SlingFin Kahiltna Dome

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Whether you're bunking all-together or using the SlingFin Kahiltna Dome Tent as a base camp, you need a sturdy refuge that comfortably fits your entire group. The Kahiltna has a 12-person capacity and an affinity for intense weather thanks to its durable materials, sturdy poles, and extensive options for access and ventilation. When you're barely making it to camp as a storm rolls in, simply thread the poles into the WebTruss (which won't be bothered by wind), throw on the fly, and set up the rest of the tent from inside the shelter. The fly features Snow Flaps that can be extended or tucked around the WebTruss to reduce spin drift, and the tent body has numerous vents and windows to ensure your group has plenty of ventilation for the activity at hand. The removable floor allows for use as a mess tent or use as part of a snow shelter, and one of the vents is even lined with Nomex (heat-resistant material) so it can be used with an exhaust pipe.

- Backcountry.com

SlingFin Kahiltna Dome

previously retailed for:
$5,749.95

The SlingFin Kahiltna Dome is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2019 at Backcountry.com.

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