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The Kelty TN2 Person Tent is a 3 season backpacking tent for spending the night on the trails. The two person version has two doors, one larger than the other, for ease of entry. The two vestibules offer space for your gear and your partner's and are even functional when the Stargazing Fly™ is in use. When the night sky is clear, drift off to sleep while watching the stars, as the fly can be rolled up half way for your viewing pleasure. If the rain does unexpectedly begin to fall, you can quickly unroll the fly and secure it without having to get out of the tent. Just over 4 pounds never looked so good.
Rated 5 out of
Everything I Expected!Received this awesome tent a few days ago & set it up in the living room. First, I really like the color - I was hoping it was not a bright color. As for setting it up - I watched a video on YouTube which was very helpful. I set it up quickly & knew to make sure the center crossing of the poles was facing down. It is roomy, and the vestibules are a good size. The star gazing feature was easy to fold back. It also fits nicely in my backpack. I was wondering how a square sack would fit but it is a fairly compact size. I haven't gone camping with this tent yet but look forward to using it. I don't foresee any problems as it is very well made. Happy camping!
Date published: 2016-06-10
Rated 4 out of
Super CoolLove this tent!,,Really no gear storage inside, but that's okay.,,Tent itself was pretty light...it's the rain-fly that adds so much weight. the rain-fly is very thick. Super durable.,,The convertible top is one of those design ideas you want to see all tent manufactures incorporate in their design...especially the ultra lightweight ones. Its super cool. This is a great camping tent or backpacking tent if you are splitting the weight.,,Peace
Date published: 2014-04-26
Rated 3 out of
MUST CHECK YOUR PACKAGE WHEN IT ARRIVED.When I get my tent, It should be NEW condition. However It has 2 mesh tent and one pole set. no fly. and one mesh tent has kid crayon inside of tent. you guys should know it is not really new condition. I will return this.,,,,other then that. I gave 3/5. cause I haven't see fly yet. for mesh tent, super easy and quick install. and Dac pole is top brand. so don't need to mention again. there is reason why backpacker's choice. I recommend this tent for some space for one person backpacker. if you are couple backpacker. Yes it will give you enough space(man + women combination.. not for 2 men.) and.. inside of mesh tent, there is not much mesh pocket. very small 2 mesh inner pockets on side. there is no mesh top basket. ,,,,personally I usually bring goalzero solar panels(2 * 13watt). fly cover all poles so I can not hang my solar panel on tent. just for heads-up.
Date published: 2014-04-24
Rated 5 out of
The Bees KneesThis was a great purchase - no regrets. This tent had everything I was looking for in a tent and for a great price. My girlfriend loves the amount of floor space. Its just big enough for two people to be comfortable and compact enough to keep me from rolling too far away at night, which keeps her staying warm. I highly recommend.
Date published: 2014-11-25
Rated 4 out of
Great tentI lived in this tent for three consecutive months and it stood up great even in high winds. However the fly frequently rests on the inner tent right over my head. This didn't end up being a problem, but it made me nervous all the same.