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Kelty Lounge Tent for 4 or 6 Campers - Waterproof Tents with Aluminum Poles, Mesh Panels, and Great Gear Storage

This series of tents is aptly named because lounge is what it lets you do in very short order. It’s quick to set up, freeing you to do what you went camping to do: relax by the fire, swim in the lake, or catch a fish for dinner. You won’t be spending hours fighting with the Kelty Lounge tent.

            The Kelty Lounge tent is a three-season tent, meaning it’s comfortable from spring through early fall. Just about the entire roof area is mesh for optimal air flow, but the rain fly sits above to keep you dry or provide some privacy. The fly also comes down to the ground at the tent’s front to create a vestibule for additional gear storage. The tent’s fabric is polyester taffeta and the floor and fly have been coated with polyurethane for waterproofing. Set up is easy thanks to Kelty’s clip and sleeve construction and color-coded aluminum poles. Inside each of these tents are mesh pockets, an organizer wall, a gear shelf plus a gear loft, and a flashlight loop to minimize clutter.
Lounge 6 Tent
            This is the larger of the two tents in the Kelty Lounge tent series. Six adults can sleep in the 112-square-foot space, but only if all their gear is out of the way. The tent measures roughly 11.5x9.75 feet, and has just over six feet of headroom at the highest point. The outside triangular vestibule is about 4.5 feet deep at the tip and 11.5 feet wide at its base next to the tent; the tent’s only door opens directly into the vestibule. There are three poles to support the tent, plus a fourth one for the vestibule.
Lounge 4 Tent
            The Lounge 4 tent is designed to sleep four adults in 64 square feet, but it’s a tight fit. The floor space is about 9 feet by 7.5 feet, with a six-foot interior height, and the vestibule provides an additional 26 square feet of gear storage space. This Kelty Lounge tent requires only three poles for both the tent and fly.
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