Kammok Kuhli Pro Weather Shelter

Jan 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Nature can be ferocious and unpredictable, so it’s in your best interest to prepare for the worst. Adventure is out there, but it’s no walk in the park, which is why Kammok’s Kuhli Pro Weather Shelter is an essential piece of gear you should pack to protect you from the harshest weather.

The lightweight, waterproof shelter is composed of ‘Amphibian X’ 15D Silicone/PU/DWR coated fabric, allowing it to hold up against rain, snow, and wind. Inside, it has a reflective interior heat deflector to keep you toasty during cold camping nights. The Kuhli Pro also has 10 reinforced guy out points with convenient cord lock adjustments, making it one of the most versatile tarps for adventure fiends. It provides over 108 square feet of coverage and it’s able to be set up in more than six different configurations. And, all of the shelter’s anchor points are reinforced with Hypalon for protection against high winds. The Kuhli Pro shelter, along with its eight stakes and knot-less cords, fits into a compact stuff sack with water-proofing treatment. You can grab this weather shield now for $199.

Purchase: $199

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