I prefer a tent like this because of the dome quality. It can be a little claustrophobic camping in an A-framed style tent.
- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
Color-coded Easy Set-Up Construction | Noiseless Zipper Pulls
• Easy to Carry
The Trail Tent 2 is easy to carry with its small pack size and lightweight construction. • Easy to Use
Color-code clip construction makes this tent a cinch to set up and take down. • Stay Safe, Warm, and Dry
The Trail Tent 2 will keep the water out with its full coverage rain fly and taped, waterproof seams. No matter the task, the Slumberjack Trail Tent 2 is ready to get the job done. Slumberjack has a reputation for quality products, and the Trail Tent 2 is no exception. Built with high quality materials to keep the elements out and the comfort in. The floor and fly is constructed of high quality 75D Polyester 1200 mm.
The Trail Tent 2 has all the features: noiseless zipper pulls, color-coded clip construction, quick side-release buckle tent-fly connection, guyout points, internal storage pockets, vestibule area, full-coverage rain fly, and much more. This tent is light yet sturdy; a great design for emergencies, backpacking, or any camping trip.
- What's in the Box?
What's In-the-Box?Emergency Basics :
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- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: EB0150 Brand: Kelty Dimensions (LxWxH): 84"x52"x41" Net Weight: 6 lbs 5 oz Product Series: No
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