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The Big Agnes Fly Creek HV 1 Person Carbon Tent is an ultralight 3-season tent that's optimized for solo thru-hiking and bikepacking. This high-performance shelter employs premium Easton® Carbon fiber poles and lightweight Dyneema® Composite Fabric to keep weight and packed size to an absolute minimum. The single hubbed pole architecture makes for quick and easy setup and takedown, and the included aluminum J stakes and pre-cut guylines with tensioners will have you ready to hit the trail right out of the gate.
FEATURES of the Big Agnes Fly Creek HV 1 Person Carbon Tent
Lightest, free-standing, big agnes double wall tent
DAC angle sf hub allows for high volume pole architecture resulting in steeper walls
High volume architecture increases the usable interior space and adds more usable volume to the vestibule
Single door and vestibule featuring storm flaps on vestibule zipper
Side access vestibule provides dry front entry
Vestibule's side zipper entry increases covered storage space
All mesh body is great for star gazing and ventilation
Colored mesh accentuates the platinum's modern design
Shape-holding corner construction gives the floor plan a boxier, roomier living space than before
Velcro tabs connect fly to pole structure providing perfect pitch and extra stability
Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners attached to fly
Reflective guylines and webbing on tent corners
Easy grip zipper pulls
All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (no pvc or voc's)
Fly and floor are silicone treated nylon rip-stop
Tent body is polyester mesh
Tent Rainfly Fabric:
Tent Canopy Fabric:
Reflective, Vestibule, Waterproof, Venting, Zipper or Storm Flap, Ultralight
5 x 18 in.
Minimum Trail Weight:
19 Square Feet
86 x 38 in.
5 square feet
Number of Poles:
Tent Pole Diameter:
Tent Pole Material:
Number of Doors:
Rated 4 out of
agile rhino from
weight weenyPurchased this for bikepacking - the weight and size are very good for this purpose. After pitching a few times, the tent is surprisingly roomy and water proof for how small and light it packs. Extra care must be taken when pitching and packing this tent, as the carbon fiber poles and dyneema fabric can fail given the right conditions.
This is much better than the non-free standing single wall tent that it replaced (zpacks plexamid), and I hope that it lasts a long time with proper use and care.
Date published: 2021-08-24
Rated 5 out of
Great tent!This is a great tent for its specific purpose. The 2 parts of the tent I like is it has a full vestibule. Important for comfort so every item does not have to go in the tent and it serves as a staging area for shoes and stuff like that. Also, it is a dual layer tent so condensation is less of a concern. When staked out properly it is very stable. I got the two person model for my solo trips. Only 2 oz. more and lots more room. Best lightweight tent I have ever used. If cost is not a concern get this tent.
Date published: 2020-08-09
Rated 4 out of
extremely light weightI also own the Fly Creek 1 Platinum and yes this tent is significantly lighter. Credit to Big Agnes as their advertised packaged weight is accurate. (tent+fly+stake) and add 3 oz for footprint. The one functional drawback/difference from the platinum version is the "All-breathable body saves weight and provides extra privacy and protection from desert sand" is not nearly as breathable as the mosquito netting used in the other Big Agnes models. In a side by side test with the platinum on the JMT the Carbon version had significantly more condensation inside the tent after a full night. Very wet compared to dry. I will still use this tent and save considerable weight (8oz) but I understand I am going to get wet inside if the conditions are like a Sierra Nevada August night. side note: you can save 2 oz by using the MSR carbon stakes Keep in mind this not a free standing tent. What I really want to use is a carbon version or platinum version of the copper spur HV 1 freestanding tent. more space, free standing and just a little more weight.
Date published: 2019-09-10
Rated 1 out of
Tent Failed at Mile 331 of Colorado TrailPurchased the Fly Creek HV1 Carbon for the Colorado Trail Hike attempt in 2019 as an upgrade to the Fly Creek HV1 Platinum (previous model which I had used on the John Muir Trail in 2017). The carbon fiber tent poles seemed fragile early on in the hike each day I set them up and on day 17 of the hike (mile 331 at Stewart Creek Trail Head in Eddiesville) after setting up the tent and attending to some chores, I came back to find the tent pole had snapped near the apex (union point of the tent poles) and pierced the rain fly. Attempted to utilize the splice-piece and the pole snapped again (see images). Luckily I had some medical tape that I was able to use to field repair the poles together for the night (which fortunately did not rain that night) and two kind gentlemen were there at the trail head when this happened and rescued me by giving me a ride to Gunnison in their truck. Note that I had already had the tent replaced once because when I received it in the mail, one of the tent segments was damaged (the inner union piece was not secured to the outer carbon fiber pole). The geometry of the tent/footprint/fly is also miscalculated. The rear side of the tent and footprint do not align, the stake you use for the rear-middle stakeout point for the footprint is short and does not match with rear-middle stakeout point of the tent. The rear-corners of the tent and fly are also misaligned. When you stakeout the rear-corners of the footprint and tent, you can't use the same stakes for the fly without the fly making contact with the tent and therefore negating the double-wall feature and allowing condensation inside. I had to use another set of stakes for the rear-corners of the fly to mitigate this issue (see photo). Unfortunately with only 11 stakes in the tent kit, this meant that I wasn't able to stake out the two guy lines at the front side of the tent. The customer service experience with Big Agnes has been very disappointing.
Date published: 2019-08-30
Rated 4 out of
Awesome Tent But...Here is my brutally honest opinion. This is an amazing tent that has all the features that a picky ultralight hiker would want in a tent. I have used it on three 15+ day (non resupply) hikes. I bought it because of the weight and ease of setup. I would recommend only for a very experienced hiker that is really looking to cut weight (and doesn't mind shelling out $$$).
Here is my gripe. The durability of this tent is SACRIFICED to save weight. The material (albeit very waterproof) is so prone to ripping that you find yourself worrying about every pitch/takedown and any turbulence you encounter along the trail.