Salewa Litetrek III Tent: 3-Person 3-Season

Salewa Litetrek III Tent: 3-Person 3-Season
Salewa Litetrek III Tent: 3-Person 3-Season
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Litetrek III Tent: 3-Person 3-Season by Salewa
Standard superlight backpacking tents also make great kites when the winds start to blow, with an exception to Salewa's Litetrek III Tent. Its unique, semi-geodesic design assures a stable construction in winds as harsh as ninety kilometers an hour (tested by the Technical University of Munich). Despite this heavyweight protection, the Litetrek retains a slim weight of five pounds, which isn't the lightest option, but it's still suitable for long treks in windy terrain. Other features unique to Salewa's new tents include a vestibule that expands and detracts for more or less gear storage, and different door openings allow you to open or close the door's entire wall for versatile ventilation in less-windy and more sunny conditions.

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SKU: SFW005B
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