Hilleberg's been building tents for Arctic and alpine expeditions for going on 40 years, so it's safe to say the company knows a thing or two about building a tent that will withstand harsh weather. The Nammatj 4 Season 3 Person Tent is one of Hilleberg's most versatile shelters, making it suitable for use in environments as severe as the Arctic and as mild as temperate forests of the North American Rockies. Although it's versatile, the Nammatj is made with Hilleberg's Black Label construction, meaning the tent uses only top shelf fabrics and components for killer durability and long lasting performance. Black Label construction employs high tenacity ripstop nylon that's been coated on both sides with waterproof silicone to seal out water along the outer tent. It also features a bathtub style floor that's been triple coated with polyurethane, giving the floor a hydrostatic head rating of 10,000mm. The DAC Featherlite NSL aluminum poles strike a good balance between strength and weight, and the unique tube shaped design of the tent will withstand some of the worst weather Mother Nature can muster. The Nammatj is one of Hilleberg's most well rounded shelters, too, with a minimum trail weight of just over five pounds, a single vestibule and door, and a roomy interior that will comfortably sleep three people. No see um mesh vents offer plenty of ventilation to keep the tent breathable when the fly is battened down, and both the inner and outer tent can be pitched separately from one another, although this requires additional pole holders.