Seedhouse SL3 Tent: 3-Person 3-Season by Big Agnes
It's a tight squeeze fitting you, your hiking partner, all your gear, and your four-year-old Newfoundland dog in your lightweight two-person backpacking tent. Do yourself a favor and give everyone some more room in the Big Agnes Seedhouse SL3 Tent. Lightweight poles and ultralight plastic clips keep the weight of the tent down so that it comes in weighing just over three pounds trail weight. Turns out that extra space won't weigh much more than your two-person did anyway and it has ample storage to keep you, your gear, and your puppy protected from the elements while you sleep. Getting caught in unexpected showers doesn't have to ruin your trip. With silicone treatments and PU coatings, the fly and floor ensure reliable protection from rain while the fully taped seams offer an additional layer of protection against moisture to help prevent that wet dog smell as long as the Newfie stays in the tent. When the weather is decent and the nights are warm, the mesh tent body provides air flow to keep everyone cool and comfortable while you fall asleep looking at the stars. Plenty of space for everyone, sidecar vestibules, and ample pockets for storage will elevate your camping experience. The sidecar vestibules can hold your packs and are easily accessible from the interior of the tent. A media pocket above the sleeping area keeps your headphones organized so you can relax in the tent on rainy afternoons and listen to your favorite book on tape. If you need additional storage, a sold separately gear loft can be easily attached and a 3-D shelf stashes oversized gear, utilizing dead space above your feet when the dog is at home or sleeping outside.
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Big Agnes Seedhouse SL3 Tent: 3-Person 3-Season
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