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Shield 3 Accessory Vestibule

Accessory Vestibule for the Shield 3

The Shield Accessory Vestibule adds protected gear storage and a covered entry - two conveniences you'll be thanking us for if you're ever stuck inside your tent during a massive storm.
$199.95
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Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight1lb 12oz / 794g
Packed Weight2lb 1oz / 936g
Packed Size5" x 18.5" / 13 x 47cm
Head Height44" / 112cm
Vestibule Area 16ft² / 1.48m²
Number of Seasons4
Number of Doors1

Features

Designed specifically to fit Big Agnes Shield tent

Vestibule design creates room for gear storage and dry entry into tent

Heavy duty reflective guylines

Storm flap on door zipper

Snow flaps on vestibule seal out spindrift

Construction + Materials

Fly is Dominico® undyed polyester rip-stop made with high tenacity yarns which increase tear strength by 20-25% over standard nylon or polyester rip-stop fabrics. Also provides high UV resistance and stability during temperature and moisture fluctuations, allowing for a solid and stable pitched tent.

The material uses a unique pigment dye coloring process that resists fading and increases UV resistance; extending the longevity of the fabric when used in high altitude conditions.

Fly with 1200mm waterproof polyurethane coating plus an additional polyurethane coating on the face of the fabric to increase tear strength and UV resistance.

All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC’s)

DAC Featherlite NSL pole with press fit connectors
Pole sleeve is simple to use and make the set up easy

4 lightweight 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.

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.