SS2EB ‘Solo 2’ Traditional Canvas Swag Bedroll Earth Brown

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(2 customer reviews)

The epitome of traditional swag camping. An updated version of the age-old Aussie bedroll combining shelter and mattress in one lightweight roll.

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Product Description

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Solo 2 is the epitome of swag tradition. A simple bedroll with integrated PVC bucket floor and bug-stop mesh.

Features include:
400g (12oz) proofed rip-stop poly-cotton canvas
50mm high density supportive mattress with removable cover
38mm heavy duty webbing compression straps
Internal pocket for keys, torch etc
PVC boot mat
Strong 550g PVC floor
Double zip allowing full length entry and additional ventilation
Bug-stop insect screen
Large head flap

The Solo 2 is a traditional style bedroll swag so is best used in conjunction with a tarp if you plan to be using it in heavy rain. Just add your blankets or sleeping bag and get a really cosy, comfy rest after a hard day in the great outdoors.

Goes up (and down) in seconds. A minute or two and you’re ready to sleep under the stars. The swag can be used with the supplied mattress or with your own, depending on your preference. The swag will roll up smaller without the 50mm mattress so it can be carried on foot some distance.

Approximate dimensions:
Rolled up with mattress: 920mm x 300mm
Rolled up without mattress: 1000mm x 150mm, can also be folded flat
Unrolled: 2100mm x 1300mm
Mattress: 50mm x 2000mm x 900mm
Weight: 6kg (including mattress)
Weight: 4.15kg (excluding mattress)

Images show both Lichen and Earth Brown Solo 2.

Swag care instructions
Blog post: The Benefits of Swag Camping

2 reviews for ‘Solo 2’ Traditional Canvas Swag Bedroll Earth Brown

  1. :

    “Fantastic! Communication great and arrived in under 24hrs, beautifully crafted.”
    Jason, Lancashire

  2. 5 out of 5

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    “Very happy a *++++++++++top seller.super fast delivery.”
    Mark, South Yorkshire

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