Light enough to carry, strong enough to cope, the Kangri carefully balances durability, strength and weight to deliver a structure that will cope with the harsh conditions you may face on your expedition. Based on the classic 4 pole geodesic structure the Kangri is light enough to provide shelter even at the most remote camps, whilst offering spacious internal space.
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© Alpkit, Sep 2011
The premium DAC NSL Featherlite aluminium poles are up to 15% lighter than a comparable traditional strength pole, the 40D Sil Nylon outer is strong enough to provide protection from elements and heavy handed sherpas!! Kangri is a 2 person 4 season mountain tent, packed with internal features to make tent living, even in the harshest of environments, vaguely pleasant. There isn't a detail that has been overlooked on this tent and the culmination is a tent packed ready for anything.
The Kangri comes shipped with 20 Candy Cane pegs, unless you have your own already, in which case we knock down the price by £10.
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