Specs + Sizing
|Trail Weight||4lb 1oz / 1.84kg|
|Packed Weight||4lb 2oz / 1.87kg|
|Packed Size||22" x 7" / 56 x 18cm|
|Floor Area||63ft² / 5.9m²|
|Head Height||60" / 152cm|
|Number of Seasons||4|
FeaturesInner 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 + MaterialsBody 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.