Reviews and Problems with Big Agnes Copper Spur UL3
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JT Adventures, REI
5 March 2016
Summary: My husband and I have owned this tent for 5 years and we still love it. I was doing a mental add-up and we have spent over 60 nights in this tent in those 5 years (both backpacking and car camping). It is awesome for 2 people, and not terrible for 3 when needed.
Summary: My wife and I did a 500 mile backpack trip and this 3-person tent was great for the 2 of us. It worked better for my 6'1" frame than others I compared, both length-wise and height-wise. The double vestibule / double door is terrific.
Summary: Got this with my MJ rewards, and I'm glad I did. Lightweight, fits in the stuff sack with the tent so no losing it, and no more worrying about the small tarp we were using not being big enough to go under the entire tent.
Summary: We've taken this tent out several times now and got caught in torrential downpours (in the Smokies) and a major thunder/lightening storm (Oconee State Park in SC) and this tent kept us completely dry! No bugs and not a drop of rain entered the tent.
An awesome ultralight 3-person tent with easy setup…
24 September 2015
Summary: An awesome ultralight 3-person tent with easy setup and great packability. This tent would be perfect for multi-person (2-3 person) backpacking trips, or even a *short* solo backpacking trip in a pinch.
Pros: Easy setup, Ultralight, Spacious, A true 3-person tent (!), Appears durable despite its thin materials
Cons: A tad pricey at full price, but can be found on sale
Summary: The last time we camped we brought everything our van could carry, including our massive Eureka tent that housed a family of five plus dog. That was many years ago. Fast forward to 2015... My wife's mid-life crisis was to bag Mt. Whitney this summer.
A great roomy tent for two people, and all your gear…
12 August 2015
Summary: A great roomy tent for two people, and all your gear can be put inside with you. Sharing the weight between two means the tent is light enough if used when comfort and lots of room is the primary requirement.
Pros: Very roomy if two are using it, but can easily fit three adults, Very well built for the weight, Breaths very well, no condensation issues, Easy to set up
Cons: A little heavy if you are into ultralight backpacking, Find the vestibules are a little small, Requires a footprint due to lightweight materials used, Would prefer D style inner doors verses the upside down U style. These tend to fall outwards to the vestibule, The zippers in the vestibules catch...