"Of the 5 or 6 tents we own. . .this is the one we use."
2 weeks ago
Summary: We spent one 72-day summer on the Harley from TX to Banff to Vancouver, BC, down the CA coast and back to TX, almost all one-night camps, and it kept the two of us snug and dry in wind and rain. The next summer we did 70 nights in it from Madrid to Prague and from Athens to Copenhagen. Again, not a broken stitch, not a jammed zipper. I just put it up in the yard in preparation for this summer's loop east to Savannah and up to P.E. I.
Summary: We love this tent! Very easy to set up and take down and the two doors help to vent and get air flowing through. Poles go together easily and slide through the rivets with ease. There is plenty of space for two people plus your gear for safe keeping! We have been through two major rain storms with it and stayed dry. Also there is a loop inside at the apex to hang a lantern or head lamp which is very handy!
Summary: Out of all the tents I own this tent is by the far the most versatile tent out there. It packs down to the size of a two person tent. Comfortably sleeps 3 with gear inside. One of the easiest and fastest tents to setup I have ever seen. The mesh canopy makes it great for the warmer months. Def.
Summary: I own and use both the MSR Mutha Hubba and the Marmot Aeros 3P. They are both great tents, each with its own pros and cons.The Aeros 3P is the roomier of the two and definitely good for three people. Its set up, however, especially attaching the rain fly, is more complex, complicated, and time consuming.The Mutha Hubba is a snap to set up, especially in a storm, is bomb proof in high winds, but more of a deluxe two-person tent.