Kelty Horizon 2 Tent

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Product Description Item No.   10333251

The freestanding Kelty Horizon 2 Tent is a lightweight, backpacker focused shelter loaded with user-friendly design elements. Kelty Built with an all-in-one hubbed pole structure, color coded connections and clip-on attachment points, pitching this tent is a breeze. For maximum breeze levels, use your trekking poles to turn the front door into a shade covered porch. Packing down to under 4 lbs, this is Kelty's lightest 2 person tent. Maximize enjoyment on your next adventure with this ultra cozy and reliable lightweight shelter from Kelty.

FEATURES of the Kelty Horizon 2 Tent

  • Stargazing Fly
  • Hybrid tent body and fly construction
  • Single wall/double wall design
  • Cube carry bag
  • Freestanding design
  • All-in-one hubbed pole design
  • Kelty Hug Clip
  • Kelty Connect pole connection
  • Fully seam taped construction
  • No-see-um mesh ceiling, door and vent
  • Wall pockets
  • Guyout points
  • Awning vestibule
  • Fully seam taped construction
  • Kelty Connect fly attachment

- + Product Specifications
Tent Floor Fabric: 70D Nylon
Tent Rainfly Fabric: 40D Sil Nylon, 1800 mm
Features: Double Wall, Vestibule, Free Standing
Weight: 69 oz
Dimensions: 84 x 52/43 x 43 in.
Packed Dimensions: 15 x 12 x 3 in.
Minimum Trail Weight: 3 lbs 10 oz
Floor Area: 28 Square Feet
Vestibule Area: 9 square feet
Number of Poles: 2
Tent Pole Material: Aluminum
Best Use: Camping, Backpacking
Sleep Capacity: 2
Seasons: 3-Season
Number of Doors: 1


Asked by: hi octaine LEE
Hiya hi-octaine LEE, thanks for the question! Trail weight usually refers to the weight of ONLY the tent body, rain fly, and poles. Packed weight refers to how much the entire tent package weighs when you purchase it - including tent body, fly, poles, stakes, guy lines, stuff sacks, and other accessories such as pole repair sleeves or patch kits. The difference between the two typically hovers somewhere between 5 and 8 ounces. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Alice in Wanderland
Date published: 2017-08-27
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