Sierra Designs Sirius 2 Footprint

Specs

Floor Material 70D Nylon, 3000mm

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sierra Designs's Sirius 2 Footprint page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Protect and extend the life of your Sierra Design tent with the Sierra Design Sirius 2 Footprint apart of the Fast Pack Footprints Series. The tent footprint protects against rocks, and moisture making your tent highly function and able to with stand the elements. For fast and light trips using the footprint, poles and flies as a sleeping setup saves an average of 30% in weight savings.

- Altrec Outdoors

Sierra Designs Sirius 2 Footprint (Fall 2010) The SPECS Materials: Floor: 75D Polyester, 3000mm

- Moosejaw

Shield your tent floor from rocks, pine needles, and other damaging camp site debris with the Sierra Designs Sirius 2 Footprint. This nylon ground cloth clips onto your tents poles and adds both durability and water resistance to your Sirius 2.

- Backcountry.com

Footprint for the Sierra Designs Sirius 2 Tent. Fitted nylon footprint protects the tent floor from rips and holes while keeping the floor clean and dry. Attaches to the tent poles via grommets. Made of 3 oz. nylon taffeta with an 1800mm coating. Weight: 8 oz.

- Campmor

Sierra Designs Sirius 2 Footprint

Discontinued

The Sirius 2 Footprint has been discontinued. It last appeared in Sierra Designs's 2010 product line.

MSRP:
$34.95

The Sierra Designs Sirius 2 Footprint is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 27, 2015 at Moosejaw.

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