BIG AGNES Copper Spur UL2 TentThe Big Agnes Copper Spur UL2 tent is an ultralight, full-featured, three-season backpacking shelter that is truly easy to pack, set up, and live in.
- Rainfly and tent floor are made from silicone-treated nylon ripstop with 1200 mm waterproof polyurethane coating
- Tent body is made from lightweight polyester mesh and durable nylon ripstop
- Lightweight DAC aluminum poles with press fit connectors are made using DACís Green Anodizing process, which is safer for the environment than traditional anodizing and significantly reduces waste water by recycling water throughout the rinsing process
- Set-up is quick and easy: plastic clips attach the tent body to the pole frame and color-coded grommet webbing and buckles ensure everything is properly aligned
- All seams are taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (no PVC or VOCís)
- Includes 8 superlight aluminum J stakes (anodized using the same process as the poles)
- Reflective guyline provides nighttime visibility
- Two vestibules add an extra 18 sq. ft. of covered space to store your gear
- Tent interior has four mesh pockets and gear loft loops to fit the Big Agnes Wall Gear Loft (sold separately)
Country of Origin: Imported
BIG AGNES Copper Spur UL2 Tent
Length 7 ft. 6 in. Width 4 ft. 4 in. Primary Use Ultralight Floor Area 29 sq. ft. Doors 2 Vestibule Area 2 x 9 sq. ft. Peak Height 42 in. Min. Weight 2 lb. 1 oz. Max. Weight 3 lb. 2 oz Packed Size 5.5 x 17.5 in. Freestanding Yes # Main Poles 2 # Fly/Vestibule Poles 0 Floor Fabric Nylon ripstop Floor Coating 1200 mm polyurethane Rainfly Fabric Nylon ripstop Rainfly Coating 1200 mm polyurethane Canopy Fabric Nylon/polyester mesh Pole Frame Clips Pole Material DAC Featherlite NFL Seasons Spring-Fall Sleeps 2 Tent Weight 2.5-4 lb.
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- Easy To Set Up
- Fly Works Well
Comments about BIG AGNES Copper Spur UL2 Tent:
We bought a Copper Spur UL2 and a Fly Creek UL2 last November. Both are excellent tents--extremely easy to set up. They've been on 3 outings so far and have been great. The Copper Spur is larger (room to move around in) than the Fly Creek and can be entered from either side. The Fly Creek is entered from the big end. The Copper Spur is free standing (sans the fly) whereas you have to stake the rear corners of the Fly Creek at a minimum. My son (10 years old) can set either one up in less than 10 minutes. If you use the fly make sure you stake it out to prevent condensation.
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