WHEN WE FIRST INTRODUCED the Keron, it quickly became – and remains today – the standard tent for polar expeditions because of its superb durability, excellent stability in high winds, roomy interior, and simplicity. These same traits have made Keron and Keron GT models ongoing favourites of anyone wanting a tent that is exceptionally sturdy yet relatively light in weight, that will work for any situation, and that will handle many years of use. This includes both “professionals” – mountain guides, forest rangers, search and rescue teams, military special operations units, and the like – as well as families, hikers and other “regular” users.
Both Keron and Keron GT models are admirable choices for any backcountry adventure, from demanding, extended winter expeditions, to long or short rambles in mountains and/or forests, to casual coastal jaunts, to relaxed overnight camping outings in your local recreation area.
The extended vestibule, GT versions are especially good choices for dog mushers and cycle tourers because the extra large vestibule allows plenty of storage space for sled or bike equipment. In fact, you can park two bicycles in the Keron 4 GT’s vestibule!
“Keron” means “grouse” in Sami, the language of the people indigenous to northern Scandinavia.
Minimum Weight: 4.0 kg/8 lbs 13 oz
Packed Weight: 4.7 kg/10 lbs 6 oz
Outer tent fabric: Kerlon 1800
Poles (10 mm):
3 x 368 cm
3 x 144.9 in
Pegs: 18 Y-Peg
"Minimum Weight" refers to the outer and inner tents and the poles only. "Packed Weight" includes all items that come with the tent.
A note on colours: Fabric dyes have natural variations, so the actual tent colour may look slightly different from what is pictured here or in our catalogue.
*Tents are not carried as a stock item. Delivery of tents takes 7-10 days from ordering to arrive to the store if available.*