The only guarantee when entering the backcountry of Glacier National Park is you need to be prepared for anything. It can snow in August. It can rain in a drought. A grizzly could pop up from the thickets at any moment, and you might end up hiking a lot farther than you intended.
With the revolutionary Fishhook tent, you’ll be ready for it. This tent eliminates weight by doing away with a major pain point in tents since the dawn of time. The zipper. It’s gone. No more bulk. No more cost. No more noise. The alternative is hooks that attach to cord loops beneath a storm flap. It still keeps the rain and bugs out with a hassle-free, clean closure. Like traditional backpacking tents, you can still close the tent on the inside and on the outside making it not all that different than a traditional door.
Where the zipperless door truly shines though, is in the weight. This ultra light two-person tent has a trail weight of 3lbs. and 3 ounces. Combine that with eight storage pockets, nearly vertical sidewalls, and ample floor space and you’ve got yourself an ultra lightweight tent that lets you be prepared for whatever the wild country throws at you.