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Grab the Easton Mountain Products Kilo Carbon 2 Ultralight Tent for to shed serious pounds off your backpacking load without skimping on stability or waterproof performance. Clocking in at under three pounds, this two-person, three-season tent uses Carbon Ion poles for class-leading, ultra-light performance and strength.

A full mesh body provides ventilation and insect protection during mid-summer months when temps skyrocket and bugs are a major nuisance. In addition, the tent features a vestibule outside its single door for storing gear and footwear under the cover of the included rain fly. Multiple pockets and accessory loops provide functionality for storing and hanging camping gear and accessories.

The included rain fly easily attaches to the tent body with quick-attach, hook-and-loop tabs, ensuring protection against spontaneous storms. A waterproof bathtub floor and fully taped seams block outside water from soaking through from below. High-strength aluminum stakes and five guy lines secure this tent in howling winds and serious storms.

  • Carbon Ion poles with quick-clip hooks
  • Full mesh tent body
  • Single door and gear vestibule
  • Pockets and accessory loops
  • Rain fly with hook-and-loop tabs
  • Bathtub floor, fully taped seams
  • Double-wall construction
  • Aluminum stakes, five guy lines

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Kilo Carbon 2 person

    This tent failed (pole failure) on the 2nd trip out. Due to the way the pole system is set-up it was impossible to use the pole repair sleeve while out in the woods and therefore, I had to tape sticks to the pole in the middle of a rain storm. Furthermore, the sides of the fly sag immensely in cold weather to the point of touching the side of the tent . The clip that holds the guy wires in place on the fly slowly slip throughout the night adding to the slack. The lack of ventilation causes the condensation to build up and drip on the occupants during the night. While I really enjoyed this tent, these structural problems impeaded the functioning of the tent And were too great to overlook.

    Unanswered Question

    It this tents look like my photo,or like yours?

    Does this tent include a footprint? If not, is one available to purchase? Thank you

    Jared, can you advise on the weight (ounces) of the footprint?


    Using As a Solo Tent

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This is a great item that I use as a solo tent. I am 6 foot 5 and it would be a little tight to fit two people. I appreciate that you get good strength with so little weight, just a shade over 2 pounds. I haven't camped in wet conditions yet and so look forward to see it hold up in poor weather.


    Great tent

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Used this tent for my trekking trip to Torres del Paine in Chile. Incredibly easy to install and pack. Very light. my girlfriend and I had alot of space inside but without backpacks. Highly recomended. worth the money.

    are you sure you've got the right tent? I've used the kilo for a few years now, and there's barely enough space for 2 people. Best light weight tent I've seen so far, but there's certainly not any room for gear.