The Big Agnes Krumholtz UL2 mtnGLO Tent with Goal Zero Technology is a ultralight tent for backpacking that'll light up your night. It doesn't just light up at night, it'll also harness the power of the sun since it includes a Goal Zero Nomad 7 Solar Panel, fan, lantern and Flip 20 battery. Okay, that's a ton of stuff let alone the LED lights built right into the tent fabric. Now you can really glamp it up in the backcountry. Two doors, two vestibules, and plenty of space to sleep in nature. Get on the trail and enjoy a few extra comforts while you're at it.
FEATURES of the Big Agnes Krumholtz UL2 mtnGLO Tent with Goal Zero Technology
Two doors and two vestibules
Reflective guylines and webbing on tent corners
Color coded webbing and buckles make set up easy
Quick Stash on tent body door makes stowing unzipped door simple and easy
Storm flaps on vestibule zipper
Media pockets located above sleeping area enable clean ear bud cord routing from phones or other devices
Includes Goal Zero Solar kit-7 W solar panel, fan, lantern, Flip 20 battery
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What are the differences besides the goal zero accessories between this tent and the copper spur ul2?
Asked by: Drew802
Hiya Drew802, thanks for your question! Besides the Goal Zero equipment (and extra weight that accompanies the equipment), the difference is in the material of the floor and rainfly. The rainfly and floor fabric on the Copper Spur is Polyurethane-coated nylon ripstop, while the Krumholtz has Silicone treated Nylon rip-stop with a 1200mm polyurethane coating, which is just a higher quality material. A minor difference is that the packed dimensions of the Copper Spur are slightly smaller. Hope this helps!