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Sierra Designs
$199.95

The Sierra Designs Flashlight 1 Tent brightens up your backpacking adventures with a lighter weight in your pack, a speedier setup..., and a well-lit and well-spaced interior. Unique to Sierra Designs, the tent's hybrid double single wall construction combines the weight-savings of a single wall with the versatile protection of a double wall. The PU-coated floor and fly protect your bed space from wet weather, while the no-see-um mesh ensures proper airflow in warmer weather. The Flashlight uses lightweight and convenient DAC Pressfit poles, and you can save space by replacing the poles with your own trekking poles. The large drop door has an even larger awning that shields you from wet weather, even with the door open, and the vestibule protects your gear from harsh rainfall. Sierra Designs added a luminescent Nightglow interior to reflect your headlamp for a well-lit interior. The integrated footprint uses only six stakes for a speedy setup. read more

Sierra Designs
$499.95

The Sierra Designs Flash 3 FL Tent maintains the same space and luxury as its more husky comrade, the Flash 3, but it's much light...er to suit the needs of ultralight backpackers. What makes this tent so much lighter is its hybrid wall construction, which blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall construction, so you get a tent that's as light as a single-wall yet weather-protective like a double-wall. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and its steep walls and high ceiling give more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. The gear closets also have plenty of space for multiple backpacks and several pairs of shoes, and Sierra Designs placed the closets opposite the doors so you don't have to climb over all your gear to get in and out. Sierra designs built both the fly and the floor out of ripstop fabric for durability without the weight, and the body features no-see-um mesh walls that provide an ample amount of airflow for the warmer nights. The thin DAC NSL poles are surprisingly strong for how light they are, and the 15-inch integrated awning poles maximize the tent's space without adding the weight of another support pole. This superlight tent will serve you with comfort, luxury, and a good night's sleep whether you're trekking the Appalachian Trail or doing a quick weekend trip in your home range. It fits three people snugly or gives elbow room when it's just you and another backpacking buddy. read more

MSR
$1,249.95

The MSR Storm King five-person, four-season tent is burly enough to go to the ends of the windy, wet, and snowy earth. The Storm K...ing's updated frame with color-coded clips is easy to set up and allows for greatly enhanced ventilation between the body and fly. read more

Paha Que
$294.95 $176.97

Sometimes you lay awake all night listening to the torrent just inches away. Sometimes you sleep next to the gently crackling fire... after having noted every constellation you can remember. PahaQue's Bear Creek 200 Tent prepares you for both scenarios. Its full mesh body is designed to provide that wide-open "sleep under the stars" feeling on dry nights, while the ripstop nylon rainfly provides a completely dry sleep area and vestibule for gear on rainy nights. Designed as a free-standing 3-season tent, the Bear Creek 200 sleeps two people comfortably and bug-free. With aluminum poles, rainfly, and tent, the tail weight is less than five pounds. The 36 square feet nylon floor curves up at the edges to prevent ground water from leaking in during a well-earned night's sleep. read more

Sierra Designs
$299.95

Sierra Designs took its lightest solo tent and made it even lighter to put a smile on the most minimalist backpackers around with ...the Flashlight 1 FL Tent. The designers blended single-wall and double-wall construction, which they call hybrid construction, in order to give you a tent that's as light as a single-wall tent but still weather-protective like a double-wall tent. This design lets you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, but still offers plenty of storage space, especially with the integrated gear closet. In fact, this tent has an eight-inch awning that gives you a dry space to cook comfortably in poor conditions, and the drop door has a large opening so you can enjoy the view from the comfort of your own sleeping bag. Sierra Designs built the floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of nylon to keep it durably light, and the body out of no-see-um mesh for ventilation. Not only do the walls provide a lot of ventilation, but the construction of the entire tent enhances airflow to keep you comfortable while you sleep through a warm summer's night. This non-freestanding tent comes with a superlight DAC Pressfit pole and two vertical poles that you can replace with your trekking poles if you want to shave six ounces off your load. read more

MSR
$599.95

MSR crafted the Fury with a strong double-wall design for maximum protection, a compact footprint for pitching versatility, and su...preme cross-ventilation so you and your mountaineering partner can sleep comfortably. A spacious front vestibule uses a hooped roof design to maximize headroom and storage space for your bags and boots. Color-coding makes the new, stronger clip system easier to set up and durable enough to withstand howling winds and weather. read more

Sierra Designs
$379.95

The Flashlight 2 FL Tent is the featherlight version of Sierra Designs' ever-popular backpacking tent. Without scrapping any of th...e comfortable features, Sierra Designs made this tent ten ounces lighter than its predecessor. Its hybrid construction combines the lightness of a single-wall tent with the durable weather-protection of a double-wall. This construction includes a light yet strong ripstop fly, an easy-to-clean water-resistant floor, and no-see-um mesh walls for ventilation. As stated earlier, the Flashlight 2 FL Tent still has the same comfortable features as the Flashlight 2 despite its lighter weight. This tent still has two large drop doors that you can zip down for air and stay protected from weather and sun thanks to the awning coverage. There are two vestibules for gear, a defined footprint, and six stakes for an easy setup. Trekking pole compatible means you can make your load even lighter by switching out the light and durable DAC poles with your own trekking poles. read more

Mountain Hardwear
$849.95

Unless you're Reinhold Messner, the Mountain Hardwear Trango 4 Four-Person Four-Season Tent is tougher than you. It's definitely b...een to more places than you, and spent more nights outside in the most rugged weather on the planet. To rub it in even more, you should know it was only born in 1995. That's getting old for a tent, but luckily Mountain Hardwear makes 'em new every year, and they just keep getting better. The new features on this iteration include an updated bathtub-style floor, burly DirectConnect guy-out points and pole clips, mesh doors with a zip-away nylon cover, and snow flaps along the bottom of the vestibule to keep drafts and spindrift from creeping into your shelter. If that all sounds pretty sweet, it's because it is, but that's just a sampling of the delicious buffet of rugged features found on the Trango. You'd expect an alpine basecamp-style tent to be able to stand up to high winds and heavy snow, and the Trango doesn't disappoint. It uses four DAC Featherlite NSL aluminum poles to pitch up as solidly as you could ever want, and even has a fifth pole that supports the vestibule, giving you tons of weatherproof space for gear-storing and booting up. The poles, tent body, and fly clip together at every guy-out point to create a bombproof shelter that won't get rattled to bits during an all-time storm, and all the seams are fully taped to lock out moisture--in fact, the Trango's been through a rain room test in which it was subjected to 1200in of rain in 24 hours, just to make sure it would stay dry. Good luck finding a storm that bad. There are plenty of options to make the Trango cozy when you're trapped inside waiting out the storm, too, like several small windows in the fly, mesh storage pockets, and a separately-sold gear loft. You can even take the fly out on the trail with just the footprint (sold here) for a shelter that weighs in at just 8. 5lbs. Just make sure you save a spot for Reinhold--he doesn't like sleeping outside. read more

MSR
$499.95

Waking up in the mountains is always a treat, unless you come to with your tent mate's morning breath in your face and their elbow... in your gut. If this ends up being the case more than you'd like, you might want to consider investing in a bigger tent, like the MSR Freelite 3 3-Person 3-Season Tent. Not only does the Freelite give you and your mouth-breathing tent-panion room to stretch out, but it weighs in at just over three pounds, so you won't notice too much extra weight in your pack.Part of MSR's new lineup of lightweight tents, the Freelite 3 has an impressive trail weight and maintains all the wet-weather protection you need whether you're doing a through-hike in the Appalachians or an out-and-back in the Wind River Range. The fly and floor are made from a 15D nylon that's been treated with MSR's Durashield water-resistant coating, while stout 7000-series aluminum poles ensure the tent stays upright when the winds start to howl. MSR gave the Freelite a double-wall design for protection and micromesh walls for ventilation, so you don't wake up in a dank and dewy cave during those colder nights. Better still, if you want to go ultralight, the Freelite has a fast pitch option that brings the weight down to just under two pounds. read more

NEMO Equipment Inc.
$369.95

The Bungalow 4P Tent is Nemo Equipment's largest in the Losi family for the utmost camping comfort. Four lightweight aluminum pole...s expand the no-see-um mesh walls for an abundant interior space, ample headroom, and nearly vertical sidewalls. The mesh walls keep everyone comfy in warmer weather, and the PU-coated ripstop fly and floor protect your gear from wet weather. Nemo Equipment added two doors for easy entry and one large vestibule for all the gear that you and your backpacking buddies brought. Light Pockets overhead illuminate the entire interior with headlamps, and internal pockets keep the smaller things in place. Nemo included a stuff sack, guy-out cord, repair kit, and stakes for extra camping convenience. There's also a footprint, garage, gear loft, and pawprint sold separately. read more

The North Face
$229.90

Your dogs will be barking and your legs will be begging for some R&R after that seven-mile grinder of a hike, so The North Fac...e Homestead Roomy 2 Person 3-Season Tent will feel like a luxury suite perched between a cozy little hamlet of trees. With a design the maximizes internal living space, the Homestead gives you and your hiking partner room to stretch and relax, but not at the cost of weather protection and weight. The rainfly and floor are treated with a water-resistant PU coating to keep rain at bay, and the breathable canopy is equipped with no-see-um mesh windows to keep a steady supply of fresh air passing through the tent. The North Face threw in a gear loft for convenient gear storage, and the included viewing center gives you a spot to watch a movie from your tablet comfortably. All this and the Homestead still weighs under seven pounds, so you won't feel like you're lugging around an actual hotel on your back. read more

The North Face
$588.95

Designed to withstand surly winter storms, whipping winds, and downright bone-chilling temperatures, The North Face Mountain 25 Te...nt is a stout 2-Person 4-Season shelter ideal for everything from winter camping in the Rockies to glacier hunkering in the Chugach. Being the most compact tent in the Summit Series, the Mountain 25 is a great option for self-supported missions with a burly build but a highly manageable trail weight of just under nine pounds, so you don't need a plane or a helicopter to carry it for you.The Mountain 25 may not be the heaviest expedition-style shelter around, but it's built to withstand the kind of weather you'll inevitably encounter during winter in the mountains. The 40D nylon fly strikes a good balance between strength and weight, is treated with a PU/silicone coating, and has fully taped seams to repel sleet and snow, even when they don't stop for days on end. The untreated main canopy is equipped with dual doors and mesh vents, so you don't wake up to dewy mess halfway through the night. When the storm carries on longer than you thought possible, you can peek through the polyurethane port window and check on the conditions (hint: they're probably still bad). The North Face crack-tested the window down to -60F, so you won't have to worry about severe arctic temps wreaking havoc on it, although polar bears may still pose a threat. Inside the Mountain 25 are eight pockets to keep everything organized, so you don't lose your mind due to clutter during that three day storm, and multiple internal hanger loops to provide a spot to hang wet and smelly gear before you turn in for the night. read more

MSR
$499.95

You're not sure who thought it was a good idea for the three of you to go backpacking with nothing but 15-bean chili packed for yo...ur dinner, but at least you slept in the MSR Mutha Hubba NX 3-Person 3-Season Tent, which helped keep things as pleasant as possible. This beautifully breezy portable palace offers ample room for you and two averagely proportioned friends, features a newly redesigned floor plan that gives you and your mates plenty of room to stretch out, catch some shuteye, and get to work on digesting that chili. The bathtub-style ripstop nylon floor of the Mutha Hubba rises up along the sides of the walls to save your sweet dreams from fat raindrops and splattering mud. A weather-resistant Durashield polyurethane coating stops rivulets of rain from streaming into the tent, and the inner canopy combines mesh panels with lightweight nylon for cross-tent ventilation. The Mutha Hubba NX takes an innovative approach to the rainfly-vestibule interaction, too. Instead of a center zip, you get into the vestibule (and tent) via a side zip on the fly. The zipper is tucked beneath a rain gutter so you can come and go as you please without exposing your tentmates to a deluge, and two vestibule-covered doors mean only the middleman will have to climb over someone for an after-dark bathroom break. Both vestibules allow you to roll up the edges of the fly and guy them out to let an fresh wind sneak inside, and vents at both ends of the tent, plus the side doors, mean you can get air from every direction so you don't have to sleep in a haze of chili farts. read more

The North Face
$668.95

When conditions get so bad that even the rocks go rolling for cover, hole up in The North Face VE 25 3-Person 4-Season Tent. The V...E is a full-on expedition shelter designed for long alpine missions, with a super-solid construction that's built to withstand high winds, heavy snow, and serious exposure. Its classic two-wall design provides killer weatherproofing while keeping things breathable and reasonably fresh when the weather clears, and the PU coatings on the fly and floor stop water from seeping through even prolonged exposure to moisture.So you're not climbing over your companions and driving each other nuts during a long stay, The North Face decked the VE out with dual doors, each boasting a bombproof vestibule. High-low venting keeps some fresh air moving through the VE, so it doesn't smell like ski boots, sweaty socks, and freeze-dried mac 'n' cheese farts. A PU port window lets you check on the storm, and reflective guylines make sure you won't trip on your tent when you head outside during a quick break in the weather. The guylines are also made from no-stretch Kevlar, the DAC stakes have pull cords for easy battening of the hatches, and there are also fabric snow stakes for security when you're setting up camp in soft snow. read more

Big Agnes
$439.95

You could hang a "home sweet home" tapestry from the wall of your tent to make it feel a bit more homey; although, we can't really... recommend putting a thumbtack through the wall of your tent. The better option would be to get the Big Agnes Fly Creek UL 2 MtnGLO Two-Person Three-Season Tent and feel right at home the first time you set it up thanks to the integrated MtnGLO technology. Big Agnes took its popular ultralight Fly Creek Tent and added a strand of durable LED lights to the equation to keep the tent well lit during those dark, moon-less nights. The LED strand is powered by an easy-to-use controller that is powered by three batteries (not included), and the light strand is integrated into the tent's seams, so it's still packable and easy to store.The Fly Creek UL 2 still weighs a feathery two pounds and has a fast-pitch weight of just a pound and half (footprint sold separately). The Fly Creek may be light, but it's still resilient to rain and wind thanks to its PU coated nylon ripstop fly and floor, fully sealed seams, and steep pitch, which allows moisture to efficiently roll down the sides of the tent. A mesh ceiling helps keep the tent cool during hot summer nights when rain is always a possibility, and the three internal mesh pockets keeps, gear, cards, and your flask handy during those nights and days when weather keeps you walled up in your tent waiting for the weather to clear out enough to make a quick attempt at the summit. read more

MSR
$399.95

The Carbon Reflex 1 Tent is MSR's lightest double wall, solo tent for ultralight backpacking and camping. Thanks to MSR's Fast &am...p; Light option, which lets you ditch the canopy and only use the fly and footprint, the Carbon Reflex can weigh a little over a pound. Both the fly and floor have Durashield treatments to keep you and your camping gear dry in wet weather, and the micromesh canopy keeps you comfy in warm and buggy environments. The Carbon Reflex uses two ultralight carbon ION poles from Easton, various clips, guy cords, and aluminum cord adjusters make for a quick-and-easy setup. This tent also features a large door for easy in-and-out, and a vestibule for convenient camping storage. MSR included nine MSR needles to stake down your tent in windy weather. read more

Paha Que
$528.95

When the crew is heading out on an annual camping getaway, and you can't quite fit the house in the back of the car, the Paha Que ...Promontory XD 8-Person 3-Season Tent makes a great alternative. In fact, thanks to burly materials and generous spacing, you may end up preferring this portable shelter to your permanent residence. read more

Paha Que
$298.95

The Paha Que Green Mountain 5XD 5-Person 3-Season Tent fits five for a weekend in the great outdoors, whether it's two parents and... three kids, two couples and a dog, or three people and two dogs (and your pet gerbil). And in spite of its size, measuring 10'x8' with a 6'6" roof height, the simple setup process will take even the most apprehensive, all-thumbed, mechanically challenged individuals no more than minutes. Featuring no-see-um mesh windows, door, and roof, the Green Mountain is excellently ventilated, and the fly's door panel converts to an awning with the included poles. The strong but lightweight steel and fiberglass skeleton easily assembles with heavy-duty plastic elbow connectors, and the included stakes and guylines offer additional tensioning. The removable mesh gearloft keeps miscellaneous items up and out of the way, increasing useable floor space. And on rainy days, with the waterproof window and door coverings and fly, and the fully-taped seams and bathtub floor, you can happily stay inside as long as you can stand each other. read more

MSR
$599.95

The MSR Carbon Reflex 3-Person Tent is versatile, lightweight, and spacious enough to fit a third wheel when your roommate insists... on joining your meant-to-be-romantic camping trip. Even though the Reflex only comes with two carbon-fiber poles, the design is optimized to provide the maximum amount of living space, so you'll all fit inside when it rains, even if it's not exactly what you had in mind. The PU and silicone coatings on the fly and bathtub-style floor will prevent water from sneaking in during prolonged periods of precipitation, and the zipper-free vestibules keep your gear dry, without adding extra bulk when you're packing and carrying the Reflex. Behind each vestibule lies a wide-opening door, so your semi-invited guest won't crawl over you and your boo when he has to pee in the middle of the night. He can keep his headlamp in one of the mesh pockets so he doesn't get lost, too, even if you might want him to. On your next trip, you can ditch the extra person as well as the tent body, because the Reflex sets up with just the poles, fly, and footprint (sold separately), so you can minimize ounces without sacrificing comfort. read more

MSR
$24.95

Yup, you guessed it, MSR Cyclone Tent Stakes are shaped like a Midwest twister. Fortunately they're designed to help keep your she...lter UP instead of tearing it down. Small cord loops at the top of each stake help you get a grip on the little buggers when you need to tear down basecamp. read more

MSR
$19.95

Replace your scoop-shaped stakes with the Y-beam-shaped stakes in the MSR Groundhog Tent Stake Kit. Rugged 7000-series aluminum ma...kes these stakes strong without adding unnecessary weight, and a small loop of nylon cord makes it easy to pull these stakes out of heavily compacted ground once it's time to pack up camp. read more

MSR
$29.95

Effortlessly organize camping accessories with the MSR Universal Gear Loft. This ingenious gear loft fits most one to three person... tents and conveniently stores headlamps, glasses, maps, and extra socks off the floor. The lightweight mesh construction won't take up precious pack space on the way to remote, backcountry camps, and there's even a zippered pocket for securing car keys, flashlights, and other must-have items from being lost. read more

Mountain Hardwear
$528.95

Ideal for fast-moving backpackers accessing remote, hard-to-reach locations, the Mountain Hardwear Ghost Sky 3 Tent offers a light...weight, easy-packing design, all without sacrificing durability or usable space. Industry leading DAS Featherlight NSL poles shave excess weight while maintaining strength and durability. Super-lightweight materials keep the tent's pack weight at 4. 75-pounds, with a pitchlight option weighting just under 3-pounds. The dual-entry design features dry entry vestibules on both sides, helping you get in and out without bringing in the elements. Dual vestibules also increase storage space for gear, keeping your packs and footwear nice and dry. Guaranteed watertight, the fully taped fly and taped perimeter seams keep outside moisture from seeping in, even during heavy rainstorms. Other key features include a welded zipper-flap for increased dryness, as well as mesh interior pockets for convenient storage. read more

Mountain Hardwear
$348.95

Optimizing space and functionality without the excess weight, the Mountain Hardwear Hylo 3 Tent is a three-season, three-person te...nt for backpacking trips where comfort is just as important as lightweight carrying. Its hybrid design shaves weight where necessary with single-wall construction, yet it offers improved ventilation over traditional single-wall tents with the addition of a mesh canopy. The fly stakes into the ground to create a roomy vestibule for storing extra gear, such as packs and footwear. Guaranteed watertight construction keeps you nice and dry through passing showers and heavy rainstorms, as backed by the fully taped flay and taped perimeter seams. Other key features include welded corners and welded guy clip anchors for extra weather protection and durability, as well as mesh storage pockets for handily stashing small camping accessories. read more

Mountain Hardwear
$298.95

Maximizing space and functionality without the excess weight, the Mountain Hardwear Hylo 2 Tent is a three-season, two-person tent... for backpacking trips where comfort is just as important as lightweight efficiency. Its hybrid design shaves weight where necessary with single-wall construction, yet it offers improved ventilation over traditional single-wall tents with the addition of a mesh canopy. The fly stakes into the ground to create a roomy vestibule for storing extra gear, such as packs and footwear. Guaranteed watertight construction keeps you stay nice and dry through oncoming rain showers and storms, as backed by the fully taped fly and taped perimeter tent seams. Other key features include welded corners and welded guy clip anchors for extra weather protection and durability, as well as mesh storage pockets for handily stashing away small camping accessories. read more

MSR
$499.95

When you and an old pal from college are bike-packing from central Maine to the northwest corner of Connecticut, every ounce matte...rs, which is why you packed the ultralight MSR Carbon Reflex 2 Tent. Constructed specifically for ultralight camping, this 2-person, 3-season tent features a zipper-free vestibule that minimizes unnecessary weight and a micro-mesh canopy that encourages optimal ventilation. The waterproof rainfly and bathtub-style floor are equipped with fully taped seams and reinforced stress points for maximum durability and protection in the face of unpleasant weather. The Carbon Reflex 2 is furnished with two carbon-fiber poles, ten MSR needle stakes, and guycords and adjusters that make setting up a breeze. When combined with a tent footprint (not included), the Carbon Reflex 2's rainfly offers a Fast and Light setup option for even greater weight savings. So whether you're enduring a rainstorm of the century or surviving sauna-like humidity, the Carbon Reflex 2 is light as a feather and tough as a tarp. read more

Sierra Designs
$569.95

Whether you're exploring desert canyons in the early summer or venturing into the mountains in mid-winter conditions, the Sierra D...esigns Convert 2 4-Season Tent will give you the shelter you need to comfortably enjoy your stay in the backcountry. With its Convert series of tents, Sierra Designs set out to develop the first true four-season tent that will function just as well in a summer environment as it would in a winter one. The result is a unique hybrid double/single wall tent that avoids some of the pitfalls that make a single-wall tent less than ideal in a summer scenario. The sides and top interior of the tent are made with a breathable canopy fabric, which helps condensation from accumulating along the interior of the tent wall. This fabric is also designed to prevent spindrift and dust from entering the tent whether you're camped on a snowfield or sandy desert floor. The removable vestibule is ideal in a winter camping situation where additional storage space for gear is essential. When backpacking, the vestibule can be left back at the truck, shaving almost a whole pound off the weight of the tent. An external pitch makes the tent easier to set up, and the large waterproof window panel lets you enjoy the view from camp from the comfort of your tent. read more

Mountain Hardwear
$348.95

As Mountain Hardwear's lightest one-person tent, the Mountain Hardwear Ghost UL 1 Tent caters to minimalist backpackers seeking th...e utmost in easy-carrying efficiency. Coming in at just over 2-pounds (pack weight) and packing down to a mere 5 x 20-inches, the Ghost UL 1 is ridiculously lightweight and easy to pack, making it ideal for the the fast-moving backpacker exploring the most remote, hard-to-reach locales. Guaranteed watertight construction keeps you dry through oncoming showers and storms, thanks to the fully taped fly and welded perimeter seams. Dry vestibule storage provides a safe refuge for your gear. Other key features include a welded zipper flap that's lighter and drier than stitched counterparts, as well as a freestanding design for easy set-up. read more

Mountain Hardwear
$548.95

Not only is the Ghost UL 3 Tent Mountain Hardwear's lightest three-person tent, it's also incredibly protective for backpacking in... alpine environments. Mountain Hardwear's guaranteed watertight construction equips the fly and floor with fully taped seams, welded corners, and welded guy clip anchors. Even the well-ventilated mesh canopy has a welded zipper, as well as a front vestibule for a dry entrance and a safe place to store your backpacks. The DAC Featherlight NSL poles are industy-leading in terms of lightness and long-lasting durability. read more

Big Agnes
$649.95

It's a slippery slope from mountain enthusiast to hermit, and the most likely way to go from well-adjusted backpacker to grizzled ...loner is to spend long nights alone staring into the dark abyss conversing with the voices in your head. Like yourself, Big Agnes has flirted with mountain madness, but it's emerged with an idea that will help keep your mind in touch with reality: the Krumholtz UL2 mtnGLO Tent with Goal Zero technology.It may sound like a lot, but the Krumholtz UL2 is just an ultralight (UL; see what they did there?) tent that comes with an integrated LED light strand and battery-equipped Goal Zero solar panel to keep your tent well lit throughout the night. The aforementioned solar panel is Goal Zero's Nomad 7W, a lightweight panel that can be clipped to the tent canopy via multiple daisy chains and then connected to the included Flip 20 battery, which uses a USB port to power the included fan, lantern, and LED light strand. The battery can also be used to charge or power 12V devices that have a USB port. As far as the shelter itself, the Krumholtz is composed of lightweight materials, giving it a trail weight of under three pounds, not including the Goal Zero components, and equipped with a seam-taped and PU-coated rain fly to seal out sleet and rain. The tent also has a fast-pitch option that trims the weight down to just two pounds, although a separate footprint is required for fast-pitch setups. read more

MSR
$16.95

Securing your tent and rain fly in blustery conditions, the MSR Mini-Groundhog Tent Stake Kit provides 6 Y-shaped stakes that hold... firmly in a variety of ground surfaces. Each 6-inch stake features lightweight, yet sturdy 7000-series aluminum with a notched head for securing guy lines. read more

Big Agnes
$429.95

Tell your buddies that you'll carry the tent if they carry the food. They'll jump on that deal, not knowing that the Big Agnes Fly... Creek UL3 3-Person 3-Season Tent (built for those looking to shave serious grams) weighs less than breakfast, courtesy of its ultralight DAC Featherlite hub-style pole system and lightweight but durable nylon fly. The 3-person Fly Creek has one more pole than the smaller models to provide a little bit of extra living space, but still has a trail weight of just three pounds, which is reducible to just 2lb 5oz if you choose to bring just the fly, poles, and footprint (sold separately). The hub system lets you pitch the tent in no time flat, and lightweight DAC Twist Clips make it easy to attach the tent to the poles. You've also got a fully-featured fly with taped seams, a storm flap, and a roomy vestibule to stash your gear in. When you guy it out, you'll notice that all the lines and pieces of webbing are reflective, saving you the trouble of navigating extra-cautiously when darkness falls. Big Agnes also decked the Fly Creek out with seven (count 'em, seven) mesh pockets to hold more headlamps, glasses, and books that a group of three could reasonably bring with them. Better make sure your buddies are carrying all that, too. read more

Big Agnes
$649.95

Rely on the Big Agnes Foidel Canyon 2 Tent when wet weather rolls over your backpacking destination. With fully taped seams and PU...-coatings, the tent's fly and floor protect you and your gear from unexpected rain and cold breezes. Big Agnes made most of the tent out of lightweight-yet-durable ripstop fibers. The DAC pole system uses light aluminum poles and Twist Clips for a faster setup and a lighter pack. The Foidel Canyon has two vestibules, two doors, and two mesh windows that you can zip up if it gets windy overnight. Alternatively, you can roll up the door and let in a lot of air on summer nights. Big Agnes also included J-stakes, six internal pockets, and two media pockets that accommodate routing for the Big Agnes Entertainment Center Loft. read more

Rab
$574.95

Rab designed the 2-Person 4-Season Latok Summit Tent for nights at base camps in alpine and winter environments. Its eVent waterpr...oof technology gives this single-wall tent the same waterproofing that Rab's top-of-the-line ski jackets have, and three-layer DVStorm fabric ensures strength and durability with a backpack-friendly weight. DAC Featherlite NSL poles live up to their featherlite status and provide a surprising amount of stable, strong support. A rear tunnel vent works with eVent and DVStorm's breathable shell to ensure full ventilation. Oversize peg points, large loops at each side, and glove-friendly guylines let you set up without taking off your warm mitts. read more

Rab
$774.95

Nights at base camp and in alpine, and winter environments call for Rab's three Person, four Season Latok Mountain 3 Tent. Its eVe...nt waterproof technology gives this single-wall tent the same waterproofing that Rab's top-of-the-line ski jackets have, and three-layer DVStorm fabric ensures strength and durability with a backpack-friendly weight. DAC Featherlite NSL poles live up to their featherlite status and provide a surprising amount of stable, strong support. A rear tunnel vent works with eVent and DVStorm's breathable shell to ensure full ventilation. Oversize peg points, large loops at each side, and glove-friendly guylines let you set up without taking off your warm mitts. read more

Big Agnes
$349.95

The Seedhouse SL2 Tent is Big Agnes' superlight option for weight-conscious backpackers, peak-baggers, and bike tourers. It can we...igh a little over two pounds with the fast fly option and can retain the versatile protection and simple comforts that campers require. With silicone treatments and PU coatings, the fly and floor ensure reliable protection when wet weather tries to dampen your trips. Alternatively, the mesh canopy provides proper airflow during summer's warmer weather. Big Agnes equipped the Seedhouse SL with DAC's ever-popular Pressfit poles with Angle Hubs and plastic clips for a simple and quick setup. There are 11 stakes, webbing, and reflective guylines that prevent you from tripping throughout the night. Multiple mesh pockets organize tiny essentials, and there's one with a media port so you can listen to your nightly sleep sounds as you snooze, but we'd recommend relying on nature's symbiotic melodies instead. read more

Eureka
$139.95

Campers on a budget know that Eureka packs plenty of quality at a price that is likely to induce singing and laughing. The Eureka ...Apex 2XT 2-person, 3-season Tent features a waterproof fly to shed wet weather and comes with fiberglass poles for ease of setup and added weight savings. read more

Big Agnes
$499.95

You could pull a heavy third wheel around, blow money on fuel, and have to deal with the hassle of trying to find a place to park,... or you could just get the Big Agnes Tensleep 6-Person 3-Season Station Tent and keep your family camping trips simple. As the largest offering in Big Agnes' Tensleep lineup, this luxuriously large six-pack tent gives your boys plenty of space to practice their Greco-Roman wrestling skills when you're walled up during a nasty rain storm, and provides the whole family plenty of space to spread out and catch some Zs during your annual road trip, even if Ricky and Reggie can't stop grappling.The fly and floor of the Tensleep are made from polyester ripstop fabric that's been treated with a water-resistant PU coating and finished with fully taped seams to seal out moisture. Two large doors mean you won't have to crawl over five people when you have to take a whiz in the middle of the night, and two huge vestibules offer plenty of space to store gear out of the rain or set up a couple of camp chairs; the shelter and relative solitude will be appreciated when you need a sip of whiskey to relax as the kids tire themselves out chasing each other around camp like a bunch of hooligans. read more

Mountainsmith
$359.95

Pack up the SUV and head out to enjoy some quality family time in the Mountainsmith Conifer 5+ Tent. Spring, summer, or fall, this... new Mountainsmith offering tent allows for family togetherness, but recognizes that too much togetherness is not necessarily a good thing. That's why it offers a generous 100 square feet of floor space, a six-foot ceiling height, two doors, and two vestibules so that everyone has room to spread out a little and move about freely. read more

Mountainsmith
$239.95

Mountainsmith's superlight Mountain Dome 2 Tent's unique three pole design gives backpackers and campers extra head space. Its ful...ly taped floor works with the PU-coated walls and fly to protect you from wet weather, while mesh walls and fly vents ensure breathable airflow for summer's warm weather. There are two doors and two vestibules so you and your backpacking buddy don't have to share, and internal mesh storage pockets provide convenient organization for a clean sleeping space. Mountainsmith included stakes, clips, and reflective guy lines for an easy setup, and there's a fast fly setup for superlight backpacking trips. read more

Big Agnes
$399.95

It's a tight squeeze fitting you, your hiking partner, and your four-year-old Newfoundland dog in your lightweight two-person back...packing tent, so do yourself a favor and give everyone a bit more room in the Big Agnes Seedhouse SL3 3-Person 3-Season Tent. This simple and easy to set up three-person backpacking tent is surprising light (just over four pounds' trail weight) for its size, but is still bomber enough to withstand everything from desert monsoons to mountain hailstorms. The fly and floor are treated with a waterproof coating and have fully taped seams to box out water, while the durable aluminum poles keep the tent stable as a table when the winds start to howl. Multiple gear pockets keep your equipment organized, and the vestibule offers plenty of space to store any wet gear that you don't want to cuddle up with. read more

Big Agnes
$599.95

Big Agnes' Wyoming Trail 4 Tent is essentially two tents with a gigantic vestibule for all your camping, climbing, or mountain bik...ing gear. This vestibule can also turn into an awning (with two trekking poles) that you and your buddies can sit under during bad weather. The PU-coated fly should keep you dry while you sip coffee and watch the drenched woods. Big Agnes also coated the floor to keep your gear safe, and mesh panels on the durable walls add breathable ventilation when the sun pops out. The Wyoming Trail 4 also features four doors (two facing into the large vestibule, the others facing directly outside) and one normal-sized vestibule for valuables. The tent's DAC lightweight pole system includes four aluminum poles, two of which are connected. Plastic clips make for a simple setup, and there's a lightweight fast fly option with the footprint. read more

Kelty
$299.95

The 3-season, 3-person Kelty TN3 Tent meets the standards of minimalist backpackers thanks to its superlight design and its protec...tive features. A stargazing fly rolls up and down quickly in case of a storm, and the tent cube packs the tent down to a minimum for more space in backpacks. The lightweight DAC Pressfit poles snap into the tent's color coded clips quickly, and Jake's Foot makes this tent freestanding. Kelty constructed the TN3's walls out of no-see-um mesh for ventilation, the floor out of nylon for durability, and the fly out of sil-nylon ripstop to keep the tent as light as possible. Kelty also added PU coatings and taped the seams on the floor and fly for excellent water-resistance as well as abrasion-resistance. The TN3 also features two oversize doors and two large vestibules for a convenient storage and entry/exit. Guyout points help set up the tent quickly, and noiseless zippers offer an undisturbed sleep to those who don't have to pee in the middle of the night. The TN3 also has internal storage pockets so everyone can remain organized for the entire trip. read more

Big Agnes
$299.95

The Big Agnes Scout UL2 Tent is a modern design on an old-school A-frame tent for ultralight backpacking. This single wall tent us...es two trekking poles and suggested anchor points to provide a surprisingly roomy space, given how little the tent weighs (under two pounds). Silicone and polyurethane treatments help this tent protect your gear from wet weather, while the mesh vents ensure proper airflow in warmer weather. Big Agnes designed the Scout's setup with pockets made for any trekking pole. The pole at the front door needs to measure up to 45-inches, while the back requires a pole that can compress down to the 33-inches. There are various loops, guylines, webbing, and anchor points that ensure a stable setup. Pair this ultralight tent with the Big Agnes Entertainment Center Loft, PowerCase Loft, or footprint (all sold separately) for more convenience while camping. read more

Big Agnes
$449.95 $359.96

Big Agnes' Wyoming Trail 2 Tent has a garage-like vestibule that protects your camping gear, climbing equipment, and mountain bike...s. This vestibule can also turn into an awning (with two trekking poles) that you and your buddy can sit under during bad weather. The PU-coated fly should keep you dry while you sip coffee and watch the drenched woods. Big Agnes also coated the floor to keep your gear safe, and mesh panels on the durable walls add breathable ventilation when the sun pops out. The Wyoming Trail 2 also features two doors (one facing into the large vestibule, the other facing directly outside) and one normal-sized vestibule for valuables. The tent's DAC lightweight pole system includes three aluminum poles, two of which are connected. Plastic clips make for a simple setup, and there's a lightweight fast fly option with the footprint (sold separately). read more

Kelty
$399.95

Load up the kids, everyone's gear, and the Kelty Trail Ridge 6-Person 3-Season Tent, and hit the road for a six-week road trip wit...h the fam. When the weather is warm and sunny, the Trail Ridge's mesh walls keep everyone nice and cozy throughout the night. If it rains, you can cover everyone with the PU-protected fly, and there's plenty of space inside for a relaxing game of cards. When the conditions are questionable, the Trail Ridge's fly rolls up so everyone can still startgaze and have the protection they need at a moment's notice. The Trail Ridge also features Kelty's Connect System for a quick-and-simple setup with the compact, folding poles. There are two doors and vestibules, and plenty of internal storage pockets for lights, electronics, and easy-to-lose items. read more

Big Agnes
$389.95

Reduce weight and save energy while you backpack deep into the backcountry with the Big Agnes Slater UL 2 Plus 2-Person 3-Season T...ent. This tent weighs in at less than three pounds, offers superb protection from the elements, and is easy to set up when you arrive at your campsite after a long trek. read more

Eureka
$189.95

After a trek into the backcountry, pick your campsite and set up your Eureka Amari 3-Season Tent. This tent provides ample space f...or three people or lots of space for two people and a pooch, and you and your buddies will appreciate the V3 Enhanced Tent System that boosts ventilation, volume, and versatility for more in-tent comfort. read more

Mountainsmith
$179.95

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

Kelty
$249.95

Weighing in at four pounds, the Kelty TN2 Tent has a surprising amount of features to keep even the most minimalist backpackers ha...ppy and protected from fall to spring. A stargazing fly rolls up and down quickly in case of a storm, and the tent cube packs the tent down to a minimum for more space in backpacks. The lightweight DAC Pressfit poles snap into the tent's color coded clips quickly, and Jake's Foot makes this tent freestanding. Kelty constructed the TN2's walls out of no-see-um mesh for ventilation, the floor out of nylon for durability, and the fly out of sil-nylon ripstop to keep the tent as light as possible. Kelty also added PU coatings and taped the seams on the floor and fly for excellent water-resistance as well as abrasion-resistance. The TN2 also features two oversize doors and two vestibules so backpackers don't have to climb over one another or share a spot for gear. Guyout points help set up the tent quickly, and noiseless zippers offer an undisturbed sleep on a breezy night. The TN2 also has internal storage pockets so everyone can remain organized for the entire trip. read more

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