This lightweight two-person dome tent comes with built-in LED lighting.
Pack ultralight—but legit—weather protection with this solo bivy.
If you're willing to secure a few stakes and sacrifice some stability, this two-person tent offers roomy quarters.
If you sleep better knowing you're in a fuss-free fortress, this two-person tent is the one for you.
This three-person tent boasts freestanding convenience and luxe headroom at an affordable price.
The six-person version of the 2014 Editors’ Choice Award-winning Optic 2.5 tent, this palace features a rollaway fly and adjoining doors for 180-degree views.
This versatile solo tent is a castle for one and an ultralight shelter for two.
Solo tents sometimes feel coffin-tight, but this nonfreestanding, double-wall dome is supremely livable.
Most tents this light skimp on space or durability, but the three-person Dagger saves weight with unusually strong, ultralight fabrics.
We’ve long loved the livability (and affordability) of this iconic double-wall two-person dome tent, which won our 2010 Editors’ Choice Gold Award. This spring, a 10-ounce weight reduction and improved ventilation make a good thing even better.
This two-person tent’s innovative shape provides outstanding headroom and unobstructed views.
This freestanding two-person tent handles the rowdiest three-season storms, making it ideal for hikers who want maximum protection with minimum weight.
At $50 less than the nearest competitor, this tent has a killer value with smart storage solutions.
Solo hikers get a near-perfect balance between livability and weight savings.
This freestanding, double-walled featherweight pitches fast, packs tiny, and withstands the worst three-season storms.
Starlight meets lightweight in this view-friendly tent.
It’s the perfect shelter for couples who want a superlight tent with traditional freestanding, two-door performance.
Enjoy the best of indoor/outdoor living.
An unconventional design delivers comfort and protection for even the tallest campers—with no weight penalty.
This non-freestanding shelter blends the best features of tents and tarps, offering bug protection and a ballroom-size vestibule for about a pound per person.
Amazing features for the weight: Even tall folks can stretch out in this 96-inch-long dome (the longest in our test), and the giant vestibule offers welcome shelter in prolonged storms.
An easy-to-pitch tarp
If low weight is your prime tent priority, put this shelter at the top of your shopping list.