Easton Outfitters Empowers More Adventurers with NEW Summer Tent Offering

New material advancements and design upgrades give Easton an 80% edge in performance and customer value.

Easton Outfitters

Salt Lake City, Utah ‘” Easton Outfitters, part of Easton Outdoor division, introduces its new tent lineup for summer 2014 with a repositioned purpose. Reliability and affordability are key in this year‘s offering which ranges from cavernous family shelters to re-engineered ultralight series with carbon fiber frames to the introduction of the revolutionary Syclone™composite tent poles. Easton combines advancements in design and technology with affordability, thanks to an incredible team of engineers looking to maximize efficiency of materials without sacrificing internal space or strength of the shelter. Easton‘s exclusive components enable cost savings to deliver maximum value with elite level products.

“A lot of design and technological advancements have gone into the new line of spring and summer products,” comments Rich Packer, Easton Outfitter‘s National Sales Manager. “However, with our own proprietary materials and craftsmanship here at Easton, we‘re able to keep prices down in order to cover a larger segment of the end-user looking to outfit them with highly technical gear without breaking the bank.”


Syclone™composite tent pole

Syclone™composite tent poles featured in Easton Slickrock™and Easton Torrent tents

Engineered from top-grade composite materials with multi-directional wound construction, Easton‘s new Syclone™tent pole is the most resilient tent pole ever developed.  Syclone™poles are 80% more resilient to failure and bending than aluminum in wind and flex-testing.  Lab tests and in-field results reveal the amazing performance features that allow the Syclone™poles to flex further than both carbon or aluminum and return to their original shape while still offering needed structural support.

Easton Slickrock™tent

Easton Slickrock™2P & 3P, Starting at $299

Easton Slickrock™is a lightweight, three-season backpacking series that offers tons of living space with amazing stability and wind resistance.  The unique asymmetrical pole design enhances the internal living space and features Easton‘s brand new Syclone™composite pole technology.  Slickrock™is the perfect combination of lightweight stability that delivers awesome features for maximum value.


Easton Cache™tent

Easton Cache™4P MSRP $349

Perfect for campers with a long activity list and a lot of gear, the Cache™4P tent is a basecamp/family style tent with huge livability and tons of pockets and loops to keep organized and make life easier.  The unique pole design delivers a large footprint, excellent stability, and near vertical walls.  This unique geometry offers huge internal space.  Dual doors make access quick and easy.  The available Annex™vestibule (sold separately) attaches to either door and offers extra storage and covered living space.


Easton Kinetic Carbon tent

Easton Kinetic Carbon 3P MSRP $499

Kinetic Carbon 3P delivers best-in-class space to weight ratio with an amazing one pound per person.  Kinetic Carbon 3P represents the re-birth of the award winning Easton Kilo 3P tent, offering a more usable internal living area and 33% more vestibule space.  The new Kinetic Carbon 3P has more of the space you like while keeping the minimal weight and stability you love.

Since 1922 Easton, a leader in precision-built outdoor equipment, has been dedicated to engineering the very best in technical outdoor gear for the serious user. At the core is Easton’s proprietary manufacturing of high-strength lightweight aluminum and carbon fiber tubing. Decades of experience and dedication to quality Easton Mountain Products delivers dependable mountaineering, trekking, and winter products to help you Go Farther™

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