5 Best Backpacking Tents

5 Best Backpacking Tents

In this video review we breakdown best 5 products
based on : Price, quality, performance, warranty, brand
trust, after sales & service, reusability, familiarity and easy to operate. Number 5 : Lawson Blue Ridge Hammock Tent
Hammock camping tents are awesome… These bad boys are designed to be suspended taught
so that they provide you with a flat surface to sleep on, rather than you sinking deep
into a caccoon as you tend to do with traditional hammock designs. Hammock tents are super versatile, well made
and can be set up like a normal tent on the ground if needs be – this offers the best
of both worlds. If you are looking for a quality one man tent
for backpacking but also want to hang out on the beach in a hammock during the day,
the Lawson Hammock Tent offers incredible versatility and best of all these bad boys
are tough and you can put them through hell. Kindly See the Description for This Product
Link. Number 4 : Big Agnes Fly Creek UL 1 Tent
The Big Agnes Fly Creek UL1 is one of the lightest free-standing tents on the market
and if you’re on a solo adventure, this is a solid choice as the best one man tent
that money can buy. The exceptional design, coupled with awesome fabrics makes it hard
to beat in terms of efficiency. If you’re looking for a tent with an easy
set up, and an overall versatile tent, this one might be for you. The free-standing build
makes it easy to pitch almost anywhere. And the guy line locations will ensure that this
tent can get you through the gnarliest of storms.
Kindly See the Description for This Product Link. Number 3 : Nemo Hornet Ultralight Backpacking
Tent The award-winning Nemo Hornet is the best
lightweight backpacking tent on the market; not only is it ultralight, leading in material
technology and design for quick set up, but it is also acclaimed as one of the best waterproof
backpacking tents available. However, there have been reports of the external
section not being optimized for protection of your stuff against the elements and some
have even said that the materials are so thin that they are easily pierced by twigs. These two problems make it very hard to justify
such a high price tag, but do note that these could be quite isolated issues.
Kindly See the Description for This Product Link. Number 2 : Vango Banshee 300
Without a doubt, the best budget backpacking tent is the Vango Banshee 300 – it’s cheap,
tough and reliable. I used a Vango Banshee for years before eventually
upgrading to the MSR Hubba Hubba and I’ll tell you this – I loved my Vango. Vango makes some quality gear for an affordable
price and the Vango Banshee is the best cheap backpacking tent I’ve ever come across.
The good news is; this isn’t like most cheap tents. The Banshee is a little heavy and a
bit on the small size for a two-man tent but it’s the best compact backpacking tent as
it’s tough and seriously durable. Kindly See the Description for This Product
Link. Number 1 : MSR Hubba Hubba Lightweight Tent
Never fear amigo, there are some cheaper options on here but I had to start with the MSR Hubba
Hubba as this is hands down the best backpacking tent that money can buy. It’s one of the
best lightweight tents for backpacking, designed for stormy conditions and is one of the most
waterproof backpacking tents around… I’ve waited out many a storm inside this tent. The MSR Hubba Hubba is great for two people
and is really quite spacious for a two person tent; it is shaped to allow you to sit up
throughout most of the tent. I’ve traveled with both the two person and the three person
MSR Hubba Hubba and loved them both dearly. Kindly See the Description for This Product
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