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The Ultralight Tent to Rule Them All
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Fresh off a seven-night trip above the Arctic Circle in Alaska, Wes Siler details how the incredibly light, incredibly robust Hyperlite Mountain Gear UltaMid 4 four-person tent helped keep him dry and comfortable throughout his voyage. At $1,500, is this thing expensive? Yes. But it’s also replacing every other backcountry shelter he owns, offering a one-and-done total solution for human-powered adventures, either solo or with a group. Check out how this tent is changing the game.