Images below are of previous version of the Kaitum 2 GT. Click the photos to see more
5' 11" model standing next to Kaitum 2 GT. The Kaitum GT models use 4 poles for set up, 3 poles for the main area and1 pole for the large vestibule area
Vent on front or rear can be accessed and manipulated from a small zippered half mesh half fabric window from inside the shelter. The zipper flap of the front door can be seen above the vent, it is ¾" black strip that starts above the left part of the vent and covers the entire length of the front main zipper to the ground. The Hilleberg logo is on the zipper flap.
The rear of the Kaitum 2 GT features a smaller vestibule than the front.
5'11" model sitting inside front Kaitum 2 GT vestibule. In addition to the front door, the Kaitum GT's feature a large side door, shown above fully opened and tied back.
Smaller rear vestibule area with a size 12 pair of shoes
Front large poled vestibule with a size 12 pair of shoes.
Front fly entry fully opened revealing the opened inner tent with 5'11" model. The inner tent doors feature a fabric and mesh door, both opened in image above and stuffed in inner tent mesh pocket.
The inner tent of the Kaitum 2 GT can be partially or completely removed while leaving the outer tent in place. In the image above the inner tent is partially removed.
3/4 view of the Kaitum 2 GT inner tent. The inner tent only uses three of four poles that are included with the Kaitum 2 GT to set up.
Side view the Kaitum 2 GT inner tent. The poles are fed through the elastic bands that usually connect the inner tent to the outer tent. 6 pole holders are needed (sold separately) to set up the inner tent by itself.
Photo above shows Hilleberg Kaitum 2 GT inner tent shown with 5'11" model seated inside to show available headroom. In this photo, the door has been rolled to the side of the tent.
Kaitum 2 GT inner tent with two standard sized 20" × 72" sleeping pads.
The Hilleberg Kaitum 2 GT inner tent features four mesh pockets at the corners of the inner tent which can be used to store small items.
View of the ceiling of the Kaitum 2 GT inner tent which features a draw string adjustment to keep the ceiling taut for maximum peak height and for hanging wet gear to dry.