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There are currently no people who bought the tent and written a review for this tent: The build and style are nearly identical to the older Kelty Outback. Most campers were delighted with the Outback 2
There are currently no campers who have used the tent and written a review for this tent: The build and style are nearly identical to the older Kelty Outback. There were very few campers dissatisfied with the Outback 2
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The Wireless 2 has two doors and a peak center height of 3' 7, which is a tiny bit less than the average height of the 211 various 2 person tents we have studied. With 29 square feet of room inside, it is significantly smaller than some other 2-person tents, and it would be quite tight for you and, another camper all through the 3-seasons, this tent is recommended for use in, smaller tents like this one often can make an awesome choice for campers that like spending loads of time outside of the tent enjoying the fresh air.
Many of the great things about dome tents are, that they are under normal circumstances lightweight, making them simple to carry. In most all cases, tents used for backpacking are of the dome type. They are generally speaking, freestanding and very straightforward to set up. In good weather, you can do without securing the tent with stakes and ropes, not that this is recommended.
Dome tents are easily the most common of all the various types of tents you will find when camping. They tend to fair better in bad weather than other types, allowing rain to roll off the slanted walls, unlike cabin tents that have flat roofs, resulting in the water pooling on the roof. The most straightforward dome tent should have a rectangular footprint, slanted walls a couple of poles which converge in the center of the roof. Due to their construction, it is usually considered that they are ideal for up to a maximum of 6 campers.
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Kelty's Wireless 2 tent is perfect for bicycle & motorbike camping. Here are a couple of other points not noted above which, were noticed and liked, while reviewing the model: Similar Style and build to the Kelty Outback, Two-vestibule construction for sweet storage space and Shark Mouth duffel for easy pack-up, cross-body transport.
With favorable ratings, and headroom of 3' and 29 square feet of space for sleeping, this tent is like your very own miniature studio. It will allow you to enjoy some real quality time in the outdoors. We found a decent amount of pros about the tent that you can check out above.
If you came to this page looking for recommendations on this actual tent, we consider, it will make for a great buy. In case you simply happened to land on this page while browsing for a new tent having not heard of this brand or this tent model previously, it is probably a good idea to look at some other comparable tents.
Value for money: When contemplating value for your dollar, this tent is unquestionably cheaper than the average price of all the two hundred and ninety-two, two-person tents we have studied, this itself does not make it excellent value for money. We also need to look at other factors in detail, as we do for each tent.
When we determine the score of an individual tent, we look at tons of stuff, looking for points where the tent could excel against other similar tents and where it is not quite as good. On this occasion, with an overall rating of 4.2 and the price details above, one can conclude that with a ticket price of $107.952 The Wireless 2 is a very good buy and astonishingly cheap when compared with similar tents.
The ratings show that the build and size the tent offers were not skimped on to obtain a price tag significantly below the usual price for similar tents. It will make a remarkable choice for nearly all people looking for an adequate three-season dome tent to camp with, that will serve you well for years to come.
|3' 7"||29 sq ft|
|4' 11"||59 sq ft|
|6' 4"||70 sq ft|
Is the tent freestanding?
Yes, It is desirable to use the provided guy lines and stakes to secure it though.
Is a footprint included with the tent?
No, a floor saver is not included free of charge, you can buy one made by Kelty separately though.
Is the tent suitable for backpacking?
No, It is a little heavy for a solo backpacker to lug around, weighing in at 117 Oz. It would be ideal for bikepacking or camping with a motorcycle.
Is the Wireless 2 any good for camping in winter?
No, It is probably best used uniquely for the recommended 3 seasons only.
Does the Wireless 2 tent have storage pockets or a gear loft inside?
Yes, there are places to store your things inside.
Does the Wireless 2 have any vestibules to store things?
Yes, the tent does have 2 vestibules to put your muddy boots and outdoor clothing, etc.
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