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Big Agnes Sage Canyon Shelter

Big Agnes Sage Canyon Shelter

Big Agnes Sage Canyon Shelter
Big Agnes Sage Canyon Shelter
Big Agnes Sage Canyon Shelter

Special price
259,00 + delivery costs
Incl. VAT 24 %


Available in stock
Store (Helsinki)on-shelf0 pcs
Store (Helsinki)in stock4 pcs immediately
Available in the webstore4 pcs immediately


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Product description

Born from the need for a shelter that stands up to the ample sunshine and sweeping winds of Big Agnes Colorado home, the Sage Canyon Series is built to last. Big enough to fit over a folding table, and small enough when packed to easily toss in the car, raft, or even backpack, these versatile shelters bring protection to any event.
The design of the Sage Canyon Shelter provides a compact, portable shelter for small groups. Steep wall architecture maximizes usable space, and a webbing connection frame offers stability you can rely on.
  • Compact, packable sunshade or seated shelter for protection from light weather
  • Two large, wide-open entry points for easy access
  • Two open sidewalls for maximum breeziness
  • Mesh-lined, 3D roof vents provide airflow and enhance stability in windy conditions
  • Pre-bent pole architecture for easy setup and optimum durability
  • Ground-level webbing frame creates additional structural stability by adding tension to all four corners
  • Reflective guylines and webbing on corners and suggested anchor points for a secure pitch
  • Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners attached to shelter
 7.5" Big Agnes Dirt Dagger UL stakes: 8 pcs


Trail weight: 2.92kg
Total weight: 3.32kg

Packed size: 15 x 66cm
Floor area: 5.9m²
Head height: 170cm

Polyester taffeta with a 1500MM polyurethane water-resistant coating
Domestic lightweight aluminum poles

The approximate size of the packed product or the sales package is 660 x 150 x 100 mm.

Number of people

Shelter type

3,32 kg
(with sales package 3,5 kg)

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