Slate packs a punch in the grid department, it's grid can handle any style and comes with a set of helpful mixins that allow you to very quickly build common layouts in just one line of SASS.
Slates grid system is based on the Profound Grid. For the most part, Profound's documentation is compatible, but we have made a few modifications and enhancements.
Whilst this isn't recommended due to the amount of code it will add to the style sheet, you can generate a set of column, push and pull classes. However, it's recommended that you use a tool on your production build that will strip out unused classes to save space.
The example above will generate 12 columns with row classes to separate them. It will also stack them up at the $bp-medium breakpoint. You can use these to construct your layout: