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Tiger Wall UL3 mtnGLO® Solution Dye

Three-season, free-standing, ultralight tents featuring mtnGLO® Tent Light Technology

The Tiger Wall UL mtnGLO® tents are your ultralight backcountry dream tent, now redesigned using solution-dyed fabric that is highly resistant to UV fade and drastically reduces energy consumption and water use during manufacturing, a process that is better for the environment and improves the quality of the tent fabric. Incredibly lightweight features include the comfort of two doors and two vestibules, a single-pole design that creates a spacious footprint, and the added bonus of ambient mtnGLO® tent lights.
$519.95
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Arriving December 2020

Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight2lb 12oz / 1.25kg
Packed Weight3lb / 1.36kg
Fast Fly Weight2lb 1oz / 936g
Packed Size6" x 19" / 15 x 48cm
Floor Area38ft² / 3.5m²
Head Height42" / 107cm
Vestibule Area 8ft²/ 8ft² / 0.7m² / 0.7m²
Footprint Weight7oz / 198g
Number of Seasons3
Number of Doors2

Features

Solution-dyed fabric is highly resistant to UV fade and drastically reduces energy consumption and water use during manufacturing, a process that is better for the environment and improves the quality of the tent fabric

Features two doors, two vestibules with storm flaps on all vestibule zippers

Simplified setup with proprietary tent corner construction and unique TipLok Tent Buckle™ that combines three functions: secure pole-tip capture, rainfly attachment and tensioner, and stake-out loop

Easy and efficient setup and take down with the strong DAC Featherlite single pole system structure

Elevated storage with a 3D bin ‘mezzanine’ in the foot and additional storage in the ceiling and door pockets at the head

Clean earbud-cord routing from phones or other devices through media pockets located above sleeping area

Keep interior dry with dual zipper, smooth-closing, dry entry/exit vestibule

More usable space between your feet and tent wall with structured foot-end corners

Increased airflow with low vent feature on the vestibule doors and double sliders on the vestibule zippers for venting from the top or bottom

Ready to pitch with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners attached to fly, and extra stability with velcro tabs that connect fly to pole structure

Easy to pitch any time of day with reflective guylines and color-coded webbing on tent corners

Includes NEW lighter, yet stronger Dirt Dagger UL Tent Stakes with patent pending I-Beam aluminum construction

To extend the life of your tent floor we recommend using a Big Agnes footprint, sold separately

mtnGLO® Tent Light Features: 

Durable mtnGLO® Tent Light Technology, LED lights provide task lighting to sort gear, play cards and hang out with friends without a blinding headlamp or lantern

Lighting stays put above your head where you need it most with easy light routing on tent ceiling construction

Control light settings using the simple push-button controller with three options: on, off and 50% brightness

Requires three AAA batteries (not included) to operate the mtnGLO® light controller

Construction + Materials

Fly and floor: solution-dyed water-repellent silicone treated nylon ripstop with a 1200mm water-resistant, polyurethane coating

Tent body: solution-dyed nylon ripstop breathable and polyester mesh

Waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane taped seams (No PVC or VOCs)

DAC Featherlite NFL pole system and hub pole design

Gear lofts, sold separately: UL3 fits Triangle, Trapezoid, Large Trapezoid, Wall and Large Wall

Fast fly setup available

9 x 6" Dirt Dagger UL Stakes included: 

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What’s in a Name?

This geological masterpiece runs through Dinosaur National Monument, only a three-hour drive west of Steamboat Springs. The Tiger Wall features surreal streaks of black desert varnish known as Navajo Tapestry. It’s tradition for boaters to kiss the wall for luck before navigating Warm Springs, just downstream and around the bend from the wall.