The Kelty Gunnison 2.2 is a 2-person, 3-season tent that is fully-featured with plenty of room for two. The Gunnison 2.2 offers abundant mesh and fly vents for excellent ventilation, two doors and two vestibules for convenience, and an included gear loft for extra storage.
|Length:||7 ft 9 in / 2.36 m|
|Width:||4.75 ft / 1.45 m|
|Int Peak Height:||40 in / 102 cm|
|Capacity - People:||2 Person|
|Weight:||5 lb / 2 kg 268 g|
|Packed Size:||22 x 8 in / 56 x 20 cm|
|Material:||68D Polyester/70D Nylon|
|Tent Footprint:||Kelty Grand Gunnison 2.2 Tent #2793|
|Number of Doors:||2|
|Number of Poles:||2 Hubberd|
|Floor Area:||37 ft2 / 3 m2|
|Vestibule Area:||10.2 ft2 + 10.2 ft2|
Awesome results. Just got back from a 10 day camping trip across South Dakota. We got stormed on every night with 1/4" hail and 50 mph winds. Not a drop of water made it into this tent. Plenty of room inside for my pack, while my boots and rain gear also stayed dry outside under the rain fly. I carried all my gear and this tent packs up nice and small (including the ground cloth). I do keep the poles packed separate on the outside sleeve. The aluminum poles stood up well in comparison to others on the trip with fiberglass that fractured under the high winds. I'm not sure how well two people would fit but for me 6'1"-225 it is perfect.
bought this because I have a couple of Kelty backpacks that I think the world of. Just went with the gut feeling and turned out to be right. It wasn't till after using it a couple of times that I relized the rainfly was made wrong. Mine doesn't have the windows, am I going to complain? No I would prefer not to have them. So far its been great, can set up blindfolded, has never leaked, condensation hasn't been a problem. If you want buy the matching ground cover, if you want to realy lighten your pack by leaving the tent body and just taking the groundcover & fly. I'm thinking of replacing the aluminum stakes with titanium ones.