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Big Agnes Wyoming Trail 4 Tent: 4-Person 3-Season

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    More space for your stuff.

    Big Agnes' Wyoming Trail 4 Tent is essentially two tents with a gigantic vestibule for all your camping, climbing, or mountain biking gear. This vestibule can also turn into an awning (with two trekking poles) that you and your buddies can sit under during bad weather. The PU-coated fly should keep you dry while you sip coffee and watch the drenched woods. Big Agnes also coated the floor to keep your gear safe, and mesh panels on the durable walls add breathable ventilation when the sun pops out.

    The Wyoming Trail 4 also features four doors (two facing into the large vestibule, the others facing directly outside) and one normal-sized vestibule for valuables. The tent's DAC lightweight pole system includes four aluminum poles, two of which are connected. Plastic clips make for a simple setup, and there's a lightweight fast fly option with the footprint.

    • PU-coated fly and floor
    • Ripstop walls with mesh panels
    • One garage-like vestibule with awning compatibility
    • Two doors, one extra vestibule
    • DAC lightweight pole system
    • Fast fly option
    • Guylines, stakes, and gear loft loops included
    • Footprint and gear loft sold separately
    • Item #BAG004F

    Tech Specs

    [fly] polyester ripstop, PU coating, [floor] 100% polyester, PU coated, [walls] 100% polyester ripstop, 100% polyester mesh
    Wall Type
    DAC aluminum
    Pole Attachment
    press-fit bond
    Number of Doors
    Number of Vestibules
    Vestibule Space
    45.5 sq ft, 9 sq ft
    mesh ceiling
    Gear Loft
    yes, sold separately
    Interior Height
    55 in
    Floor Dimensions
    86 x 52 in
    Floor Space
    31 sq ft
    Packed Size
    8 x 27 in
    Fast-pitch Option
    yes, footprint not included
    Fast-pitch Weight
    8 lb 4 oz
    Trail Weight
    9 lb 5 oz
    Packed Weight
    10 lb 5 oz
    Recommended Use
    car camping
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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I was looking for a fairly large tent that was under 10 pounds to pack in my suitcase for a camping trip to Thailand. This tent fit the bill perfectly. I like all the options, you can set up just one tent for two and have a huge open space for gear, or forgo both 2 person tents and set it up like a big canopy,. Even with both tents in, there is a 5 by 7 vestibule in the middle, I have a 5 by 7 Mexican blanket that I use as a rug. The tent (as all Big Agnes Tents are) is very well designed and made with only top quality materials. I love it!

    Separate bedrooms!!

      Our family tent STB at the end of last season. My sister just sent us one of these (the 2013 one, green) set it up last night. Absolutely love this tent! First time set up took 15 min without help. Breakdown was about half that. Storage case is great. And now my kids won't be fighting about who is sleeping where. Apparently the side with the yellow tabs is my daughter's :) Will update thoughts once it has been used a bit but thus far, its great

      is there a difference except for color between the 2 big agnes Wyoming 4 tents? I see on the orange ones photos it shows many more views and options. the green one doesn't show that the rainfly rolls up against the tents, or that the entire rainfly can freestand without the tents... please can you tell me are they the same? or is there a difference? I saw a review that there wasnt' velcrow to hold back stuff... is that still an issue? Thanks.