Sierra Designs Tengu 2 Footprint

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This Footprint, for the Sierra Designs Tengu Tent, is made of 70D nylon, provides a protective tarp to utilize beneath your shelter.

- Appalachian Outdoors

On Sale. Sierra Designs Tengu Footprint (Fall 2008) The Fast Pack Footprints by Sierra Designs add function, durability, and versatility to any of our tents. Consumers can use them to greatly increase the life of their tent's floor. 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 in.Fast Pack Modein. - 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 customers' arsenal. Weight: 9.44 oz

- Moosejaw

Up to 30% Savings during the REI Fall Sale! Plus members save 20% on one full price item. Protect yourself from the elements and extend tent life with this durable footprint that fits under the Tengu 2 tent. Sizing specific to the tent prevents water from pooling between the tent and footprint in rainy weather. Reinforced elastic loops attach easily to tent corners. Comes with mesh stuff sack. Footprint will add approximately 10 to 14 oz. to your pack depending on tent model.


The Sierra Designs Tengu Footprint will protect the bottom of you tent from wear and tear. You can also set up your Asp tent with just the fly, footprint and poles for what is called the Fast Pack Setup.


Sierra Designs Tengu 2 Footprint


The Tengu 2 Footprint has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$10.00 - $34.95

The Sierra Designs Tengu 2 Footprint is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 18, 2014 at Appalachian Outdoors.

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