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Guard Station 4 Accessory Body

Accessory Body for Guard Station 4

The Guard Station 4 Accessory Body provides an interior upgrade to your Guard Station for adventure-driven mountaineers looking for a cozy and enclosed living space on high-alpine expeditions. No additional poles needed, this accessory tent body with floor easily clips inside the Guard Station to create a double-wall shelter, equipped with ample pockets and integrated gear storage solutions. Transform your Guard Station 4 into a bonafide mission control center and protect yourself from the elements, Big Agnes style.  
$299.95
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Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight4lb 1oz / 1.84kg
Packed Weight4lb 2oz / 1.87kg
Packed Size22" x 7" / 56 x 18cm
Floor Area63ft² / 5.9m²
Head Height60" / 152cm
Number of Seasons4

Features

Inner tent body with floor easily clips into Guard Station 4 to create a double-wall shelter

External pole structure allows poles and fly to be set up before clipping in the inner tent body to minimize bad weather impact

Dual-zipper doors are smooth-closing and allow for easy entry and exit. Use only one zipper for quick, reach-through access

Quick Stash door keeper on tent body makes stowing unzipped door quick and easy

Ample pockets and integrated gear storage solutions

Multiple interior loops for attaching gear lofts, accessories and mtnGLO® Tent & Camp Lights

Color-coded webbing and buckles make set up easy

Construction + Materials

Body is lightweight nylon rip-stop breathable and polyester mesh

Floor is polyester oxford with 5000mm waterproof polyurethane coating

12 interior mesh pockets, 2 media pockets

Stuff Sack -included 

Guard Station Shelter - sold separately

4P fits Triangle gear loft - sold separately

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What’s in a Name?

In the 1920s and 1930s, Forest Service employees often traveled many miles from local ranger stations to forest work sites. To facilitate work at remote sites, the Forest Service built guard stations at strategic locations throughout the forest to house fire patrols and project crews. The Seedhouse Guard Station in North Routt County serves as a great Company Campout location for Big Agnes.