User Review: Kelty Windfoil Ultralight
Design: three season end staked arched
Ease of Setup: 2 minutes or less depending on weather
Weight: 4 to 4 1/2 pounds
Price Paid: $130
The Kelty Windfoil Ultralight is by far the most versatile tent I have used to date. The bathtub style flooring has held back water up to 2" deep, and with its ease of setup it makes it the tent of choice for long distance hikes where weight is an issue.I carry this tent in 2 two gallon zip lock freezer bags with the poles separate. This allows me to share the load with my son on our distance hikes, virtually cutting the carry weight in half. Two aluminum poles and approximately 12 ft. in length make this my first choice for people over 6' tall to sleep in and still have room to store (2) 3000 cu.inch packs inside the tent while the vestibule provides enough room for two pairs of shoes and a small stove.