SlingFin Windsabre 2 Person 4 Season Tent
SlingFin Windsabre 2 Person 4 Season Tent
SlingFin Windsabre 2 Person 4 Season Tent
SlingFin Windsabre 2 Person 4 Season Tent
SlingFin Windsabre 2 Person 4 Season Tent
SlingFin Windsabre 2 Person 4 Season Tent
SlingFin Windsabre 2 Person 4 Season Tent
SlingFin Windsabre 2 Person 4 Season Tent
SlingFin Windsabre 2 Person 4 Season Tent
SlingFin Windsabre 2 Person 4 Season Tent

SlingFin Windsabre 2 Person 4 Season Tent

Regular price$1,549.00
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We are now offering the updated version of the Slingfin WindSaber

  • Stronger 10.65mm DAC PL poles
  • Two zippered ripstop nylon doors with full mesh layer for ventilation
  • Updated fly attachment system
  • Two flysheet kickstand vents for unrestricted airflow
  • Numerous subtle refinements for ease of use

The WindSaber redefines what’s possible for a lightweight alpine tent. At just 2.27kg, the WindSaber’s strength is comparable to that of many tents that weigh twice as much. Light enough to carry to the high alpine and strong enough to stay there as long as you want, the WindSaber is a go-anywhere, do-everything alpine tent for core mountain folk. Whether you’re ticking the Cassin or skiing the JMT, you’ll rest easy knowing your tent can handle whatever the mountains throw your way.

The WindSaber’s unprecedented strength-to-weight ratio comes from our patented WebTruss system. The WebTruss is made up of sleeves into which you insert the tent poles. Unlike traditional pole sleeves that are sewn into the tent body, the WebTruss is detachable, allowing the poles to be completely set up before attaching the tent body. The result is a tent that sets up very easily in high-wind conditions (unlike a tent with traditional pole sleeves), but with far better stability than modern clip-style tents.

The interior of the WindSaber is shaped to maximize usable space and has more pockets than you can shake a stick at. Plenty of o-rings provide internal guyline compatibility as well as ample places to hang things. Two zippered mesh/ripstop double doors on the other side provide quick entry and exit and won’t get caked with spindrift. To vent the WindSaber, open the drawstring vent at the foot of the tent, which has a corresponding vent in the tent’s fly. The drawstring vent also has a mesh layer which lets you vent the tent even when it’s buggy out. Crack open the top of the door, and you have a nice cross breeze that keeps condensation to a minimum. The vestibule openings each feature a kickstand vent.


    • High-Vis SlingFin Orange/Gray color block Fly
    • WebTruss provides exceptional strength-to-weight ratio
    • Easy high-wind setup
    • 15 exterior tie-outs
    • 11 exterior tie-outs correspond to pole attachments on fly
    • Interior guyline compatible
    • 8 Interior pockets
    • OutRigger attachment uses adjustable ski or trekking poles to increase wind resistance and snow loading capacity
    • Ergonomic floor shape provides plenty of elbow room
    • Drawstring vent with mesh layer provides ventilation even in buggy conditions
    • Double mesh/ripstop door ventilates well in humid environments
    • WebTruss can be replaced with DAC twist clips for milder conditions


    Minimum Weight (with WebTruss) 2.26kg
    Minimum Weight (with DAC Twist Clips) 2.18kg
    Packaged Weight 2.66kg
    Capacity 2
    Floor Area 2.6sq m
    Vestibule Area .4sq m
    Interior Height
    Packed Size
    46cm x 23cm
    Pole Package Length 45cm
    Floor Dimensions (216cm x 99cm/152cm/99cm) (head/elbows/foot)
    Tent Body Volume 1.53cu m
    Vestibule Volume .27cu m
    Poles 4 DAC PL 10.65mm
    Number of doors 2
    Vents 1 tent body/flysheet drawstring vent, 2 flysheet kickstand vents


    Tent Body Fabric 15D Nylon Ripstop DWR
    Floor Fabric 20D*430T Nylon ripstop sil/sil 1500mm
    Fly Fabric Fly Fabric 20D*430T Nylon ripstop sil/sil 1500mm
    WebTruss Fabric
    20D Nylon Ripstop PE 1800mm
    Poles 4 DAC PL 10.65mm

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    About slingfin

    SlingFin was founded in 2010 with one simple goal. Build the strongest, most innovative, no-expense-spared outdoor equipment in the world.

    Slingfin represents the sum total of founder Martin Zemitis’ three decades of experience in the outdoor industry. After designing for The North Face and Sierra Designs for around a decade he co-founded Mountain Hardwear, where he designed equipment until 2009. Eventually he began to desire more freedom to design without the constraints of price targets and decided it was time to take things in a new direction. Soon thereafter, SlingFin was born.

    Slingfin started making high alpine-focused dream tents that people on Everest would use as windbreaks for other tents. After a while, they realized the demand for shelters that can stand up to the elements extends well beyond the high alpine. Since then they’ve kept the strength-to-weight ratio of their tents at the forefront of their product development process. Choosing materials that improve the long-term durability of the products even if they’re more expensive, because they believe a good tent should be a long-term investment. Through thoughtful design, premium materials, and a deep understanding of tensile structures, Slingfin have created a full lineup of tents that can withstand much harsher conditions than other tents in their weight class.

    SlingFin is an employee-owned, self-funded company. This means no suits, no “bean-counters”, and no pressure to maximize profit at the expense of quality. They’re small, lean, and scrappy, and they like it that way. Making the gear they want to use, not the gear a VC firm thinks will get them the best ROI. Their designs are inspired by the desire for stronger, lighter gear. Drawing on their deep industry heritage and passion for the outdoors to ensure that the materials, attention to detail, and build quality of their products are impeccable.

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