The BlackWolf Grasshopper UL 2 provides the stability of a dome tent and the headream of a dream tent.
With an innovative pole configuration, and two convenient entrances with vestibules - this tents boasts features that set it apart from other 3-season, 2-person tents. The nylon ripstop fly, nylon PU floor and heat-taped seams ensure water repellency in bad weather. There is excellent airflow through ventilation from the mesh inner, plus extra vents in the fly. Pitching is easy, as the poles and pole end webbing and clips are colour coded, while cord lock peg points offer flexibility when setting up. Plus, a teardrop-shaped door with all-round zips on either side make access easy.
Storage wise, the dual-side vestibules are invaluable for stashing your boots, pack, and even wet or muddy gear out of your sleeping space. The reflective strips have the tent easily identified at night, while the ecologically friendly green shade blends beautifully in with the environment during the day.
Great for the adventurous couple or solo hiker who likes a little extra room - rely on the Grasshopper Ultralight 2 from BlackWolf for shelter.
400D ripstop nylon fly
Cord lock peg points
Colour-coded poles, pole end webbing and clips
Dual side tear shaped doors
Good headroom throughout
215L x 235W cm
205L x 130W cm
45L x 15W x 15H cm
Max. Head Height:
40D Ripstop Sil−Nylon
70D Polyester PU
8.5mm T6 Alloy
Fly 2000mm | Floor 5000mm
Free Standing1 answer
Hi there, just wondering if this is a free standing tent?
Keanu - Leichhardt, NSW(2 months ago)
Yep, it is - generally dome style hiking tents are free standing, meaning they can be set up without needing pegs and guy ropes. The only consideration is to have functioning vestibules, you'd need to use a rock (or similar if pegs are not an option), to tension those out. If not you can still absolutely use the tent. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(2 months ago)
Tent bag1 answer
Hi, just wondering if the tent bag on this tent is waterproof? Thanks
Jeff - Murrumbeena, VIC(6 months ago)
The storage back fabric is water resistant, but the bag itself isn't waterproofed - eg. not seam sealing and the bag opening is a pull chord. You'd probably be ok in light showers, but in anything prolonged or heavier you'd probably want to use a fully waterproof dry sack.