- Single door and vestibule
- Door has two closing options: Zip up mesh door only for ventilation, or zip up the polyester layer for full protection.
- Storm flaps on vestibule zipper
- Reflective guylines and webbing on tent corners
- Fly and floor are silicone treated nylon rip-stop
- Fly and floor have 1200mm waterproof polyurethane coating
- Tent body is nylon rip-stop and polyester mesh vent
- All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC's)
- DAC Featherlite NSL pole system with press fit connectors and lightweight hubs
- DAC Twist Clips attach tent body to pole frame
- 11 Superlight aluminum J stakes
- Three interior mesh pockets
- Gear Loft loops included. Fits Triangle gear loft sold separately $22
- Fast Fly setup available.
- Footprint sold separately
- Note: We list several weights for our tents to aid your product research. Trail weight refers to poles, fly, and tent body. Packed weight includes poles, fly, tent body, stakes, guy lines, stuff sacks, instructions, and packaging. Fast Fly weight refers to the poles, tent fly, and accessory Fast Fly footprint.
|Trail Weight||2lb 9oz|
|Packed Weight||2lb 15oz|
|Fast Fly Weight||1lb 14oz|
|Packed Size||5" x 19"|
|Floor Area||37sq ft|
|Vestibule Area||8sq ft|
What's in a Name?
The first descent of Slater Creek Falls was claimed in 2007 by a group of eight Steamboat kayakers who refer to themselves as the Routt County River Enforcement. The “Enforcers” scouted the whitewater of Slater Creek using a National Geographic CD-ROM map. When they found a section of the Little Snake River that drops 275 feet in less than a mile, and 30 feet at the falls, they deemed it a worthy adventure.