AirPitch Inflatable Tents by Kelty

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Assembling tents may not be the most difficult task under the sun, but it’s certainly too time consuming when you trying to soak up every moment of the great outdoors. Old pole constructed tents are quickly becoming a thing of the past though with contraptions like this AirPitch Inflatable Tents from Kelty.

The Colorado based company is making old school poles a thing of the past, offering simple, quick set-up and tear-down for your sleeping quarters allowing you to do what you love the most, enjoy time with family and friends while camping. The tents come in your choice of either four or six person offerings, both of which can be purchased through the Amazon online store.

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