Last Update: November 7, 2021
- FULLY REDESIGNED - The Copper Spur HV UL series just got better, complete with our award-winning mtnGLO Tent Light Technology that provides enough light to read a book or find your tooth brush in the bottom of the bag by your tent mate without a blinding headlamp. Redesigned with new features inside and out, using proprietary materials that are lighter, stronger, and equipped with hardware that makes set-up even easier.
- AWARD-WINNING COMFORT - New awning-style vestibules expand covered living space. The double zippers provide multiple access options; great for minimizing wind driven rain or snow getting into your living room. The UL2 & UL3 feature two doors and two vestibules. Features patent-pending mtnGLO Tent Light Technology using durable LED lights to illuminate the interior of your tent. Requires three AAA batteries (not included) to operate the mtnGLO light controller.
- STORAGE AND MORE - New 3-D bin ‘mezzanine’ in the foot provides massive, off the floor storage; Oversized ceiling pocket in the head provides great additional storage space; Media pockets provide clean earbud cord-routing from phones or other devices. Includes multiple interior loops for attaching gear lofts (fits with all Big Agnes gear lofts) and accessories. Also includes 8 DAC superlight aluminum J stakes and 4 awning guylines.
- A BETTER SHELTER - New proprietary tent corner construction with unique TipLok Tent Buckle streamlines tent set up by combining three functions: secure pole-tip capture, rainfly attachment and tensioner, and stake-out loop. This buckle has a keyed hole so the pole tip locks securely into place during setup, and hinged design stabilizes structure by equalizing forces between the tent body, rainfly, and ground stake.
- ULTRALIGHT STRENGTH - New proprietary ultralight nylon double rip-stop; mixed denier fabric offers extra tear strength and puncture resistance without adding weight. New pre-bent span pole coupled with the 4-way high-volume hub design increases strength, stability, and shedding of rain and snow while creating optimal livable space where you need it most.