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From car camping in August to setting up a mountain base camp in March, the Big Agnes four-person, four-season Flying Diamond 4 Tent has the versatility and space to accommodate both family campers and summit seekers alike. That's because the floor and fly's PU coating and fully taped seams provide safe shelter in snow and rain, and the mesh doors and ceiling allow plenty of ventilation during warm summer nights.

  • Polyurethane-coated fly and floor keep you and your gear dry when the rains come
  • Tent's floor and fly seams are taped to help eliminate rain penetration during spring and summer storms
  • High ceiling (56in) and double door design provide lots of room for you and your three companions
  • One large front vestibule and one smaller rear vestibule store packs, boots, and pets while you bed down inside
  • Vestibules can be closed down completely, rolled up, or pitched out to use as a shaded porch
  • DAC aluminum poles, press-fit connectors, and clips make tent easy to assemble day or night, rain or shine
  • All Big Agnes tents feature poles made with DAC's Green Anodizing process, which eliminates the chemical polishing stage, reduces the need for hazardous chemicals, and recycles water throughout the rinsing process
  • Breathable mesh and ripstop polyester walls fight condensation
  • Mesh storage pockets hold your headlamp and a map after you and your companion finish planning the next day's trail assault
  • Reflective guy line makes it easier to find your tent after late-night bathroom trips
  • Mesh storage pockets hold your headlamp and a map after you finish planning the next day's hike to the summit
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A Big'un

    First off, I'll preface this by saying that I have not used the tent in winter conditions yet. That is no snow or high winds. However, on recent trip to AK it rained for 10 out of the 14 days we were there, result, no water even though I did not seam seal it myself before using it. The best thing about this tent is you can at least kneel in it, even if you're a giant, and damn near stand in it if you're a midget, which is pretty awesome in a backpacking tent. If I was going to use something for climbing Denali or a long winter trek, scratch this tent. However, for a large 3 person tent+hunting gear this thing is awesome. The only real drawback I saw is that both vestibules are small.

    Big Agnes in Colorado: Late May

      Great Tent, highly recommend for 4-season Tent. Spent a week in Colorado with Four guys in the tent, pitched it in a Basin for a week. Withstood 75+ mph winds with all anchors buttoned down. Didn't test it in the rain yet, but was warm at below 30 Temps and + 75 mph winds. Only draw back is that it doesn't come with a conventional stuff sack, which is not a problem because you split the tent up between people any ways.

      This tent's ability to stand up to the wind and rain sounds great. We are headed to AK next year for 3 months as we are kayaking (in tandem) the inside passage from Skagway to Ketchikan. We know we need a tent that withstand the wind and rain...sound like this one is it. Our only concern will be the possibility of find big enough camping spots...oh well, will deal with that.

      Will this tent be usable in the desert?...

      Will this tent be usable in the desert? meaning: can I shut the vent parts closed, so that it is perfectly closed?

      Anyone used this as a snow camping tent?...

      Anyone used this as a snow camping tent? Im intending on using it in the Aussie alps, split between 3-4 people when we go hiking into the back country. Cheers

      Best Answer

      You could definitely use this tent in the snow as its constructed to be able to withstand that type of terrain/ weather. Generally if your not worried about weight going one person up from what will actually sleep in there is a good idea, with winter camping there is a lot of gear and a lot of down so a little extra room is nice.

      Can you pitch this as an "ultralight"?...

      Can you pitch this as an "ultralight"? Meaning poles, footprint and fly only. Not your most conventional use for a 4 season, I know, but versatility is the name of the game here.

      Write your question here... is the rainfly...

      Write your question here... is the rainfly adequate? are the seams folded and double stitched? is it made with noseeum meshing

      What is the wind rateing for this tent ?

      What is the wind rateing for this tent ?

      Why has no one reviewed this tent yet? ...

      Why has no one reviewed this tent yet? It sold out once already. Surely someone has a comment to share. Is it bomber? It's got a great space:weight ratio. Seems almost too good to be true. Is it?

      Best Answer

      Definitely not too good to true. The Flying Diamond series is a premiere collection of tents that are tough to beat.

      I have the Flying Diamond 8 and it's a fantastic tent. Never used the 4, but if it's anything like the 8, it's a built-to-last, rock-solid performer in all conditions.