The impressive 27 sq. ft. vestibule was far and away the largest vestibule space amongst all the tents we tested (the next closest was 20 sq. ft. in the ALPS Mountaineering Lynx, which — despite the roomy vestibule — was the poorest-scoring tent in the review). Thanks to its roomy storage space, the GT 2 is ideal for extended bike trips, backpacking trips, or just any trip where you have some extra baggage. If we were to have a single tent for all three-season trips, including backpacking, car camping, bicycle touring, kayaking, and more, this award winner would be it. So far our testers have used this tent from Maine to Washington State, on bike trips down Mexico's Baja Peninsula, backpacking trips in the Sierra and Montana, and through India and Nepal.
Anjan 3 GT. For $795, $50 more than the 2-person version, users get some extra room to spread out, which is especially nice if you're likely to find yourself waiting out a storm in the tent.