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Backpacker Magazine – Online Exclusive

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The Backpacker Gear Hall Of Fame: Tents

A look back at the tents we've loved for years that's still at the top of its class.

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Big Agnes Q-Core Insulated Sleeping Pad
Marmot Firefly 2P
Thanks to cavernous headroom (43-inch peak) and the 92-inch length (even a 6’5” guy could stretch out), “it feels more like an RV than a tent,” raves our tester. But despite the lavish living space, the Firefly’s taut pitch proved surprisingly sturdy through 50-mph winds in Colorado’s Park Range. $319; 5 lbs. 9 oz.; marmot.comm


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READERS COMMENTS

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TheWalkman
Apr 02, 2014

Hall of Fame candidates? How about:

- Sierra Designs Glacier
- North Face VE 24 and Tadpole
- Sierra Designs Clip
- Early Winter Winter Light
- Visqueen (Colin Fletcher)
- Hennessy Hammocks

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Scott Cejka
Mar 11, 2014

Best Car Camping tent I've ever owned. Way too heavy to pack in anywhere but it's perfect for the car.

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