By Editor | July 9, 2014
Ever tried to roll up your tent and then try to stuff it into the usual cylinderical shaped tent bag/sack? Yap, if you’ve done this many times you already know that sometimes if you don’t roll up the tent tight enough, it is going to be difficult to get it in the carrying tent sack.
Well, that problem has been solved by the rectangular storage sack that the Kelty TN2 tent comes with. With the rectangular bag, it is much easier to fold and place the tent inside the carrying bag (comes with short 14-inch section tent poles) and it is also easier to stuff the tent carrying bag into your backpack.
The Kelty TN2 has many admirable features like the ample interior room for two at 28 square foot of floor space along with two large vestibules and doors. You can also roll the fly back and secure it for an airy cool experience (expose mesh tent) while sleeping or hanging out without worrying about the bugs.
The structure of the tent is stiff and the material of the shell is very windproof, so you won’t have to worry about a heavy gust taking your tent down. The TN2 will be able to handle all 3 seasons, whether its rain, gust, dampness or sunshine.
- Stargazing Fly rolls back for unobstructed nighttime views and deploys easily for coverage—without exiting the tent—if the weather changes
- Freestanding? tent body features 2 doors, a color-coded clip design, taped floor seams, mesh wall panels, internal storage pockets and DAC Jake’s Foot mini pole attachments
- Rainfly features 2 vestibules, taped seams, DAC Jake’s Foot attachments, airflow vents, welded clear windows, noiseless zipper pulls and guyout points
- The Kelty TraiLogic TN2 tent comes with aluminum DAC® Pressfit poles that feature a securely fixed, pressed-in ferrule, ensuring the poles will remain strong and reliable
Weight: 4.3 lbs
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