Mountain Hardwear Casa 4 Footprint PL

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Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Casa 4 Footprint PL (Fall 2009) The Mountain Hardwear Casa 4 Footprint.

- Moosejaw

Protect the floor of your Mountain Hardwear Casa 4 tent from wear and tear with the Casa 4 Footprint, a custom, water-resistant ground cloth that'll extend the life of your tent.

- Mountain Gear

The Mountain Hardwear Casa 4P Footprint is a groundcloth for your Casa 4P Tent. Using a footprint keeps the bottom of your tent clean and provides an extra barrier between the floor of your tent and the ground.

- OMCgear

If you own the Mountain Hardwear Casa 4 tent, the Casa 4 Footprint PL is a must have. Protecting the floor of your tent from rocks, sticks, or anything else that might cause damage will prolong the life of your tent and keep you warmer, as a footprint acts as insulation between you and the ground. Mountain Hardwear has designed the Casa 4 footprint specifically for the Casa 4, so you will have a perfect fit. Take just the footprint, poles and fly and you have a lighter weight shelter if you need to move fast & light.

- Altrec Outdoors

Protect the bottom of your Mountain Hardwear Casa 4 tent from wear and tear.

- CampSaver.com

Mountain Hardwear Casa 4 Footprint PL

Discontinued

The Casa 4 Footprint PL has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$29.97 - $50.00

The Mountain Hardwear Casa 4 Footprint PL is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 13, 2014 at Moosejaw.

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