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TELOS TR2 PLUS Tent: 2-Person 3-Season

4 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews
Current price: $485.00 Original price: $598.95
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Why We Like The Telos TR2 Plus Tent

Winter might be knocking on our door, but we're cozy on the trail snuggled inside the Telos TR2 Plus. The fabric canopy blocks crisp winds, while the waterproof rainfly forestalls the season's first flurry from soaking through. Before dozing off, we zip the apex shut to prevent warm air from escaping and crack the baseline vents to stop condensation from forming.


  • Lightweight tent to extend your shoulder season adventures
  • Tension ridge creates near vertical walls for more livable space
  • Dual vestibule allows a storage area for both you and your comrade
  • Deep waterproof tub floor increases weather protection
  • Ultralight and ultra-strong 2-hub DAC pole set for security not heft
  • Quick-connect pole feet make setup quick and easy
  • Lightbar system uses your headlamp to provide soft interior lighting
  • Rainfly can be pitched on its own for a dry tent setup and breakdown
  • Item #STSZ03O
[canopy] 20D ripstop nylon, [floor] 30D ripstop nylon (8000mm), [rainfly] 15D ripstop nylon, silicone-polyether polyurethane coated
Wall Type
DAC NSL 2-hub pole set
Pole Attachment
quick-connect pole feet
Number of Doors
Number of Vestibules
Vestibule Space
apex, baseline
[rainfly] fully sealed
Gear Loft
Interior Height
Floor Dimensions
84.5 x 43 - 53in
Floor Space
Packed Size
5.1 x 18.9in
Footprint Included
sold separately
Fast-pitch Option
with footprint
Fast-pitch Weight
2lb 10.3oz
Trail Weight
3lb 9.7oz
Packed Weight
3lb 12.2oz
weekend camping, backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

4 based on 5 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

April 7, 2024

Telos Plus Tent Review: Lightweight with a Flaw

I had the opportunity to use the Telos Plus Freestanding Ultralight Tent over President's Weekend in Colorado at an elevation of 12,000 feet with plenty of snow. It even snowed about 3 inches during the trip. On the positive side, the tent's lightweight design impressed me, as did the innovative multiple-stuff sacks, making it highly portable and organized. Its ease of setup was notable, and it successfully kept me dry inside with almost no condensation, a commendable feat under the snowy conditions. However, my experience wasn't without its drawbacks. Disappointingly, during my first use, I discovered a hole in the tent's floor. Given that I was on snow, I don't believe I caused the cut. This issue likely points to the material's extreme thinness, which, while understandable in the pursuit of minimizing weight, should not come at the expense of basic durability, such as maintaining an intact tent floor. Having lived in Colorado and Utah my entire life, engaging in activities like hunting and mountaineering across all seasons, this is the first time I've encountered a tent floor cutting open. This incident marks a significant concern regarding the material's durability and the tent's overall reliability in rugged conditions.

Sea to Summit

Originally reviewed on Sea to Summit

5 out of 5 stars

April 30, 2022

Awesome Product!!

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Material, Quality, Craftsmanship, Service was Awesome!! Easy to setup as a first time backpacker 25 minutes total setup time.

Raul S.
Sea to Summit

Originally reviewed on Sea to Summit

5 out of 5 stars

March 20, 2022

Spacious not to heavy warm

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Spacious not to heavy warm in cold weather would not use it for summer great winter tent easy set up

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Miguel R.
Sea to Summit

Originally reviewed on Sea to Summit

4 out of 5 stars

November 22, 2021

29 Days from Colorado to Mississippi

I brought the Telos Tr2 Plus along with me for the past month on an unsupported bicycle tour from Colorado to Mississippi. I slept in the tent 24 of the 29 days I was on the road. This was my first time using it so I had my reservations taking an unknown tent with me but as a fan of Sea to Summit and the gear they make, I had the utmost faith. I had nights that ranged from 17F up to 65F, I always felt that the tent stayed as warm as could be expected. I really liked having the fabric walls on the inner tent in place of the mesh. It offered a bit more privacy on those nights when the tent fly was not needed. I was a bit nervous that the small vents at the top of the tent would not be sufficient but they seemed to do the trick. The only times I had issue with condensation was through Louisiana, I'm not sure there is a tent in the world that can handle that level of condensation. I highly recommend the gear loft as well, it gets your clothes for the next day up off the ground and gives them a chance to breath a little bit better. Inside the tent, spacious! I had enough room to spread out and get comfortable all while storing all of my panniers inside the tent. I found myself not using the lightbar feature however I can certainly see how useful this could be, especially if you are staying in one place for more than 1 night. It is a bit difficult to pull the tent tight for the tension ridge but once you do it a few times you get used to it and appreciate the fact that the tent doesn't flap around at all. I used the smaller ground tarp with the tent as I find myself setting it up without a rainfly as much as I can, if you pack the tent as tight as you can the inner tent and the ground fly can be packed together, eliminating the need for te seperate ground tarp bag. All in all the only issues that I encountered was the color (the tent is not as discretely colored as I would like), and the tent stakes seemed to bend rather easily. I'm still quite impressed with this tent. From cold weather to hot and humid weather, it preformed wonderfully. It is light, durable, and well designed. It provides ample protection from the elements and I am so looking forward to taking it out into the backcountry this winter to test it even more! The Telos TR2 Plus will be my go to tent from now on, another S2S product knocking it out of the park!

Tucker H.
Sea to Summit

Originally reviewed on Sea to Summit

4 out of 5 stars

September 29, 2021

From out of the box to into the snow

Our new Telos 2+ tent was fresh out of the box when we put it up to the cold, wet weather test for 10 days in the high country of the Eagle Cap Wilderness. The ventilation system is well designed leaving no condensation on the inside walls of the tent. Thus, our sleeping bags stayed dry while we huddled in the spacious tent for 2.5 days of blowing snow. The fabric walls instead of mosquito netting was an appreciated choice too. The easy tensioning of the rainfly corners to the tent kept the tent taught beneath any snow load too. 4 stars because: 1. Attaching the rainfly to the tent poles didn't go smoothly if the tent poles were already attached to the tent groundsheet rubber grommets. The groundsheets rubber grommets prevented the latching on of the rainfly easily; 2. The tension bar that spans the tent rainfly is extremely tight. One is hesitant to pull, and pull and stretch a brand new rainfly as one doesn't know the strength of the material/fabric. I was sure I would rip the rainfly in half on my first...and subsequent...use. I added either rubber bands or an elastic loop to attach the rainfly to the tiny, tight little hooks but pulling and pulling the rainfly fabric doesn't seem to me to be a good thing for the long run; 3. Matching the shape of the groundsheet (the one that has material that extends out to cover the vestibules) to the shape of the tent to lay out was always an added puzzle even after 12 days of use; 3. The gray tent poles and blue tent poles could have been better color distinguished...the blue is too close in tone to the gray...yet another second or two of delay due to head scratching. How about a yellow or red color?; 4. The tent zipper pulls could be a bit heftier. I know you are trying to save weight everywhere possible but we are going to add some bigger cord to grab onto a 3pm; 5. Didn't find converting the tent storage bags into a light bar or extra storage necessary; 5. Due to the blowing snow we did feel the need to zip close the outer vent as moisture threatened to come in onto the netting of the vent below; 6. The ground sheet tore after the 4th day of use. Not sure what caused it...but I have used ground cloths on my former tent for years without a tear. So that was a surprise. 7. Just our situation perhaps. But our 2 Thermarest Neo(?) mattresses were a bit wide for the tent side by side. But the length was fine. So for us a couple of more inches in width would have been nice. All n' all we like the tent. It kept us both warm and dry in cold, wet conditions over a few days so that is it's strong suit. The rainfly goes way down to the ground and is easy to keep tight. Good quality materials and construction. Yes, it is a bit easier to get in and out then our former double vestibule tent. The only 4 stars is due to the little nitpicky annoyances mostly with setting up the tent.

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Originally reviewed on Sea to Summit