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About Kelty Salida

For those overnight trips for four of you or if two of you just want to spread out, you need the Kelty Salida 4 Tent. Featuring higher side wall protection, the Salida 4 Tent boasts 11 square feet of vestibule space and a roomy interior. Free standing and easy to set up, the Salida 4 Tent is backpack compatible with poles that fold compactly and a roll top cube carrying bag. Internal storage pockets and gearloft loops give you plenty of storage for all of your stuff.

Kelty Salida Features

  • Backpack friendly compact folding poles
  • Roll top cube carry bag
  • Easy set up, free standing
  • Easy entry D door
  • Color coded clip and fly attachment
  • Fully seam taped construction
  • Internal storage pockets
  • Gearloft loops
  • No-see-um mesh, fabric walls

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Weirdest Tent I've Seen...But I Like It


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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
GREGORY N  Great tent at a great price! I liked the two sleeping compartments - one for the kids, one for me and the wife. I like using the center portion to store all of our bear friendly gear (i.e. no cooking gear or food)!
Jennifer M  Does the Shiro 4 have a rain fly?
GREGORY N  No it does not - just make sure the windows and vents are zipped shut. I have had this tent in the rain, and it does not leak. One thing that you should be careful about is the fact that there is no floor. You sleep in "sleeping pods" or "sleeping compartments." I have really enjoyed this tent, and I think it would make a good decision for a basecamper, family sleeping tent.
DAVID Z  Not like a traditional tent. The structure itself is he rain fly. The pods sit Inside and don't touch it. I'm not sure how well it will work In a downpour.
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