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Kelty Trail Ridge 4 - 4 Person Tent

by Kelty

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  • 3-season, 4-person tent with 55.25 square feet of living space
  • Unique steep-walled design creates more interior volume
  • Polyester rainfly and ArcEdge nylon floor with taped seams
  • Color-coded clip construction; mesh side walls; gear loft loops
  • Interior storage pockets; packaged weight of 11 pounds 4 ounces
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Product Description

The Kelty Trail Ridge 4 sleeps 4 campers and uses a combination of varying pole diameters to create a singularly strong and roomy tent frame with an interior that maximizes the available useable living space. With 2 doors and 2 vestibules entry is easy and storage space is plentiful. The full coverage fly surrounds and protects the tent occupants (you). The fly even has added Fly Vents to help control condensation. The aforementioned frame is made of sturdy but light aluminum and is shockcorded for your convenience. And because it is Freestanding it is even easier to set up.2 large doors for convenient exit or entry.DAC aluminum DA-17 shockcorded poles.Lots of mesh helps keep condensation to a minimum.Freestanding design is very simple and quick to set up.Side release buckles attach fly to body for fast easy set up.Noiseless zipper pulls will be appreciated on a windy night.Post and grommet type assembly with locking pole tips for convenience.Set up is with simple and easy with all clip construction.Easy color coded clip assembly.Large mesh panels on the tent walls means great ventilation.Guyouts points on the fly help stabilize the tent in windy weather.Multiple mesh storage pockets help with overall interior organization.Gear loft included.All carry sacks and stakes included.Includes convenient flashlight loop on the ceiling.Fire retardant.Import.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007N2AIXM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
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This tent has been absolutely great.
Colin B. Gast
We are extremely happy with this tent and will be using it more often than not on our future trips.
KAV
Quick and easy set up and take down.
Peter L. Babinski

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By KAV on February 3, 2012
Color Name: Grey/Putty Verified Purchase
We have more than a few Kelty products in our camping arsenal so when we were looking for a mid-size tent to go along with the backpacker and the big Eureka and saw this Kelty in our price range, we had to check it out. After reading reviews on other sites we decided to give it a try and last summer it was the only tent we ended up using after we received it. From our experience:

Pros:
1) Like I said, great value! You can pretty much spend whatever you want on a tent, meaning if you are inclined to blow $800, there's a tent out there for you. The fact is, UNLESS you are looking to camp on top of snow in the dead of winter, I think most people are like us and can get away with a good 3 season tent. This one fits the bill and is available for well under $200.
2) Set up - I expected the first time out of the box for this thing to take me about 20 minutes or so. I've set up plenty of tents in the past and it usually takes that long just to get all the parts in place. I also try to set them up on my own the first time out just to see what it's like. Anyway, I dumped this thing on the ground and literally had it up in under 10 minutes. I can't find any faults in that respect. It also packs really small so in the carry bag provided you can fit the footprint (recommended), a small tarp for inside (I always put a tarp over the floor to protect it and for extra waterproofing), extra stakes, hammer, etc..
3) In use - while we had mostly good weather, there were a few tricky nights. Specifically one night on the coast of Maine a storm rolled thru with high winds and sheets of rain. Not a drop got in and, though I was up half the night watching over things, my wife slept soundly. We really feel the overall quality of the tent is excellent.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Colin B. Gast on June 5, 2012
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This tent has been absolutely great. The tent has enough room inside for our queen size, double thick air mattress plus luggage. We went through a very crazy thunderstorm in Florida in this tent where it rained all night with not one leak. It's a bit too big for a back-packing tent, but for all other use, this tent is the best I've ever owned.

The rain fly is huge, covers the whole tent. Has a couple of vents you can close in case of a storm like we got.
The poles are very good quality.
The zippers function well, no issues.
The floor of the tent feels super thin like it would tear easily, but it hasn't. Must be a good material.

The setup is pretty easy and doable by yourself. I'd recommend setting it up once at home to figure it out so you're not fumbling around in the dark trying to understand the clips for the small poles. But once you've done it once, it's cake.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Magnum Opus on August 25, 2012
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The good:

Easy to set up by one person, full-to-the-ground rainfly, light color helps in sunny weather, good ventilation. Comes with an overhead storage loft (tie-on, no clips) and four wall storage pockets.

The bad:

Interior dimensions are substantially smaller than the advertised dimensions.

ADVERTISED size is 6'10" (82") x 8'1" (97").

MEASURED internal floor size is 6'4" (76") x 7'6" (90").

So a Large or Extra-Large 77-inch-long sleeping pad can only lay parallel to the doors.

The floor has a taped seam running from end to end; also, it is not a tub floor but an 'arc edge'. Seam sealing recommended!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Dilip Ramachandran on May 30, 2011
Color Name: Grey/Putty Verified Purchase
it was really easy to set up and has so much room inside. the rain fly has to be up to stake the tent in and make it wind stable. it is really big though. we wanted to use it as a roomy 2 person tent but the additional amount of air made it harder to heat up.

the other thing was that it rained a lot when i used it and it also started snowing and I woke up to water dripping through the rain fly and into the tent. It wasn't a ton but probably enough drops through the night to provide discomfort to me.

i think it will be an excellent tent for the summer weather as it is very airy and has plenty of changing and storage space.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dot on November 15, 2012
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I am impressed with this tent. It was easy to set up. The clips make it fast to set up and take down. The fly is big and probably the most challenging part of the set up if you are by yourself. The tent bag is a great size and it is easy to repack the tent, poles, stakes, and any accessories(footprint). I did not have to fight with the bag or make sure I rolled it perfectly to get it back into the bag. I like the the majority of the tent is mesh which is great for Florida camping all year long. My favorite feature is the 2 doors which makes it easier to get in and out without stepping on someone else. The doors are large and these is a lot of headroom and though you cannot standup straight there is plenty of room to change clothes. There are also 4 storage pockets and a gear loft which was included. Also there appears to be 2 different models of this tent out there one with a solid door and one with a small window at the top of the doors. I received the one with the small window which I was hoping for because in Florida more ventilation is always good. I plan on using this tent to sleep 2 most of the time and 3 if needed. Four would be very tight and there would be no room for gear or personal space. My general rule is take the number of people a tent claims to have room for and subtract 1.
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