Seasons 3
Number of Doors 1
Number of Vestibules 1
Capacity 4
Minimum Weight 6 lb 5 oz / 2.86 kg
Packaged Weight 6 lb 14 oz / 3.12 kg
Floor Area 54.4 sq ft / 5.1 sq m
Vestibule Area 12.3 sq ft / 1.1 sq m
Width 80 in / 203 cm
Length 98 in / 249 cm
Height 58 in / 147 cm
Packed Diameter 8 in / 20 cm
Packed Length 26 in / 66 cm
Number of poles 2
Pole Type DAC Press-Fit Poles
Wall Material 68D Polyster Taffeta
Floor Material 68D Polyester Taffeta 1800 mm
Fly Material 75D Polyester Taffeta 1800 mm



I bought this tent for work. I travel five states…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: 3.5 freestanding dome
Sleeps: 4
Ease of Setup: Easy set up. Without fly 5 min. 5 min with fly.
Weight: 4 lbs
Price Paid: $195

I bought this tent for work. I travel five states and will not sleep in a hotel again. I camp at state parks two to four times week every other week. This tent will hold up in really bad rainstorms. If you put the seam seal in all four corners it will be leak free.

I love this tent. I can set this up in ten min. I have been camping since April and I just bought a four season tent, from Eureka Assault 4. I hope it works just as good as this one. I all own a Eureka Soltaire that is a little small, but if it is raining when I get there I can put it together in my van. I love to camp.


The only reason I'm rating this tent four stars instead…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Design: three-season freestanding dome
Sleeps: 4
Ease of Setup: utterly simple
Weight: 7 lbs., 8 oz.
Price Paid: $117.95

The only reason I'm rating this tent four stars instead of five is because there are better tents out there, but you'd have to spend a LOT more money to buy one. It sets up very easily, is indeed waterproof, and is very well made. The person who gave this tent a two star rating does not understand tents intended for backpacking. Backpacking tents don't have hardwood floors, but a good one like this will last for many years if you treat it with respect. Four will be very snug, but room for three plus gear.


Poor quality for the price! We set it up in our living…

Rating: rated 2 of 5 stars
Design: 4 person camping tent
Sleeps: 4
Ease of Setup: easy to set up
Weight: 7 pounds 8 ounces
Price Paid: $150

Poor quality for the price! We set it up in our living room for a test drive before the big trip. The bottom material was very thin. It ripped within minutes! I believe that a stick or stone would have had the same effect.

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Kelty Teton 4


The Kelty Teton 4 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 27, 2012 at Appalachian Outdoors.

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