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Telos TR3 Bigfoot Footprint

4.5 out of 5 stars
6 Reviews
Current price: $51.95 Original price: $69.95
26% off
Color:One Color



Why We Like The Telos TR3 Bigfoot Footprint

Add a little protection to the Telos TR3 with this perfectly-matched footprint. The Telos TR3 Bigfoot Footprint offers both the base of the tent and its vestibule space a guard from moisture, abrasion, and dirt. This product can extend the tent's life, and it can be used tent-free with the fly to create an ultralight shelter.


  • Protective footprint for the Sea To Summit Telos T3R Tent
  • PU-coated polyester offers water resistance in an anti-pooling shape
  • Mates with a fly-only setup for ultralight backpacking
  • Storage pouch included for easy packing and organization
  • Item #STSZ02Z
68D polyester, polyurethane coating (1200mm)
Sea To Summit Telos T3R Tent, [dimensions] 137 x 92.5in
Attachment Method
circular-bartacked Hypalon attachment points
Claimed Weight
1lb 2oz, [packed weight] 1lb 2.4oz
camping, backpacking
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 6 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

October 16, 2023

Just works

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Nothing fancy. It works well, and the extra footprint room allowing to step on it instead of the ground is very nice.

Larry Z.
Sea to Summit

Originally reviewed on Sea to Summit

5 out of 5 stars

August 31, 2023


Definitely get this, protect your investment, also gives a nice floor under the vestibule so you don't have to deal with shoes, etc in the tent.

S C.
Sea to Summit

Originally reviewed on Sea to Summit

5 out of 5 stars

April 10, 2023

More covered ground, clean entrance and exits

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is fantastic as it gives a place to crouch or kneel getting in the tent, and helps keeps the dirt from getting in. I'd use the smaller ground cloth when backpacking as the additional weight can be felt, but for car camping it's perfect. It also gives a nice spot from my dog to sleep!

Bryan T.
Sea to Summit

Originally reviewed on Sea to Summit

5 out of 5 stars

October 3, 2022

Just what I needed

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Works as expected. I like having a footprint that extends into the vestibule.

Holly G.
Sea to Summit

Originally reviewed on Sea to Summit

3 out of 5 stars

October 4, 2021

Confusing to set up

We purchased the footprint/ground cloth to go with our Telos TRS+ tent. The selling point was the shape of the footprint was to match not just the tent area but also be under the 2 vestibules. With other tents I would just supplement a rectangular groundcloth with 2 pieces of fabric to serve as an added dry place under the vestibutle entrances. The challenge though was the shape of the 6 sided footprint. When laying out the footprint which was the top, sides and bottom. After several rotations, noting which is the short side vs long side of the vestibule areas then I'd eventually figure it out. But all very time consuming. So sort of color coding or arrows indicating top/bottom would be helpful. The 2nd challenge is when setting up the tent and putting the poles in the tent receiving holes AND the footprint's rubber grommets that works fine until you want to put the rainfly on. The layering of rubber grommet, tent pole insert into the tent corner hole and then trying to attach the rainfly clip gets to be problematic and difficult. At each corner, to attach the rainfly little "U' clip I had to first detach the tent from the footprint grommet, clip the rainfly onto the tent pole clip and re-insert the tent pole into the footprint rubber grommet. Again, extra time fiddling around. This was a brand new tent with brand new footprint.Yes, we were in rain and snow for 2.5 days but I was very cautious with the ground for the footprint as I was concerned about the durability of the fabric. Unfortunately, being diligent was not enough and a 1 inch tear in the footprint is what we ended our 10 day backcountry trek with. It is always a bit disappointing for gear to come back damaged only after one use. Like automobiles we use our camping gear for many years and expect them to be durable. The footprint is good in concept but be aware that any vestibule dripping due to rain or melting snow onto the footprint may cause the puddling to flow under the tent floor. This was the case after 2.5 days of wet snow. So my past use of a separate small fabric "footprint" under the vestibules worked better as I could pull up that piece of fabric separate from the tent structure and direct any puddles away from the tent.

Margaret W.
Sea to Summit

Originally reviewed on Sea to Summit

4 out of 5 stars

September 12, 2021

Seems well made

Like this foot print so far. Larger and a little heavier than over but tougher I think for gravel bar camping on ozark rivers.

Loretta W.
Sea to Summit

Originally reviewed on Sea to Summit