Reviews and Problems with Big Agnes Copper Spur UL1
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This is a great tent from Big Agnes. It's light, but…
19 March 2012
Summary: Summary This is a great tent from Big Agnes. It's light, but well-built and quite roomy for a one person tent. The color coded rain fly clips are also genius. Pros light weight roomy I have used this tent on several trips into the Ozark mountains and I have really grown to like this little tent, as a matter of fact it's my current favorite solo tent. It's so easy to set up and the pole system makes it feel roomier than it really is.
A bomber 3 season UL Solo that is very weather resistant,…
1 September 2011
Summary: Summary A bomber 3 season UL Solo that is very weather resistant, comfortable, roomy and user friendly. Pros Light weight. Weather resistant. Very roomy for a solo. Adequate vestibule space. Can be set in fast fly configuration(with BA footprint.) Ventilation is very good. Quality materials. Made well. Big Agnes stands behind their product. Cons None to date.
This is a review of the Big Agnes Copper Spur UL 1. …
15 August 2011
Summary: This is a review of the Big Agnes Copper Spur UL 1. Just in case BA comes out with different versions in subsequent years, I'll mention that I purchased this tent new in the summer of 2010. I'll also preface this review by pointing out that although I've owned the tent for a year, I've only used it on a few trips so far, for a total of 5 nights.
I have done two extensive trips and several 3 days…
5 January 2011
Summary: I have done two extensive trips and several 3 days with this tent. High altitude high wind, rain, heat, and in one instance very high wind 70 mph gusts 50 sustained and the tent worked very well when stayed down at all corners from the rain fly. Very satisfied with this tent so far after 18 months of use and about 400 miles of trail.
I used the Big Agnes Copper Spur UL1 on a 5 day, 40+…
1 January 2011
Summary: I used the Big Agnes Copper Spur UL1 on a 5 day, 40+ mile, backpack trip from Mt. Hood to the Columbia River. It rained continuously the first 2 1/2 days. This little tent kept me completely dry with very little condensation EVEN with elevated humidity levels the entire time. It had plenty of room for changing and moving around. The vestibule easily fit my pack and boots under it.
Recently purchased this tent, with the footprint,…
7 July 2010
Summary: Recently purchased this tent, with the footprint, and have used it for two fair-weather nights so far in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Overall I am pleased. Its weight is minimal, it packs small, and setup is around 5 minutes. It is roomy enough to stuff all of my gear inside if necessary, and still not interfere with sleep (5’8”, side sleeper, often curled up).