Marmot Marmot Aura 2 Tent - 2-Person, 3-Season ? VINTAGE ORANGE

CLOSEOUTS . Functional, weatherproof and a breeze to set up, Marmot s Aura 2 tent brings positive vibes to your next backcountry trip. The mesh upper area has two doors and vestibules, and the hubbed pole configuration is strong, stable and...

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$369.00 $294.95 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . Marmot s Eclipse tent may be ultralight and super-compact, but it still offers plenty of room for two campers to comfo...rtably snooze under the stars. The freestanding mesh-walled tent features DAC NSL poles, color-coded Easy Pitch clips and... Read More

Marmot
$399.00 $318.95 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . Marmot s Aeros 3 tent is highly functional, weatherproof and a breeze to set up. The mesh upper area has two doors and... vestibules, and the hubbed pole configuration is strong, stable and lightweight. Available Colors: PALE... Read More

Marmot
$359.00 $286.95 at Sierra Trading Post

Functional, weatherproof and a breeze to set up, Marmotand#39;s Aura 2 tent brings positive vibes to your next backcountry trip. T...he mesh upper area has two doors and vestibules, and the hubbed pole configuration is strong, stable and lightweight. Available Colors: PALE PUMPKIN/TERRACOTTA, VINTAGE ORANGE. Read More

Kelty
$169.95 at Backcountry.com

If you've ever lain awake in your tent on a sweltering night, then the Kelty Salida 2-Person 3-Season Tent has your name written a...ll over it. The Salida's mesh walls provide you with plenty of fresh air so you don't baste in your own sweat, while the waterproof fly (which has a roomy vestibule, by the way) is easy enough to put on that you can go to sleep under the stars and throw it on in a hot minute if it starts to drizzle. Setting the Salida up is simple, too, seeing as it only uses two DAC Pressfit poles and has color-coded clips to prevent confusion. Guyout points provide some easy reinforcement if you're looking for more space, while internal pockets hold your gear, and roof loops hold a gear loft if you pick one up. Even the Tent Cube storage bag is thoughtfully designed, so you'll be able to pack up the Salida, which weighs under 4. 5 pounds, quickly and get back on the trail in no time flat. Read More

Marmot
$198.95 at Backcountry.com

Tough as nails and roomy as hell, the Marmot Tungsten 2p 2-Person 3-Season Tent will be your go-to backpacking tent when durabilit...y is a must. Utilizing Marmot's space optimizing design, the Tungsten has an efficient living space that utilizes pre-bent sleeping zones that create vertical side walls for a spacious feel once inside. Two D-shaped doors allow for either person to easily enter or exit the tent without disturbing the other, and vestibules on either side of the tent allow for plenty of dry storage space for gear and packs. The rain fly is seam taped and made with a tough PU coated polyester taffeta fabric. A No-See-Um mesh canopy keeps the skeeters out, and an included footprint makes for a bombproof base to the tent. Color coded Easy Pitch clips make setup by headlamp a cinch, while a lamp shade packet helps disperse light from a headlamp for a well lit space once the sun sets. Read More

Marmot
$388.95 at Backcountry.com

No matter what your relationship is with your backpacking partner, it's nice to have a little space while sleeping in a tent, espe...cially once morning breath sets in. With its volume optimizing design, the Marmot Force 2p 2-Person 3-Season Tent strikes a balance between light and spacious for a comfortable sleeping and hiking experience. The new twin tip floor design increases the overall durability of the tent by placing two additional DAC poles at either end. It also increases space within the tent by more efficiently utilizing head and foot areas. Dual doors and vestibules allow for easy ins and outs without having to roll over your partner in the middle of the night. Interior pockets allow you to stash small pieces of gear, and a headlamp pocket helps diffuse light within the tent for nice, homey feel once inside. The fly of the Force 2p is made with a 30D silicone nylon ripstop fabric treated with a PU coating for additional protection from sleet and rain. A No-See-Um mesh canopy behind that keeps the bugs out when you want sleep under the stars, and a ripstop floor with PU coating makes for a solid base. An additional footprint (sold separately) can be purchased for a bare bones setup option. Color coded Easy Pitch clips and poles reduce your fumble time when setting up camp after sundown, and light reflective points make finding your tent after a moonlight hike a little bit easier. Read More

Big Agnes
$299.95 $239.96 at Backcountry.com

The Big Agnes Scout 2-Person 3-Season Tent puts your trekking poles on double duty to cut your weight by removing the need to pack... tent poles. The ultra-light design reduces your weight carried per step which can add up to a massive amount of energy saved when you're taking on long-distance through hikes like the Appalachian Trail of the Pacific Crest. Read More

Marmot
$229.00 $182.95 at Sierra Trading Post

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Marmot
$458.95 $321.26 at Backcountry.com

The Marmot Astral 3 Tent uses a mostly mesh canopy to give you plenty of ventilation when warm weather and close quarters call for... lots of fresh air. If wet weather shows its face, the silicone-treated fly shields you from the rain so you and your two buddies stay dry. Read More

Easton Mountain Products
$259.73 at REI Outlet

Bridging the gap between ultralight three-season and bulky expedition tents, the Easton Mountain Products Torrent 2 Tent is ideal ...for camping in a wide variety of conditions such as rain, snow, and sizzling temperatures. Vertical walls bring plenty of headroom, and built-in ventilation channels cool air during hot, muggy weather. Weighing just a tick over eight pounds, this tent is much lighter than full-fledged expedition tents, and it easily splits between two people on backpacking excursions. Syclone poles add strength and stability in harsh weather conditions; these advanced composite poles deliver 80% more resilience in wind when compared to standard poles. Dual entry doors make getting into and out of this tent a breeze, and opposing gear vestibules protect packs and footwear under the rain fly. In addition, multiple pockets and tie loops provide functionality for storing and hanging camping gear and accessories. The included rain fly easily attaches to the tent body with quick-attach, hook-and-loop tabs, ensuring protection against spontaneous storms. Reinforced, fully taped seams block outside rain and snow from entering. Multiple guy-out points tie this tent securely to the premium stakes for a high-strength fortress that stands up to stormy weather. Read More

Easton Mountain Products
$272.73 at REI Outlet

Superlight and roomy don't often go together when you're discussing tents, but then, how often do you discuss the Easton Mountain ...Products Slickrock 2 2-Person 3-Season Tent? Probably not often, seeing as this superlight backpacking shelter is brand new. The Slickrock uses Easton's asymmetrical Y-pole system, and poles made of super-strong and wind-resistant Syclone composite, for unparalleled living space and stability in gnarly weather without any unnecessary weight. It's also dry as a bone, with a PU-coated nylon fly and taped seams to lock out the weather. Easton didn't skimp on the features, either; just check out the multiple storage pockets, accessory loops, and hook-and-loop tabs to hold the fly in place. Even the stakes are made of 7075 aluminum, because we all know how much of a pain it is to bend your stake against a hidden rock when the wind's howling and you're looking to settle in for the night. Read More

Marmot
$248.95 at Backcountry.com

A bivy isn't always the best idea. They can feel like you're sleeping in a coffin. Your home away from home should be lightweight ...and easy to carry, but also roomy enough that you can sit up and read if the weather turns nasty. Marmot designed the Eos 1-Person Tent for lightweight travel without the claustrophobic, cramped feeling of a bivy, so it's easy to carry and easy to live with if you're stuck waiting out a storm. Read More

Kelty
$139.95 at Backcountry.com

Coming in at a back-friendly four pounds, the Kelty Grand Mesa 2 Tent packs up small and lets you live comfortably in the great ou...tdoors. The upper walls are made of mesh, so your tent stays well ventilated instead of smelling like the inside of your 7th-grade locker room. The fly and floor are made from polyurethane-treated polyester that is durable, waterproof, and lightweight. A color-coded clip and fly attachment system makes set-up a breeze, which is good since nobody wants to be fiddling around with sleeves and tubes and such after a 14 mile hike under the hot sun. With gearloft loops and internal storage pockets, you can make the inside of your tent more relaxation room and less dorm room. Read More

Sierra Designs
$299.95 $224.96 at Backcountry.com

Whether you're setting up camp in the middle of the wilderness or at a campsite, the Sierra Designs Flash 2 Tent brings the luxury... without a bunch of added weight. This tent's unique hybrid-wall construction blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall constructions so you get a tent that's light like a single-wall but still weather-protective like a double-wall. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives more space than most backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, both doors are wide enough for you and your buddy to sit side by side and cook some food or enjoy the view when the weather's too harsh for you to explore the outdoors. The gear closets also have enough room for multiple backpacks and several pairs of shoes, and Sierra Designs placed each closet perpendicular to the doors so you don't have to climb over all your gear to get in and out. Sierra Designs built this tent's fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it superlight, the body out of mesh for ventilation, and the floor out of nylon taffeta for durability. There are two DAC Pressfit poles that are incredibly light and surprisingly strong, and the 15-in integrated awning poles maximize the tent's space without adding the weight of another support pole. Whether you're hiking through Grand Canyon or simply camping at one of the sites in the Tetons, this tent makes an excellent companion. Read More

MSR
$249.95 $199.95 at Backcountry.com

You just shelled out several months' salary for a shiny dual-suspension mountain trail dominator with two wheels. With little in t...he bank, the MSR Elixir 2, 2-Person, 3-Season Tent gives you on-the-go housing for all of your mountain-biking excursions. Now, instead of sleeping under or in your car after thigh-burning days in Fruita, CO, stretch out and enjoy a good's night sleep in this lightweight portable shelter. Prefer moving under your own power? This superlight, wildly livable tent may force you to spend a few extra days at the lake, just lounging. Rugged 70D nylon on the bottom gets a shot of endurance from 3000mm polyurethane and DWR coatings. The body mixes mesh with solid fabric to keep you cool when it's warm, warm when it's cool, and dry no matter the temp outside. Made from 68D ripstop polyester and with taped seams, the DWR-treated fly lets fresh air flow without sharing such freedom with the rain. Two strong but light aluminum poles turn this mass of fabric into a delightfully spacious mobile abode. When winds threaten to blow your tent down, firm up your foundation by using the six (included) stakes. Two doors and two roomy vestibules means you don't have to smell your adventure amigo's boots all night long. Instead, gaze upon the heavens through the star-patterned skylight. Even at its heaviest, 5lb 13oz, the Elixir 2 is still a superlight tent. Want to cut weight, but the tricks from your wrestling days no longer work? Just take the poles, rainfly, and MSR Footprint, and now you're only toting 3lb 9oz. Color-coding on the poles, clips, and webbing makes set up a breeze, even if you're color-blind. Read More

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Eureka
$179.90 $134.92 at Backcountry.com

Built for backpacking, the Eureka Spitfire 2 Tent is a solid 2-Person, 3-Season tent that won't break the bank. Ample ventilation,... a durable PU-treated rain fly, and a 75-denier polyester floor all make for a comfortable night's sleep. Lightweight aluminum poles keep the tent's trail weight down, and the hoop-style design makes set-up super easy. Stow your nighttime essentials in the internal pockets, and answer nature's call throughout the night from one of the two doors without waking up your partner. Read More

Sierra Designs
$269.95 $202.46 at Backcountry.com

You could be climbing in the desert one week and backpacking across the Tetons the next--the Sierra Designs Lightning 2 Tent thriv...es both ways. Its unique hybrid wall construction blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall constructions so you get a tent that's as light as a single-wall but still weather-protective like a double-wall. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, this tent has a single drop door that--when opened--is large enough for you and your buddy to sit side by side and cook some food or enjoy the view when the weather's too harsh for you to leave the tent. The gear closets store your gear on the sides of the tent (away from the door) so you don't have to climb over your shoes and packs each time you get in and out. Sierra Designs built this tent's floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it as light as possible, and the body out of no-see-um mesh for ventilation. Not only do the walls provide a lot of ventilation, but a tunnel between the end of the tent (where your feet are) and the door maximizes airflow in order to keep you cool while you sleep on a warm summer's night. The single shock-corded pole helps you set up this freestanding tent, and the short fifteen-inch integrated awning poles maximize the door's opening without the added weight of more poles. Read More

ALPS Mountaineering
$249.99 $174.99 at Backcountry.com

Feel the summer breeze in your hair and never miss a glimpse of pristine scenery in the ALPS Mountaineering Aries 2 Tent. With pri...marily mesh walls and roof, you won't miss a thing and you'll optimize your every moment in the outdoors. The durable, strong, yet lightweight fly and floor will come to your rescue when the storm hits. Two doors and vestibules keep this two-person, three-season shelter traffic-free and roomy, so you can have a view and room to enjoy it. Read More

Mountainsmith
$179.95 at Backcountry.com

With its intuitive set-up, dual doors, and dual vestibules with even more space for the 2013 season, the Mountainsmith Morrison II... 2-Person 3-Season Tent offers comfortable sleeping space for your nights in the great outdoors. Two doors allow you to enter and exit without disturbing your tent mate, and the No-See-Um mesh wall panels keep hungry alpine mosquitoes away while allowing you to enjoy rarely seen constellations and shooting stars on clear, warm nights. Read More

Marmot
$288.95 at Backcountry.com

See the night sky, but stay protected from the elements in Marmot's Starlight 2P Two-Person Three-Season Tent. At just 2. 75 pound...s, it's designed for backpacking trips where shaving weight and packing small is seriously important, but it doesn't give up durability, protection, or comfort to do it. Two DAC Featherlite NSL poles with color-coded clips mean it's super easy to set up this cylindrical-style shelter, and the low profile means it stays hidden from the wind better than a traditional cross-pole design. The back half of the tent is constructed from solid waterproof fabric, so the fly only needs to cover the upper mesh half of the tent, which saves further weight, while vents at the foot of the tent and in the fly keep air circulating even when you've battened down the hatches against foul weather. Marmot also taped all the seams to keep sneaky moisture from sogging up your shelter, included a capacious vestibule for your boots and packs, threw in a few interior pockets, and decked the the body and fly out with reflective details to keep you from tearing down your tent during a moment of midnight confusion. Read More

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