The Fitzroy was previously known as the Bibler Fitzroy.
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On Sale. Free Shipping. Black Diamond Fitzroy 2 Person Tent FEATURES of the Black Diamond Fitzroy Tent 2-person, 4-pole, steep-sided design with optional vestibule Double doors with internal mesh panels Pole-supported door awnings over zippered vents 4 interior mesh pockets ToddTex single-wall fabric 100% seam taped Optional ground cloth available
The Black Diamond Fitzroy Tent has become a classic in the world of single-wall tents, sought after by mountaineers and high-alpine backpackers for both its strength and roominess. Combining four Easton 7075 aluminum poles, waterproof breathable Todd-Tex fabric, and a low profile, this tent is designed to withstand angry storms, high winds, and brutal conditions with ease.
The strongest 2-person Bibler tent, the Black Diamond Fitzroy features a steep-sided design to maximize headroom. 4-pole construction stands up to high winds and heavy snowfall.This product will be shipped directly from Black Diamond and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.
Stormproof and stable the Fitzroy is our strongest twoperson fourseason tent Using an internal fourpolesevenintersection architecture coupled with our threepoint equalizing guyline design the Fitzroy is easy to pitch has steep walls ample interior space and headroom and is able to withstand galeforce winds Above each door polesupported awnings cover weatherproof vents for controlled ventilation even in the heaviest rains With noseeum mesh panels the double doors give an openair feeling in nice weather For interior organization the Fitzroy has four net pocketsFeatures Double doors with internal mesh panels Polesupported door awnings over zippered vents 4 interior mesh pockets ToddTex singlewall fabric Optional ground cloth and vestibule available Available with Fire Retardant FR fabric to meet requirements in select US states and CanadaCheck with your Attorney Generals office for flame retardancy requirements on tents in your state or province