Kelty® Grand Mesa 3 Three Person Backpacking Tent
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- Lightweight and functional 3 season tent for backpackers
- Versatile design sleeps 3
- Works as well out on the trail as the campground
- 8+ square feet of vestibule area for dry entry and gear storage
- Quick and easy setup - DAC Pressfit poles and color-coded clip construction
- 68D polyester walls with No-See-Um Mesh wall panels for great ventilation
- 68D polyester floor with taped seams and 1800 mm coating
- 75D polyester rainfly with 1800 mm coating, taped seams, fly vents, and guyout points
- Gear loft loops and internal storage pockets
- Noiseless zipper pulls
- Side release connection between tent and rainfly
A lightweight and functional backpacking tent that sleeps 3, the Grand Mesa 3 backpacking tent from Kelty delivers 3 season protection for the trail or campground. Comfortable and well ventilated, the Grand Mesa 3 sets up quickly and easily with its DAC Pressfit poles and color-coded clip construction. Durable 68D polyester walls feature No-See-Um Mesh upper panels for great ventilation, while the 68D polyester floor features taped seams and 1800 mm coating to keep you dry. Connected to the tent with a simple side release, the 75D polyester rainfly features an 1800 mm coating and taped seams to block out rain and other precipitation. The rainfly also creates 8.75 square feet of vestibule area for dry entry into the tent and protected gear storage. The Grand Mesa also offers gear loft loops and internal storage pockets for equipment, noiseless zipper pulls, and guyout points on the rainfly to stabilize the tent in less-than-ideal weather. Fly vents. Single door design. Dimensions: 7'4"L x 6'2"W x 5'9"H. Carry weight: 5 lbs. 12 oz. Imported.
Manufacturer model #: 40811813.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1
Rated 4 out of 5 by Gnashdog 67 Degree sweat box
I picked the Kelty GM3 to replace an older dome which is 2lbs heavier and more involved in set up. I am happy with the over-all performance and hikeability of the tent, however we were rained on and once the fly got wet it clung to the no see um screen and that was all she wrote. I looked at the outside temp the next morning and it was 67, had no way of telling the inside temp, i'll guess 82. but we sweat all night long in the poor ventilation. And yes. I guyed and staked out the fly. I'll be going out again in mid June and seriously doubt there will be rain in Oklahoma by then but over all I did like the product.
May 27, 2014
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