. Used in 6 inches of snow and 80 mph winds. This tent was standing the entire time and never had a drop of water inside the tent.
Cons: Price. For any quality backpacking tent there is going to be a little bit of a sticker shock. The price is well worth it for the product you receive.
I was, however, disapointed in B.A. for not including the footprint in the package for the price! Be sure and get the footprint.
The zippers and seems/stitching is very tough! It's a breeze to setup.
In tent lingo, a 3 person tent holds 2 people very comfortably, and 3 in a pinch. Weight and durability are my top concerns and this tent just excels at both. I wish it packed up smaller, but splitting the tent between two people works very well. I got the footprint and gear loft as well. The fabric is very, very thin but seems very durable. Time will tell.
I'm hoping with good care this tent will be at my disposal for a good 10 years.
UPDATE 9/7/14: My middle son and I spent the night in this tent, while the heavens unloaded over 3.5 inches of rain on us overnight. Always a nerve wracking experience to see how a tent will hold up under durress. Thirty minutes into the storm we realized we were NOT getting wet - at which point we had a great time enjoying the downpour! It was an amazing night to be outdoors in a tent and we both will always remember that night - most importantly that we stayed DRY the entire night ;)
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.
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this is my ultralight tent.