The North Face Kestrel:
If you grew up sharing a bedroom with a rival sibling, at some point you probably drew a line down the center of the room (most of us borrowed a roll of dad's masking tape), claiming one side to be yours and the other half as enemy territory. While your parents probably didn't encourage this sort of behavior, The North Face Kestrel is built on a similar, although much more peaceful premise: It features dual doors and dual vestibules on each side of the tent, so you don't have to worry about rolling over your sleeping partner (or larger sibling) to make a quick exit. At 6 lbs., 1 oz., the Kestrel is modestly light and can be pitched with a fly sheet for lightweight summer hiking. A color matched canopy and fly sheet webbing system allow for quick and easy pitching. Roll of household masking tape for optional border not included.