Kelty Gunnison 2.2 Tent

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$199.00 $159.20 (Sale Price)
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Two bikers can enjoy the convenience of two doors and two vestibules in this easy-pitching, lighweight three-season tent. Kelty tents feature easy-access doors and roomy vesitbules along with enough room to sit up in to add comfort to your camping experience. The color coded clip construction provides easy set-up, especially in windy weather. The "ArcEdge" floor remains taut with specially constructed waterproof seams that are up off the ground so that seam leaks will not occur. The addition of side wall-vents and mesh ceiling help keep air flowing to prevent condensation. The polyester rainfly with side-release buckles make for quick, easy tent/rainfly connection. A full-coverage rainfly with multiple vents allows good airflow even when rainfly is fully engaged. Internal pockets keep everything neat and tidy inside the tent. Kelty's attention to detail shows with features such as their noiseless, reflective zipper pulls. Tents come with stakes, guyline cords, and stuff sacks. Free standing.

Color / material: Ruby/tan color.

Fly:  75D 1800mm PU polyester taffeta        

Floor: 1800mm PU polyester taffeta

Wall: 68D 190T polyester taffeta

Capacity: 2 person + gear

Floor area: 37 sq ft. / 3 sq m

Vestibule area: 10.2 sq.ft / 0.9 sq m

Interior peak height: 40 in / 102 cm

Minimum weight without stuff sacks, stakes, or manuals:  4 lb. 14 oz. / 2.21 kg

Weight: 5 lb. 9 oz. / 2.52 kg


Average rating: based on 1 reviews.

An Excellent tent Rating:

Reviewed By: Bob Van Valkenburgh on 7/7/11

I've used the Kelty Gunnison 2.1 for one touring season and am starting on the second. The tent is light for its size, has held up in 30-40 mph winds, is very waterproof, and has no condensation problems so far. With the footprint (I always use it), I have had no water penetration issues through the floor at all. The two vestibules give lots of room for panniers, etc. to stay out of the weather. I use it as a solo tent, but it is big enough to actually sleep two, assuming their gear was in the vestibules. Why 4 stars instead of 5ω It is difficult, if not impossible, to pitch the fly first then the inner tent in the rain, so the inner tent will always get at least damp if it is pouring out. Other than that relatively minor point, I'm completely satisfied.

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