I love the weight and compactability. Setting up this…
12 March 2014
Summary: I love the weight and compactability. Setting up this tent is a breeze and takes less than 3 minutes. Condensation is a wee bit of a problem, but nothing I can't deal with. Best uses are backpacking, canoe portage, and general camping.
Pros: Lightweight, Perfect size, Does well in wind and in climate weather
I am so happy with this tent. As a member of Search…
16 January 2014
Summary: I am so happy with this tent. As a member of Search and Rescue, it goes with me everywhere, and stands up to the harshest conditions. It's never let me down!
Pros: Easy to assemble and take down., Light enough to carry anywhere., Very weather resistant., Perfect size for me and all my gear to be inside., Dual-entrances with vestibules., Plenty of headroom., Quick and easy to dry out before re-packing., Enough room for two people, while gear is stored in the dual vestibules.
Cons: Some say it isn't the lightest tent on the market, but I've never found it to be an issue.
I've owned this tent since 2006. Great product, no…
15 August 2011
Excerpt: I've owned this tent since 2006. Great product, no leaks, well ventilated. However, I had the same problem with the fly (melting) reported by few reviewers. So, since my tent was still in good condition, I looked for a replacement fly. I saw on a local dealer web site that MSR have changed their fly and the the coating on the fly is less prone to melting. I contacted MSR to ask them if the new fly will fit my old tent and to know the price for a replacement fly.
I purchased my MSR Hubba Hubba from HumbleOutdoors…
21 December 2010
Excerpt: I purchased my MSR Hubba Hubba from HumbleOutdoors for $237 w/free MSR Footprint MSR really perfected this design, which has yet to be surpassed by (nearly) any other tent manufacturer (possible exception: MSR Hubba Hubba HP 2-Person Tent). The hub pole is simple and lightweight, making set up a breeze. The fine mesh allows for great ventilation, further weight shavings, and excellent star gazing on nights without the rain fly.
Have had this tent since 07, several trips in VA,…
5 December 2010
Excerpt: Have had this tent since 07, several trips in VA, NC ,TN, OR, CO, WA all kinds of weather from hot and humid, heavy wind and rain, to waking up in a virtual igloo. Very good 3 season tent, easy / quick set-up. Haven’t had the issues, with high winds that some other folks suggest, but I tie additional guidelines to pull the fly taunt. That said, it has held up in monsoon weather pretty well, with just a little moisture seeping thru the floor. I also use the footprint.
My girlfriend Ms. Webster had this tent as our home…
16 October 2009
Excerpt: My girlfriend Ms. Webster had this tent as our home for 2 months of hiking. It was more than adequate for both of us an our small dog. Many nights we "half-flied" it to watch the stars and were able to get the fly up at the first sign of rain. I've used in many times since and still haven't had the opportunity to explore all of its versatility. I highly recommend it!
Probably one of the best 3-season tents I have ever…
7 May 2009
Excerpt: Probably one of the best 3-season tents I have ever owned. I’ve used it several times now including twice in early spring on Emory Peak in Big Bend. It holds up great in rain and hard wind. I like the entire mesh top, opposed from the HP, because on nice nights you can view the stars without being bothered by insects. It's the closest thing to being tent-less.