Accessories: Big Agnes Tiger Wall UL1 Footprint,
Current Retail: $349.95
Historic Range: $261.93-$349.95
Reviewers Paid: $200.00
1 lb 14 oz / 850 g
2 lbs 3 oz / 992 g
|Fast Fly Weight||
1 lb 7 oz / 652 g
17 x 5.5 in / 43 x 14 cm
19 sq ft / 1.8 sq m
39 in / 99 cm
8 sq ft / 0.7 sq m
4 oz / 113 g
|Number of Seasons||
|Number of Doors||
Enough room, smart design, lightens the load.
- 1lb 14 oz trailweight
- Spacious enough for 1P
- Large side vestibule
- Zipper is a stretch to close at end of night
- No adjustable guy lines on foot of tent
I had the Tiger Wall 2 and sold it to raise some money for a trip. I had seller's regret. The tent follows a pretty standard tripod pole design, but instead of a front vestibule, the vestibule is on the side. This increases accessibility and makes for a nicer vestibule.
The tent is really light. Even with the footprint (which I bought for non-ultralight essential travel) it comes to slightly over two pounds.
The tent is easy to set up. It is stable enough to withstand most all weather that falls into the bell curve. It's a tripod design, so technically the bottom corners need stakes for a tight splay but once you put your pad in the tent, it pushes out the bottom corners so staking out the corners is more for looks than utility. The nice thing about the tri pole design is that you can pitch on rock (which I do often enough) and it's still freestanding.
I've been in the rain with the UL1 and UL2 and have never had any water issues.
The tent vents well enough if you utilize the top zipper to create a vent or open the door partway. If the weather is wet enough to stop you from doing this, then ventilation is a moot point.
There's an overhead stow pocket and a side pocket.
Packs down to about 5" x 14".
I like that I can fit a full size pad (25") in the tent and not feel mushed.
I have brought the Tiger Wall 1 on a number of outings over the past two seasons. Conditions ranged from warm, to rainy, to snow.
Source: bought via a "pro deal"
Price Paid: $200