When you get the itch to head into the mountains there's not much that can cure it besides a few nights under clear stars far, far from civilization. Toss the Klymit Maxfield 2 Person 3-Season Tent into your pack and hit the trail en route to your favorite secluded spots. Whether you're hiking with a buddy, a significant other, a furry friend, or just want a little extra room (because you deserve it), this two-person tent provides comfortable lodgings during the spring, summer, and fall. Its double-wall design lets you air out with full mesh sidewalls on warmer nights, while the easy-to-set-up rain fly protects you from the elements when it's a bit windy or rainy. A large, multi-point vestibule gives you lots of storage space for extra gear on climbing and mountaineering trips, so you won't wind up having to spoon your climbing rope as you drift off to sleep. Superlight in its construction, this tent is no hassle to toss into your pack, and offers spacious inner storage to help you rest comfortably up in the hills. Plus, it's got an innovative roll-style stuff sack that makes it easy to set up and take down your tent without getting it overly dirty, muddy, or filled with pine needles.
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Klymit Maxfield 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season
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