The Kelty LumaCamp lantern delivers modern LED brightness (170 Lumens) and performance. The LumaCamp has a durable, freestanding plastic body and a hook-shaped bail allows it to be easily hung up at your campsite.
The anodized aluminum Kelty LumaTech backpacking lantern utilizes a 1-Watt LED bulb to provide reliable, bright illumination. A hook-shaped bail allows the LumaTech to be hung up easily inside your tent or at your campsite.
A truly innovative lighting option for camping trips or backyard recreation, the streamlined Kelty LumaPivot LED lantern provides pivoting 360-degree illumination. Two independent panels enable you to direct light wherever you need it.
The versatile Kelty Flashback is a unique 2-in-1 lighting source for backpacking and camping. Measuring 6” x 2.75” x 2.75” and weighing just 10 ounces, the collapsible Flashback doubles as a flashlight and a lantern.
Thanks to the Kelty LumaSpot Rhythm, your campsite just got a lot more fun! The LumaSpot Rhythm is not just a functional lantern and spotlight but also doubles as a speaker for your MP3 with an integrated “disco” color-changing feature.
Thanks to the Kelty LumaSpot Mini, nighttime in your campsite just got a lot more interesting! The LumaSpot Mini is not just a functional lantern and spotlight but also has a fun multi-colored “disco” light setting.
A bright (140 Lumens) and innovative option for camping trips or backyard recreation, the Kelty LumaTwist LED lantern provides pivoting 360-degree illumination. Two independent panels enable you to direct light wherever you need it.
The lightweight, compact Kelty Flashback Mini is a unique 2-in-1 lighting source for backpacking and camping. Measuring 5.25” x 2.25” x 2.25” and weighing just 7 ounces, the Flashback Mini doubles as a flashlight and a lantern.
The Kelty LumaTrail backpacking lantern provides bright and reliable illumination. The LumaTrail has a durable, weather-resistand plastic body and a hook-shaped bail for easy hanging inside your tent or at your campsite.
Kelty has been a leader in the backpacking equipment industry for more than 50 years. In 1952, Dick Kelty began building backpacks for his friends in the Sierra Club. His ideas of using hipbelts and lightweight aluminum frames allowed Kelty and his friends to carry heavy loads longer, farther and with less pain for a happier wilderness experience. Today, Kelty continues to innovate.
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