Big Agnes Fishhook UL 2 Footprint

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Big Agnes Fishhook UL 2 Footprint is a great way to extend the life of your tent floor. Whether its from moving gear in and out of the tent or just constantly walking around inside with your boots on, the tent floor is going to take the most abuse. With the footprint, you can set down a nice sturdy barrier to help keep the tent floor from tearing on rocks and rough surfaces. You can also use the Big Agnes Fishhook UL 2 Footprint as part of a Fast Fly shelter with just the rain fly, footprint and poles for super-ultralight packing. Your Big Agnes tent deserves the extra safety of a Big Agnes footprint under it. Protect your tent and it will protect you!. Color: Moss. Footprint Weight: 6 oz. Packed Weight: 3 lb, 10 oz. Packed Size: 6" x 23". Floor Area: 37 sq ft

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

To extend the life of your tent floor, we recommend using a Big Agnes footprint or ground cloth. The Big Agnes footprint also enables you to pitch a lightweight, Fast Fly shelter while leaving the tent body behind. The Fast Fly configuration requires the footprint, tent fly, poles and stakes.


It is highly recommended to use a footprint or ground cloth to protect the floor of your tent. This footprint is specifically designed to protect the floor of your Fishhook UL2 Tent from wear and abrasion. Sized slightly smaller than the tent to prevent rainwater from pooling. Made from tough nylon taffeta, with a water-repellent polyurethane coating. 6 oz. Imported.

- L.L.Bean

Big Agnes Fishhook UL 2 Footprint

previously retailed for:
$38.97 - $60.00

The Big Agnes Fishhook UL 2 Footprint is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 28, 2016 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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