These full-featured, ultralight backpacking shelters are truly easy to pack, setup, and inhabit. Dual doors and steep, vertical walls make long trips with a smelly partner - or three - bearable, and there’s enough internal space to ensure that windy, rainy afternoons spent playing dominoes will be comfortable. Media pockets located above the sleeping area enable clean earbud cord routing from phones or other devices.
Three season, free standing, ultralight backpacking tent. Drawing inspiration from our best-selling Fly Creek HV tents, the Copper Spur HV design allows for high volume pole architecture resulting in steeper walls. High volume angle hub (UL1), 4-way high volume hub design (UL2, UL3, UL4) increases stability and strength while creating optimal livable space where you need it most UL2, UL3 & UL4 feature two doors and two vestibules with storm flaps on the vestibule zippers.
Large dual zipper door with discrete seams allows for easy entry and smooth closure while creating a clean, modern design. Quick stash on tent body door makes stowing unzipped door quick and easy. Proprietary double rip-stop pattern nylon is 20% stronger providing maximum durability. Two-tone mesh provides privacy while allowing for star-gazing transparency.
-Massive ceiling pocket provides great storage space
-Media pockets located above sleeping area enable clear earbud cord routing from phones or other devices
-One fly vent
-Velcro tabs connect fly to pole structure providing perfect pitch; with pre-cut guylines and tensioners attached to fly
-Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guylines and tensioners attached to fly
-Reflective guy lines and webbing on tent corners
-Easy grip zipper pulls
-Fly and floor feature a unique proprietary random rip-stop pattern nylon which increases fabric tear strength by 25%
-Tent body is proprietary patterned double rip-stop nylon breathable and polyester mesh
-All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (no PVC or VOC's)
-DAC Featherlite NFL pole system
-Ultralight plastic clips attach tent body to pole frame for a quick and intuitive set up
-4-way high volume hub pole design increases strength by 25% and usable interior volume by 20% compared to previous versions of Copper Spur
-UL2: 2 interior mesh pockets, 1 oversized mesh pocket with two cord routing portals & 8 super-light J stakes
-Gear loft loops included
-Footprint sold separately
-Fast Fly setup available
-UL1 & 2 fit the triangle gear loft - sold separately
Note: We list several weights for our tents to aid your product research.
Trail weight refers to poles, fly, and tent body.
Packed weight includes poles, fly, tent body, stakes, guy lines, stuff sacks, instructions, and packaging.
Fast Fly weight refers to the poles, tent fly, and accessory Fast Fly footprint.
Big Agnes produce award-winning, high-quality camping equipment that is comfortable, durable and made for adventure. This forward-thinking company has released a number of collections over the years, with different types of activities catered for. Whether you're camping with the family, bike-packing across the country, or backpacking around the world, Big Agnes are sure to have something that's perfect for your needs.
Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL 2 personBy: Jon on 6 April 2019Excellent tent. Personally used it as a 1 person, it would be very snug with 2 adults. Super easy and fast to erect and disassemble. I had no problems at all but the floor feels like it could easily get damaged. Outstanding design.
Good lightweight tent but with some design flawsBy: Fiona on 2 April 2019Pretty good lightweight tent overall but with some design floors that annoy me to no end. It's light, super easy to put up and pack down, and has withstood some wet (and snowy!) weather for us keeping reasonably cosy inside. The inner is pretty much perfect, the pole design means the sides don't flop in. There is enough room to comfortably sleep two with a bit of gear inside. The vestibule doors are what would stop me buying this tent again or recommending it. The way they are cut, where the zip is and where the ties are makes it an awkward angle to tie the door up so they don't quite tie up out of the way. Having the zip down the middle (the bottom where the door is pegged out) means it's a tricky spot to easily unzip and get out from inside the tent. Then more mozzies get in, and in wet weather the wet doors drip into/on the inner when getting in/out. I don't understand why they didn't design the zip to go down the side. Other than that - the lightweight-ness of the tent means the fabric is thin so you pretty much have to buy the groundsheet as well (or make you're own). The colour coded tags and poles is a nice feature. I don't see the point of features like a hole for your earphone cord -?????!!.
big agnus copper spur reviewBy: Bradley Chinnery on 7 December 2018great little tent very light weight and durable fits nicely into the hiking pack and plenty of room to easily fit it back into the stuff sack. very comfortable tent love the dual zips on the vestibule awesome tent
Big Agnes Copper Spur review - all qualityBy: Simon van Wyk on 12 August 2018I've always maintained to can tell the quality of camping gear based on your ability to get the tent back in the bag after you used it for the first time. Well the Copper Spur is a breeze. It all fits into generously sized bags. The quality does not end there. This tent has been so well thought out right from the start. So you wanted a ultra light tent you could actually use - well this is it. It's so light but big enough for two without discomfort. It's very easy to put up. We've had to do this in a storm and you can put the fly sheet up first. Everything has been designed. There is a grey end and an orange end to everything including the poles. So you just match up the colours and it all works. The zips never get stuck. There are no irritating bits of fabric to get stuck. We have survived two major storms in this without getting wet. If fact the worst storm in 50 years one night and we were dry and happy. There are some nice little pockets inside for glasses and other similar items. You can also use the tent without the fly sheet in the hot weather and that works well too. We have done the Jatbulla, many nights on the Heyson trail, the Gibb river road and lots of other trips with this. It's not cheap but you get what you pay for here. I love it.
WaterproofBy: Ben on 29 June 2018I (stupidly) pitched this tent in the dark, in a slight depression then slept soundly and dry through a tremendous storm. I unzipped to find my bowl and mug floating around the vestibule in nearly 100mm of water. The Big Agnes Copper Spur was like an arc, anchored solidly, in the middle of this pond and i was dry as a bone (my pack was in a different state under the vestibule)! As far as the layout of this tent goes, the dual side openings and vestibules are brilliant. There is enough room to sit up comfortably inside and enough room to store packs under cover and dry (as long as you aren't pitched in a pond) under the vestibule. The DAC Aluminum poles are light, strong and connect solidly with the body of the tent. Setting up was a breeze as all connections have clips and are colour-coded. I was tossing up between the Copper Spur and the MSR Hubba/Hubba and I am happy I made this choice.