3-Season Backpacking and Camping Tents

Big Agnes Copper Spur UL 2 (2014) 3-Season Backpacking Tent

Updated for 2014! The feature-rich Big Agnes Copper Spur UL 2 backpacking tent boasts an impressive interior space-to-weight ratio. The balance of weight and performance is sure to appeal to ounce-counters who still appreciate comfort.

Big Agnes
Copper Spur UL 2 (2014)

  • 2-Person
  • Lightweight, livable backpacking tent
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  • Reg. Price: $399.95
    $319.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Big Agnes Wyoming Trail 2 Camp 3-Season Camping Tent

A unique offering for outdoor adventurers in need of comfort, privacy and maximum storage, the Wyoming Trail 2 Camp tent has sleeping quarters and a huge, garage-style vestibule. This design makes it especially ideal for paddling or bike touring trips.

Big Agnes
Wyoming Trail 2 Camp

  • 2-Person
  • Spacious camping option with oversized vestibule
  • Price: $399.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
NEMO Losi 2P +  Footprint (2014) 3-Season Backpacking Tent

Updated for 2014! With its roomy interior, two large doors and good ventilation, the NEMO Losi 2P tent is a durable, lightweight 3-season shelter offering a great mix of features, and it comes with the footprint for added value.

NEMO
Losi 2P + Footprint (2014)

  • 2-Person
  • Maximum livability for 3-season backpacking
  • Price: $319.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Big Agnes Fishhook UL 2 3-Season Backpacking Tent

Another trailblazing offering from Big Agnes, the Fishhook UL 2 is a “zipperless” 3-season backpacking tent. By utilizing clips instead of zippers, the Fishhook UL 2 eliminates a common failure point while also saving on weight.

Big Agnes
Fishhook UL 2

  • 2-Person
  • Innovative "zipperless" backpacking tent
  • Price: $399.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
MSR Nook 2-Person 3-Season Camping Tent

With a minimal weight of 3 pounds 2 ounces, the MSR Nook 3-season tent combines weight savings with space enough to shelter one or two campers. The Nook is designed for lightweight, backcountry travel.

MSR
Nook

  • 2 Person
  • Lightweight 3-season backpacking tent
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  • Price: $399.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Marmot Aura 2P  3-Season Backpacking Tent

Lightweight design and maximum breathability make the Marmot Aura 2P backpacking tent a perfect option for 3-season backpacking. An innovative pole design maximizes interior space while keeping packed weight to just over 4 pounds.

Marmot
Aura 2P

  • 2 Person
  • Excellent balance of weight and space
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  • Price: $358.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Big Agnes Angel Springs UL 2 3-Season Backpacking Tent

New for 2014! Offering an excellent weight-to-space ratio and employing a hybrid single wall/double wall design, the 3-season worthy Big Agnes Angel Springs UL 2 tent is a unique and effective balance of ventilation and weather protection.

Big Agnes
Angel Springs UL 2

  • 2-Person
  • Ultra-lightweight 3-season backpacking tent
  • Price: $379.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
MSR Hubba Hubba NX (2014) 3-Season Backpacking Tent

New for 2014! The MSR Hubba Hubba NX is the lighter weight next generation of MSR's highly acclaimed Hubba Hubba tent. Designed for two backpackers, the freestanding Hubba Hubba NX weighs 3 pounds, 7 ounces.

MSR
Hubba Hubba NX (2014)

  • 2-Person
  • Lightweight, livable backpacking tent
  • Price: $389.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
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