It's always nice to escape into nature, and even though you might like to think of yourself as the next great philosophical nature writer as you head out on the trail for a solo weekend, after a few hours of wandering the woods you're wishing that your friends were with you. Next time load the Klymit Maxfield 4-Person 3-Season tent into one of your buddy's packs and head out to new and exciting trail destinations with the whole team. Spacious enough to fit four people comfortably while staying low on weight, this backpacking tent will be your home away from home as you explore the mountains with friends and family. It's got a spacious front vestibule that 'll easily store everyone's gear, as well as a convenient rear vestibule that'll give you both additional storage and a convenient way to exit the tent without having to step on anyone's toes, neck, arm, or head. The no-see-um mesh sidewalls allow for cooling airflow on warm summer nights, while the easy-to-set-up rain fly keeps everyone protected from windy weather and rainy skies. Four internal storage pockets let everyone keep their headlamps close by, and the innovative roll-style stuff sack ensures that you can work with a clean surface when setting up and taking down your tent.
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Klymit Maxfield 4 Tent: 4-Person 3-Season
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