This solo tent can take a beating
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.
This two-person tent’s innovative shape provides outstanding headroom and unobstructed views.
Ultra light Rab Silwing shelter is a great way for two to stay protected.
Solo hikers get a near-perfect balance between livability and weight savings.
It’s the perfect shelter for couples who want a superlight tent with traditional freestanding, two-door performance.
This shelter disappears in your pack—like any good bivy—but tent-like upgrades make it way more livable than most.
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.
As luxurious as a portable shade tree and open to welcome breezes, it offers cool refuge for four in hot conditions.
If low weight is your prime tent priority, put this shelter at the top of your shopping list.