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When you know you're in for crummy weather and want the best of the best, choose this tent.
Black Diamond Eldorado
An excellent all-around option, this tent strikes a great balance of weight, strength, packed size, and storm worthiness.
Black Diamond Fitzroy
This tent is at home in the world's most extreme places and is among the strongest in our review.
Stephenson's Warmlite 2R
A great backcountry touring model thanks to it strength, spaciousness, and surprisingly light weight.
The North Face Assault 2
The Assault is a bivy-style tent that is packed full of features to help make it more versatile and only a few ounces heavier than other comparable models.
MSR Remote 2
Equally at home on extended expeditions or on summertime mountain adventures; this all-around model can do it all reasonably well.
Hilleberg Nammatj 2
Lightweight, comfort, and versatility are the names of the game for this model.
The Tarra is the perfect expediton tent where total strength and decent livability are worth the extra weight and bulk.
Black Diamond Ahwahnee
With exceptional versatility and some of the most spacious dimensions of any single wall tent we tested, this model is a unique design for someone wanting a tent that will work well in a broad range of conditions.
Mountain Hardwear Trango 2
A spacious option that is tried and true on expeditions around the world, built for harsh conditions and comfy living.
The North Face Mountain 25
Not as expensive as some other models, this option is a popular choice for climbing.
REI Arete ASL 2
While not the highest all-around performer, it is hard to beat for the price while still offering enough storm-protection to more than suit most people's needs.
MSR Advance Pro
The Advanced Pro is for providing shelter and not weighing you down: not for hanging out in.
Hilleberg Nallo 2
A spacious model that can tackle seriously strong winds.
The Tenshi is heavier than others in the fleet, but is a reliable all-around performer.
Rab Latok Summit
This model is not luxurious for two people, but it gets the job done when you're on a climbing mission.
Black Diamond HiLight
The HiLight performs poorly in rain and wind, but if the forecast looks good the many other benefits make it a better option than most other bivy-style tents.
Black Diamond Firstlight
A lightweight master, this model is built for minimalism.
ALPS Mountaineering Tasmanian 2
The Tasmanian offers pretty respectable performance considering it is half the price (or more!) of other models in our review.