Vestibule's storm flap can be set up as a shade awning
Easy, color-coded setup
So much more than just a tent, the Big Agnes Flying Diamond tent has served well as an Everest base-camp dining room, a wind refuge at Wyoming's Vedauwoo and much more, thanks to its roomy square footage, 66” height and four-season protection. Living up to its namesake – the Flying Diamond Ranch in Colorado, now a nature preserve near Steamboat Springs – the Flying Diamond tent is your ticket to getting out into nature, whether you're a weekender or a backcountry die-hard. The ultralight, nylon-ripstop fly and floor have a 1,500m waterproof-rated polyurethane coating and taped seams for amazing four-season protection. The tent body is made of breathable polyester ripstop with nylon mesh for excellent ventilation. An additional stowable, zippered wall partitions the large internal room into two rooms, allowing privacy or storage that's separate from the sleeping area. Setup is easy with color-coded pole ends, webbing and buckles with lightweight, aluminum DAC poles with Pressfit™ connectors. Sleeves and plastic clips attach the tent body to the pole frames for an even more secure setup. Two doors and vestibule off main door; both doors have vertical zippers with storm flaps that can be staked out for shade using trekking poles (trekking poles not included). Reflective guy lines provide nighttime visibility. Ten mesh storage pockets and gear-loft loops. Imported. Includes: tent, rain fly, DAC poles, guy lines, 20 hooked stakes, pole bag, stake bag, briefcase-style carry bag.