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Don't let its name give you the wrong impression—a couple sharing the Big Agnes Madhouse 2-Person Tent can get along quite harmoniously. Dual doors on the generously-sized tent mean you don't have to crawl over your partner for a midnight run to the latrine, and the large, free-standing vestibules outside each door means that there's plenty of space for gear. Interior mesh pockets help keep the little things organized inside the tent, too.

  • Continuous pole sleeves make setup easy and distribute load tension over the entire tent
  • Lightweight Yunan 7001 poles offer a high strength-to-weight ratio
  • Ripstop fly's waterproof coating keeps out the rain and keeps its shape through heavy use
  • Zip-open ceiling panel, two fly vents, and large window in the door provide excellent ventilation
  • Clear windows in vestibules let you view outside conditions from the inside
  • Stake-out loops are large enough for skis and snow pickets

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I love this fabulous tent!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I have camped with this tent for several years and it has not let me down. It has withstood torrential downpours w/ 60 mph winds but not a bit of water got inside the tent.

Does anyone know where I can find a footprint...

Does anyone know where I can find a footprint for this tent? Big Agnes does not seem to have any and I can't find them anywhere.

I bought a 5' x 9' Tyvek piece on ebay that I will cut down to fit.


High Quality

    I love Big Agnes tents. Quality is never skipped. This one is no exception.

    What is the floor length?

    What is the floor length?


    South Rim in Big Bend

      Took this tent to the Big Bend National Park in Texas. Did a three day hike. On our second night we were on the South Rim trail in a primitive campsite. Weather was glorious until a thunderstorm came through just after sundown.I was worried.As I lay there listening and seeing the heavy thunder and lightning, hoping that I would stay dry, I heard my companion in his tent ( NOT a Big Agnes ) shout.."are you dry?"...I was..he wasn't!...As I opened the zipper I saw that the water was within a couple of inches of the rim of the tent base. He carefully climbed in. We slept as much as we could through the night. The storm continued for hours. As the first light broke..we looked around in the tent...totally dry!!..We were amazed. I would take this anywhere. The dual doors and multiple vents allow for amazing flexibility and are perfect for airing the tent whatever the conditions. This is the best tent I have ever owned.

      Great! I just got mine and I am a bit skeptical as to how it can resist so much water! it looks so thin! I guess it helps that it has a bathtub-type floor. Did you use yours with a footprint, Colin?