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Score Product Price Our Take
80
$975
Editors' Choice Award
When you know you're in for crummy weather and want the best of the best, choose this tent.
77
$700
Top Pick Award
An excellent all-around option, this tent strikes a great balance of weight, strength, packed size, and storm worthiness.
77
$850
This tent is at home in the world's most extreme places and is among the strongest in our review.
75
$800
Top Pick Award
A great backcountry touring model thanks to it strength, spaciousness, and surprisingly light weight.
75
$589
Best Buy Award
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.
75
$800
Equally at home on extended expeditions or on summertime mountain adventures; this all-around model can do it all reasonably well.
74
$810
Lightweight, comfort, and versatility are the names of the game for this model.
74
$1,155
The Tarra is the perfect expediton tent where total strength and decent livability are worth the extra weight and bulk.
73
$760
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.
73
$650
Top Pick Award
A spacious option that is tried and true on expeditions around the world, built for harsh conditions and comfy living.
73
$589
Not as expensive as some other models, this option is a popular choice for climbing.
72
$399
Best Buy Award
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.
72
$550
Top Pick Award
The Advanced Pro is for providing shelter and not weighing you down: not for hanging out in.
69
$750
A spacious model that can tackle seriously strong winds.
69
$700
The Tenshi is heavier than others in the fleet, but is a reliable all-around performer.
68
$575
This model is not luxurious for two people, but it gets the job done when you're on a climbing mission.
66
$400
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.
61
$370
Top Pick Award
A lightweight master, this model is built for minimalism.
61
$350
The Tasmanian offers pretty respectable performance considering it is half the price (or more!) of other models in our review.