Strong, ultra-reflective cord for guying out your tent.
Ideal for backcountry camping and backpacking, the sturdy Kelty Staff Pole is ideal for erecting and stabilizing tarps and backpacking shelters. The collapsible Staff Pole is 78 inches long when fully extended. Weighs a mere 12 oz.
The lightweight and durable Kelty J-Stake is a
performance upgrade from standard tent stakes. Constructed of high-strength DAC
aluminum, each J-Stake has a long, tapered point that makes staking easy.
The Kelty Guyline Kit is a four-pack of strong, ultra-reflective
Triptease cords for guying out your tent. Each cord is 8 feet long and features
cleat-style adjusters. No more tripping over your guylines in the dark!
Made of lightweight 7001 aluminum, Kelty's No Bendium
II Stake is both strong and lightweight. A hexagonal shape and long
tapered tips allow the stake to secure your tent in almost any type of terrain.
Sold in packs of 6.
The light and durable Kelty Y-Stake is a major performance
upgrade from standard tent stakes. Constructed of high-strength light aluminum,
each Y-Stake has a long, tapered point that makes staking easy in any type of
Weighing just 1 ounce per stake, the Ketly Steel Stake is both strong and lightweight. Measuring 7" in length and sporting a beveled tip for enhanced performance, the Steel Stake is sold in packs of 6.
Extremely helpful for storing, organizing and sheltering small gear
items overhead in your tent, the Kelty Gear Loft is universal, fitting most
tents with gear loft loops.
When you can’t stake your tent because the terrain is just
too tough or sandy, simply fill the triangle-shaped bag of the Sand Bag Stake
with up to 20 pounds of sand and clip to your tent or shelter to stabilize.
The sturdy Kelty Adjustable Pole is ideal for erecting and stabilizing tarps. Adjustable from 80 in. to 99 in., the Adjustable Pole will maximize the effectiveness of your tarp in providing extra backcountry weather protection or shade at the beach.
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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