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Sierra Designs
$267.73 at REI Outlet

The 3-season Flashlight 2 UL tent is a 2-person ultralight backpacking tent for those who believe that comfort and light weight sh...ouldn't be mutually exclusive. Read More

Sierra Designs
$124.96 at Austin Kayak

1-Person /Ultralight We have updated the styling and materials on our popular Zagori, offering a pre-bent aluminum pole for comfor...table sleeping. Waterproof-breathable Drizone laughs off the worst weather and welded seams endure season after season of use, just what climbers and fast packers need. Lambert's Tips: How to Repair a Tent Lambert's Tips: How to Care for Tent Floors Lambert's Tips: How to Fix a Broken Tent Pole Read More

Sierra Designs
$59.96 at Austin Kayak

Whether your boy is an experienced backcountry adventurer or merely likes to pitch a tent in the backyard, hell stay warm and comf...ortable at night thanks to the Sierra Designs Big Dog 35 Sleeping Bag. The bags Heat-Sync synthetic insulation provides great warmth, even when wet, and an ergonomic hood and draft tube prevent heat from escaping. For extra coziness, Sierra Designs lined the foot box with microfleece. In case your young camper forgets a pillow, he can stuff a fleece into the built-in pillow pocket. Another pocket in the chest stores his headlamp in easy reach for those middle-of-the-night trips to the loo. Just to keep things easy, Sierra Designs attached the stuff sack to the bag so it never gets lost. Read More

Sierra Designs
$47.96 at Austin Kayak

The Sierra Designs Convert 3 Footprint adds function and durability to the Convert 3 tent. This Fast Pack footprint protects your ...tent from dirt, gravel and sharp objects to extend the life of your tent and your investment. Read More

Sierra Designs
$129.96 at Austin Kayak

Designed to specifically fit the Sierra Designs Flash 4 Tent Protects the bottom of your tent from dirt, mud, and sharp objects Ja...kes Foot Attachment 1800mm Waterproofness Read More

Sierra Designs
$119.90 at Austin Kayak

Three people fully equipped to tag a winter summit require a lot of gear. Get the space you need to keep your expensive equipment ...out of the elements by adding an additional Vestibule to your Sierra Designs Convert 3 Tent. Read More

Sierra Designs
$359.95 at Backcountry.com

Sierra Designs' lightweight Mountain Guide Tarp is a durable shelter for winter expeditions and summer alpine campsites. This full...y seam taped tarp protects you from the burliest conditions with reliable waterproofing. In winter, dig out a 10-inch snow pit and extend the telescoping center pole to provide more head room. For summer adventures, open the adjustable access port with the roll-back door to ensure sufficient ventilation. The Mountain Guide also features a roof vent to prevent over-condensation, snow flaps for additional protection in winter's weather, and reflective guy out points for an easier setup. Read More

Sierra Designs
$689.90 at Austin Kayak

Sierra Designs set out develop a tent that will handle all your winter and summer multi-day missions with its Convert 3 4-Season T...ent. Its hybrid double/single-wall construction offers excellent, all-season protection that gives you a dry place to warm up and sleep soundly, and despite its bomber construction, this tent remains fairly lightweight so you won't feel too weighed down while you climb. The floor consists of a durable nylon that Sierra Designs fully taped for extra waterproof protection. The tent's DAC NSL poles are featherlight to keep the weight off your back while you hike, and the locking pole tips prevent the poles from bending and collapsing when the winds start to howl. The unique design of the Convert 3 puts a breathable double wall canopy at the tops and sides of the tent, and the fabric is engineered to prevent dust and spindrift from blowing in whether you're camped on a high-elevation snowfield, or dusty desert floor. For winter camping, a removable vestibule provides ample storage for all your gear, while a second vestibule (sold separately) can be attached at the other side of the tent for even more storage space. When summer camping, the vestibule can be left back at the truck to shave almost a whole pound from the total weight of the tent. An external pitch design makes set up easy in even the most foul weather and two doors make for easy ins and outs throughout the night. Read More

Sierra Designs
$299.90 at Austin Kayak

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

Sierra Designs
$399.90 at Austin Kayak

If you're looking for a little more elbow room than a two-person tent for your car camping or backpacking adventures, then look no... further than the Sierra Designs Flash 3 Tent. This tent snugly fits three people or gives a luxurious amount of space for two. Its 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 its steep walls and high ceiling give more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. The gear closets also have plenty of 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 three 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. You'll be completely content with this tent if you're camping in a warm desert during the early weeks of fall and finishing the season with a backpacking adventure across the Tetons. Read More

Sierra Designs
$179.96 at Austin Kayak

Sierra Designs A.S.A.P. Ultralight 1 Person Bivy and Tarp

Sierra Designs
$219.90 at Austin Kayak

It's surprising how comfortable the Sierra Designs Flashlight 1 Tent is considering how light it is. The designers at Sierra Desig...ns blended single-wall and double-wall constructions--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 unique design helps you set this tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives this tent more space than conventional solo tents without any added weight. 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. 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 pack each time you get in and out. Sierra Designs built the floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it light, 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. 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

Sierra Designs
$269.90 at Austin Kayak

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

Sierra Designs
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

If you're looking for a little more elbow room than a two-person tent for your car camping or backpacking adventures, then look no... further than the Sierra Designs Flash 3 Tent. This tent snugly fits three people or gives a luxurious amount of space for two. Its 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 its steep walls and high ceiling give more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. The gear closets also have plenty of 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 three 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. You'll be completely content with this tent if you're camping in a warm desert during the early weeks of fall and finishing the season with a backpacking adventure across the Tetons. Read More

Sierra Designs
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

It's surprising how comfortable the Sierra Designs Flashlight 1 Tent is considering how light it is. The designers at Sierra Desig...ns blended single-wall and double-wall constructions--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 unique design helps you set this tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives this tent more space than conventional solo tents without any added weight. 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. 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 pack each time you get in and out. Sierra Designs built the floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it light, 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. 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

Sierra Designs
$269.90 at Austin Kayak

You and your backpacking buddy are surprisingly comfortable with all the space you have in the lightweight Sierra Designs Flashlig...ht 2 Tent. The designers at Sierra Designs blended single-wall and double-wall constructions--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 unique design helps you set this tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives this tent more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, this tent has two eight-inch awnings over both drop doors to give you a dry space to cook comfortably in poor conditions, and the drop doors have large openings so the two of you can enjoy the view from the comfort of your sleeping bags. Gear closets to the sides of the tent offer plenty of space for both of your backpacks and shoes so you two don't have to climb over your gear when you go to bed. Sierra Designs built the floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it 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 tent enhances airflow to keep you comfortable while you sleep during a hot summer 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

Sierra Designs
$54.99 at Austin Kayak

Treat your Sierra Designs Convert 2 tent like a king by laying out the red carpet of the Sierra Designs Convert 2 Footprint. It ex...tends the life of your tent by protecting it from punctures and abrasions, so you and your tent have a long-lasting, meaningful relationship. Read More

Sierra Designs
$569.90 at Austin Kayak

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

Sierra Designs
$269.95 at Backcountry.com

You and your backpacking buddy are surprisingly comfortable with all the space you have in the lightweight Sierra Designs Flashlig...ht 2 Tent. The designers at Sierra Designs blended single-wall and double-wall constructions--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 unique design helps you set this tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives this tent more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, this tent has two eight-inch awnings over both drop doors to give you a dry space to cook comfortably in poor conditions, and the drop doors have large openings so the two of you can enjoy the view from the comfort of your sleeping bags. Gear closets to the sides of the tent offer plenty of space for both of your backpacks and shoes so you two don't have to climb over your gear when you go to bed. Sierra Designs built the floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it 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 tent enhances airflow to keep you comfortable while you sleep during a hot summer 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

Sierra Designs
$479.96 at Austin Kayak

Ready to summit K2; the Sierra Designs Convert 3 Person Tent features an internal- and external-pole configuration, super ventilat...ion, and a zippered floor opening, thanks to the feedback of international Alpine Guide, Chris Warner. This single wall tent is both waterproof and highly breathable, and the Convert 3 also features reflective guy outs and door trim for improved usability. The super well vented and versatile Sierra Designs Convert 3 Person Tent is ready for all outdoor adventure. Read More

Sierra Designs
$499.96 at Austin Kayak

Stash up to six people inside the Sierra Design Yahi Annex 6 Plus 2 Tent. More than six feet of vertical headroom means that you c...an stand up to change in the morning and ample ventilation helps you sleep comfortably at night. An easy-to-pitch pole structure makes it simple for adults or kids to help set up this three-season tent, and do so without error. Full-coverage weatherproofing includes a large, waterproof vestibule that streches out and over the roomy vestibule. Suddenly camping with the family, and the family's family, just became simple. Read More

Sierra Designs
$219.90 at Austin Kayak

On those really cold hiking days sometimes the only thing that keeps you going is knowing there's a warm sleeping bag waiting for ...you back at camp, but unless you plan on staring at the walls of your tent for the rest of the evening, you aren't really going to be able to enjoy the simple pleasures of your sleeping bag until you're conked out for the night. With the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy SYN Sleeping Bag you can enjoy the warmth and comfort of your bag as you stroll about camp while sipping a hot toddies, snacking on some gorp, and making a plan for tomorrow's adventure. The design of the Mobile Mummy is just as its name suggests, a mummy bag you can walk, talk, and eat in. This is achieved through zipperless arm and leg ports through which you can easily put your limbs. Each port is backed by a draft tube to prevent cold air from seeping through while you sleep, and the foot box easily attaches to toggles at the back of the bag to prevent it from dragging while you take a walkabout. The hood and shoulders of the bag are modeled after a jacket for a comfortable fit and feel while you're sleeping and walking, and the nearly full-length zipper is at the center front of the bag so you can lose a bit of heat and step in and out with ease. This synthetic version of the Mobile Mummy is ideal for warmer, wetter climates and is comfort rated to 34F with a lower limit of 24F, making it ideal for late spring, summer, and early fall camping and backpacking trips. Read More

Sierra Designs
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

As much fun as sleeping alone in a sleeping bag is, taking a doze with your lover in the old sack is much more fun. Now with the S...ierra Designs Backcountry Bed Duo SYN Sleeping Bag, you and your significant other can sleep comfortably side-by-side just like you do at home. The double-wide design of the bag makes it easy to snuggle up, while an integrated comforter conforms to you and your partner's preferred sleeping positions. A large catenary opening makes getting in and out a cinch, and insulated hand and arm pockets give your limbs a cozy home on cold nights. When it starts to heat up, pop your feet through the hands-free foot vents and let those dogs breath. And last but least, the bag features adjustable sleeping pad sleeves that attach each person's sleeping pad to the bag for a secure and comfortable night's sleep. Read More

Sierra Designs
$199.90 at Austin Kayak

On those really cold hiking days sometimes the only thing that keeps you going is knowing there's a warm sleeping bag waiting for ...you back at camp, but unless you plan on staring at the walls of your tent for the rest of the evening, you aren't really going to be able to enjoy the simple pleasures of your sleeping bag until you're conked out for the night. With the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy SYN Sleeping Bag you can enjoy the warmth and comfort of your bag as you stroll about camp while sipping a hot toddies, snacking on some gorp, and making a plan for tomorrow's adventure. The design of the Mobile Mummy is just as its name suggests, a mummy bag you can walk, talk, and eat in. This is achieved through zipperless arm and leg ports through which you can easily put your limbs. Each port is backed by a draft tube to prevent cold air from seeping through while you sleep, and the foot box easily attaches to toggles at the back of the bag to prevent it from dragging while you take a walkabout. The hood and shoulders of the bag are modeled after a jacket for a comfortable fit and feel while you're sleeping and walking, and the nearly full-length zipper is at the center front of the bag so you can lose a bit of heat and step in and out with ease. This synthetic version of the Mobile Mummy is ideal for warmer, wetter climates and is comfort rated to 34F with a lower limit of 24F, making it ideal for late spring, summer, and early fall camping and backpacking trips. Read More

Sierra Designs
$499.95 at Backcountry.com

Sleeping separate in the backcountry when you're used to an all out snuggle-fest can put a strain on any relationship. Luckily, Si...erra Designs developed a way for you and your significant other to snuggle up in the backcountry with the Backcountry Bed Duo 600-fill Down Sleeping Bag. With room for two, this double-wide mummy will accommodate you and your lover for a cozy night's sleep in the wilderness.The engineers at Sierra Designs took the design of their popular Backcountry Bed and stretched the dimension to fit two stoked campers. Using the same integrated comforter, it is designed to naturally wrap to your preferred sleeping position and allows you to adjust to different temperatures. An insulated hand and arm sleeve gives you a place to warm your digits when the temperatures drop throughout the night, while the self-sealing foot vent allows either person to pop their feet out if their toes get too toasty. When the vents aren't in use a draft collar prevents cold air from seeping through. Like the original Backcountry Bed, the duo version has the same sleeping pad sleeve, which allows the bag to be used with either two 20-inch sleeping pads or two 25-inch pads. Read More

Sierra Designs
$179.95 at Backcountry.com

Why put up with the confines of a mummy bag when you can sleep foot loose and fancy free in the Sierra Designs Backcountry Bed Syn...thetic Sleeping Bag? Ideal for summer camping and backpacking trips, Sierra Designs' Backcountry Bed sleeping bags are for those wiggle worm sleepers who prefer to move about while they sleep. Their zipperless design and and large catenary-shaped opening allow you to easily slip into the bag and then wiggle about once you're in there. An integrated comforter acts more like a blanket than a sleeping bag by enabling you to comfortably sleep on your back, sides, or stomach. For even more versatility, the bag is fitted with a self-sealing foot vent that can be pushed open hands-free when your feet need to breathe and is draft-free when closed. A sleeping pad sleeve securely attaches your sleeping pad to the bag, and the insulated arm and hand pockets give your paws a place to warm if things get chilly. Read More

Sierra Designs
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

Bring your bed to the backcountry in the most comfortable, efficient way possible, thanks to the Sierra Designs Backcountry Bed SY...N Sleeping Bag. This line of bags from Sierra Designs represents an abrupt departure from anything we've previously seen in the sleeping bag world, thanks to its zipperless design and integrated comforter. The comforter can be left out of the bag on warmer nights, acting as a cover that can be rolled down or pulled up, or, on colder nights, can be tucked back around you forming a draft tube and sealing you off from the cold. The face opening closes as the sides of the bag are pushed outward, always maintaining the correct shape. Insulated hand and arm pockets on the outside of the comforter let you keep insulation under your arms, even when they're outside of the bag. A sleeping pad sleeve helps to keep everything in place by not allowing you to inadvertently slide off your insulation during your nightly dream-workouts. To further the comfort-range of this bag, Sierra Designs added a self-sealing, hands-free foot vent that allows you to stick one or both feet out to cool down, then pull them back in again, all without having to reach down with your hands. Read More

Sierra Designs
$179.95 at Backcountry.com

The amount of things you can do in the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy SYN Sleeping Bag is endless. The award-winning mobile mummy des...ign allows your limbs to pop through the zipperless arm ports and foot box and move about camp, all while enjoying the warmth and comfort of your sleeping bag. This synthetic version of the bag has a EN comfort rating of 46-degrees Fahrenheit, making it ideal for warm weather backpacking trips. Features on the Mobile Mummy include a 3/4-length center front zipper, which allows for easy ins and outs, a snug-fitting hood, a stowable footbox design, and draft-blocking baffles located at the collar, feet, arm ports, and behind the zipper. Read More

Sierra Designs
$389.90 at Austin Kayak

Lightweight, spacious, and versatile, the Sierra Designs Tensegrity 2 FL Tent features a unique design that not only provides more... space, but significantly lightens the overall weight. What makes the Tensegrity stand apart from others in its class is that it actually widens towards its peak, resulting in more head space while you read, relax, or sip your coffee on a rainy morning. The tent has a non-free standing design, which requires two fixed or adjustable trekking poles for setup. The canopy at the front gives the tent a spacious gear closet to keep your backpack and boots a dry without crowding up your living space. Two large doors at either side of the tent make for easy ins and outs, so you don't have crawl over your tent mate every time you need to take a leak, and an additional secondary entry makes accessing the gear closet possible from the main area of the tent. The tent can be set up on clear nights in a stargazing option, leaving the canopy clear, while the gear closet canopy can also be extended for an open pitch option (additional trekking poles required), giving the tent a large porch area for cooking and relaxing. Read More

Sierra Designs
$149.90 at Austin Kayak

When you're traveling light and fast through the backcountry, the Sierra Designs Backcountry Bivy gives you the ability to rest up... anywhere you need to before hitting the trail another day. Designed to be used with Sierra Designs' Backcountry Bed, this bivy sack gives you the option to wiggle about while you sleep, and it will accommodate a 2. 5-inch inflatable pad. A waterproof, breathable shell prevents moisture from seeping through, and a mesh ventilation window keeps bugs out while giving you plenty of air to breathe with ease while you sleep. Read More

Sierra Designs
$129.90 at Austin Kayak

When you're traveling light and fast through the backcountry, the Sierra Designs Backcountry Bivy gives you the ability to rest up... anywhere you need to before hitting the trail another day. Designed to be used with Sierra Designs' Backcountry Bed, this bivy sack gives you the option to wiggle about while you sleep, and it will accommodate a 2. 5-inch inflatable pad. A waterproof, breathable shell prevents moisture from seeping through, and a mesh ventilation window keeps bugs out while giving you plenty of air to breathe with ease while you sleep. Read More

Sierra Designs
$319.90 at Austin Kayak

Sierra Designs extended stepped up its ultralight backpacking tent game with the Tensegrity 1 FL Tent. Unlike most tents, the Tens...egrity's no-see-um mesh walls widen up top to give you a roomier feel. Sierra Designs also designed this tent with 360-degree ventilated airflow to keep you comfortably cool in warmer weather, and the water-resistant floor and fly protect you from wet weather during the cold seasons. The Tensegrity 1 FL also features two large drop doors with awning coverages under both that keep the sun and weather out of your tent, even with the doors open. The gear closet is large enough for all your gear, and you can roll it up to have a starry sky to see before you fall asleep. Trekking pole compatible means you can go lighter by switching the durable DAC poles out with your own trekking poles. Read More

Sierra Designs
$369.95 at Backcountry.com

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

Sierra Designs
$389.95 at Backcountry.com

Lightweight, spacious, and versatile, the Sierra Designs Tensegrity 2 FL Tent features a unique design that not only provides more... space, but significantly lightens the overall weight. What makes the Tensegrity stand apart from others in its class is that it actually widens towards its peak, resulting in more head space while you read, relax, or sip your coffee on a rainy morning. The tent has a non-free standing design, which requires two fixed or adjustable trekking poles for setup. The canopy at the front gives the tent a spacious gear closet to keep your backpack and boots a dry without crowding up your living space. Two large doors at either side of the tent make for easy ins and outs, so you don't have crawl over your tent mate every time you need to take a leak, and an additional secondary entry makes accessing the gear closet possible from the main area of the tent. The tent can be set up on clear nights in a stargazing option, leaving the canopy clear, while the gear closet canopy can also be extended for an open pitch option (additional trekking poles required), giving the tent a large porch area for cooking and relaxing. Read More

Sierra Designs
$299.95 at Backcountry.com

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

Sierra Designs
$369.95 at Backcountry.com

As thunder rolls in the distance, it's reassuring to know you have a safe backcountry home like the Sierra Designs Lightning 2 FL ...2-Person 3-Season Tent ready to go. If the storm's catching up to you quickly, the Lightning's freestanding, double-hub pole design lets you set it up anywhere in minutes, and the hybrid single/double-wall design reduces weight, making it easy to scamper off the ridge and find some cover. When the rain starts to fall, the treated nylon floor and and silicone-treated polyester fly will keep you bone-dry, while the mesh walls and covered foot vent will keep air moving so you don't have to sit in a stagnant pool of boot-stink and sticky air. Along with its superlight hybrid wall design, the Lightning's defining features are the dual gear closets, which zip open and separate boots, packs, and smelly gear from the sleeping area, so you can spread out while keeping your gear close at hand. Since this eliminates the need for a vestibule, the door is extra-wide, with enough room to accommodate two people sitting side-by-side, and it saves weight compared to a standard two-door design, so the Lightning weighs in at under four pounds, fully packed. Read More

Sierra Designs
$689.95 at Backcountry.com

Sierra Designs set out develop a tent that will handle all your winter and summer multi-day missions with its Convert 3 4-Season T...ent. Its hybrid double/single-wall construction offers excellent, all-season protection that gives you a dry place to warm up and sleep soundly, and despite its bomber construction, this tent remains fairly lightweight so you won't feel too weighed down while you climb. The floor consists of a durable nylon that Sierra Designs fully taped for extra waterproof protection. The tent's DAC NSL poles are featherlight to keep the weight off your back while you hike, and the locking pole tips prevent the poles from bending and collapsing when the winds start to howl. The unique design of the Convert 3 puts a breathable double wall canopy at the tops and sides of the tent, and the fabric is engineered to prevent dust and spindrift from blowing in whether you're camped on a high-elevation snowfield, or dusty desert floor. For winter camping, a removable vestibule provides ample storage for all your gear, while a second vestibule (sold separately) can be attached at the other side of the tent for even more storage space. When summer camping, the vestibule can be left back at the truck to shave almost a whole pound from the total weight of the tent. An external pitch design makes set up easy in even the most foul weather and two doors make for easy ins and outs throughout the night. Read More

Sierra Designs
$369.95 at Backcountry.com

As thunder rolls in the distance, it's reassuring to know you have a safe backcountry home like the Sierra Designs Lightning 2 FL ...2-Person 3-Season Tent ready to go. If the storm's catching up to you quickly, the Lightning's freestanding, double-hub pole design lets you set it up anywhere in minutes, and the hybrid single/double-wall design reduces weight, making it easy to scamper off the ridge and find some cover. When the rain starts to fall, the treated nylon floor and and silicone-treated polyester fly will keep you bone-dry, while the mesh walls and covered foot vent will keep air moving so you don't have to sit in a stagnant pool of boot-stink and sticky air. Along with its superlight hybrid wall design, the Lightning's defining features are the dual gear closets, which zip open and separate boots, packs, and smelly gear from the sleeping area, so you can spread out while keeping your gear close at hand. Since this eliminates the need for a vestibule, the door is extra-wide, with enough room to accommodate two people sitting side-by-side, and it saves weight compared to a standard two-door design, so the Lightning weighs in at under four pounds, fully packed. Read More

Sierra Designs
$89.00 at Austin Kayak

1 - Person / Ultralight Drizone makes a great bivy, because it is lightweight, waterproof, and breathes better than the competitio...n. With taped seams for durability, the Navassa also sports updated sizing and is completely re-styled. Read More

Sierra Designs
$299.95 at Campmor

The Sierra Designs Flashlight 1 FL is a very light 1 person tent that is easy to set up and roomy inside. The Flashlight 1 UL sets... up quickly and easily and has great ventilation. You can substitute your 2 Trekking poles for the 2 upright tent poles and save 6 oz. It is a Hybrid Single Double Wall design that saves weight, improves ventilation and has lots of livable space. User space in the tent is enhanced by the near vertical walls. There is 1 door and one gear Closet (vestibule) for stowing extra gear. All the seams are factory sealed so there are no worries about the weather. The poles are DAC shockcorded aluminum. Nearly identical to the Flashlight 1, the FL version users lighter poles and lighter fabrics to save weight and enhance your outdoor experience. Sleeps 1 Factory Sealed Main Fly and Floor seams Gear Closet (vestibule) for gear storage (3.5 sq.ft.) Save 6 oz, by using your trekking poles for set up - leave 2 poles home 1 door Super light fabrics save weight Shockcorded Aluminum NSL Pressfit DAC poles Easy set up non-freestanding design Dry Entry provided by Awning overhang of the door Hybrid - Double/Single all design - saves weight - eases set up Dry Set Up in the rain Vertical walls provide great interior living space Door Window has storm flap All carry bags and stakes included Fire retardant Import Read More

Sierra Designs
$299.95 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

Sierra Designs
$359.95 at Backcountry.com

Sierra Designs' lightweight Mountain Guide Tarp is a durable shelter for winter expeditions and summer alpine campsites. This full...y seam taped tarp protects you from the burliest conditions with reliable waterproofing. In winter, dig out a 10-inch snow pit and extend the telescoping center pole to provide more head room. For summer adventures, open the adjustable access port with the roll-back door to ensure sufficient ventilation. The Mountain Guide also features a roof vent to prevent over-condensation, snow flaps for additional protection in winter's weather, and reflective guy out points for an easier setup. Read More

Sierra Designs
$269.95 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

Sierra Designs
$359.95 $251.96 at Backcountry.com

Sierra Designs took its lightest two-man tent and made it even lighter to appease the most minimalist backpackers out there. In th...e Flashlight 2 UL Tent, it blended single-wall and double-wall constructions--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 unique design helps you set this tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives this tent more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, this tent has two eight-inch awnings over both drop doors to give you a dry space to cook comfortably in poor conditions, and the drop doors have large openings so the two of you can enjoy the view from the comfort of your sleeping bags. The gear closets to the sides of the tent offer plenty of space for both of your backpacks and shoes so you don't have to climb over each other's gear when you go to bed. Sierra Designs built the floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it 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 tent enhances its airflow to keep you comfortable on 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

Sierra Designs
$239.95 at Backcountry.com

The Mobile Mummy 600 Sleeping Bag from Sierra Designs has all the features you want out of a dedicated backpacking bag. The 600-fi...ll duck DriDown combines the best of down, its warmth-to-weight ratio, with synthetic fill's ability to stay dry and still insulate when wet. A draft collar, tube and draft side curtains help to seal out the elements and preserve your body's natural heat, a must for efficiency in the backcountry. The centrally-placed, two-way zipper is easy to maneuver with either hand and can be zipped up from the bottom in order to gain some ventilation on warmer nights. Zipperless arm ports at the side allow you to wake up in the morning and make coffee, all without leaving the comfort of your sleeping bag and tent. The footbox at the bottom can be opened, letting your feet get out to breathe and cool down. Not only that, but it can be stowed up behind the bag, letting you walk around camp without dragging the bottom of the bag on the ground. Read More

Sierra Designs
$239.95 at Backcountry.com

Bring your bed to the backcountry in the most comfortable, efficient way possible, thanks to the Sierra Designs Backcountry Bed SY...N Sleeping Bag. This line of bags from Sierra Designs represents an abrupt departure from anything we've previously seen in the sleeping bag world, thanks to its zipperless design and integrated comforter. The comforter can be left out of the bag on warmer nights, acting as a cover that can be rolled down or pulled up, or, on colder nights, can be tucked back around you forming a draft tube and sealing you off from the cold. The face opening closes as the sides of the bag are pushed outward, always maintaining the correct shape. Insulated hand and arm pockets on the outside of the comforter let you keep insulation under your arms, even when they're outside of the bag. A sleeping pad sleeve helps to keep everything in place by not allowing you to inadvertently slide off your insulation during your nightly dream-workouts. To further the comfort-range of this bag, Sierra Designs added a self-sealing, hands-free foot vent that allows you to stick one or both feet out to cool down, then pull them back in again, all without having to reach down with your hands. Read More

Sierra Designs
$259.95 at Backcountry.com

The Mobile Mummy 600 Sleeping Bag from Sierra Designs has all the features you want out of a dedicated backpacking bag. The 600-fi...ll duck DriDown combines the best of down, its warmth-to-weight ratio, with synthetic fill's ability to stay dry and still insulate when wet. A draft collar, tube and draft side curtains help to seal out the elements and preserve your body's natural heat, a must for efficiency in the backcountry. The centrally-placed, two-way zipper is easy to maneuver with either hand and can be zipped up from the bottom in order to gain some ventilation on warmer nights. Zipperless arm ports at the side allow you to wake up in the morning and make coffee, all without leaving the comfort of your sleeping bag and tent. The footbox at the bottom can be opened, letting your feet get out to breathe and cool down. Not only that, but it can be stowed up behind the bag, letting you walk around camp without dragging the bottom of the bag on the ground. Read More

Sierra Designs
$189.95 at Backcountry.com

Why put up with the confines of a mummy bag when you can sleep foot loose and fancy free in the Sierra Designs Backcountry Bed Syn...thetic Sleeping Bag? Ideal for summer camping and backpacking trips, Sierra Designs' Backcountry Bed sleeping bags are for those wiggle worm sleepers who prefer to move about while they sleep. Their zipperless design and and large catenary-shaped opening allow you to easily slip into the bag and then wiggle about once you're in there. An integrated comforter acts more like a blanket than a sleeping bag by enabling you to comfortably sleep on your back, sides, or stomach. For even more versatility, the bag is fitted with a self-sealing foot vent that can be pushed open hands-free when your feet need to breathe and is draft-free when closed. A sleeping pad sleeve securely attaches your sleeping pad to the bag, and the insulated arm and hand pockets give your paws a place to warm if things get chilly. Read More

Sierra Designs
$369.95 at Backcountry.com

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

Sierra Designs
$489.95 at Backcountry.com

Some spacious tents are shamelessly heavy, but not the Sierra Designs Tensegrity 2 Elite Tent. This light, but spacious, dwelling ...features a trail weight of just over two pounds, making it one of the roomier lightweight tents on the market today. The unique design of the Tensegrity actually widens at the peak, giving the tent more living space while also saving weight. The tent has a non-free standing design, which requires two fixed or adjustable trekking poles for setup. A large front gear closet provides plenty of room to keep your boots and backpacks out of the elements, and it can be propped up with the help of two additional trekking poles, giving the tent a large porch area to cook and relax in. A stargazing pitch option lets you enjoy the undiluted views of the sky in the high country on a clear night, while two large doors at the side make sneaking in and out throughout the night as easy as possible. An additional third access point allows you to access the gear closet from the main living space, without having to walk around from the sides. The Tensegrity comes without the seams sealed, allowing experienced backpackers to seal the seams where they deem necessary. Read More

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