Big Agnes mtnGLO Camping Tent

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

The camping season is officially upon us, and while most of you are good to go on gear, there will inevitably be plenty of guys who still needs to scoop up a new camping tent. Every year tent makers roll out innovative new concepts to capture this market, and this year it’s Big Agnes with their Gilpin Falls Powerhouse mtnGLO.

The name says it all for this mobile shelter, as the tent’s frame is actually lined with removable LED lighting. The lights are controlled by a small switch box (powered by three AAA batteries), that stores away in a tiny overhead pocket. This switch box offers up nearly 96 hours of light, and will even double as a a USB charger for your mobile devices. The tent is currently available in 2, 3 and 4-person, and is great for doing everything from playing cards and changing clothes to working your way out to use the bathroom in the middle of the night. [Purchase]

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