It's produced by MSR and the model is called the Hubba. It's a one-person tent and is extremely light weight, coming in at just over two pounds. There's not much room inside, and it's not much more than a step above a bivy. It does have a nice vestibule where I often store my pack to keep it dry in case of rain.
I can highly recommend the MSR Hubba.
|My MSR Hubba all set up. The white material underneath is a Tyvek ground sheet.|
|One of the views through my vestibule.|
|Good ol' Bob cozy inside the Hubba.|
|Looking toward my feet (in my down-filled sleeping bag).|
|Campsite as night falls.|
|Snow greets me the next morning. The Hubba stayed very dry inside during snow, rain, sleet. Almost no condensation.|