Specs + Sizing
|Trail Weight||3lb 14oz / 1.76kg|
|Packed Weight||4lb 10oz / 2.10kg|
|Packed Size||7" x 17" / 18 x 43cm|
|Floor Area||28ft² / 2.6m²|
|Head Height||40" / 102cm|
|Footprint Weight||7oz / 198cm|
|Number of Seasons||4|
|Number of Doors||1|
Door features two windows: one weather-viewing window and one with two closure options: mesh only for ventilation or zip up the nylon layer for complete closure
Zippered fly vents allow for venting in inclement weather or zip up the nylon layer for complete protection
Heavy duty reflective guylines and reflective webbing
Storm flap on door zipper
Two fly vents for increased airflow and reduced condensation
Velcro tabs connect fly to pole structure providing perfect pitch and extra stability
Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guylines and tensioners attached to fly
Reflective guylines and webbing on tent corners
To extend the life of your tent floor we recommend using a Big Agnes footprint - sold separately
Multiple interior loops for use with gear lofts or for attaching other accessories
Construction + MaterialsUltralight nylon, three-layer waterproof, breathable fabric with a microporous membrane and tricot layer to enhance moisture management
Membrane with electrospun nanofibers provides a 9000mm waterproof rating at minimal weight
Fabric breathability (MVTR): 40000 g/m2/24 hours
Durable nylon floor fabric with a 10000mm polyurethane coating
All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC's)
DAC Featherlite NSL pole system with press fit connectors
Plastic clips and sleeves attach tent body to pole frame
4 interior mesh pockets & 8 lightweight DAC L stakes
DAC L stakes may be buried as Deadman anchors
Over-sized, reinforced stake out loops - to be used with skis, ice axe, ski poles, etc.
Gear loft loops included - Fits Wall gear loft (sold separately)
Here’s what other people think.
What’s in a Name?
Originally called Black Mountain by government soldiers in 1875, this Moffat County peak was renamed Shield Mountain by local residents in 1931 when a large landslide on the south side of the mountain settled into a shape resembling a shield. We like to think that Shield Mountain just sounded like a cooler name so kudos to the locals.