- Aug 13, 2007
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does anyone have any experiences with big agnes tents. Looking at the royal flush 3. 4 season lightweight tent.
I have a seedhouse solo and it has proven to be a quality tent.
I am looking for a good 2 man sheep, caribou walk-out tent. I am real interested in the hillis, but I found the royal flush for under $500. The positive to the big agnes is it is free standing. I just have not heard much about them. Thanks for the info.
But I'm liking the looks off the Nallo GT3 more. Hilleberg is much more known and proven in the 4 season/mountaineering department. Plus its a 1.5#s lighter and $50 bucks cheaper, with a much larger vestibule. All things considered seems like a better deal. As much as you'd like me to support a colorado business I'm gonna have to give the edge to the hilleberg
Oh... and this is a Big Agnes thread.
HAHA...sorry. My bad. I'll give myself a negative rep point for that
Well, I don't need to buy a BA tent but I do have a BA insulated air core mummy pad and think I am going to buy this 2 lb down 20 degree bag since I already have the pad to slip in it. It should stay nice and dry in my new Hilleberg tent
one questin I have is; is it worth the few extra pounds for a free-standing tent?