Big Agnes Seedhouse SL 1 Person Tent - 2011
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Big Agnes Seedhouse SL 1 Person Tent - 2011

Big Agnes Seedhouse SL 1 Person Tent - 2011 is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 13.
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Product Description Item No.   10044092

The Big Agnes Seedhouse SL 1 Person Tent is a three season, free standing, superlight backpacking tent with a body made with lightweight nylon and polyester mesh, and a fly and floor constructed of silicone treated nylon rip-stop with 1200mm waterproof polyurethane coating. The Seedhouse features the DAC Featherlite NSL pole system with press fit connectors and lightweight hubs, all which are made with TH72M aluminum featuring eco-friendly anodizing for improved durability. Big Agnes adds a range of features in their Seedhouse SL line, including mesh in the body for ventilation, a single hub/pole system, plastic clips to attach pole system to body, D-shaped door with overhead mesh pocket, a storm flap over the vestibule zipper, and a reflective guyline and webbing for nighttime visibility. This 1 person tent is also made to be completely waterproof, as all seams are taped with waterproofing, solvent-free polyurethane tape. The Trail Weight of the 1 person Seedhouse tent is only 2 lb, 6 oz, the Packed Weight is 2 lb, 13 oz, and you will still have plenty of room with a Floor Area of 22 sq. feet when assembled. For camping during a backpacking expedition, or just a weekend at your local campsite, the Big Agnes Seedhouse SL 1 Person Tent is the ultimate choice.

FEATURES of the Big Agnes Seedhouse SL 1 Person Tent

  • Fabrics and mesh used on the inner tents are made from breathable lightweight nylon or polyester
  • Mesh body designs offer excellent ventilation
  • Color coded pole ends, webbing and buckles make set up easy
  • Free standing structures reduce number of stakes
  • Oversized stake out loops
  • Interior mesh pockets for organizing gear
  • Gear loft loops included
  • Footprint extends the life of your tent floor and can be used in the fast fly setup option on some models
  • Storm flap on vestibule zippers prevents drips
  • Fabrics used on our tents include silicone treated nylon rip-stop and polyester depending on the model
  • Cordura and eVent fabrics used in our Mountaineering line
  • Waterproof polyurethane coating on all fly and floor fabrics
  • Reflective guyline and reflective webbing on tent corners for nighttime visibility
  • All seams taped with waterproof, solvent free polyurethane tape (no PVC of VOC)
  • Fly vents improve ventilation to reduce condensation
  • Single door and vestibule
  • Fly and floor are silicone treated nylon rip-stop
  • Fly and floor have 1200mm waterproof polyurethane coating
  • Tent body is nylon and polyester mesh
  • DAC Featherlite NSL pole system with press fit connectors and lightweight hubs
  • Plastic clips attach tent body pole frame
  • SL1 features fabric loops instead of clips along the ridge pole to decrease weight
  • Hub pole design
  • 11 Superlight aluminum J stakes
  • One (SL1), three (SL2) interior mesh pockets
  • Gear loft loops included
  • Footprint sold separately
  • Fast Fly setup available
  • Fits Triangle gear loft - sold separately $22

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Sleep Capacity: 1
Seasons: 3-Season
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You'll love it or not If you don't mind somewhat cramped quarters for the length of your adventure, and you know how to deal with condensation on the outer wall from time to time, then this is a great tent for solo exploits. It sets up very easily, even in poor conditions, is very light, and holds up well over time.,,,,I originally bought this tent in 2007 for a bike tour, and have used it on several treks across the Olympic National Park, where it works great in both rainforest and above the tree line. I have even weathered wind storms, snow, sleet, and hail in this tent, which does get noisy, but keeps the weather out. ,,,,Two can be squeezed in if they don't mind getting cozy.
Date published: 2010-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tent for experienced or newbie Okay, perhaps I shouldn't have told my Eagle Scout husband that I had a Master's degree, I could figure out how to put up a tent (in drizzle, on the AT, at dusk, in 50 degree weather, with brisk wind gusts, first time ever) and didn't need his help. But putting up the tent was easy, after I read the directions and figured out the bag contained stakes (husband did point out those features). It weighs nothing, puts up easy, and keeps me snug in all conditions. I am looking forward to our next leg of the AT with this in my pack. Be aware, it's a one person tent, room for me and my pack, not much else.
Date published: 2011-02-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Light, functional, but fragile. Can you say lightweight? I can. I was astonsihed at how light this sucker is. I have used it in both configurations, fly only and in full tent mode. I'm 6'4 / 210 lbs and I fit inside just fine. The vestibule holds only my pack but the pack does rest against the fly material. The tent compresses down to below football size. I used the tent at 7 1/2 mile Camp on Eagle Creek in the Gorge and the bugs were kept at bay. It rained most of the night but I was dry. The fly setup requires the SL1 footprint or it won't work matey. I was kind of bummed about that due to the xtra 45 clams, but hey, I earned some more Moosejaw reward points! One concern I have is that the lightweight construc
Date published: 2008-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nearly perfect This is a truly excellent tent. It's simple and quick to set up, but you do have to thread the long pole through some loops. An all-clip design would have been nicer. Once it's set up, there's plenty of space for me and my pack. The ample mesh makes for excellent ventilation and stargazing with the fly off. If you like bright shiny colors, you might find the gray-green color rather drab, but it blends in nicely with the woods. The fly & footprint only pitching option is a nice bonus, too, if you're willing to shell out $40+ for a little piece of cloth. Overall, I'm quite pleased.
Date published: 2011-03-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for lightweight hikers! This is manufactured very well and is designed for the light weight backpacker. Very quick set up and fairly compact fitting into my pack. I've used the tent in fairly decent winds on the AT with no problems.,,,,The only problem I have with the tent is the overall size inside. The tent is neither very tall nor wide. I use a rectangular bag & sleeping pad and with these in the tent, there is very little room to spare. It can be difficult to maneuver in tent when changing for someone large. However, if you value weight & stability over size, this is an excellent tent.
Date published: 2009-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wish I had this 20 years ago! After a love/hate relationship with heavy fabric-walled tents that were necessary for bug protection but too hot in Midwest summers, I found this jewel of a tent. It's light and airy - without the fly, you are effectively sleeping under the stars and laughing at the creepy-crawlies. Not free-standing, but you can rig a hiking pole across the foot end to make it so. The shape puts lots of room in the head/shoulder area, where it's needed for moving around and storing gear. Great for hiking light.
Date published: 2008-12-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Tent for solo hike throughs My experience with this tent has been alpine scenarios where the wind is a factor, that said, it has preformed well. It has just the amount of room you need for a sleeping pad and sack + your pack on one side. Not too difficult to set up or take down, but since my usage I have up/down graded to a bivy sack. (which, interesting enough, I don't thing I would have done without knowing what I could give up) For alpine stuff, 12,000 and above, get a bivy. below that, get this.
Date published: 2011-05-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good tent, but hate the entry This is a lightweight, keep you dry, fairly roomy tent. The problem I have with it is the front entry. It is hard to get in and out of the tent and if you do that in the rain, water will get in the tent. The other thing I don't like is the number of stakes that come with the tent. It takes about a dozen to fully set up the tent.
Date published: 2010-10-05
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