I purchased the Nallo after a search for a hybrid…
Nate M, Trailspace.com
14 January 2012
Excerpt: I purchased the Nallo after a search for a hybrid tent: I wanted one that could work like your standard 3-season tent, lightweight and easy to set up, but which could also handle some snow, rain, wind, and could help keep me warm during cold nights. The Nallo was the right choice. Set up is easy.
Wow...what an experience. What a great little number.
Chris Lenfinch (guest), Trailspace.com
12 August 2009
Excerpt: Wow...what an experience. What a great little number. Brill. Used it in the UK. Great vestibule (with enough space to avoid the vomit from the previous night) and even enough to take a piss in the middle of the night. Great for serious enthusiasts. I love it.
Four season only if you pitch it carefully. We have…
28 June 2008
Excerpt: Four season only if you pitch it carefully. We have the earlier equal hoop design. This tent is very versatile: the outer goes up first and last which is great for rain; the floor pulls back so you can move about inside doing stuff away from the inner; the front porch ties back in a variety of configurations; inner can remain with outer for quick pitching of both.
I've tried a fair few tents now, 3 of my favourites…
Robby99 (guest), Trailspace.com
27 April 2008
Excerpt: I've tried a fair few tents now, 3 of my favourites are all from Hilleberg. I guess it's because I trust the build quality and the set up. I recently brought a Soulo, mainly because I just couldn't resist, and while the Soulo is an amazing tent, imo the strongest one man tent in the known universe I have gone back to the Nallo 2. The reasons for this are that whilst the Soulo has its own set of advantages, the advantages of the Nallo2 are more beneficial to me.
Several of us used the Nallo2 in the Snowy Mountains…
28 September 2006
Excerpt: Several of us used the Nallo2 in the Snowy Mountains this winter. They stood up to winds of approx 80mph (130kph) withut rocks or tree cover to lesson the force. One was pitched side ways and the other tail on. We only used the poles supplied, but added extra guylines to the vestibule and poles. The tent is incredibly easy to pich and pull down in high winds. Condensation is a rare occurrence if vents are opened (according to the external conditions).
Does the world need yet another raving Nallo 2 review?
Peter Coolsma (guest), Trailspace.com
17 February 2002
Excerpt: Does the world need yet another raving Nallo 2 review? Of course! It's the best outdoor-money I've ever spent. Totally waterproof and amazingly sturdy in bad weather. Ease of set-up is good, if you let the wind work to your advantage. I use it as a one-person tent and as such, it's very comfortable. With two people, things would get a bit crowded but it would work.
This is definitly the best tent I ever had. Though…
Sascha Bosetzky (guest), Trailspace.com
25 May 2001
Excerpt: This is definitly the best tent I ever had. Though the Nallo is designed to fit two persons, it is a great tent for solo-tours. It is very light-weight and offers a lot of space inside. Since I often travel alone over an extended period of time, I really like to have such a great 'mobile home' that withstands any kind of weather.
Where do you want to be if you're exposed in nasty…
Jon Solomon (guest), Trailspace.com
19 March 2001
Excerpt: Where do you want to be if you're exposed in nasty weather? Try a Nallo 2. After using this tent in varied conditions for about half a year, I'm ready to offer another glowing report on Hilleberg tents, following my experience with the one-person Akto. The Nallo 2 offers superlative, total weather protection in extremely wet, temperate alpine environments, plus the convenience of a small packed size and a voluminous interior for two at a relatively low weight.
The Nallo is my preferred tent for any winter trip:…
Bj (guest), Trailspace.com
21 December 2000
Excerpt: The Nallo is my preferred tent for any winter trip: extremely lightweight (even with the thicker 12mm Easton Alloy poles), easy to set-up and take down even in very strong winds and thick mittens. The material is superb, the stitching immaculate (if one had to, one could complain to the individual who made the tent - name tags are sewn into the inner tent), the functionaly unsurpassed by any other tent I have ever used.