Big Agnes Flying Diamond 4 Deluxe Car Camping/Base Camp Tent
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- Big Agnes Flying Diamond 8 Person
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FEATURES of the Big Agnes Flying Diamond - 8 Person Tent Two doors and vestibules Doors have two closure options: Zip up mesh door for ventilation only or zip up the polyester layer for full protection Vestibule may be staked out as a shade using trekking poles 6 and 8 person may be separated into two rooms with a fabric wall that can be stowed away when not in use Storm flaps on vestibule zipper Reflective guylines and webbing on tent corners DAC Combination pole system with press fit connectors Plastic clips and sleeves attach tent body to pole frame Color coded pole ends, webbing and buckles make set up easy Lightweight aluminum hook stakes Interior mesh pockets Gear Loft loops included Briefcase style carry bag with shoulder straps and organizational pockets Footprint sold separately
Color: Rust/Charcoal | Size: 8 Person
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The rear door is useless unless you are really short, or used to getting out of a small tent. My husband is 6'3" and could stand up without any problems in the main part of the tent. The front vestibule was great - allowed us to keep 8 pairs of shoes, a storage box, 20lb propane container and 4 folding chairs under it overnight, with room to get in/out. Overall it is a great tent. We are looking forward to lots more use in the next few years. I saw the REI Kingdom 8 (which was my second choice for a tent), and overall, it looks more spacious due to the extra headroom.
This tent did very well in the mountains of Montana for 7 days. It survived rain, cold, hot, wind, and kids! It was very roomy for 5 of us plus gear. I would say that this tent will comfortably fit 5 to 6 adults and gear (8 would be a bit cramped). This tent is a champ in the wind and with the air vents closed is actually quite warm in 30-40 degree temps.
It proved to be waterproof including one morning waking up inside the mountain clouds (fly was soaked on both sides, but the tent was dry). The only issue I found was after a 3rd day of rain, the tent pole seam on the roof of the front vestibule leaked a little and dripped. But this was outside of the tent itself and should be easily fixed with some waterproofing on that seam of the fly.
My only concern at the moment is that the front vestibule pole stretches the front door such that it can be a little difficult to zip and unzip. Seems strong enough but time will tell if this causes any problems due to stretching.
Overall a very good tent, great for car camping and families, and very good protection from the elements. I recommend the footprint for this tent which is nicely color coded for the tent and fits the unique shape.
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