Bitter Springs UL 2
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Big Agnes - Bitter Springs UL 2

If you need maximum space with minimum weight, look no further than the Big Agnes Bitter Springs UL 2. This ultralight two-person tent requires two trekking poles for setup and has a large hooped center pole, reducing overall weight and increasing living space. A massive vestibule offers a dry entryway and a ton of space for storing gear and muddy boots.

Technical specifications & features

Weight Packed weight: 2 lbs 12 oz / Trail weight: 2 lbs 4 oz
Color Silver / Gold
Tent Sleeps 2 Person
Area 28 sq ft (2.6 sq m)
Tent Type Double Wall
Vestibule Size 16 sq ft
Number of Doors 1 Door
Length Body: 85 in / Vestibule: 58 in
Width Head: 52 in / Foot: 42 in
Height Peak: 40 in / Foot: 30 in
Tent Pole Type DAC
Number of Tent Poles 1 included; requires 2 trekking poles (not included)
Stuff Size 6 x 20 in
Material Fly and Floor: Silicone-treated nylon ripstop; 1200mm waterproof PU coating
Tent body: Polyester mesh
Other Features - One door and one oversized vestibule
- Storm flaps on vestibule zipper
- Two interior mesh pockets
- Reflective guylines and webbing on tent corners
- All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (no PVC or VOCs)
- DAC poles feature the Jake's Foot simple connection mechanism which evenly tensions the tent body and fly
- Gear Loft loops
- Footprint, Entertainment Center, and Wall Gear Loft sold separately
- Requires two trekking poles for setup (not included): one that collapses to 30" (76 cm) for the rear, one that collapses to 40" (107 cm) for the vestibule

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I see where one hiking pole is used (center back). Where is the other used?
Question by: Ruth on Jul 24, 2016 5:33:00 PM
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