Not the lightest two-person double wall tent we've seen, but a good value nonetheless.
Lightweight, comfortable, and supportive - yes. Live up to all the manufacturer's claims - no.
Lightweight snowshoes at a great price, but there are issues.
Two-person double wall tent that nearly breaks the 3-pound barrier but gives up some features.
Double wall tent that weighs 3 lbs, fits 1.5 people and does well keeping rain out, but...
Two-person semi-freestanding double-wall tent that weighs less than 4 lbs but sacrifices in some areas to achieve that weight.
Double-wall, two-person tent with a minimum weight of 3.5 lbs, good usable space, and an innovative design with some nice features but also a couple of drawbacks.
Lightweight double wall three-season, two-person tent that can handle a serious downpour, but its cramped interior may cause cabin fever.
Two-person, double wall tunnel tent with one small door, good usable space, and high quality construction at just over 4 lbs.
Wanna be Spider Man on snow? Here’s part of your outfit.
Although trim in usable space, this lightweight 4-pound tent is capable of handling a storm as well as many four-season tents.
Double wall tent that weighs only 2.5 lbs; fly and pole weigh 1.5 lbs and can be pitched as a tarp. Of course, there's a drawback to these light weights.
Lightweight, freestanding double wall tent with Easton FX Carbon poles. Is this the ultimate compromise in a do-it-all three-season tent?
Not the lightest double wall tent at nearly 6 lbs, but it's storm-worthy and can shelter two people and loads of gear.
A 3.3-pound double wall tent that uses an innovative Y-pole design to maximize interior space. The full mesh inner walls are good...and bad.
Solo silnylon catenary ridgeline tarp at a nice weight, size, and price but it requires a lot of room to pitch.
For those with short torsos, this is a lightweight and durable pack, with some clever design features.
Lightweight, frameless, water-hauling, 3300 ci backpack with lots of features - too many for non-adventure racers.
Lightweight for the volume, plenty of weight-carrying capacity, and user-friendly features, although the water bottle pockets could be more easily accessible.
Tough, tiny (1525 ci) frameless daypack or overnight pack for minimalists.