Excerpt: The MSR Hubba Hubba Tent is advertised to be the ultimate solo backpacking tent.
One of its main features is the fact that it comes at an amazing weight of less than three pounds.
It is extremely durable and features an all new pole-hub system which makes setting it up a breeze.
Conclusion: With its superb ventilation and visibility, its single-pole convenience, its clever rainfly, and its spacious interior, the Hubba Hubba has become my tent of choice for one- or two-person expeditions. Although it offers less interior space than my former shelter-of-choice, the , its ample headroom makes it feel just as livable, but without the extra hassles involved with single-wall, tension-dependent shelters like the Missing Link.
Excerpt: MSR Hubba Hubba Owner Review Biographical Information Name: Cody Croslow Age: 20 Gender: Male Height: 5'11" (1.80 m) Weight: 160 lb (73 kg) Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Central Point, Oregon, United States of America Date: July 27, 2007 Backpacking Background: I've just started backpacking, and started on the premise that lighter is better. I don't have a lot of lightweight gear, but I am working towards a base weight under 10 lb (4.5 kg.
Conclusion: At a minimum weight of four pounds, one ounces (w/o stakes), MSR's Hubba Hubba offers perhaps the best volume-to-weight ratio of any tent in its class. I wouldn't use the Hubba Hubba as my primary solo shelter (it's too big), but for two-man use, or whenever you need extra space and comfort plus the rain-worthiness of a double-wall shelter, this is an easy pick.
Excerpt: I bought this tent a year ago, and my wife and I have put it through the ultimate test in that year. We used it in Australia, Africa, Europe and South America; from sea level to 5000 meters, deserts to rainforests. It's been set up well over 100 times. Here's what I found: Weight: Excellent. It packs up super small, and you can't do much better than 2kg. Warmth: As expected.
Excerpt: Had a chance to give the hubba hubba hp its first outing over the holiday period. We ventured well off the beaten track in mixed weather. First impressions of the tent were positive. It's lightweight, less than 2 kg when packed, so not much of a burden to carry for days on end. It's easy to pitch, solo if necessary.