Big Agnes Yahmonite 3 Tent

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A model of backcountry versatility, the ultralight and simple to pitch Yahmonite 3 tent is light enough for backpacking yet big enough for car camping.

  • Features

    • Sturdy center pole and pyramid shape shed weather brilliantly
    • Yahmonite 3 can be set up with or without the rain fly, or use the rainfly by itself as an ultralight shelter without a floor
    • External peak loop allows shelter to be suspended without pole; internal peak loop inside fly for attaching mesh tent body
    • No-See-Um mesh tent body keeps the smallest bugs out and lets the air flow
    • Durable 3000mm waterproof polyurethane-coated nylon 8 in. bathtub style floor
    • Factory-taped seams for field ready performance out of the bag
    • Adjustable green anodized aluminum center pole; reinforced cone pole seat protects tent floor
    • Side-hanging door with 2-way zipper, snag-guard, hook-and-loop and snap closures
    • High internal gear loops for clothes lines and hanging items
    • Reflective guy points for stability and visibility; does not include guylines
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    Imported.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backpacking

    Seasons

    3-season

    Sleeping Capacity

    3-person

    Minimum Trail Weight

    4 lbs. 5 oz.

    Fly / Footprint Pitch Weight

    4 lbs. 3 oz.

    Packaged Weight

    4 lbs. 7 oz.

    Packed Size

    7 x 17 inches

    Floor Dimensions

    53 x 100 inches

    Floor Area

    50 square feet

    Peak Height

    60 inches

    Number of Doors

    1 door

    Number of Poles

    1

    Pole Material

    Aluminum

    Pole Diameter

    19.5/21.5 millimeters

    Canopy Fabric

    Polyester mesh

    Floor Fabric

    Polyurethane coated nylon

    Rainfly Fabric

    Ripstop nylon

    Footprint Included

    No

    Design Type

    Nonfreestanding

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