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Kelty Frontier 4 - Tiendas de campaña de túnel, color gris

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  • Uso: 3 estaciones
  • Peso: 18,7 kg

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Descripción del producto

Kelty Frontier 4 Person - 3 Season Canvas Tent - Putty

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Información sobre el producto
Tamaño4 personas
Altura13 pulgadas
Longitud28 pulgadas
Peso22.2 kilogramos
Anchura14 pulgadas
Temporada3 estaciones

Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 218,4 x 299,7 x 226,1 cm ; 17 Kg
  • Número de modelo del producto: 40814512
  • ASIN: B005W1FXX6
  • Producto en desde: 19 de agosto de 2013

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10 de 10 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I really want to like this tent more 30 de mayo de 2015
Por Talented Novice - Publicado en
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I really want to like this tent more. It's a great design and the canvas material is very durable compared to the common nylon. The down side is that the middle wall separating the vestibule area and the sleeping area is just netting. You can't close this off with a solid material, so it can get a little breezy at night and can't keep heat in if you encounter a cooler night. This also means you can't change clothes without people sitting in the vestibule area being able to see you.

Update: I broke one of the pole connectors (metal sleeve) while putting it up for the 3rd time. Didn't force it, it simply split under tension. This is a defect that I'm sending to Kelty to repair. I was doing a test setup before going on a trip, so I'm lucky that this didn't happen while out camping. Dropping a star.

Update 2: The good people at Kelty fixed/replaced the broken tent pole in about 2 weeks, no questions asked. I'm giving them back a star for customer service on what is otherwise a good product.
4 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Taj MaTent 1 de noviembre de 2015
Por James Rolph - Publicado en
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I love my Kelty Frontier 4! This is the Taj Mahal of tents. The main section easily accommodates two oversize cots for my wife and I, leaving plenty of wander-around space in between. If you were four people with sleeping bags, you could easily fit into this area as well. The entry/vestibule section is also quite large as well as versatile. The end door can be opened completely and, if you have a couple of awning poles. can be guyed out to create an awning. Having doors on the end as well as both sides means you can set up with any orientation and still enjoy easy access.

The canvas material really does keep rain out. I was able to give it a good test this weekend experiencing a good hard rain along with strong winds. The tent offers many staking and guyout points, so held up extremely well. I would trust this shelter in any of the rather harsh conditions we can experience here in the desert Southwest. There are many ventilation options, so I would not anticipate any issues with interior condensation. The many windows are huge, and offer a lot of versatility for cooling and venting the tent interior.

The tent sets up easily. I was able to do it by myself in about 20 minutes the first time. The fabric is well supported and nice and taut- a major advantage when winds are blowing. The window screening is no-see-um fine, yet offers views outside when open.

For the low price currently being offered on Amazon, I recommend you grab one of these while you can!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good tent; a couple of oddities 28 de mayo de 2013
Por J. Sirovatka - Publicado en
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I use this for a 1-person car camping tent. I'm 5'5" and can set this up by myself in 20 minutes or so. The huge, overwhelming advantage to this tent is the fact that it is canvas. One can zip down the windows for breeze and a view, or zip them up for privacy and insulation. This is far better than having to manipulate a fly. Pitching the tent is also easier without having to throw a fly over the whole thing.

The tent is nice and spacious -- two cots would fit easily into the sleeping area, maybe three. As the previous reviewer mentioned, the door between the sleeping area and the vestibule is just a screen, which is odd. Also, there are no pockets in the middle of that screen door like the Kelty video shows (maybe only for the 6-person tent)? There are only two places to hang things, both right in the front of the vestibule area. Make sure and bring organizers with you if that is important.

In my mind, the nice canvas design overwhelms these minor issues.

Update Spring 2014: I have since moved to Kodiak Canvas Flex-Bow 4-Person Canvas Tent, Deluxe, as it is easier to put up as an individual and is extremely sturdy. Look at this as an option as well.
1 de 1 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Love that it is canvas 20 de abril de 2016
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en
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Love that it is canvas. However the first time we tried to put it up, one of the legs bent and broke and could not be fixed. It would have been a great tent had the bars/legs been made of better material. They seemed closer to a plastic then a mettle material. It is also very heavy so they should have considered that aspect when designing the tent. I had to send it back 2 days before the trip.
I ended up buying the REI Kingdom 4 tent which I had also been researching. It's lite and worked for wind, rain and sun. Also the bar/legs were made of a much stronger mettle content.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great summer tent! (Hopefully) 23 de noviembre de 2015
Por A. Reader - Publicado en
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Edited to add: taken this out in 3 seasons now and it's failed. It's going to be an amazing summer tent. But with a light (1 can of waterproof spray) and seam sealer this thing leaked like a sieve on its first spring trip. Even with a make do rain fly thrown on (after initial leaks) we had puddles in the main cabin after a few hours of rain. What a fail kelty.

"Amazing 2 season tent"
What were you thinking Kelty?!?! I used this tent for the first time over the past weekend and what a huge disappointment. The size is great. The quality is all there. Its waterproof and sturdy and fairly easy to set up once you understand where everything goes. Pro Tip for disassembly: make sure you open some windows to get the air out when rolling it up.

Its spacious and large and plenty of room to move around in. The covered entry is nice to keep rain off. I guess in theory snow too. But in practice: you do not want to bring this tent anywhere near a camp site that has temperatures under 40 or 50 unless you like your tent being approximately ambient temperature. In fairness to kelty they only claim this a 3 season tent. And I also spent only about 10 minutes packing snow around the vestibule. I should have repacked it regularly, but:

THERE IS NO DOOR BETWEEN THE TENT AND VESTIBULE. Yes there is a bug screen. But the vestibule, that doesnt have a floor, and doesnt drape on the ground (i.e. theres a gap of an inch all around) lets in an unbelievable amount of air. Gaps in the floor and velcro attachment of the material door on the vestibule mean a whole lot of air will be getting into the living quarters. That will be amazing for Summer and Spring maybe even Fall someplaces. But I took this tent out for a fall camping trip in the mountains where the temperature was unseasonably cold. (It was predicted at 40's at night and 60's during the day and ended up being a high of mis 30's during the day.) This tent was a nightmare. I don't understand why they wouldnt have put an optional door separating the vestibule from the living area. Also the lack of gear hooks makes it impossible to hang a blanket or similar.

Why didn't you guys put the material velcro flap thats on the vestibule that covers the bug screen on the living part? That makes so much more sense. YOU PUT THE DOOR ON THE PART WHERE PEOPLE WANT TO SLEEP. Why would you put it on a vestibule thats cold and doesnt insulate or trap air at all??

Kelty is a great company and I own a lot of their gear. So I hate to be so negative about such a well made product from a company I trust. But I have never ever in my whole life wished a tent designer so much bad fortune as I did the three nights I spent last weekend in the Sierra Nevada's in the Fall in this poorly designed tent. Its really just that one feature. We had a tent heater going to warm it up a few minutes before we went to bed. For safety we turned off when we got into the tent after a few minutes. No exaggeration, within 2 minutes of it being off the tent was exactly the same temperature as outside. And that was with everything as tied down and sealed up as possible. That was the first night of me packing/sealing the gaps with snow. And velcro-ing everything down that could be. I guess the good news the tent almost assuredly vents 100% of carbon monoxide.

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