Features & Specifications
The UL Peridot 2P is a lightweight and freestanding backpacking tent. This 2 Person backpacking tent structure is made for easy-setup, maximum space, lightweight, and rugged enough to withstand 3 seasons. The UL Peridot 2P offers more privacy and protection due to its higher walls.
The Peridot's innovative mid-pole structure maximizes head and shoulder room to provide ample space for two people to relax and hangout. Because it is freestanding, the tent body can be conveniently moved from one location to the next with no hassle in reassembling your shelter.
This tent comes with two doors and two vestibules, a great quality to have when backpacking with a partner. When bad weather occurs, the rain-fly provides superior wind and rain protection so that you will be safe and cozy.
• Bathtub Floor
• Factory-Taped Seams
• Detachable Overhead Gear Loft
• Footprint Included
• Reflective Rain Gutter
• Two Doors
• Two Vestibules
• 12 Stakes Included
• 7001 Series Aluminum Poles
• Reflective Guylines
Sleeping Capacity: 2 Person
Floor Dimensions: 84 x 51 inches / 213 x 130 cm
Peak Height: 43 inches / 109 cm
Vestibule Area: 25.6 in / 65 cm
Pack Size: 16 x 4 in / 41 x 10 cm
Pack Weight: 4 lbs 13 oz (2.09 kg)
Trail Weight: 4 lbs 9 oz (1.9 kg)
Minimalist Setup Weight: 2.7 lbs (1.22 kg)
Rainfly: 20-denier Sil-Nylon with 5000mm polyurethane hydrostatic rated coating
Floor: 40-denierSil-Nylon with 5000mm polyurethane hydrostatic rated coating
Canopy: Noseeum Mesh
Poles: Single Hubbed Poles
Pole Type: 7001 Aluminum
Accessories: 12 Aluminum Stakes, Reflective Guy Lines, &Waterproof Footprint
• How do I set this up?
We try our best to make our tents practical and easy to set up. Here's our instruction manual to set up the tent: Download Instruction Manual
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• What's the difference between the UL Granite and the UL Peridot?
Aside from color, the maindifferencebetweenthe two is the tent body. The walls are higher on the UL Peridot which makes it slightly heavier by a few ounces. Both tents are great for lightweight backpacking.
• How do I store it back in its stuff sack?
1) Fold the tent body and rainfly seperately like an envelope, matching the same length as the poles.
2) Place the rainfly on top of the tent body aligning the edges.
3) Place the poles on one of the edges and use the poles to roll both the tent body and rainfly together. Once rolled up, use the strap-webbing that was included with your tent to clip and tighten.
4) Place your rolled up tent back into the stuff sack along with your stakes and footprint.