There are two ways to approach a storm: you can turn tail and run away like knights being chased by a bloodthirsty bunny, or you can hunker down in the Marmot Stormlight 2-Person 3-Season Tent and laugh in the storm's face as it blows itself out in a vain attempt to send you packing. One of Marmot's new generation of backpacking tents, the superlight Stormlight builds on the design of the classic Limelight, adding inverted head and foot technology for increased living space and trimming weight and increasing ventilation by using a fully mesh body. The Stormlight's fly has been upgraded as well, with sonically welded seams and a UV-resistant treatment to prevent long-term degradation caused by the sun. It also sets up faster than you can say Man, I wish this tent were pitched already, thanks to easily-assembled DAC Pressfit aluminum poles, a color-coded clip system, and reflective guy-out points that make it easy to get things done up, even if the sun's slipping behind the peaks as you're working. Just toss your gear in one of the two vestibules, crawl in through the D-shaped doors (or leave the body at home and use the ultralight fast-pitch option), and snuggle down with your blankie for a night of adventure-filled dreams.