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Strong, stable shelter with room to spare.
Much more than your average tent, the Big Agnes Flying Diamond 4 Tent is sturdy enough to withstand winter conditions and spacious enough to keep you comfortable during extended stays in the outdoors. Use it as a base camp shelter at the bottom of a big mountain or as a roomy refuge on summer family camping trips—you really can't go wrong.
When you're facing winter conditions, zip up the polyester portion of the dual-layer door and batten down the fly to keep winter conditions at bay—don't worry, the four fly vents keep things from getting too stale in there. After warmer weather arrives, just use the mesh door and roll up the sides of the fly for better ventilation. You can even stake out the vestibule to create a shady respite when the sun's beating down. No matter what type of weather you're facing, the tent's tall, roomy interior offers plenty of space to sprawl out and stretch so you and your crew can live comfortably.
- Versatile and spacious shelter for year-round use
- Spacious, sturdy design equips it for base camp use
- Taped seams and PU-coated fabrics seal out water
- Vestibule can be staked out as shade using trekking poles
- Ten mesh internal pockets organize smaller items
- Color-coded pole ends, buckles, and webbing
- 15 aluminum hook stakes for secure attachment
- Reflective guylines and webbing increase visibility
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- Q & A
Great on the river tent
I bought the four person tent for overnight trips on the river. I especially like the storage areas in front and rear of the tent, very roomy inside. This tent is very well made and easy to pitch. It is very weather proof. I will use this tent all year long so this is the perfect tent for me.
Backcountry has the best customer service ever. They assigned Maia to my order she was great, Even following up after I received the tent
Great Base Camp Tent
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I used this on a several day touring trek in the Unitas. I had the 6 person tent and had 5 people in there comfortably. I would say if we had a 6th, it would've been doable but definitely not ideal. WE did end up bringing another tent just for our gear though. I would recommend this if you have a sled to bring in on the expedition (like we did), are car camping, or if you aren't going very far. The tent weighs quite a bit but aside from that, it is a great tent.
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Big Agnes Flying Diamond Tent Series
With more square footage than one Big Agnes staffer’s Steamboat apartment, the Flying Diamond series of shelters are much more than standard tents. They are Everest base camp dining rooms, buttoned up Black Rock City roosts and Vedauwoo wind refuges. The Flying Diamond series is our biggest base camping design. Try one as an all-season two room condo with plenty of space to stretch out and relax or as a place to serve pancakes to the entire family. (note: last years color shown in video, otherwise all features the same as current year model)