Fed up with spilled drinks and grit in your food? You need the Woodchuck camp table from Big Agnes. This portable, folding table is lightweight and compact, tipping the scales at under a kilo, which makes it a viable option for backpackers as well as car campers. The sturdy, secure surface is the ideal place to rest drinks or cookware for food prep, serving meals and other camp kitchen tasks. Set-up is simple, and it packs small too, thanks to a folding top and shock-corded aluminium frame. With its striking print top in three different colourways, it’ll also bring a touch of style to any camp, however big or small
Fold-up hard top clips onto pole frame to create a stable, flat surface
Fully shock corded architecture for simple set up and pack-down
Stuff sack included
Lightweight nylon 100d Robic with a 300d polyester rip-stop for extra tear strength
Waterproof UTS coating gives fabric a soft feel and enhances tear strength
Lightweight aircraft aluminium pole system
Plastic clips attach table to pole frame
Note: not intended for use as a seat
Trail Weight: 992 g
Total Weight: 1.08 kg
Packed Size: 9 x 11 x 55 cm
Dimensions: 55 x 39 x 43 cm
Solid-colored material: High-tenacity Robic™ nylon with polyester ripstop and waterproof UTS coating
Print material: Polyester Oxford with a polyurethane coating, approximately 2-3 oz
Lightweight aircraft aluminum pole system
Big Agnes is a small, independent US outdoor brand out of Steamboat Springs, Colorado – a small ski-town that we’ve never visited but which we like to imagine is full of mountain-loving, trail-hiking outdoorsy types. That would make sense, since the company makes some of the best ultralight backpacking gear around, including the award-winning Copper Spur, Tiger Wall and Fly Creek tents. It is kit that has clearly been designed by a gang of folks who love sleeping in the dirt just as much as we do here at WildBounds.
Oh, and if you’re still wondering where the heck that name Big Agnes comes from, we did try to find out. Depending on who you talk to, it’s either an affectionate tribute to a legendary truck drivin’ mountain mama, or a 12,000 foot peak in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness. We kinda like the first one better.
This is a great little table. Packs down small and sets up quick and easy.