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Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL 2 Tent

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Description: Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL 2 Tent

One of our best-selling, full-featured, ultralight backpacking shelters, the Copper Spur HV UL series is designed with a high volume hub to maximize strength and increase living space without adding weight. Large dual zipper doors and steep wall architecture make backcountry trips with a smelly partner - or three - more comfortable than you may have thought possible. Our proprietary patterned double rip-stop nylon fabric is incredibly durable, to stand up to your biggest adventures.

Key Features of Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL 2 Tent:
  • Fly and floor are silicone treated proprietary patterned random rip-stop nylon with 1200mm waterproof polyurethane coating
  • Fly and floor feature a unique weave made with a high tenacity yarn and high filament count which increases fabric tear strength by 25%, decreases weight of the material and improves water resistance
  • Tent body is proprietary patterned random rip-stop nylon breathable and polyester mesh
  • All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC's)
  • DAC Featherlite NFL and NSL pole system
  • Ultralight plastic clips attach tent body to pole frame
  • 4-way high volume hub pole design
  • Based on the features of our best-selling, award-winning Copper Spur ultralight tents, the Copper Spur HV UL design allows for high volume pole architecture resulting in steeper walls without adding weight
  • 4-way high volume hub design increases strength by 25% and the useable interior volume by 20% when compared to previous versions of the Copper Spur
  • Features 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 random rip-stop pattern nylon is 25% 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 clean earbud cord routing from phones or other devices.
  • One fly vent
  • Velcro tabs connect fly to pole structure providing perfect pitch and extra stability
  • Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners attached to fly
  • Reflective guylines and webbing on tent corners
  • Easy grip zipper pulls
  • 2 interior mesh pockets, 1 oversized mesh pocket with two cord routing portals & 8 superlight aluminum J stakes
  • Gear loft loops included
  • Footprint - sold separately
  • Fast Fly setup available
  • Fits the Triangle Gear Loft -sold separately
  • Unless otherwise noted, all published weights in our catalog and website are “trail weights”; the weight of the tent components necessary for setup and function. Packed weight is the weight with everything included with purchase.
  • Fast Fly Weight is the weight of the tent in Fast Fly mode; fly, footprint, poles, stakes (footprint sold separately)
Dimensions
Model Copper SPUR HV UL2
Trail Weight 2lb 12oz / 1.25kg
Packed Weight 3lb 1oz / 1.40kg
Fast Fly Weight 2lb 2oz / 964g
Packed Size 4" x 19.5" / 10 x 50cm
Floor Area 29 sq ft / 2.7 m²
Head Height 40" / 102cm
Vestibule Area 9 / 9 sq ft / 0.8 / 0.8 m²
Footprint Weight 6oz / 170g
Number of Seasons 3
Number of Doors 2
Intended Use Backpacking

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November 14, 2019
Australia
Originally posted at
Great backpacking tent!!!
I used the new Copper Spur last weekend backpacking Big Bend and I can say that I absolutely love it. I have always enjoyed the Copper Spur since I bought my first one back in 2014 but the enhancements Big Agnes incorporated into the 2020 edition are awesome. It is the best combination of lightweight, interior size, packability, durability and functionality.

The Copper Spur is very easy to set up. In a matter of minutes I completely set it up by myself on the top of Chisos Mountain's South Rim in Big Bend NP. I love that the Copper Spur is fully free standing and the side entry makes for easy access for in and out. The materials are very light weight and string, with a good combination of rip-stop nylon and mesh. The 4 way pole set up is very stable. My night on top of the South Rim of Chisos Mountain in was extremely windy but the Copper Spur stood up perfect in the wind.

A couple new features that are great are the mezzanine storage at the foot side of the tent makes all the area inside the tent usable. Additional the awing style vestibule made more area and easier moving gear in and out of the tent.
February 18, 2020
Arkansas
Originally posted at
Design flaw leads to pooling on rain fly
Tent is super light, has plenty of pockets, a smart door design, and ample vestibule. It poured very hard the first time I used it, and I noticed a pretty big flaw - where the crossbar intersects the corner-to-corner bars, since the crossbar isn't directly under the 'hub', it creates a triangle area that isn't sloped, and collects water. Like... a lot of water. I had to push on it a lot from inside the tent to get the water to roll off, but due to the super-stretchy material and overall design, it would just pool again very quickly. It did not leak, but I was pushing on it a lot to keep water out. Looking at how the seams are made, it almost looks like this was on purpose, which I find hard to believe from a company that makes such high-quality products.
August 23, 2020
Pennsylvania
Originally posted at
Party in a tent form
It's light, simple to set up, and really fun to put the awning up, and have a "front porch" feel to your tent. The awning is also super easy to take down if the weather's getting wild. We love this tent, and most importantly, our dog loves it too. Plenty of room for the three of us!
November 3, 2019
ID
Originally posted at
Best in Class Tent
I love this tent. I owned the previous generation Copper Spur HV UL2 and loved it through many adventures. It always kept me dry and was super easy to setup every night. The one thing that always bugged me about the tent was the way the fly door folded up when not in use. When wet, it was especially problematic as the weight of the wet fly door wanted to come down.

Well, that problem is old news with this new design. I love the extra zipper on the new fly door and I'm thrilled they kept the weight down with the addition. That it can open into a sun shade is a bonus. The new color looks sharp. I've camped in this thing with the kids (in the backyard for now, of course).

I have found that this tent works for two people, but I would suggest sizing up to the HV UL 3 if you use a wide pad and want to fit two. This tent floor, like most ultralight tents, tapers at the foot and is really only useful with two 20" wide pads (though we've endured overlap before without major issues).

If I didn't have this tent, I'd have the Tiger Wall, but I opted for free-standing and a little more space/durability. This is a great tent for the comfort-driven minimalist. How will I use it? Mostly as a solo shelter.
April 23, 2020
Tacoma, WA
Originally posted at
Ideal backpacking tent, quick and easy to set up
I can usually set this tent up in about five minutes. It has kept me dry in severe thunderstorms, has been durable so far. I have not had any zipper problems so far with the tent. I do find that with the rainfly you have to zip a little more slowly to keep the zipper from getting caught on the rainfly material, but no major issues. On clear nights I leave off the rainfly so I can gaze at the night sky. Very roomy if you are solo, but there is room for two if you put your backpack/gear in the vestibule area. After twice emailing Big Agnes using their website question submission with a question about the footprint, and never receiving a response either time, I made a footprint out of Tyvek for a fraction of the cost Big Agnes would have charged for their footprint. I love the tent, recommend it strongly.
April 7, 2020
Texas
Originally posted at
beautiful & functional
PROS: I got this to replace the same tent, version 1980, from parents. Light. Sturdy. Rainfly fits well. I lost the small pole that is used to suspend the top over the other poles. I was crushed- my lovely expensive tent, useless. B.A. sent me a new suspension pole for $10. I sold my parent's tent to a young excited dad with two kids. Unclear if f this version will also last 40 years of if I'll have kids to give it to, but both seem plausible.

CONS: It's kinda unbelievable seeing how much we're paying for this tent that they don't inc. a ground tarp? I cannot afford to shell out another $100+ for that.
March 15, 2020
Berkeley, CA
Originally posted at
Would buy this product again!
This tent is very will built made from high grade materials. The handful of experiences I managed to get out and use the product before COVID-19 fallout have been a blast. 10/10 would recommend to a friend!
April 22, 2020
Undisclosed
Originally posted at
Solid tent for everything but mountaineering
I usually don't write reviews but this tent deserves one. The Copper Spur UL 2 could be the best do everything tent on the market. We just came out of 8 days in the Sawtooth, 65 miles, 16,000' of elevation. We were trying to balance weight/comfort/durability. This checks all three after camping on rock, snow, mud, and being stuck in it for a day waiting out a storm I wouldn't have taken another tent out there. It fit 2 people and a dog at our feet in bad weather.

Could have gone lighter but the cost goes up and I appreciated the structure through some pretty nasty weather. Could have gone bigger with a 3 person for more room and a permanent spot for the dog but we wouldn't have been able to camp as many places with a larger footprint and the weight goes up.

Only thing I'd change is adding a couple more tie down points for the fly to keep it taught when the tent is tucked into small sleeping spots.
July 7, 2020
Hailey ID
Originally posted at
Question on new rain fly compatibility with old tent
I bought a copper spur 2 last year and absolutely love it! But I was wondering if the new rain fly is compatible with last years tent. The awning style vestibule doors look sick!
April 7, 2020
Florida
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