If you are a family of four looking for a tent that you can really hang out in, the Kelty Frontier 4 Canvas Tent is for you. Take a closer look as this canvas home away from home is not your father's old canvas tent. The easy to set-up, freestanding design provides over seven feet of peak height and the expansive supported vestibule can be kept open to create a screened-in porch or closed up so that you can still utilize this space in the event that the weather turns.
|Length:||9 ft 10 in / 3 m|
|Width:||7.42 ft / 2.26 m|
|Int Peak Height:||86 in / 218.44 cm|
|Capacity - People:||4 Person|
|Weight:||8 lb 3 oz / 3.71 kg|
|Packed Size:||32 x 13 in / 81.3 x 33 cm|
|Material:||Cotton Canvas/210D Polyester|
|Number of Doors:||3|
|Number of Poles:||6 DAC hybrid|
|Floor Area:||73 ft2 / 6.78 m2|
|Vestibule Area:||72.5 ft2 / 6.74 m2|
This is the ultimate base tent. It harken's back to the old Canvas Tents I grew up with, but with a modern design and it's benefits. The clip design makes it very easy to set up once you've practiced once or twice in your yard. (Hint: Stake out the 4 corners of the tent body first) I can set it up by myself in about 8 minutes. Once up, it's easily the most stable basecamp tent I've been in. I had it in 40+ MPH winds in Moab and it barely even moved. Plus, with the Canvas fabric, it stayed very cool in the heat, and was Whisper Quiet. No flapping, rustling, or crumpling to keep you awake. From my observation, the tent is worth the price. Just like the canvas tents of old, it looks set to last for decades. (Just don't put it away wet.) Fun fact: You can drive a 250cc Yamaha 4-Wheeler into the vestibule and close it completely.