Seedhouse SL tents have become the signature series in our backpacking line, pieces of gear to stand the test of time. Like a gin martini or a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, Seedhouse SL tents are simple, efficient and classic. If it’s your cross-country bike tour or the weekend peak you’ve been looking to bag, the Seedhouse will forever be faithful. Improvements include steeper side walls and a dry entry vestibule.
- Improved dry entry vestibule keeps the interior of your tent dry as you enter and exit
- Lightweight DAC angle hubs and NR joints create steep wall architecture
- Updated design increases usable interior space without increased weight
- Vertical door construction adds more usable volume to the vestibule
- Single door and vestibule featuring storm flaps on vestibule zipper
- Reflective guylines and webbing on tent corners
- Media pockets allow for direct ear bud cord routing from phones and other devices
- Fly and floor are lightweight silicone treated nylon rip-stop with a 1200mm waterproof polyurethane coating
- Tent body is breathable nylon rip-stop and polyester mesh
- All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC's)
- DAC Pressfit pole system with lightweight Angle Hubs
- Ultralight plastic clips attach tent body to pole frame
- 11 Superlight aluminum J stakes
- Three interior mesh pockets
- Gear loft loops included
- Internal media pocket
- Footprint sold separately
- Fast Fly setup available
- Fits triangle gear loft - sold separately
- Compatible with Big Agnes Entertainment Center loft and PowerCase/Loft- sold separately
Trail Weight 4lb 3oz
Packed Weight 4lb 11oz
Footprint Weight 8oz
Fast Fly Weight 3lb 5oz
Packed Size 5.5" x 20"
Floor Area 42sq ft
Vestibule Area 13sq ft
Head Height 43"
Foot Height 28"
The original “Seedhouse,” north of Steamboat Springs and at the edge of the Mount Zirkel Wilderness, was built in 1912 by the Forest Service to store seeds from nearby spruce and pine cones. The operation proved too costly and the building was repurposed - over the years as a ranger station and summer camp building. Arguably more famous - and recognized by the State Historical Society - the Seedhouse Campground Outhouse is a four-seater log outhouse that is the last standing structure in the Routt National Forest built by the Civilian Conservation Corps.