Having been around since 1995 the Trango Tent from Mountain Hardwear has been tailored for the most rugged remote places and continues to get better every year. The new features we love on this iteration include an updated bathtub-style floor burly DirectConnect guy-out points and pole clips mesh doors with a zip-away nylon cover and snow flaps along the bottom of the vestibule to keep drafts and spindrift from creeping in. As an alpine basecamp-style tent the Trango is what we rely on to stand up to high winds and heavy snow. It uses four DAC Featherlight aluminum poles to pitch up as solidly as you could ever want and even has a fifth pole that supports the vestibule giving you tons of weatherproof space for gear-storing and booting up. The poles tent body and fly clip together at every guy-out point to create a bombproof shelter that won't get rattled to bits during an all-time storm and all the seams are fully taped to lock out moisture--in fact the Trango's been through a rain room test in which it was subjected to 1200in of rain in 24 hours just to make sure it would stay dry. Good luck finding a storm that bad.