Mountain Hardwear Snow and Sand Tent Anchor
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Mountain Hardwear Snow / Sand Anchor FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Snow / Sand Anchor Guy out tents with the snow /sand tent anchor Lightweight and compressable Polester pack closth, 900D 46in. - 30in., 9.5 oz per square yard Edges reinforced with webbing Strong webbing loops Four each per bag
Tent anchor that you fill with snow or sand and bury for a bombproof way to anchor your tent.
- Mountain Hardwear
You've got your campsite set, you're ready to kick back and relax, but the howling winds are keeping your tent from resting easy; thankfully, Mountain Hardwear's Snow/Sand Anchor is here to keep your tent as stable as can be. Made from a durable polyester, this is one tent accessory that you won't be replacing every season, and its small packability is sure to leave all weight freaks impressed. Whether you plan to stuff your Snow/Sand Anchor with sand, snow, or even dirt, you'll love how easy it makes your life. PRODUCT FEATURES: Guy out tents with the snow/sand tent anchor Lightweight and compressible Polyester pack cloth, 900D, 46" x 30," 9.5 oz/square yard Edges reinforced with webbing Strong webbing loops Four each per bag Old Style # OU5981
- Appalachian Outdoors
Not all locations are conducive to driving traditional stakes in the ground. When camping in snow or sand, choose these tent anchors to keep your tent in place. Offering a bombproof way to secure your tent that is lightweight and easy to use, this tent anchor is constructed out of a lightweight and easily compressible polyester pack cloth. Reinforced webbing edges along with strong webbing loops increase reliability. The snow and sand tent anchor measures 46 x 30.
When stakes won't work, the Mountain Hardwear Snow/ Sand Anchor secures your shelter so it can't blow away. This anchor four-pack works when you're camping on a beach, in a snowfield, or on a mountain where loose surfaces or impenetrable ground make it impossible to stake down your tent. Simply load up sand, loose rocks, or packed snow on the anchor's surface to keep your tent from lifting off the ground.