Big Agnes Seedhouse 2 – Camping Tents: Reviews
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Why It’s CoolPitching is a piece of cake: She’s up in two minutes, courtesy of the intuitive (longer poles up front, shorter in back) uni-pole continuum with twin hubs, and at four pounds six ounces, the Seedhouse packs down very small. » Where flying bloodsuckers aren’t an issue, you can lose a pound by bailing on the tent body and using just the Fast Fly ($30), which snaps to the footprint. » Stake out the fly at the midsection and you’ve got two garages accessible from within the tent via left and right zips. The all-mesh canopy functions like air-con, and the 38-inch ceiling provides enough room for sitting up comfortably.
Hmmm . . .No pole-position guesswork with this versatile freestanding tent.