First shipment of our new Alpkit Mountain Tents has just left our factory. With 3 tents in the range there is a model for every high altitude adventure possible. Sprawl in comfort with all your equipment in the hugh Heksa on the valley floor. Recuperate at higher camps in the Zhota before making for the summit in the Kangri.
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The Alpkit mountain tent range comprises three models based around a common series of design criteria. Every tent is structured around a geodesic pole configuration offering unrivaled space vs overall strength. The outer fabric is a 40D Ripstop PU/Siliconised Nylon, chosen for its lightness, strength and resistance to UV. The nylon groundsheet has a PU coating of 10,000mm to resist ingress of moisture. Throughout the tent are subtle features designed to make campsite life easier. Rated hang tabs and pockets throughout the inner make sure you can keep your equipment where it is needed. Multiway zips, storage tabs and pockets make the doors the most versatile available. The current prices are estimates and may well go up or down depending on final landed costs.
The three models include:
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