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The SL stands for superlight.
The Seedhouse SL2 Tent is Big Agnes' superlight option for weight-conscious backpackers, peak-baggers, and bike tourers. It can weigh a little over two pounds with the fast fly option and can retain the versatile protection and simple comforts that campers require. With silicone treatments and PU coatings, the fly and floor ensure reliable protection when wet weather tries to dampen your trips. Alternatively, the mesh canopy provides proper airflow during summer's warmer weather.
Big Agnes equipped the Seedhouse SL with DAC's ever-popular Pressfit poles with Angle Hubs and plastic clips for a simple and quick setup. There are 11 stakes, webbing, and reflective guylines that prevent you from tripping throughout the night. Multiple mesh pockets organize tiny essentials, and there's one with a media port so you can listen to your nightly sleep sounds as you snooze, but we'd recommend relying on nature's symbiotic melodies instead.
- Silicone-treated, PU-coated fly and floor
- Mesh and ripstop canopy
- Single door, single vestibule
- DAC Pressfit poles with plastic clips and Angle Hubs
- Reflective guylines and webbing
- Eleven aluminum stakes included
- Internal media and mesh pockets
- Fast fly option (footprint sold separately)
- Compatible with Big Agnes Entertainment Center or PowerCase lofts (sold separately)
- Item #BAG008P
- Q & A
Of my BEST gear...
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This is a fabulous tent. Purchased it about 4 years ago and I still adore this thing. It's VERY light and packs up small. However, if you are purchasing this tent then keep in mind that newer versions poles pack a couple inches longer than the older version. Also, as splendid as Big Agnes tents are, they're quite cramped. This 2 person is very snug for one and two IS A CROWD, make no mistake! I recently spoiled myself and bought a BA Fly Creek 3 just for the extra space. As I had mentioned though, for serious backpacking, this is a go to that I highly recommend.
Good quality, green.. and really easy
Ok, so I use this tent in the wildest 3.700 m altitude forest in Colombia Andes, love the low weight and that it is made in color green... An important thing here because you don't want to be spot by bad guys... (this was my selling point) In long tropical nights of rain the tent tends to condense a bit in the sides. Allot of space... easy to stand, Bought it with the footprint, better doit, does weight nothing.... a really good tent, I will recommend it.