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The Big Agnes Sunnyside Tent is your home away from home.

Roomy and lightweight, the Big Agnes Sunnyside 2-Person 3-Season Tent With Footprint is an ideal shelter for your Grand Canyon or Rocky Mountain camping trip. Set up is a snap with two cross poles and clips. This tent's fly and floor are seam sealed for protection during storms, and the fly creates two large vestibules, so you can keep your boots and pack dry. You could be seven feet tall and still have plenty of room to stretch out in the Sunnyside, which has 36 square feet of floor space. This entire backwoods condo weighs less than five and a half pounds, and two doors and a window provide plenty of ventilation and outdoor views. Two interior pockets let you stash your headlamp, sunglasses, beanie, and other items. This tent comes with a footprint in case you want to leave the tent body behind and pitch a super-lightweight shelter.

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4 5

Simple

I have used this tent on two occasions and both times the tent was without issue. It is a basic tent that is easy to erect. No frills, good ventilation and I like having two doors. It is bigger than an average 2 person tent.

I have the Big House 6 and the Seed House. All so far have been great tents.

5 5

A 2 person tent that holds true to its name!

You know the old rule about backpacking tents, where a 1 person tent fits one person and a 3 person tent fits 2 people. My wife and I fit comfortably! I'm 6'2" 200lbs and she is 5'10 around 140, so pretty average. It can be a bit on the heavy side (as far as backpacking tents go), but I'm willing to compromise for the comfort. After all, if she isn't comfortable, she won't be happy, then she won't want to go again.....That's no good.

As for everything else, it's a solid tent! All the reviews ring true, so I need not say anymore.

Does the listed tent weight include all...

Does the listed tent weight include all of the stakes, fly, footprint and other components?Thanks

4 5

solid tent

First time using this tent I wound up in a nice rain storm that rolled in and then turned into snow and wound up dumping 7" of snow on us. Tent stayed nice and dry throughout the rainstorm, and I had to go out into the snow storm to sweep snow off the top of the tent/fly every now and then. Never a sign of any water anywhere inside the tent or on the underside of the fly. Scored it for a killer price on SAC for tent, footprint, fly with guylines, stakes, poles, and a gearloft for the ceiling.

My pack is 4800ci. How much room will...

My pack is 4800ci. How much room will this tent take up?

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I think the other guys answer was a bit high. Volume = Pi*radius^2*height...so according to the manufacturers specs of 23 *6 in. so, 3.14(3)^2*23 = 650 cubic inches

4 5

look on the sunnyside

(whew that was a good one) I have had this tent for about six months I have taken it on three extended backpacking trips two down in Western NC on the MST and another one on the MD AT. I really enjoy this tent I love the two doors and have never had a problem with water leaking in. My two complaints are this. It is very hot during the summer. My last trip we were using 20 degree bags and it was about 40 outside. we slept the whole night with the fly open just to keep from burning up. The second problem is the weight. I am used to carrying around 40lbs so its not a big problem for me but lighter would defiantly be better. I do like the tent and im glad that i looked at SAC when i did.

4 5

Minor Complaints

I have had this tent for 3 years now. After about a year I had to reseal the tent due to minor leaks. Once I put some waterproofing on the fly I was golden but it did lead to additional buildup of moisture under the fly that would drip into the tent. I also had an issue with the poles. The tent blew over in a mild winds and bent both poles. I have not been able to find replacements and the fly and tent touch in a few areas that create a path for moisture. Other than those 2 issues the tent is great. The floor has not had any leaks even with waking up in heavy rains on what seems to feel like a water bed. The dual doors work out great for entry and exit. The tent is light, vents well, and easy to clean and maintain.

5 5

sweeet tent

set this up in 3 minutes,well 3:04. comes with the footprint. good ventilation with opposing doors and roof vents at front and back for total cross circulation. plenty of room. the vestibule space is big enough for a 4000cc pack. rain fly is easy to attach with clips to either the footprint or the tent, and has additional velcro clips inside to attach to the 2 tent poles. havent had it in a downpour yet, but seems very well constructed. definetly worth the price on SAC. also has a loft and 2 internal pockets for whatever you want. the only downside is their is no owners manual and is not sold on the BA website. they say you can contact the seller for that, but the setup is pretty straight forward, so I will do without it.

5 5

Love this!

This is a great tent! SO SO EASY TO SET UP and take down. people were in shock how fast I got it set up. It has double doors so you don't' have to crawl over each other and each door has it's own vestibule so you can store your stuff on your side. comes with a foot print which is awesome. I would recommend using the foot print. I have a women's long thermarest and it fits great in, with room to spare. I got this tent so if I went somewhere where it was super warm I wouldn't feel like I am in a zoo with a all mesh tent with out a rain fly on. Ventilates well. The rain fly has a plastic window on it, so when the sun comes up a little bit of light pokes through at the top. Overall great tent for the price. I would recommend this to people.

does this tent come with any stakes?

does this tent come with any stakes?

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Yes it does, but depending on your use of the rainfly and how you stake it to position the vestibules will determine how many stakes you'll need. You may need to buy a couple extra.I'd recommend changing the aluminum stakes for titanium stakes ones. They are much lighter & stronger.

5 5

Nice tent for the price

Tried it out yesterday . Took a minute to figure out where the poles went, but finally got it together. The rainfly clips to each corner, which seems like a pretty solid connection and shouldn't come unclipped. The tent has a door on the front and back side is a good idea too. I think overall, this tent will make a good 3-season tent