Alpkit end of season clearance (10 days only) KANGRI 2 PERSON TENT £210 (3 at a push)
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Alpkit end of season clearance (10 days only) KANGRI 2 PERSON TENT £210 (3 at a push)

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Found 1st Sep 2012
Good deal on a 4 season Geo tent, tied in with it's recent 5 star review in trail magazine.

Wish I had the cash right now! ..hope this helps some of the more serious campers... i'e posted a few of the more choice items here on HUKD, there are others, inc a big exped tent! ..so do have a nosey round.

Specification
DAC NSL Featherlite Green Poles
40D R/S Sil/PU¹ Fly balances packable weight with mountain durability
20D Breathable RS Nylon Inner dries quickly and retains internal tent temperature without extra weight penalty
Fully Taped Seams stops water dead in its tracks
10000mm¹ 70D PU Taped Bath Tub Floor
YKK Zippers for reliability
Duraflex Buckles, reliable, dependable and strong (and easily replaceable if the worst does happen)
Multi Way Zip Doors - allowing limitless door opening combinations
Bar-Tacked Stress Points increases strength and reliability
Sleeps : 2 (3 at a squeeze) Mountaineers
Total Weight (excluding pegs) : 3527g
Minimum Weight* : 3311g
Poles : DAC NSL Featherlite Green
Pole Diameter : 9.6mm
Inner Fabric : 20D RS Nylon
Outer Fabric : 40D RS Sil Nylon¹
Groundsheet : 70D/210T 10,000mm¹
Packed Size (diameter x length) : 190mm x 600mm
Pegs : Ships with 20 Alpkit Candy Canes
•minimum weight is generated by removing all guys and using none of the storage bags.
¹ The Hydrostatic Head of the outer has not been formally tested but the PU coating offers 1500mm while the Silicon coating will add to this. The Groundsheet has a Hydrostatic head of 10,000mm with a PU coating on the inside and outside.

decent pictures on this page... alpkit.com/ten…gri

Availabl in chili red or Kelp green, & take off a tenner if you don't need the candycanes!

4 Comments

Try tesco if you have no dosh

Original Poster

aabarcellos

Try tesco if you have no dosh

no thanks! ..I wouldn't trust one of their tents, would prefer to bivi bag it than go for a tesco play tent.

Have just bought a load of new kit.

Now that looks like a tent that would stay up in a wind, and a good weight for its size.

Mixed reviews on the site and less than favourable. I wouldn't fancy trying to quickly pitch this tent in bad weather.
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