HOME  |  BLOGS  |  PRODUCT REVIEWS  |  SHOP FOR OUTDOOR GEAR  |  FREE GEAR  |   NEWSLETTER  |  ABOUT US
 
 


Hike & Camp > Tents & Shelters > 4-Season Tents
4-Season Tents ON SALE

Products
Big Agnes Flying Diamond 4 Tent: 4-Person 4-Season Big Agnes Flying Diamond 4 Tent: 4-Person 4-Season
Much more than your average tent, the Big Agnes Flying Diamond 4 Tent is sturdy enough to withstand winter conditions and spacious enough to keep you comfortable during extended stays in the outdoors. Use it as a base camp shelter at the bottom of a big mountain or as a roomy refuge on summer family camping trips--you really can't go wrong. When you're facing winter conditions, zip up the polyester portion of the dual-layer door and batten down the fly to keep winter conditions at bay--don't worry, the four fly vents keep things from getting too stale in there. After warmer weather arrives, just use the mesh door and roll up the sides of the fly for better ventilation. You can even stake out the vestibule to create a shady respite when the sun's beating down. No matter what type of weather you're facing, the tent's tall, roomy interior offers plenty of space to sprawl out and stretch so you and your crew can live comfortably.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$499.95
Sale Price: $299.97
Big Agnes Flying Diamond 6 Tent: 6-Person 4-Season Big Agnes Flying Diamond 6 Tent: 6-Person 4-Season
You can find the Big Agnes Flying Diamond 6 4-Season Tent at high-altitude base camps and family camping trips alike. That's because this sturdy tent combines the rugged durability that mountaineers need with the spacious camping comforts that big families crave. So whether you're using it as a meeting room on an alpine excursion, a family weekend in the woods, or a music festival with a big crew, you can count on the Flying Diamond 6 to handle it. Its spacious design and ample headroom (five feet in the center) lets big groups stretch out and sleep comfortably. A stowable room divider lets you separate the common room from the sleeping quarters, or give mom and dad a bit of space from the kids. The doors offer two closure options--one mesh door and one polyester layer--so you can stay cool in summer or seal out the cold and snow when facing winter conditions in the mountains. Six vents in the fly help air things out, which is pretty crucial when you so many people are in close quarters. Ten interior mesh pockets keep everyone's smaller items separated so things don't get too chaotic.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$699.95
Sale Price: $559.96
Big Agnes Foidel Canyon 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season Big Agnes Foidel Canyon 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season
Rely on the Big Agnes Foidel Canyon 2 Tent when wet weather rolls over your backpacking destination. With fully taped seams and PU-coatings, the tent's fly and floor protect you and your gear from unexpected rain and cold breezes. Big Agnes made most of the tent out of lightweight-yet-durable ripstop fibers. The DAC pole system uses light aluminum poles and Twist Clips for a faster setup and a lighter pack. The Foidel Canyon has two vestibules, two doors, and two mesh windows that you can zip up if it gets windy overnight. Alternatively, you can roll up the door and let in a lot of air on summer nights. Big Agnes also included J-stakes, six internal pockets, and two media pockets that accommodate routing for the Big Agnes Entertainment Center Loft.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$649.95
Sale Price: $487.46
Big Agnes Foidel Canyon 3 Tent: 3-Person 3 Plus-Season Big Agnes Foidel Canyon 3 Tent: 3-Person 3 Plus-Season
At five pounds, the Foidel Canyon 3 Tent is a tad hefty compared to the rest of the Big Agnes backpacking collection, but it's also burlier for harsher conditions and tougher trips. As a 3+ season tent, the Foidel Canyon stays strong on winter ski tours and alpine trips, as well as the common summer backpacking trips. The fully taped, PU-coated fly and floor protect your sleeping space from wet weather, while zippered mesh panels allow airflow in warmer weather. Big Agnes built the Foidel Canyon's canopy out of rugged ripstop for long-lasting durability. The tent's DAC pole system uses lightweight poles, pressfit connectors, hub, and Twist Clips for a speedy setup. There are two doors and vestibules, and multiple mesh and media pockets for convenient organization. The fast fly option lets you shed weight by ditching the canopy and relying solely on the footprint, fly, and poles for a secure shelter.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$699.95
Sale Price: $524.96
Brooks-Range Invasion Tent: 2-Person 4-Season Brooks-Range Invasion Tent: 2-Person 4-Season
You'll feel like a conquering force, confidently making your way to the top, when you're packing the Brooks-Range 2-Person 4-Season Invasion Tent. This burly single-wall tent uses lightweight but durable sil-nylon for both the floor and walls, both of which are given a polyurethane coating to keep out weather. The lightweight aluminum poles form an external frame, letting you set up the tent during a storm without getting letting the rain into the ten. The poles have a new locking system that provides extra rigidity and strength during inclement weather. Fly vents and a zip-open mesh front door allow for ventilation to shed condensation at night, keeping you and your sleeping bags drier.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$569.95
Sale Price: $455.96
Eureka High Camp Tent: 2-Person 4-Season Eureka High Camp Tent: 2-Person 4-Season
Apart from the sprawling mountain views, rugged alpine landscapes, and untainted mountain environments, part of what lures you to the high mountains is witnessing the power of a high mountain snow storm. And even though you might appreciate the ferocity of a big blow, it's a much more enjoyable experience when you're safely stowed away in your Eureka High Camp 2-Person 4-Season Tent. With a five-pole rectangular dome design, narrow footprint, and freestanding frame, the High Camp will give you and your climbing partner a cozy home to rest, relax, and watch the storm pass before you make an attempt on the summit.Eureka brought in mountain guide and alpinist Eric Simonson to help design and test the High Camp Tent, and his alpine-centered input is clearly visible. Five criss-crossing DAC aluminum poles give the tent a rectangular dome design that offers plenty of livable space inside, but is also resistant to high winds and heavy precip. The fly is composed of a 75D ripstop fabric with a PU coating to ward off water, while the internal canopy is fitted with adjustable roof vents and high/low venting doors to help prevent condensation from forming along the inside of the tent walls. Eureka equipped the High Camp with dual doors and vestibules to make for easy ins and outs during the night and provide plenty of space to stash gear in a dry place. Twelve internal pockets keep everything you need inside the tent organized and easily accessible when what looked like a quick-passing storms turns into a multi-day mountain blizzard.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$649.95
Sale Price: $519.96
Eureka K-2 XT Tent: 3-Person 4-Season Eureka K-2 XT Tent: 3-Person 4-Season
Start your alpine assault from the Eureka's K-2 XT Tent. Wait out the storm with your climbing partner, or play some poker with two buddies while you all acclimatize to the altitude. This self-supporting tent is among the roomiest and most popular in Eureka's four-season category.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$499.95
Sale Price: $374.93
Exped Orion III Tent: 3-Person 4-Season Exped Orion III Tent: 3-Person 4-Season
Some companies talk about the little things they do differently, and then they go and churn out tents that are all virtually identical. Exped is actually walking that talk, and the Orion III 3-Person 4-Season Tent is a prime example of different done right. The major features are broadly recognizable, from the PU-coated ripstop fly and floor to the fully taped seams, gear loft, and mesh pockets, but just about everything else is thoughtfully engineered to make tent life easier, simpler, and more straightforward, because having a crappy shelter in the middle of a blizzard is kind of a bummer. Exped designed the Orion with color- and number-coded pole sleeves to make setup a breeze, and it sealed one end of each sleeve for even easier grommet-free installation. The DAC Featherlite aluminum poles slide smoothly through the wind-shedding low-profile sleeves, and each pole has a removable end cap that lets you adjust the tension of the internal shock cord or repair a broken section with the included pole repair tubes (the repair tubes also double as props to keep the dual vents open). The cords use a simple and reliable sliding tensioner to ensure a bomber setup without the need for knots, and the peg loops are easily adjustable to fit comfortably around skis or other large anchors. Each guyline also comes with a cord stuff sack, which functions as a flag to help you see the guylines at night and makes it easy to keep the Orion organized and neat when you're packing it up. The doors have separately-operating mesh and fabric layers for ventilation and extra weather protection, along with color-coded, reflective, and glow-in-the-dark zipper pulls for easy use at night. Dual vestibules hold gear for three with ease, and the extended ridge pole protects the door from drips when you leave it open for a minute to take care of gear in the vestibule or poke your head outside to see if the weather's cleared up
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$699.00
Sale Price: $524.25
Marmot Hammer 2 Tent: 2-Person 4-Season Marmot Hammer 2 Tent: 2-Person 4-Season
When winter's worst comes down upon your head with the strength of a thousand Thors, there's only one thing to do: hunker down in the Marmot Hammer 2-Person 4-Season Tent and be patient. After all, Thors tend to blow themselves out eventually. Everything should pass by pretty quickly when you're holed up in the Hammer, since even the Thors' anger is no match for the 50D Trevira polyester, ripstop nylon, and silicone and PU coatings that shelter you from the elements. Apparently, Marmot made a deal with Loki to mess with Thor, because the single-wall Hammer's also incredibly breathable, so it doesn't turn into an accidental steam room, and superlight, so you don't have to compromise your objectives because your pack's too heavy. The Hammer has a removable vestibule (with snow flaps, naturally), so you can keep your gear dry or shave extra ounces, and has fully-taped seams to seal out even the sneakiest of moisture. Setup's easy, too, courtesy of an internal guy system and easy two-pole design (the vestibule requires one more small crosspiece), and Marmot even tossed in reflective points so you don't trip over your shelter in the dark. Add in small touches like jingle-free zippers and interior pockets, and you might decide to just stay inside, even after the sky's gone blue.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$548.95
Sale Price: $439.16
Marmot Thor 2P Tent: 2-Person 4-Season Marmot Thor 2P Tent: 2-Person 4-Season
Considering it's named after the Norse god of thunder, lightning, and storms, it'd be fair for you to expect the Marmot Thor 2P Tent to be capable of withstanding some seriously harsh weather. And with its bomber construction and sturdy six-pole design, it more than lives up to those expectations. However, it also offers plenty of living space and minimal sacrifice in weight so you stay comfortable when you're sleeping inside it and when you're hauling it to base camp. Its spacious floor plan provides plenty of room for two campers saddled with bulky mountaineering gear and winter clothes. Six tough and lightweight poles secure the structure to keep it from buckling under heavy snowfall and whipping alpine winds, and tough waterproof fabrics keep moisture at bay. And in case something rips when you're holed up in the mountains for days at a time, the included field repair kit lets you patch up any tears with ease.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$648.95
Sale Price: $519.16
Marmot Thor 3 Tent: 3-Person 4-Season Marmot Thor 3 Tent: 3-Person 4-Season
The Marmot Thor 3-Person 4-Season Tent has a burly six-pole design to fight off wind and snow during the roughest high-mountain storms. Designed specifically for alpine climbing and mountaineering, the Thor Tent stands strong whether you're taking on Rainer, Denali, or Aconcagua. Marmot thought ahead to storm-bound days and gave this tent the Knees Pole System to steepen the walls and increase its overall interior space. Coated nylon keeps the tent intact through some of weather's worst offerings, while the pole sleeve/clip combination delivers a strong, sturdy, and well-ventilated tent that's easy to set up. Meanwhile, Marmot made sure that all perimeter floor seams are up and off the ground for incredible waterproof protection when you're battling the elements on high. Two large, D-shaped doors make for easy entry and exit while also opening up its flow, and the pole-support vestibule provides spacious storage for all of your gear at the end of the day.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$698.95
Sale Price: $559.16
NEMO Equipment Inc. Moki 3P Tent: 3-Person 4-Season NEMO Equipment Inc. Moki 3P Tent: 3-Person 4-Season
Whether you're heading to the Himalayas or Baja on your next adventure, the Nemo Moki three-person, four-season tent was designed with the built-in versatility to provide you with all the base camp you'll need. Roughly half the tent can be converted to mesh for warm weather by simply zipping open huge nylon panels. With the vents closed, the Moki becomes a tough, insulated shelter that's ready for the mountains in winter.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$849.95
Sale Price: $637.46
NEMO Equipment Inc. Tenshi 2P Tent: 2-Person 4-Season NEMO Equipment Inc. Tenshi 2P Tent: 2-Person 4-Season
Nemo equipped the Tenshi Tent with Extreme Conditions Technology for 4-season protection when you're climbing, backpacking, and exploring the alpine. Extreme Conditions Technology includes highly weather-protective features to keep you comfortable and dry in snowstorms and rainstorms. The tent's Osmo body works with a PU-coated floor and vestibule to keep wetness at bay, and Nemo's patented Pressure Porting ensures sufficient airflow even in blizzards. Nemo also added a Condensation Curtain that falls from the top of the tent to the bottom, just below your head, in order to block your breath's condensation. You can deploy the vents up top from the inside to get more air after the storm. The Tenshi also features a Sleep Tight Anchor Transfer for big wall climbers, and the Snow Skirt adds extra protection below the tent. Triangulated guyouts, stakes, and a stuff sack make for an easy cleanup and setup.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$699.95
Sale Price: $524.96
Rab Latok Mountain 3 Tent: 3-Person 4-Season Rab Latok Mountain 3 Tent: 3-Person 4-Season
Nights at base camp and in alpine, and winter environments call for Rab's three Person, four Season Latok Mountain 3 Tent. Its eVent waterproof technology gives this single-wall tent the same waterproofing that Rab's top-of-the-line ski jackets have, and three-layer DVStorm fabric ensures strength and durability with a backpack-friendly weight. DAC Featherlite NSL poles live up to their featherlite status and provide a surprising amount of stable, strong support. A rear tunnel vent works with eVent and DVStorm's breathable shell to ensure full ventilation. Oversize peg points, large loops at each side, and glove-friendly guylines let you set up without taking off your warm mitts.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$774.95
Sale Price: $619.96
Sierra Designs Convert 2 Tent 2-Person 4-Season Sierra Designs Convert 2 Tent 2-Person 4-Season
Whether you're exploring desert canyons in the early summer or venturing into the mountains in mid-winter conditions, the Sierra Designs Convert 2 4-Season Tent will give you the shelter you need to comfortably enjoy your stay in the backcountry. With its Convert series of tents, Sierra Designs set out to develop the first true four-season tent that will function just as well in a summer environment as it would in a winter one. The result is a unique double-wall tent that avoids some of the pitfalls that make a single-wall tent less than ideal in a summer scenario. Now redesigned with a removable fly, the tent is still constructed from a breathable canopy fabric, which helps condensation from accumulating along the interior of the tent wall. The tent is also designed to prevent spindrift and dust from entering the tent whether you're camped on a snowfield or sandy desert floor. The removable vestibule is ideal in a winter camping situation where additional storage space for gear is essential. When backpacking, the vestibule can be left back at the truck, shaving almost a whole pound off the weight of the tent. An external pitch makes the tent easier to set up, and the large waterproof window panel lets you enjoy the view from camp from the comfort of your tent.
Details
BUY THIS PRODUCT
$499.95
Sale Price: $374.96


Browse By Category
Shop by Brand Name
Shop by Product Category
Search By Keywordy




feedback  |  privacy  |  copyright