Ratings Overview - Four Season Tent

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Hilleberg Jannu
The Hilleberg Jannu is the panacea for the worst conditions imaginable while mountaineering and alpine climbing. Due to its fast setup, bombproof storm protection, and lower than average weight...  read more >
$975

Editors' Choice Award
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80
Weight - 6 of 10
6
Livability - 7 of 10
7
Weather/Storm Resistance - 9 of 10
9
Ease of Set-up - 10 of 10
10
Durability - 10 of 10
10
Versatility - 9 of 10
9
Black Diamond Eldorado
The Black Diamond Eldorado is our Top Pick winner for All-Around Alpine Performance. It has a sturdy three-layer ToddTex ePTFE membrane with a face fabric that has proven to be more durable than...  read more >
$700

Top Pick Award
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77
Weight - 8 of 10
8
Livability - 7 of 10
7
Weather/Storm Resistance - 8 of 10
8
Ease of Set-up - 7 of 10
7
Durability - 10 of 10
10
Versatility - 6 of 10
6
Black Diamond Fitzroy
Black Diamond Fitzroy
The Black Diamond Fitzroy is an extremely strong and spacious two-person or tightish three-person single wall expedition tent. Four quality Easton poles setup from the inside and cross seven times...  read more >
$850

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Weight - 6 of 10
6
Livability - 8 of 10
8
Weather/Storm Resistance - 10 of 10
10
Ease of Set-up - 5 of 10
5
Durability - 10 of 10
10
Versatility - 6 of 10
6
Stephenson's Warmlite 2R
Stephenson's Warmlite 2R
The Stephenson's Warmlite Two-Person Tent (formerly the 2R) is a robust, spacious, and very light non-freestanding tunnel tent that is still made in the USA in Fort Collins, Colorado. This model...  read more >
$800

Top Pick Award
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75
Weight - 10 of 10
10
Livability - 6 of 10
6
Weather/Storm Resistance - 8 of 10
8
Ease of Set-up - 8 of 10
8
Durability - 3 of 10
3
Versatility - 6 of 10
6
The North Face Assault 2
The North Face Assault 2 is a more-versatile-than-average single wall tent packed full of sweet features. It's only 5-8 ounces heavier than the lightest models, which were generally less livable...  read more >
$589

Best Buy Award
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75
Weight - 9 of 10
9
Livability - 6 of 10
6
Weather/Storm Resistance - 7 of 10
7
Ease of Set-up - 10 of 10
10
Durability - 7 of 10
7
Versatility - 5 of 10
5
MSR Remote 2
The MSR Remote 2 is an all-around 4 season tent that is among the more versatile models we tested. It is burly enough for expedition use but light enough to consider taking for summer-time...  read more >
$800

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75
Weight - 6 of 10
6
Livability - 8 of 10
8
Weather/Storm Resistance - 8 of 10
8
Ease of Set-up - 9 of 10
9
Durability - 8 of 10
8
Versatility - 7 of 10
7
Hilleberg Tarra
The Hilleberg Tarra is one of the strongest two-person models in our fleet. It pitches quickly and sticks to the ground like a suction cup. We've camped in 60+ mph winds that collapsed, ripped, or...  read more >
$1,155

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Weight - 2 of 10
2
Livability - 9 of 10
9
Weather/Storm Resistance - 10 of 10
10
Ease of Set-up - 9 of 10
9
Durability - 10 of 10
10
Versatility - 8 of 10
8
The Nammatj 3 pitches from the outside with two poles. The tent has 30 sq. ft. of interior space and 13 sq. ft. of vestibule space.
Hilleberg Nammatj 2
The Hilleberg Nammatj 2 is one of the more versatile tents currently available. It's strong enough to cross polar regions and scale tall peaks, yet it is also light enough (6.5 lbs) to join you on...  read more >
$810

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Weight - 7 of 10
7
Livability - 9 of 10
9
Weather/Storm Resistance - 7 of 10
7
Ease of Set-up - 6 of 10
6
Durability - 7 of 10
7
Versatility - 8 of 10
8
The new yellow version of this product. While the rest of our review contains the older green colored Ahwahnee  all the features and materials are the same and only the color is different.
Black Diamond Ahwahnee
Typically, single wall tents don't excel in warmer and moister three-season conditions as well as their double walled counterparts, yet this is precisely where this model shines. It still works well...  read more >
$760

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Weight - 6 of 10
6
Livability - 9 of 10
9
Weather/Storm Resistance - 6 of 10
6
Ease of Set-up - 7 of 10
7
Durability - 10 of 10
10
Versatility - 9 of 10
9
The Mountain Hardwear Trango 2
Mountain Hardwear Trango 2
The Mountain Hardwear Trango 2 is one of the best double wall expedition dome tents we've tested. How do we know? We've used it for months at a time all over the world (Patagonia, Alaska, Aconcagua...  read more >
$650

Top Pick Award
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73
Weight - 2 of 10
2
Livability - 10 of 10
10
Weather/Storm Resistance - 10 of 10
10
Ease of Set-up - 9 of 10
9
Durability - 8 of 10
8
Versatility - 8 of 10
8
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The North Face Mountain 25 Tent
The North Face Mountain 25
The North Face Mountain 25 remains a staple in mountaineering circles and has been a popular choice for many climbers and guide services over the years. The tent performs well and offers excellent...  read more >
$589

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Weight - 3 of 10
3
Livability - 9 of 10
9
Weather/Storm Resistance - 10 of 10
10
Ease of Set-up - 8 of 10
8
Durability - 8 of 10
8
Versatility - 8 of 10
8
REI Arete ASL 2
The REI Arete ASL is our Best Buy winner for being the best bang-for-the-buck for 4 season tent. While it scored okay overall, we think its the best four-season model you can buy for the least...  read more >
$359

Best Buy Award
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72
Weight - 7 of 10
7
Livability - 7 of 10
7
Weather/Storm Resistance - 7 of 10
7
Ease of Set-up - 9 of 10
9
Durability - 7 of 10
7
Versatility - 7 of 10
7
MSR Advance Pro
The MSR Advance Pro is designed for one purpose: to protect you from the elements at night without weighing you down during the day. The Advance Pro is one of the lightest models we tested yet...  read more >
$550

Top Pick Award
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72
Weight - 10 of 10
10
Livability - 3 of 10
3
Weather/Storm Resistance - 7 of 10
7
Ease of Set-up - 10 of 10
10
Durability - 8 of 10
8
Versatility - 4 of 10
4
Hilleberg Nallo 2
Hilleberg Nallo 2
The Hilleberg Nallo 2 is a world-class tunnel tent that falls awkwardly between the company's lighter three-season Anjan 2 and the heavier Antarctic exploring Nammatj 2. The Nallo performed well in...  read more >
$750

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Weight - 8 of 10
8
Livability - 6 of 10
6
Weather/Storm Resistance - 5 of 10
5
Ease of Set-up - 8 of 10
8
Durability - 8 of 10
8
Versatility - 8 of 10
8
Nemo Tenshi
The Nemo Tenshi is a reliable all-around single wall tent. It balances solid strength and versatility but is heavier than average among two-pole designs. For the weight, it has a few key advantages...  read more >
$700

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69
Weight - 8 of 10
8
Livability - 6 of 10
6
Weather/Storm Resistance - 7 of 10
7
Ease of Set-up - 7 of 10
7
Durability - 7 of 10
7
Versatility - 5 of 10
5
Rab Latok Summit
The Rab Latok Summit is a tiny single wall tent for alpine climbing and high altitude mountaineers that demand the greatest possible strength and weather resistance for the lowest possible weight...  read more >
$575

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68
Weight - 10 of 10
10
Livability - 2 of 10
2
Weather/Storm Resistance - 9 of 10
9
Ease of Set-up - 6 of 10
6
Durability - 7 of 10
7
Versatility - 2 of 10
2
Black Diamond HiLight
The Black Diamond HiLight is the marginally more three-season oriented and more livable Black Diamond Firstlight | cousin to the popular Black Diamond Firstlight. The two use the same super...  read more >
$400

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66
Weight - 10 of 10
10
Livability - 7 of 10
7
Weather/Storm Resistance - 4 of 10
4
Ease of Set-up - 7 of 10
7
Durability - 5 of 10
5
Versatility - 4 of 10
4
Black Diamond Firstlight
Black Diamond Firstlight
The Black Diamond Firstlight is a fantastic bivy tent for particular applications and conditions. It's great for alpine climbing, multi-day ski touring, or any trip where packed size and minimal...  read more >
$370

Top Pick Award
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61
Weight - 10 of 10
10
Livability - 3 of 10
3
Weather/Storm Resistance - 5 of 10
5
Ease of Set-up - 7 of 10
7
Durability - 5 of 10
5
Versatility - 4 of 10
4
ALPS Mountaineering Tasmanian 2
The ALPS Mountaineering Tasmanian 2 is one of the least expensive 4 season tents on the market that still performs reasonably well in actual four-season conditions. It came close to winning our REI...  read more >
$350

100
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61
Weight - 5 of 10
5
Livability - 7 of 10
7
Weather/Storm Resistance - 5 of 10
5
Ease of Set-up - 9 of 10
9
Durability - 7 of 10
7
Versatility - 6 of 10
6
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Total 19 products tested