Top Backpacking Tents 2017-05-07T18:08:41+00:00

Top Backpacking Tents; Backpacking and Camping

No matter what your interests, we have the Top Tents for camping and backpacking. Light weight 2 and 3 person backpacking tents. Heavy duty 4 season mountaineering and backcountry skiing tents. Family size camping tents with room for the whole family. From all the top brands like Mountain Hardwear, The North Face and Eureka.

Featured Top Tents for Backpacking and Camping

Tepui Autana Sky Tent: 3-Person 4-Season
You might be touring the National Park system, following your favorite jam band around the country, or making your annual pilgrimage to that festival in the desert—either way, you’ll be better prepared for what lies ahead with the Tepui Autana Sky Tent mounted to the top of your rig. You’ve probably seen the Autana in a campground somewhere in the Sierras, parked outside of a music festival, or spotted one set up in a remote desert camp somewhere on the Colorado plateau, and realized that’s exactly what your rig needs.

The North Face Assault 3 Tent: 3-Person 4-Season
Sleep soundly at high altitudes with The North Face’s 4-Season Assault 3 Tent protecting you from fierce winds. This single-wall expedition tent uses DryWall fabric to combine the all-weather protection and stability of a double wall tent with the lighter, less bulky construction of a single-wall tent for unparalleled protection and breathability.

Big Agnes Tensleep Station Tent: 4-Person 3-Season
Big, spacious, and easy to pitch, the Tensleep is the ideal campground tent with room for a posse of full-grown folks and a spacious front vestibule that can be set up as a porch or zipped down to double as a second room if you want to put some fabric between you and your companions.

Mountain Hardwear Hylo 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season
The Mountain Hardwear Hylo 2 Tent is a three-season, two-person tent for backpacking trips where comfort is just as important as lightweight efficiency. Its hybrid design shaves weight where necessary with single-wall construction, yet it offers improved ventilation over traditional single-wall tents with the addition of a mesh canopy.

Sierra Designs Lightning 2 FL Tent: 2-Person 3-Season
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.

Eureka Spitfire 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season
Built for backpacking, the Eureka Spitfire 2 Tent is a solid 2-Person, 3-Season tent that won’t break the bank. Ample ventilation, a durable PU-treated rain fly, and a 75-denier polyester floor all make for a comfortable night’s sleep. Lightweight aluminum poles keep the tent’s trail weight down, and the hoop-style design makes set-up super easy.

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