The included double-action pump is all you need to get the tent standing
The Kelty Mach 6 includes two sleeping modules connected by a central gear vestibule
The AirPitch series includes the Mach 4 and Mach 6
Kelty AirPitch tents will hit the market next year
Most tents still use solid metal, fiberglass and composite poles, but a few manufacturers, including Nemo, have experimented with inflatable poles to limit packed size and make set-up easier. Now Colorado-based Kelty can be added to their number with its AirPitch tents that leave the irritation of bendy, shock-corded poles in the past. The tents use inflatable poles, which Kelty claims guarantee quick, easy set-up and tear-down. Less time hacking together your shelter means more time spent with your family ... or knocking back a cold one while enjoying the views.
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