Kelty Trail Ridge 8 Tent with Footprint: 8-Person 3-Season

Kelty Trail Ridge 8 Tent with Footprint: 8-Person 3-Season
Kelty Trail Ridge 8 Tent with Footprint: 8-Person 3-Season
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Trail Ridge 8 Tent with Footprint: 8-Person 3-Season by Kelty
Hang a disco ball inside Kelty's Trail Ridge 8 Tent with Footprint and keep the massive cooler outside, because the more people the merrier. This massive body barn features mesh walls for excellent ventilation, a must when sharing a space with seven other people. The fly and floor are both treated with polyurethane and feature fully taped seams to ensure that you stay dry, no matter what is happening in the outside world. Continuous pole sleeves keep everything secure, while color-coded clip and fly connections make set-up that much easier. With the tent's two doors and two vestibules, you won't have to crawl over as many people to get up to use the bathroom in the middle of the night, and your gear should have no problem staying out of the rain. Gearloft loops and internal storage pockets help to keep things organized, though with this many people it might be better to just dump everything out on the ground and sort through it all at the end of the weekend.

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SKU: KEL005X
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