Sierra Designs Lightning HT 2 Footprint

Specs

Weight 8 oz
Attachment Jakes Foot
Floor Material 70D Nylon, 1800 mm

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sierra Designs's Lightning HT 2 Footprint page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Compatible with its matching tent for two, the Sierra Designs Lightning HT 2 Footprint helps protect from moisture, gravel, and sharp objects. Under 10 oz, and a protection of your tenting investments, there's no reason not to get this footprint. Plus, for the weight weenie in all of you, this Fastpack Footprint can be used with just the rainfly and poles for an ultralight, 30% weight savings shelter.

- Altrec Outdoors

Sierra Designs' Fast Pack Footprints add function, durability, and versatility to any of our tents. Footprints protect your customers' investments from dirt, gravel and sharp objects. If mild weather or a particular trip demands a fast-and-light approach, then try "Fast Pack Mode" - using just the Fast Pack Footprint with the rainfly and poles to make an ultralight shelter. On average, it accounts for a weight savings of 30%, making it another tool in your fast packing arsenal. Fits perfectly underneath the model tent for extra protection and longer life-span.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The Sierra Designs Lightning HT 2 Footprint protects your tent investment from dirt, gravel and sharp objects. This Footprint is made specifically for the Lightning HT 2 Tent.

- CampSaver.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. Sierra Designs Lightning HT 2 Footprint SPECIFICATIONS of the Sierra Designs Lightning HT 2 Footprint Weight: 8 oz Attachment: Jakes Foot Material: Floor: 70D Nylon, 1800 mm

- Moosejaw

Sierra Designs Lightning HT 2 Footprint

MSRP:
$34.95

The Sierra Designs Lightning HT 2 Footprint is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 28, 2014 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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