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You can find the Big Agnes Flying Diamond 6 4-Season Tent at high-altitude base camps and family camping trips alike. That's because this sturdy tent combines the rugged durability that mountaineers need with the spacious camping comforts that big families crave. So whether you're using it as a meeting room on an alpine excursion, a family weekend in the woods, or a music festival with a big crew, you can count on the Flying Diamond 6 to handle it.
Its spacious design and ample headroom (five feet in the center) lets big groups stretch out and sleep comfortably. A stowable room divider lets you separate the common room from the sleeping quarters, or give mom and dad a bit of space from the kids. The doors offer two closure options—one mesh door and one polyester layer—so you can stay cool in summer or seal out the cold and snow when facing winter conditions in the mountains. Six vents in the fly help air things out, which is pretty crucial when you so many people are in close quarters. Ten interior mesh pockets keep everyone's smaller items separated so things don't get too chaotic.
- Sturdy and spacious for base camps and big crews
- Taped seams and PU-coated fabrics seal out water
- Vestibule can be staked out as shade using trekking poles
- Stowable fabric wall separates tent into two rooms
- Color-coded pole ends, buckles, and webbing
- 15 aluminum hook stakes for secure attachment
- DAC pole system with press fit connectors
- Includes briefcase-style carry bag with shoulder straps
- Item #BAG00BZ
- Q & A
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 colors shown in video, otherwise all features the same as this years model)
this tent has been around for a while. How can there not be one video showing the setup?