Big Agnes C Bar 3 Tent

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The Big Agnes C Bar 3 Tent is a lightweight tent ready for the backcountry. This Big Agnes tent features DAC angle hubs and an attached cross pole to increase the usable space inside the tent. The ready-to-pitch design, single-pole architecture, and pre-cut guylines and tensioners make set up easy. To store your gear, the C Bar 3 tent also features an oversized ceiling pocket and multiple interior loops for use with gear lofts. Stay dry and warm on your next adventure on or off the trail with the Big Agnes C Bar 3 Tent.

Features:
  • Simple head entry design 
  • Velcro tabs connect fly to the pole structure 
  • Single door and vestibule features storm flaps 
  • Reflective guy lines and webbing on tent corners 
  • Oversized ceiling pocket is an ideal gear stashing 
  • Ready to pitch with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners 
  • Quick Stash doorkeeper makes stowing easy and quick 
  • Light and strong enough for backcountry and front country 
  • Single pole architecture makes set up and take down simple 
  • DAC Angle Hubs and attached cross pole for a spacious interior 
Specs:
  • Capacity: 3 
  • Head Height: 44 in.
  • Floor Area: 39 sq. ft.
  • Packed Size: 6.5" x 21"
  • Trail Weight: 4 Ibs. 5 oz.
  • Pole Material: Aluminum
  • Material: Polyester Taffeta 
  • Packed Weight: 4 lbs. 13 oz.
  • Body Material: Breathable polyester mesh
  • Coating: 1500mm waterproof polyurethane
Includes:
  • Gear loft loops 
  • Hub pole design 
  • 3 Interior mesh pocket 
  • 8 lightweight aluminum hook stakes 

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Rated 5 out of 5
Two thunderstorms down, still cozy
We're only two uses in but it's performed wonderfully twice. First trial was car camping and it stayed totally dry while two friends had tents blow away or collapse. The second was a 20 mile bike-packing trip where it went from a 30% chance of thunderstorms in the morning to full storms from 0200-0900 and everything stayed dry (including shoes in the vestibule) and in shape.

It's weirdly a total spider magnet though. Both trips the space between the fly and the tent just are filled with daddy longlegs and small spiders.
September 8, 2019
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