A few years back, Brooks-Range took a break from tents to focus on ultralight tarp setups. For Spring 2018, however, the company jumps back into the tent game with four new outdoor shelters — the tents range from four-season alpine protection and lightweight backpacking tents to car camping luxury palaces.
At 2-pound 15-ounce Foray 2P ($390) features 30-square-feet of living space with a freestanding design. Hubbed poles offers maximum stability and make for a quick and easy setup. The fully seam taped tent and fly keep you and your gear protected in wet weather, while the 20 denier No-See-Um netting, and 40 denier nylon floor offer extra durability. Even though its a single door entry, the 6-square-foot vestibule offers enough space for all your gear.
In the same family, the Foray 3P ($490; pictured top) features a comfortable 45-square-feet of living space and weighs in at 3 pounds 14.5 ounces. The freestanding design and hubbed pole system add stability and make setting up easy, while the light colors help to keep your tent cool under the blaring sun. A full coverage fly and taped seams protect you from the elements, and 20 denier No-See-Um netting protects you from insects. An 8.5-square-feet vestibule offers additional space for gear.
For when you and bae go car camping, the Foray Deluxe ($460) is a larger two-person tent with a full 34-square-feet of living space. The external cross ride poles create an open, pole-free interior and two D-doors make getting in and out of the tent easy.
Finally, one for the climbers — the four season Alpini 2P ($550) offers 31.7-square-feet of living space with a minimum weight of 3 pounds 14 ounces. The fully seam taped body is made from a durable 40 denier High Tenacity three-layer polyester built to withstand harsh weather and provide UV protection at high altitude. Multiple vents promote airflow to reduce moisture build up the light colors help keep the tent from becoming a solar oven. The burly external pole sleeve system is easy to set up during bad weather.