Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL1

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The Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL 1-Person Bikepacking Tent - The Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL 1-Person Bikepacking Tent is designed for on and off-road, two-wheeled travel. The pole segments have been shortened for optimal handlebar, pannier, and saddlebag storage while the burly compression stuff sack with a daisy chain makes storing this tent anywhere, easy.

- Outdoorplay

Featuring a steep wall design with built-in LED lighting, the roomy Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL 1 mtnGLO Tent makes 3-season backpacking more enjoyable for the solo explorer.

- Mountain Gear

Big Agnes Camp & Hike Copper Spur HV UL1 Tent - 1 Person 3 Season-Gray/Orange THVCS117. The Copper Spur UL 1 offers great liveable space with near vertical walls and 37 inches of head room all for under 3 lbs.

- CampSaver.com

The Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL1 Tent is an ultralight tent for backpacking the trails. Spend time outdoors, with a 2lb, 8oz home on your back. A mostly mesh Upper allows a breeze to flow through on hot nights, while the bugs stay out. I hope there is a breeze. A shelter for one, when the storms come through, put up the rainfly, creating a vestibule over the single side door. The High volume creates vertical side walls, adding space for you to sit up and stay comfortable. Features of the Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL1 Tent Drawing inspiration from our best-selling fly creek HV tents, the copper spur HV design allows for High volume pole achitecture resulting in steeper walls High volume angle hub (UL1), 4-way High volume hub design increases stability and strength while creating optimal livable space where you need it most UL1 Features one door and one vestibule with storm flaps on the vestibule zippers Large Dual zipper door with discrete seams allows for easy entry and smooth closure while creating a clean, modern design Quick stash on tent body door makes stowing unzipped door quick and easy Proprietary double rip-stop pattern nylon is 20% stronger providing maximum durability Two-tone mesh provides privacy while allowing for star gazing transpArency Massive ceiling pocket provides great storage space Media pockets located above sleeping Area enable clean ear bud cord routing from phones or other devices One fly vent Velcro tabs connect fly to pole structure providing perfect pitch and extra stability Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners attached to fly Reflective guy lines and webbing on tent corners Easy grip zipper pulls DAC featherlite NFL pole system Ultralight plastic clips attach tent body to pole frame 4 Way High volume hub pole design UL1: 3 interior mesh pockets, 1 media pocket and 8 superlight aluminum J stakes Gear loft loops included Footprint Sold Separately

- Moosejaw

Backpacking's all about solitude, so ditch the office, the crowds, and the hangers-on and head up into the mountains with just you, yourself, and the Big Agnes Copper Spur UL1 HV 1-Person 3-Season Tent. It's an ultralight backpacker's dream, weighing in just over two pounds fully packed, and nearly a pound lighter if you opt to bring just the poles, fly and footprint for a quick-set up option. Though, it's important to note that the footprint is sold separately. The Copper Spur is made primarily of a two-tone mesh and ripstop fabric to keep things light, private, and breathable. Additionally, ripstop nylon fly has a double waterproof coating and fully taped seams to keep rain and condensation at bay. It has a handy vestibule, too, which has plenty of room to shelter your boots and pack. To keep things lighter than a mint julep, Big Agnes designed the Spur with a DAC Featherlite hub pole system, which is easy to set up and reduces weight by eliminating the need for 3 or 4 poles. They did throw in a single crosspiece to give you plenty of headroom to keep claustrophobia out of the picture. In fact, the Spur has more headroom than most similarly sized tents thanks to a steep wall design that lets you sit up without having to jam your head into the roof of your tent, which might not sound that special, but it is a big deal when you're spending extended amounts of time on the trail. There's a media pocket with a cord port, reflective guylines, and webbing that make it easy to navigate your campsite by headlamp. And even if you do trip and munch on a mouthful of dirt, at least there won't be anyone around to see.

- Backcountry.com

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