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Big Agnes Tents

Big Agnes tents are the real deal. Seriously, whatever kind of tent-related thing you're getting yourself into, Big Agnes is going to have a tent for your activity. That last sentence was weird. Sorry about it. Whether you need an ultralight backpacking tent or a family size tent for car camping, check out Big Agnes.

Big Agnes backpacking tents are available in a few different styles and in sizes to sleep up to 4. Check out the Big Agnes Fly Creek UL Tent, which is available in 1 person, 2 person, or 4 person styles. The 4 person Fly Creek has a trail weight of only 4 lb 1 oz, but still has room enough to sleep everyone on the trip. There's also the Big Agnes Jack Rabbit SL: basically the ultimate 3 season superlight backpacking tent. It's got the DAC Featherlite NSL pole system with press fit connectors and lightweight hubs, it's got lightweight nylon and polyester mesh wall construction, it's got a silicone treated nylon rip-stop floor. It's got it all, you guys.

If it's a base camp tent you need, check out the popular Big Agnes Big House. The Big House comes in 4 person and 6 person versions, provides a ton of headroom, and is packed with premium features. For four-season versatility in a base camp tent, check out the Big Agnes Flying Diamond. This bomber tent is available in a 4 person, 6 person, or 8 person version for plenty of room, plus roomy vestibules stow all the gear you need at base camp.

There are really so many more Big Agnes tents that I can't tell you about here. So check them out for yourself. Of course, there's a footprint available for most tents to help preserve the life of the tent floor. Big Agnes even makes a sweet cabin tent, the Red Dirt, which makes me think of Ernest Hemingway. I have no idea why, but I had to Google pictures of safari hats for a while.