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The great outdoors isn't always that great.
Being outside always sounds pleasant enough, until you're actually there constantly swatting at bird-sized horse flies, blood-sucking mosquitoes, and fighting for what little shade's left in camp as the sun climbs higher throughout the day. Well, the Big Agnes Sugarloaf Camp Shelter is here to make the outdoors great again by sealing out biting bugs and blocking the blinding mid-day sun.
Designed to be pitched over a picnic table or act as a central dining area for camp, the Sugarloaf has a roomy footprint and an interior height of seven feet, and it can be setup with just a rainfly/shade canopy, or as a nylon and mesh canopy to block out bugs when the little jerks are out in full force. When pitched with the mesh canopy, the Sugarloaf has two large doors for easy entry, and it comes with large mudflaps that tuck under the footprint (footprint sold separately) to completely seal any gaps mosquitoes might find their way through.
- Polyester fly with PU coating (1500mm)
- Fully sealed seams
- Nylon and mesh canopy
- Aluminum poles
- Mud flaps tuck under footprint (sold separate)
- Two large doors
- Fast fly setup option
- Compatible with MtnGLO light strands
- Item #BAG008B
- Q & A
Well thought out!
Used once and very impressed. Storage bag is brilliant . The small details on tent show this thing will last a long time.
Big Agnes Sugar Loaf Shelter
The Sugarloaf is the answer to the campsite conundrum of wanting to eat, drink, and be merry outside without swatting flies off your hot dog with every bite. Designed to be pitched over a picnic table or wherever you decide to set up your table, chairs, or kitchen prep. Two zippered entrances give you the option of keeping the doors wide open, while the mesh keeps that cool mountain breeze on your face. Enjoy a bug free, shaded shelter protected from the elements with room to hang out and store your gear.
What is the height of the entrance? How tall of a person can walk under the fly entrance without ducking?