A great entry-level alternative to the low-end tents found at many big box retailers, the Kelty Acadia 4 offers two doors, two vestibules and plenty of overhead room. The Acadia 4 is truly a cost-effective option for family campers.
Ideal for family car-camping, the Kelty Trail Ridge 4 tent delivers reliable 3-season performance at a budget-friendly price. The Trail Ridge 4 offers easy set-up, excellent ventilation and even allows stargazing on clear nights.
An innovative 3-season camping tent, the Kelty Mach 4 utilizes inflatable “AirPoles” in place of traditional poles. A pump is included to make it quick and easy to erect the Mach 4 and enjoy the tent's spacious, feature-rich interior.
With 2 doors and 2 vestibules, the Kelty Granby 4 is a
3-season family camping tent to make everyone happy as they enter and exit
easily. A spacious interior, great ventilation and other smart features make
the tent feel like home.
Updated for 2015! The Kelty Gunnison 4.3 backpacking
tent offers an excellent feature set at an affordable price. With 2 doors, 2
vestibules and internal storage features, the Gunnison 4.3 is a whole lot of
tent for the money you'll spend.
Updated for 2015! Priced to appeal to cost-conscious
backpackers and campers, the freestanding Kelty Grand Mesa 4 double-wall provides
excellent value and performance for 3-season use.
Updated for 2015! The award-winning Kelty Salida 4
three-season tent is an ideal choice for backpackers on a budget. The Salida 4
is easy to pitch and well ventilated. For the price, the Salida 4 is tough to
With its spacious interior, large door and other essential features, the Kelty Como 4 is ready-made for 3-season family camping. Well ventilated, the tent is smartly designed for quick set up and easy comfort in the campground.
Updated for 2015! A budget-friendly option for car
camping in comfort, the freestanding Kelty Yellowstone 4 tent provides
excellent value and reliability for 3-season use.
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.
Backcountry Edge is proud to be an authorized Kelty dealer.
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