About Big Agnes Bitter Springs UL 1 Tent with Footprint - 1-Person, 3-Season
Closeouts. Big Agnes' Bitter Springs UL 1 tent is an ultralight solo shelter with an oversized vestibule and plentiful ventilation. A combination of a single pole and two trekking poles (not included) help you create a spacious fortress against rain and wind.
Specs about Big Agnes Bitter Springs UL 1 Tent with Footprint - 1-Person, 3-Season
- Seasons: 3-Season
- Capacity: 1-Person
- Packed weight: 2 lb. 6 oz.
- Pack size: 5x17"
- Peak height: 36"
- Floor dimensions: 34-28x85"
- Floor area: 18 sq.ft.
- Bathtub floor: Yes
- Tent floor material: Nylon ripstop with 1200mm polyurethane coating
- Number of doors: 1
- Number of vestibules: 1
- Vestibule area: 12 sq.ft.
- Number of poles: 1 (Requires 2 trekking poles, Bitter Springs UL1 requires one 36”/91cm for the vestibule pole and one pole that collapses to 26”/66cm for the rear pole)
- Tent pole material: DAC Press Fit
- Tent wall material: Polyester mesh
- Rain fly material: Nylon ripstop with 1200mm polyurethane coating
- Stakes: Aluminum
- Stuff sack: Yes
- Footprint weight: 3 oz.
- Footprint included: Yes
- Recommended use: Backpacking
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 4-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bonny from Oregon on Sunday, March 5, 2017I will be taking this tent to the Grand Canyon soon. I set it up in the house and the tent is great, very easy to set up. The rain fly I am not so sure about. It requires a lot of stakes and tying out and the front end support is with your trekking pole, which of course has to be tied out. I am not sure how well that will stand up. Looks a little prone to falling over. I may try staking the trekking pole through the hand loop. Will see how it works. But love the compact size and that it comes with the footprint.
Question & Answer
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Not really. You have to kind of tie it out or the one pole just falls over.
This does require the use of some guy lines.