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Terra Nova
$1,698.95 at Backcountry.com

Whether you race over a hundred miles of wilderness or just choose to trek as quickly as possible, the feather-light, two-person T...erra Nova Voyager Ultra 2 Tent provides an unbelievable shelter for less than two pounds. New for 2012, this minimalistic three-season tent uses the most updated materials available so you get a fortified night's sleep in addition to incredible weight savings. Read More

Black Diamond
$759.95 at Backcountry.com

Legendarily well-ventilated and astonishingly light, the two-person Black Diamond Ahwahnee Tent keeps you and your gear protected ...four-seasons out of the year without the weight penalty usually associated with winter shelters. Single-wall construction eliminates the need for a separate canopy and fly, and two huge side doors deliver massive amounts of ventilation. A low profile design sheds both wind and weather, which is great for anyone who plans to travel across multiple climate zones and elevations. Read More

Kelty
$229.95 $172.46 at Backcountry.com

Bringing the whole family (and then some) camping can be an ordeal, but Kelty's Yellowstone 6 Six-Person Three-Season Tent will ma...ke things a smidge (all right, a whole bunch) easier. Instead of setting up three tents, making Sam sleep in the trunk, and spending the night kicking each other anyway, just slide the two fiberglass poles into the Yellowstone's continuous sleeves, attach the color-coded clips, and get to snoozin'. The mesh walls and door vent will keep fresh air flowing, while the gear pockets and tablet sleeve means the kids will stay semi-organized and occupied while you cook dinner. Inclement weather? No big deal, because the Yellowstone's PU-coated fly and fully taped seams keep the wet out, so you'll all be rested and good to go for tomorrow adventures. Read More

Easton Mountain Products
$299.95 at Backcountry.com

Easton's Rimrock series of tents was designed with stability and livability as top priority. Vertical walls, a super-breathable me...sh body, and a waterproof bathtub design all add up to a comfortable living space. At under 6 pounds trail weight, all that comfort is basically free during the hike, so whether you have 3 miles to go or 20, the Rimrock won't drag you down. Read More

Filson
$75.00 at Backcountry.com

Whether you live in Chicago or hunt in chilly days of November, your best friend will be eternally grateful for the Filson Shelter... Cloth Dog Coat. The oil-finished cotton resists a light drizzle and bitter lake winds, and the moleskin collar won't rub your four-pawed friend the wrong way. This wool-lined coat stays on your pup's back, whether he's a bit thick through the middle or not, with two hook-and-loop adjustable closures. Read More

Terra Nova
$539.95 at Backcountry.com

When you're used to carrying your abode on your back, weight counts. The Terra Nova Voyager 2-Person Tent offers plenty of space w...ithout bogging you down with extra grams. Rugged nylon comprises an aerodynamic design, and Terra Nova made the fly with burly SilNylon ripstop fabric so storms don't leave you wet or worried. At just over four pounds, this trek-oriented living space challenges the rest of your gear to be as light as possible. Read More

Kelty
$229.95 $172.46 at Backcountry.com

Bringing the whole family (and then some) camping can be an ordeal, but Kelty's Yellowstone 6 Six-Person Three-Season Tent will ma...ke things a smidge (all right, a whole bunch) easier. Instead of setting up three tents, making Sam sleep in the trunk, and spending the night kicking each other anyway, just slide the two fiberglass poles into the Yellowstone's continuous sleeves, attach the color-coded clips, and get to snoozin'. The mesh walls and door vent will keep fresh air flowing, while the gear pockets and tablet sleeve means the kids will stay semi-organized and occupied while you cook dinner. Inclement weather? No big deal, because the Yellowstone's PU-coated fly and fully taped seams keep the wet out, so you'll all be rested and good to go for tomorrow adventures. Read More

Big Agnes
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

The Bitter Springs UL 2 Tent is Big Agnes' ultralight tent for weight-conscious backpackers. This tent features the basic of basic...s in order to shed weight as much as possible, with only one door and a surprisingly large vestibule. Big Agnes built the fly and floor out of PU-coated ripstop to protect you from the elements, and the walls out of mesh for cool comfort in warmer weather. The Bitter Springs UL 2 requires two trekking poles for setup. One pole has to collapse down to 40 inches, and the other to 30. Big Agnes included one DAC Pressfit Pole that rounds out the interior for a roomier feel. DAC Twist Clips and Jake's Foot attachments make for an easier and secure setup. Internal mesh pockets keep your small valuables in check. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$449.95 at Backcountry.com

If you're bummed out by having to chose between the airflow of a double-wall tent and the light weight of a single-wall design, qu...it being blue. The Tangent 2 Two-Person Four-Season Tent from Mountain Hardwear pitches itself right in the middle of traditional double-walls and alpine-style single-walls, combining the breathability and dryness of a double-wall tent with the weight savings of a single-wall shelter to create an all-weather, all-season home for mountaineers, skiers, and alpinists. It's the lightest double-walled four-season tent that Mountain Hardwear makes, weighing in at superlight 5. 5 pounds, but is designed to stand up the gnarliest blizzards and worst winds that the mountains can throw at you, with three DAC Pressfit aluminum poles and burly nylon ripstop fabrics. The coolest features on the Tangent are the Trident Corners. As you might have guessed, each corner uses a three-point anchor system (two poles, and a nylon clip that flexes with the wind), distributing the wind force to 12 points instead of four and shortening the effective length of the poles, making a shelter that's far stronger than traditional single-anchor tents. The Trident Corners also make the Tangent better at bearing heavy snow loads with only two corner-to-corner poles and one small overhead crosspiece. Every guy out uses burly DirectConnect points, and all the corners and anchors are welded for extreme durability. There are mesh vents on the roof and doors, all the seams are taped, and the Tangent's been tested in a rain room to ensure that it's dry as an Arizona tumbleweed in September. If there's a more versatile, burly, double-walled four-season tent out there, we haven't seen it yet. Read More

Big Agnes
$70.00 at Backcountry.com

With the Three Island Series Footprint from Big Agnes, you'll be able to protect the floor of your new tent. Durable polyester rip...stop fabric is given a polyurethane coating to help shield it from water and damage from the ground itself. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$269.95 at Backcountry.com

Tent life tends to be crowded, cramped, and stuffy, but not if you're holing up in Mountain Hardwear's Optic 2. 5 Vue Two-Person T...hree-Season Tent. Not only is it more spacious than typical two-person tents--hence the 2. 5--but it has adjacent roll-back doors that tie back to provide 180 degrees of ventilation and unobstructed views. The PU-coated fly has large vestibules that mirror the design of the doors, so you can switch between full waterproof coverage and and airy views without having to peel off your weather protection, and the floor is also PU coated to keep moisture from seeping in under your bag (if you need extra protection, a footprint is sold separately). Three DAC Paleria Pressfit poles--two corner-to-corner poles and one ridge pole for extra head space--let you set up the Optic in a hot second, while guy-out lines, tensioners, and color-coded tabs make it easy to batten down the hatches against wind and weather. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$849.95 at Backcountry.com

If compact and strong brings up images of one of those half-pint 1880s bodybuilders in a silly bathing costume, that's totally coo...l, but don't forget that those words also apply to other, more rugged and radical things like Mountain Hardwear's EV 3 Three-Person Four-Season Tent. You could toss superlight into the mix as well, seeing as the EV weighs under 6. 5 pounds, virtually the same as some of Mountain Hardwear's all-mesh 3-season tents. Unlike those glorified mosquito nets, the EV is built to endure the raging winds and hammering snow you encounter on high-alpine expeditions and winter camping trips, with four DAC Featherlite NSL aluminum poles that stabilize your shelter without being unnecessarily heavy. In the same vein, the integrated vestibule cuts down on material while increasing strength and giving you enough room to store gear and de-boot without trampling your partners and tracking snow all over your living space. If you do get some snow inside (and let's be real, you will), the EV has you covered with a watertight drainage port in the floor so you don't have to sleep in a puddle. You can let some sunshine and fresh air into your life, too, courtesy of several SVX windows and four welded, adjustable mesh vents that'll keep you from feeling too claustrophobic on your fifth day of being stuck inside. The zippers are welded, their pulls are reflective, and the corner webbing is color-coded to make setup as easy as can be, even if the wind's howling. Good luck finding a body builder than can do all that. Read More

NEMO Equipment Inc.
$299.95 $224.96 at Backcountry.com

Nemo Equipment's Galaxi 3P Tent is spacious for camping comforts and lightweight for backpacking. No-see-um mesh gives the walls p...lenty of ventilation in warm weather, and the PU-coated fly and floor protect you and your gear from wet conditions. The Galaxi's one-piece hubbed pole gives an intuitive, innovative, and quick setup. Nemo equipped the Galaxi with two doors for easy entry and two vestibules for simple storage. MagTie magnetic door tie-backs keep the doors open when you want more fresh air. This tent also features Nemo's overhead Light Pockets that keep the spacious interior well-lit when paired with headlamps. There's a footprint, repair kit, stuff sack, stakes, and guy-out cords for extra camping convenience. Read More

Big Agnes
$549.95 at Backcountry.com

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

Mountain Hardwear
$4,999.95 at Backcountry.com

Every base camp out there has at least one Mountain Hardwear Space Station Tent for communication centers, dining halls, hospitals..., and sleeping fifteen alpinists of course. Built out of a burly nylon taffeta with multiple PU and silicon coatings for waterproof protection, the highly durable Space Station was designed specifically for high altitude and extended alpine expeditions. Fifteen industry-leading Paleria DAC Pressfit poles make sure this tent doesn't bend against wind and storms, and an adjustable partial coverage rain fly works with the perimeter snow flaps to keep the inside dry and comfortable. The Space Station also features SVX windows so everyone can check the conditions without opening one of the three doors. A zippered top thru-vent lets out steam, and ten adjustable vents bring a sufficient amount of airflow in. An internal perimeter skirt offers off-ground space, and internal pockets help you organize all your personal gear. Bartacks color-coded webbing at each stake-out point help with set-up, and a rugged duffel bag provides easy transportation. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$54.95 at Backcountry.com

The Mountain Hardwear EV 2 Footprint prolongs the life of your high-altitude expedition shelter, the EV 2 tent. This footprint pro...tects your EV 2's bottom from rocky alpine terrain, and it provides an extra barrier from soggy ground with its waterproof nylon material. The footprint itself is slightly smaller than the tent, preventing pooling water during seriously wet conditions. Read More

Crux
$648.95 at Backcountry.com

Clouds are building overhead, the wind's getting gusty, and snowflakes are starting to fall, so you'd better hurry and get the Cru...x X1 Strike Tent set up before the storm hits. It's a good thing that this 2 Person, $ Season tent goes up in a jiffy, with a simple Yunan Ultralite three-pole design that provides a bombproof shelter in stormy weather and enough headroom that you can your partner can sit up to check the weather every once in a while. The X1's tough nylon and polyester fabrics are treated with TPU for serious waterproofing. Even more impressive is the X-Tex waterproof and breathable membrane, a unique design that prevents condensation from building up inside your tent, keeping the walls dry, your sleeping bag drip free, and the fabric eminently breathable. The secret is activated carbon, which absorbs water vapor before it becomes droplets and transfers it quickly to the outer wall of the tent to keep the inner walls dry to the touch. If that's not breathable enough for you, there's a mesh panel on the door that can be opened to increase ventilation, along with a roof vent to let moisture escape upwards. Adjustable Dyneema webbing locks the poles in place and lets you batten down the hatches before it gets too windy, while aluminum alloy pegs keep your shelter from blowing away in the storm. Read More

Crazy Creek
$85.05 at Backcountry.com

Whether you need a dry place to store gear while you're camping or backpacking or need a place to cook and sleep that's out of the... elements, the Crazy Creek Crazy Tarp will provide protection from the rain without weighing you down. The tarp includes all the guy lines and stakes needed for set up as well as a stuff sack for storage. The packed weight, including guy lines and stakes, is just 1lb 12oz. Read More

Crux
$848.95 at Backcountry.com

The lightest double-wall tent that Crux offers, the X2 Storm Two-Person Four-Season Tent is a lightweight but bombproof shelter th...at's designed to handle alpine expeditions and winter camping without breaking a sweat (or a pole). The dome-style design provides exceptional durability under wind and snow loading, while the asymmetrical shape--narrower at the rear, wider in the front--adds more vestibule space and increases the X2's strength. A structure is only as good as the materials it's made of, so Crux made the X2 out of the best. The fly and body are made of ripstop nylon and coated with waterproof silicone and PU, respectively, while the floor is made of tough nylon taffeta to keep rocks, ice, and sticks from poking through. Four DAC Featherlite aluminum poles clip into grommets to form a triangular geodesic-style pattern, and the adjustable Dyneema webbing lets you tighten up the corners to achieve serious stability under wind loading. When you're stranded inside while the storm rages, the details can start to make a big difference. While the X2 isn't decked out with bells and whistles, it does have multiple internal pockets to keep your headlamp, book, and deck of cards safe. It also has a small rear vestibule that's only accessible from the inside, for added weatherproof storage space. Read More

Big Agnes
$60.00 at Backcountry.com

Make the life of your Wyoming Trail 2 Tent from Big Agnes last longer with the Wyoming Trail 2 Footprint. Made of durable polyeste...r, this footprint is given a polyurethane coating to shed water and increase the overall durability of your tent. Read More

Sierra Designs
$69.95 $52.46 at Backcountry.com

Protect the bottom of your Convert 3 Tent from wear and tear with the Sierra Designs Convert 3 Footprint. Not only will it improve... the life of your tent, but it will show your tent that you really appreciate all that it does for you. Read More

Crux
$998.95 at Backcountry.com

By putting an emphasis on strength rather than weight, the engineers at Crux have created a strong, versatile base camp shelter wi...th the X3 Bunker 3-Person, 4-Season Tent. Designed to weather the storm while you wait for the weather to clear for your summit attempt, the X3 Bunker has a double-wall construction with a stout 45D ripstop nylon fly treated and a silicone coating rated for up to 7000mm of protection from snow. The inner canopy is composed of a 30D high-tenacity nylon for additional protection from the elements. The groundsheet is comprised of a 90-denier PU coated taffeta nylon that is not only water-resistant, but will readily resist tearing. Two entry points further increase this tent's versatility, while a large front and shortened rear vestibules provide plenty of space to ready equipment and cook food out of the elements. Five DAC Featherlite NSL poles strike a balance between strength and weight, while two vents at the front of the fly help to promote breathability. Internal storage pockets give you a place to stow small pieces of gear. And with six Dyneema guylines fitted with mini-Linelok adjusters, you can sleep easy when things are socked in knowing your tent is secure. Read More

Big Agnes
$369.95 at Backcountry.com

Big Agnes' Bitter Springs UL 1 Tent brings only the basics for an ultralight backpacking experience. In spite of its basic design,... however, the Bitter Springs is host to an oversized vestibule that you can sit under in bad weather. Big Agnes built the fly and floor out of PU-coated ripstop material to protect you from the elements,. The mesh walls provide cool comfort in warmer weather. The Bitter Springs UL 1 requires two trekking poles for the setup. One pole has to collapse down to forty inches, and the other to thirty. Big Agnes included one DAC Pressfit Pole that rounds out the interior for a roomier feel. DAC Twist Clips and Jake's Foot attachments make for an easier and secure setup. Internal mesh pockets keep your small valuables in check. Read More

Crux
$748.95 at Backcountry.com

When venturing into the alpine, arm yourself with the Crux X1 4-Season, 2-Person Assault Tent. Made with Crux's X-tex fabric, this... single-wall tent is unique to traditional single-wall tents since it utilizes a carbon-activated PU coating to promote breathability and prevent condensation from occurring along the inner walls of the tent. This is achieved by allowing moisture to pass though the fabric in both a vaporous and liquid state, so condensation in the tent doesn't get trapped as with traditional waterproof, breathable membranes. Even more unique, is that fact that the fabric remains dry to the touch throughout the process. A central roof vent along with a mesh panel located at the door further promotes comfort. A burly, 70-denier groundsheet provides a sturdy place to set up shop, and a lightweight carbon coated vestibule makes for a great place to cook dinner and boil water for your evening tea. The tent comes with three lightweight Yunan poles, ten alloy square-section stakes, and four 2-way Dyneema guylines fitted with mini Linelok adjusters for a solid setup that will hold up in the face of ripping high alpine winds. Read More

Big Agnes
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

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

Eureka
$299.90 at Backcountry.com

There's enough room for you, your family, and your children's friends in the Eureka 6-person 3-Season Sunrise 6 Tent. The Sunrise'...s spacious 121 sq feet of interior space makes it an ideal shelter for that cross-country road trip or as a getaway in the backyard for your kids.Top and bottom door air vents, two mesh roof vents, and four large zippered windows help to keep the air flowing and everyone feeling cool. The heavy-duty materials on the floor and walls will make sure this tent can take a beating in any 3-season weather. Eureka gave the Sunrise 6 a simple two-pole design for easy set-up. The fiberglass frame, clips, and rings are super durable, so you can take it on trips season after season. Keep the whole crew's stuff organized with the hanging gear loft organizer, two built in water bottle holders, corner organizer, and wall organizer with mirror. The seven-foot center height is tall enough even for the tallest dad. A media-friendly pouch along the side lets you drop in a tablet or other device to watch a movie when the weather outside is more pea soup than fun in the sun. Read More

Crux
$998.95 at Backcountry.com

By putting an emphasis on strength rather than weight, the engineers at Crux have created a strong, versatile base camp shelter wi...th the X3 Bunker 3-Person, 4-Season Tent. Designed to weather the storm while you wait for the weather to clear for your summit attempt, the X3 Bunker has a double-wall construction with a stout 45D ripstop nylon fly treated and a silicone coating rated for up to 7000mm of protection from snow. The inner canopy is composed of a 30D high-tenacity nylon for additional protection from the elements. The groundsheet is comprised of a 90-denier PU coated taffeta nylon that is not only water-resistant, but will readily resist tearing. Two entry points further increase this tent's versatility, while a large front and shortened rear vestibules provide plenty of space to ready equipment and cook food out of the elements. Five DAC Featherlite NSL poles strike a balance between strength and weight, while two vents at the front of the fly help to promote breathability. Internal storage pockets give you a place to stow small pieces of gear. And with six Dyneema guylines fitted with mini-Linelok adjusters, you can sleep easy when things are socked in knowing your tent is secure. Read More

Easton Mountain Products
$99.95 at Backcountry.com

It's not always easy to find shade, and sometimes it's an absolute necessity. The Easton Mountain Products Sundial Shade Shelter i...s super-lightweight so you can always have it ready to go. Either lay it down or prop it up, depending on whether you're standing or sitting, and you'll have a shady spot at your disposal. Read More

NEMO Equipment Inc.
$399.95 $299.96 at Backcountry.com

Nemo's Dagger 2P Tent is lightweight for easy backpacking and roomy for comfy car camping. Nemo kept the Dagger's weight down to a... mere three pounds by making the majority of the canopy out of no-see-um mesh, which also provides a heap load of ventilated airflow in warm weather. The PU-coated fly, floor, and vestibule protect you and your gear from rain, dirt, and abrasion. For an easy setup, the Dagger uses DAC's Featherlite NSL poles that truly live up to their superlight status. Nemo's pole supported technology connects each pole to the other for optimized strength, wind resistance, and internal volume. There are Overhead Light Pockets that turn your headlamp's beam into a well-lit interior. Read More

MSR
$169.95 at Backcountry.com

With the addition of the MSR Nook Gear Shed to your MSR Nook Tent, you can treat yourself to massive vestibule space and a dry pla...ce to put on your boots when it's raining outside. This gear shed easily attaches to your MSR Nook tent via pole clips, fends off rain with a waterproof coating, and features its own support pole for added head room. Suddenly, you'll wonder how you lived without all this added space. Two lightweight aluminum poles keep everything overhead, while MiniGroundhog stakes keep it all clamped down tight. Read More

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NEMO Equipment Inc.
$399.95 $299.96 at Backcountry.com

Nemo's Dagger 2P Tent is lightweight for easy backpacking and roomy for comfy car camping. Nemo kept the Dagger's weight down to a... mere three pounds by making the majority of the canopy out of no-see-um mesh, which also provides a heap load of ventilated airflow in warm weather. The PU-coated fly, floor, and vestibule protect you and your gear from rain, dirt, and abrasion. For an easy setup, the Dagger uses DAC's Featherlite NSL poles that truly live up to their superlight status. Nemo's pole supported technology connects each pole to the other for optimized strength, wind resistance, and internal volume. There are Overhead Light Pockets that turn your headlamp's beam into a well-lit interior. Read More

Rab
$199.95 at Backcountry.com

You never really plan on spending a cold, wet, and windy night out in the open, but the Rab Survival Zone Bivy Sack is designed to... provide lightweight emergency shelter when things don't quite go according to plan. It weighs less than a pound and packs down to the size of a water bottle, so it's easy to stash in your pack when you head up into questionable conditions in the alpine, and it's made from 70D Hyperlite Storm fabric that blocks water so your bag doesn't get soggy and cold. A drawstring entrance seals up tight to prevent water creeping in around your face, too, so you can sleep (relatively) comfortably when things don't go the way you expected them to. Read More

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Crux
$848.95 at Backcountry.com

The lightest double-wall tent that Crux offers, the X2 Storm Two-Person Four-Season Tent is a lightweight but bombproof shelter th...at's designed to handle alpine expeditions and winter camping without breaking a sweat (or a pole). The dome-style design provides exceptional durability under wind and snow loading, while the asymmetrical shape--narrower at the rear, wider in the front--adds more vestibule space and increases the X2's strength. A structure is only as good as the materials it's made of, so Crux made the X2 out of the best. The fly and body are made of ripstop nylon and coated with waterproof silicone and PU, respectively, while the floor is made of tough nylon taffeta to keep rocks, ice, and sticks from poking through. Four DAC Featherlite aluminum poles clip into grommets to form a triangular geodesic-style pattern, and the adjustable Dyneema webbing lets you tighten up the corners to achieve serious stability under wind loading. When you're stranded inside while the storm rages, the details can start to make a big difference. While the X2 isn't decked out with bells and whistles, it does have multiple internal pockets to keep your headlamp, book, and deck of cards safe. It also has a small rear vestibule that's only accessible from the inside, for added weatherproof storage space. Read More

Rab
$199.95 at Backcountry.com

You never really plan on spending a cold, wet, and windy night out in the open, but the Rab Survival Zone Bivy Sack is designed to... provide lightweight emergency shelter when things don't quite go according to plan. It weighs less than a pound and packs down to the size of a water bottle, so it's easy to stash in your pack when you head up into questionable conditions in the alpine, and it's made from 70D Hyperlite Storm fabric that blocks water so your bag doesn't get soggy and cold. A drawstring entrance seals up tight to prevent water creeping in around your face, too, so you can sleep (relatively) comfortably when things don't go the way you expected them to. Read More

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Easton Mountain Products
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

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

Kelty
$99.95 $74.96 at Backcountry.com

Don't leave your outdoor plans to the fickle whims of Mother Nature. Take the Kelty Cabana with you to the beach, music festival, ...or tailgating and watch how your crew becomes the center of the neighborhood. Super beach-friendly, this portable, three-sided shelter helps keep you and your friends nice and dry. Sand bag stakes can be used on the beach, and guyout points secure the Cabana to the ground or nearby trees when camping. The Cabana also has closeable privacy panels and a closeable front when you want to shut out the outside world for a quick nap. Read More

Big Agnes
$369.95 at Backcountry.com

Big Agnes' Bitter Springs UL 1 Tent brings only the basics for an ultralight backpacking experience. In spite of its basic design,... however, the Bitter Springs is host to an oversized vestibule that you can sit under in bad weather. Big Agnes built the fly and floor out of PU-coated ripstop material to protect you from the elements,. The mesh walls provide cool comfort in warmer weather. The Bitter Springs UL 1 requires two trekking poles for the setup. One pole has to collapse down to forty inches, and the other to thirty. Big Agnes included one DAC Pressfit Pole that rounds out the interior for a roomier feel. DAC Twist Clips and Jake's Foot attachments make for an easier and secure setup. Internal mesh pockets keep your small valuables in check. Read More

Big Agnes
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

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

Nemo
$299.95 $224.96 at Backcountry.com

Nemo Equipment's Galaxi 3P Tent is spacious for camping comforts and lightweight for backpacking. No-see-um mesh gives the walls p...lenty of ventilation in warm weather, and the PU-coated fly and floor protect you and your gear from wet conditions. The Galaxi's one-piece hubbed pole gives an intuitive, innovative, and quick setup. Nemo equipped the Galaxi with two doors for easy entry and two vestibules for simple storage. MagTie magnetic door tie-backs keep the doors open when you want more fresh air. This tent also features Nemo's overhead Light Pockets that keep the spacious interior well-lit when paired with headlamps. There's a footprint, repair kit, stuff sack, stakes, and guy-out cords for extra camping convenience. Read More

Kelty
$249.95 $187.46 at Backcountry.com

Load up the kids and hit the trail with confidence, especially knowing you have the Kelty Salida 4 Tent waiting for you at camp. T...he nylon floor and polyester fly of this tent are both treated with a polyurethane coating and fully seam taped, effectively transforming your tent into a waterproof backcountry sanctuary. The setup is made extremely easy thanks to color-coded clip and fly attachments for the lightweight aluminum poles. With a free-standing setup, you can pretty much set up this cozy sleeper anywhere you see fit. Gearloft loops and internal storage pockets let your kids keep their stuff separated from each other. Read More

Nemo
$319.95 $239.96 at Backcountry.com

Nemo Equipment's Shadowcaster 165 Tarp has such a simple setup that you can take it wherever you need shelter from the sky. Spring... Link technology lets you get this tarp setup while everyone else is just getting started setting up camp. Guy-outs and adjustable tarp poles let you customize the setup to protect you from overhead sunlight or windy rains from the side. PU-coated ripstop sheds rainfall and resists the sun's UV rays. Nemo included a duffel stuff sack with pole bag compartments for easy travel. Read More

Big Agnes
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

The Bitter Springs UL 2 Tent is Big Agnes' ultralight tent for weight-conscious backpackers. This tent features the basic of basic...s in order to shed weight as much as possible, with only one door and a surprisingly large vestibule. Big Agnes built the fly and floor out of PU-coated ripstop to protect you from the elements, and the walls out of mesh for cool comfort in warmer weather. The Bitter Springs UL 2 requires two trekking poles for setup. One pole has to collapse down to 40 inches, and the other to 30. Big Agnes included one DAC Pressfit Pole that rounds out the interior for a roomier feel. DAC Twist Clips and Jake's Foot attachments make for an easier and secure setup. Internal mesh pockets keep your small valuables in check. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$449.95 at Backcountry.com

If you frequently backpack in a wilderness area that sees a lot of rain, the Mountain Hardwear Skyledge 2 DP Tent was made for you.... With the innovative DryPitch technology, you can quickly pitch the fly before the tent in rainy weather, which allows you to stay dry while setting up the tent under the protection of the two vestibules. The spacious interior comfortably sleeps two adults and tough construction materials provide ample protection for spring, summer, or fall excursions. Plus, the DryPitch system allow you to set up an ultra-light minimalist shelter with just the fly, poles, and footprint. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$449.95 at Backcountry.com

If you frequently backpack in a wilderness area that sees a lot of rain, the Mountain Hardwear Skyledge 2 DP Tent was made for you.... With the innovative DryPitch technology, you can quickly pitch the fly before the tent in rainy weather, which allows you to stay dry while setting up the tent under the protection of the two vestibules. The spacious interior comfortably sleeps two adults and tough construction materials provide ample protection for spring, summer, or fall excursions. Plus, the DryPitch system allow you to set up an ultra-light minimalist shelter with just the fly, poles, and footprint. Read More

Mountainsmith
$129.95 at Backcountry.com

Mountainsmith makes a number of multi-person tents, but the Mountain Shelter LT Tarp is by far its lightest two-person shelter. Sp...artan by almost all standards, this tent is comprised of only a single door, it utilizes a single-wall design, and there's no floor. At just two pounds, the Mountain Shelter is three pounds lighter than its big brother the Morrison, and this tarp pitches without poles. Just slide a pair of trekking poles in under the tarp, pitch the corners, tension the guylines, and you're good to go (or use the two top points to connect to tree branches). This is an excellent minimalist option for backpackers looking to save weight and pack space without giving up vital protection from the weather. Read More

Mountainsmith
$129.95 at Backcountry.com

Mountainsmith makes a number of multi-person tents, but the Mountain Shelter LT Tarp is by far its lightest two-person shelter. Sp...artan by almost all standards, this tent is comprised of only a single door, it utilizes a single-wall design, and there's no floor. At just two pounds, the Mountain Shelter is three pounds lighter than its big brother the Morrison, and this tarp pitches without poles. Just slide a pair of trekking poles in under the tarp, pitch the corners, tension the guylines, and you're good to go (or use the two top points to connect to tree branches). This is an excellent minimalist option for backpackers looking to save weight and pack space without giving up vital protection from the weather. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$799.95 at Backcountry.com

First introduced in 1995, Trangos have become standard issue for mountaineering expeditions year-round. Teardrop-shaped front and ...rear doors conveniently tuck away, welded loops for securing the fly and a bathtub-style floor for better weather protection. Read More

Kelty
$149.95 $112.46 at Backcountry.com

Load up the family and head out west with the Kelty Yellowstone 4-Person 3-Season Tent, and tour the West's most iconic national p...arks. This stout tent won't break the bank and has plenty of room to comfortably sleep four, making it great for families, folks with pets, or someone who just likes a little room to stretch out on their air mattress at the end of the day. Two poles make for simple set-ups, and a polyester rain fly keeps things dry when a summer storm rolls through the campground. Read More

Kelty
$149.95 $112.46 at Backcountry.com

Load up the family and head out west with the Kelty Yellowstone 4-Person 3-Season Tent, and tour the West's most iconic national p...arks. This stout tent won't break the bank and has plenty of room to comfortably sleep four, making it great for families, folks with pets, or someone who just likes a little room to stretch out on their air mattress at the end of the day. Two poles make for simple set-ups, and a polyester rain fly keeps things dry when a summer storm rolls through the campground. Read More

Terra Nova
$998.95 at Backcountry.com

If it's in the Guinness Book of World Records as the lightest double-wall shelter on the planet, you can rest assured knowing the ...Terra Nova Laser Ultra 1 Tent offers plenty of bang for your buck. Terra Nova's proprietary TN Ultra fabric boasts a PU coating to keep the Laser Ultra as tough as it is light. Read More

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