|Sleeps||Weight (oz/kg)||Floor Width (in/cm)||Floor Length (in/cm)||Floor Area
|Interior Height (in/cm)||Stakes (included)||Packed Size (in/cm)||Price|
|2||37/ 1.06||50/ 127||84/ 213||29.2/ 2.7||41/ 104 using 110 cm trekking poles; adjustable||6 x 6 in/ 15 cm||16 x 4 / 41 x 10; stuffable||$329|
This shelter is designed to be used with trekking poles, two at the sides and two at the ends. An 8 oz / 227 g alternate pole set for the sides and a 2 oz / 60g pole set for the ends is also available for non-trekking pole users. It is also possible to suspend the structure from trees or other overhead supports.
No, the two parts clip together and setup or takedown as a single unit. It is easy to unclip the interior from inside if desired.
The structure will withstand light to moderate snow loading./p>
Yes. There is no hard structure embedded in the fly or interior. If you use our substitute poles, the side poles fold to 16in/ 41cm and the end poles fold to 13.5in/ 34cm.
Yes! Please refer to the "how to seam-seal" video to see the full procedure.
You have several options for seam-sealing your Tarptent which are available for purchase in our webstore:
Every Tarptent comes with a stuff sack, aluminum stakes+stake bag and the necessary guyline cording. The Saddle 2 is designed to be used with trekking poles and we also offer substitute setup poles.
Yes, we use “no-see-um” netting which stops bugs quite a bit smaller than mosquitoes.
Yes, the fabric is waterproof, however the seams of the shelter need to be seam-sealed.
Use of a groundsheet depends on the conditions you expect to encounter and your style of camping. The sewn-in flooring is remarkably tough and does not usually require a separate groundsheet. We sell optional Tyvek groundsheets which are very tough and great for sleeping out or taking a break, but generally heavier than you need for floor protection on longer hikes, in most conditions. For use on very rocky ground and desert conditions where puncture wounds are possible, a groundsheet is recommended.