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Shield 2 Accessory Vestibule

Accessory vestibule for Shield

The Shield 2 is a lightweight, four-season mountaineering tent with single-wall design meant to be taken to the highest points, lowest canyons, and every climate in between. The Accessory Vestibule (sold separately) adds protected gear storage and a covered entry.
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Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight1lb 5oz / 595g
Packed Weight1lb 8oz / 680g
Fast Fly Weight na
Packed Size4" x 16" / 10 x 41cm
Floor Areana / na
Head Height37" / 94cm
Vestibule Area 12 sqft / 1.1 sqm
Footprint Weightna / na
Number of Seasons4
Number of Doors1


Designed specifically to fit Big Agnes Shield 2 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

2 lightweight Mega X stakes - may be buried as deadman anchors

Over-sized, reinforced stake out loops - to be used with skis, ice axe, ski poles, etc.

*Trail Weight vs *Packed Weight: 

Unless otherwise noted, all published weights in our catalog and website are “trail weights”; the weight of the tent components necessary for setup and function. Packed weight is the weight with everything included with purchase.

Construction + Materials

Durable, lightweight nylon rip-stop fabric

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


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.