Vaude Low Chapel L XT 2P

Vaude Low Chapel L XT 2P

Roomy tent for trekkers and backpackers who want more comfort. Quick to pitch. Very large vestibule. 3 entrances.

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The opinion of Aventure Nordique

For those who like sleeping perpendicular to the entrance: lightweight, extra roomy 3-season tent with steep walls and 2 entrances for trekkers and backpackers who want more comfort. Very fast and easy to pitch, even in rain, thanks to the pre-attached inner tent (double pitching). The vestibule is large enough to store large trekking packs and comfortably cook in. For optimal air circulation you can rely on the slightly curved edges at the floor of the flysheet and the weather-proof vent openings.

Suitable for :

  • Trekking

  • Bike Travel – Moderate

  • Hiking Ambitious

  • Mountaineering

Technical details

Manufacturer Vaude
Product name Low Chapel L XT 2P
Season 3 season
Capacity 2 people
Form Tunnel tent
Freestanding Semi self-supporting
Frame Aluminum
Floor area 7,3 m²
Area 2,9 m²
Inner tent area 225 x 130 cm
Height inner tent 115 cm
Number of doors 1 door
Vestibules 1 Vestibule
Total weight 3700 g
Folded size 55 x 25 cm
  • Flysheet: 100% Polyester; 30 D Ripstop Silicone / Polyurethane coated 3.000 mm
  • Inner tent: 100% Polyester; 30 D Ripstop
  • Floor: 100% Polyamide; 70 D Polyurethane coated 7.000 mm
  • Poles: Pressfit Al 7001 11,1/9,5 mm 
Additional information
  • 2 vestibules
  • 1 very roomy vestibule
  • 3 entrances
  • comfortable entrance area
  • ventilation protected from rain, can be adjusted through the front zip
  • curved fly and Inner tent for improved ground ventilation
  • spacious inner area
  • very easy to set up with pole clip system
  • external poles
  • crosswise-sleeper design inner tent
  • 14 Pegs
  • 6 Guylines
  • Tent footprint: 7,3 m²
Warranty 2 years
Country of Manufacture China


Note Moyenne 7 / 10 1 Avis
good tent but....
Avis de raffaella150 le 17/04/2024
i tried recently this tent by the ligurian see and i have some usefull informations.
first of all, it is REALLY a 2person tent, not as usual 1+backapcks, the dimension of the porch can easy contain a full mounted race bike, on the floor of course and the second porch can contain the backpacks.
impermeability is perfect, at least for a series of non-continuous daily rain, even a slight hail doen's represent an issue (yes, i got it)
easy and fast to pitch alone in any situation but more difficult to take down alone, mostly in a windy/rainy weather, when speed is essential to keep the interior dry.
it's a semi selfstanding tent, i preferred a more geodesic one but all of them are for vertical enter, while i prefer a perpendicular enter and mostly even heavier.
the ventilation was enough to dry the inside only in "normal" humidity conditions, i loved the ropes to hang out to dry cloths, one outside, one inside the sleeping area plus the hooks inside where to set a cieling net (one squared for the big agnes) where i put instead other 2 lines.

what i don't like.
i encountered a very very very extremely humid night weather, so humid that the tent was already soaked inside without any of my contribution, and i notice that the fabric loses any type of tension, it relaxes excessively, to the point of having to pull and loosen the tie rods excessively between day and night, this sort of relaxation happens also when the humidity comes back to normal levels, and creates this annoying "bags" in the front roof and walls.
i need to see the behaviour of the fabric in a 5 days rain, just like last august 2023 in Zermatt, where it snew too.
i anyway temporary solved with big/hooked elastic rods but this is not an option if you are travelling by foot, so i will probably change all rods with the correspondant elastic one, hoping in a decent not-too-high extra weight (the tent WEIGHT 4kg, without bag + its standard pieces).
the pegs. i give up with the dotation pegs of ANY tent and i will use my favourite ones, heavier because in steel, but able to penetrate also terrains for campers, a simple carpenter's nail, 25cm long, with washer.
anyway, this tent is perfect for 2 person who can share the load or for bike travellers who need to protect the bike inside (and the trailer too), too heavy and (yes i know it's strange to say) too spacey for a single person, unless you are in a constantly wind/rain/cold environment and in need of lot of protected space where to sit, cook and store stuff.

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