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The Big Agnes Tufly SL2+ Tent is a superlight tent with plenty of space. Oversized with steep side walls and two doors, you'll be kicking back at camp and relaxing in no time after a long day on the trails. The upper features enough mesh to let in a cool breeze, while adding enough privacy up the sides to change your shirt. The rain fly is really special, as it not only protects from the rainstorms, but creates two vestibules. Not only that, the vestibule can be set up as a large single door, or a dual sided option. Bring a long trekking poles and create an awning with it as well. So many options, without the extra weight.
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Steep side wall architecture and symmetrical cross pole placement offers generous shoulder room and head height without adding weight
Features two doors and two vestibules with storm flaps on vestibule zippers
Symmetrical design is easy and intuitive to pitch
Vertical wall vestibule creates exceptional dry storage space
Featuring two vestibule door options; one single zip door and one double zip door designed to be set up as a awning using trekking poles
Purposefully placed nylon and mesh offer privacy and great star gazing
Storage pockets for days and a media pocket perfectly placed for tablet viewing
Media pockets located above sleeping area enable clean ear bud cord routing from phones or other devices
Two fly vents
Velcro tabs connect fly to pole structure providing perfect pitch and extra stability
Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners attached to fly
Reflective guy lines and webbing on tent corners
Easy grip zipper pulls
DAC Press fit pole system with lightweight hubs
Ultralight plastic clips attach tent body to pole frame
Hub pole design
SL2+: 6 interior mesh pockets, 2 media pockets and 12 superlight aluminum J stakes
Gear loft loops included
88 x 53 in.
6 x 22 in.
Minimum Trail Weight:
32 Square Feet
12 + 12 square feet
Number of Doors:
Rated 5 out of
Survived an Iceland wind storm![This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I needed a high quality tent for my summer Iceland trip where our photography group would be camping around the lsland so we could be close to all the beautiful places we wanted to capture in the best light possible. Full disclosure - I'm not much of a camper but after this trip and how well this tent performed, I have been reformed. The tent is super easy to set up given the color coding on the poles and tent straps and the inside was very roomie and had all kinds of netting pockets to store your loose objects. One reviewer said they had problems with water pooling on the rain fly but I didn't run across that during my 9 days of being...basically, wet. I'm proud to say this tent survived a wind storm with sustained winds of 85 mph and gusts of up to 115, but one of the MSR tents we had was not so lucky. Even one of the expedition style tents had bent poles, but not this one. The one criticism I have is that I had to purchase the ground cloth/footprint separately. At this price, it really should have been included. But definitely, don't skimp on that. The ground cloth really saved the day for me.
Date published: 2018-08-23
Rated 5 out of
Love it![This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I had the MSR Hubba Hubba, which I was VERY happy with, and for various reasons, I was looking for something new. I came across this beauty. After weeks of going back and forth between this and another MSR Hubba Hubba, I chose the Big Agnes Tufly. Aside from the cosmetic differences (and the story behind the craftsmanship featured on the Big Agnes website), this one was slightly more spacious, has built in nooks and crannies to hold small gear, has hooks I could easily hang an interior lantern on, and the vestibule on the backside has just the right amount of space with easy access from the interior and the exterior. One of the best features this tent has, which isn't common among lightweight tents, is the option to create an awning over the entry point (use your trekking poles). I never realized how much I missed having that feature until I finally had that. I love MSR, but for a change, I am VERY happy I went with this tent. Backpacking through Shenandoah at the end of September, I stayed dry and set up was a breeze. You aren't able to roll the fly back - it's an all or nothing deal, but if you roll up your awning, you can have great views of the night sky.