- Headwear I appreciate the info, but I am still torn. (Stole that little trick from TarpTent, I did!).

It offers ample headroom, gear storage pockets, and exceptional vestibules. The BA is freestanding, double walled and a bit wider.

The Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL 2-Person Tent is one of the very best Camping Tents that one can get for around $360.
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Gear Pics. - Ultralight Tents My adventures range throughout the state UP included and occassionally down to the smokies or the gorge in KY. You will almost always have more issues with single walled shelters than double walled shelters, but the ventilation options are quite good with the Nemo. http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/orsm09_nemo_meta.html, http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/orsm09_fly_creek_ul2.html, http://www.trailspace.com/gear/big-agnes/fly-creek-ul1/, Very comfortable and lightweight hiking shoes, All the Quechua and Decathlon Hiking Gear we Love.

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- Hats, Gloves, & Gaiters - Accessories, - Black Diamond The Nemo Dragonfly 2-Person Tent (2019), however, while a very good choice in its own right, falls just a bit short of being remarkable. - Accessories, - Backpacks - Sleeping Bags - Climbing, Our long-time Sponsor - the leading source for ultralite/lightweight outdoor gear.

So I have narrowed down my choices for a new tent for this season. Thanks. - Protection & Hardware I am thinking either the BA FlyCreek UL1 or the Nemo Meta 1P.

- Carabiners & Quickdraws - Water Treatment I only get out to about 4-6 weekenders/overnighters a season and I try to do them in spring/fall when humidity isnt so much of an issue (for the whole double vs single wall convo). What you call a "tent" everybody else calls it an inner, the tent to us is the all thing including bit the keeps rain and wind at bay ... You can make the Fly Creek freestanding by fastening the loops over the ends of a trekking pole to hold the foot open. - Mens Apparel For a slightly lighter 1-person option than the Nemo Hornet, the Big Agnes Fly Creek UL 1 ($329) is a fantastic little ultralight tent. 0 They weren't flagged as such.

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- Baselayer Four-person: Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL4, Marmot Limelight 4P; Two-person: NEMO Dagger 2, REI Co-op Half Dome 2 Plus, MSR Hubba Tour 2, REI Co-op Arete ASL 2; One-person: REI Co-op Quarter Dome SL 1, Big Agnes Scout Platinum 1; That said, many tents come in different capacities, which we’ve listed in the specs within each review. - La Sportiva - Hydration This thread is archived. That's just my opinion though. - Snow Sports share. I will be of no help whatsoever in deciding between these two tents.

Nemo Dagger 3P vs Big Agnes Copper Spur UL3 We're in the market for a new light weight tent that my wife and our toddler who will be 2 in the spring can use for backpacking, car camping, and also that can be broken down so we both can share the load. I am 5'8" around 160lbs so I am not a big dude but I do like a little space to move. I also tried an REI and MSR. Nemo Hornet 2p or Big Agnes Tiger Wall UL2. They both weigh the same but the Nemo is about $80 cheaper. - Tents - Shelters But I use trek poles which go with the Nemo that uses one of them. - Avalanche Gear - Ultralight Tarps Spiders online. - Ultralight Synthetic Sleep Bags Guests and 93% Upvoted.

- Gloves I didn't like the floor material on the Nemo. 0 registered (), Sorry, didn't realize they were in the members only section.

- Top Brands But like I said I usually like to get all my trips in during spring and fall to avoid this stuff. It's an Editors' Choice Award winner because it deftly combines the creature comforts of a freestanding tent while finding clever ways to minimize its weight.

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I currently have the Nemo Hornet 2p but have been considering the Big Agnes instead. The Nemo is considerably larger than the BA with more headroom and length. - Climbing - Kitchen

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The BA is a more proven design but I am not sure how important the freestanding is to me. - Climbing Packs & Bags 59 Well I wish I could read those reviews but I am not going to pay for it.

Keeps any suggestions coming.