Excerpt: If low weight is your prime tent priority, put this shelter at the top of your shopping list. It’s barely more than four pounds, but makes no compromises in terms of protection. When 30-mph winds in Colorado’s Park Range blasted the Skyledge with rain, this freestanding dome barely shuddered—and kept the interior dry during soggy entrances (the fly’s drip line prevents water from funneling inside the open doors).
My original Mutha Hubba rain fly turned to goo while…
18 January 2012
Excerpt: My original Mutha Hubba rain fly turned to goo while in its storage container, so I returned it to MSR at their direction to be replaced. (They knew the original rain fly had a defective Syl Nylon coating.) The replacement fly arrived and I tossed it in a new storage container where it lived for several months before it was packed for a two-week trip to southern Arizona. The first time I pitched the fly I started cussing a blue streak.
I love this tent. It's a fairly spacious 2 person/…
20 March 2009
Excerpt: I love this tent. It's a fairly spacious 2 person/ tight for 3. I recently used it for a 2 week trip with my wife and 6 year old daughter and while a little snug we were comfortable. Really solid in heavy rain and wind. Good ventilation with both vestibules partially or fully unzipped. I'm looking forward to trying it with just the ground cover and fly. Super easy to set up and break down. I am able to pack it down quite a bit smaller than the stuff sack.
Talk about luxury! If you are camping in the summer…
2 September 2008
Excerpt: Talk about luxury! If you are camping in the summer and can afford to carry the Mutha Hubba, you will be glad. For 2 it is VERY roomy and water tight(in my experience in Sept. Northern Maine Downpours). If rain is not expected though it is open to the stars and totally worth it. It sets up in no time, even in the dark. I am not an ultralight backpacker but appreciate light weight for canoe camping, which makes the Mutha Hubba - yea- perfect!
So I just got this tent the day I was going on a trip…
9 June 2008
Excerpt: So I just got this tent the day I was going on a trip and pretty much tested it in every Canadian summer condition. I usually steer towards the ultralight products but I'm by no means restricted to that realm. I got this tent because I can see it as very usable for backpacking, canoeing, kayaking, carcamping and pretty much anything I choose to do. It seemed to be versatile and I trust MSR as a manufacturer of high quality gear. Stuff I noticed: 1.
I thought this tent was awesome. very good quality,…
29 May 2007
Excerpt: I thought this tent was awesome. very good quality, easy to set up and light weight. I love the color of it and it stands out amongst other tents. I tried it in rainy weather and this tent is SOLID in rain. It's spacious and no problem to fit three people in there. A few concerns I had. We were three people in the tent and it actually got quite a bit condensation inside it on the fly.