MSR Hubba Hubba Tent

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The popular MSR Hubba Hubba tent weighs a scant 4 lbs.—it features generous space, 2 doors, 2 vestibules and a freestanding design.

  • Features

    • Configured to maximize the tent's interior space, the all-in-one, swivel-hub pole system is strong and light
    • High tech ripstop nylon rainfly reduces weight, and the silicon and polyurethane coating increases durability and resistance to damaging UV rays
    • Dry-entry design ensures water won't drip into the tent when doors are opened for added ventilation in rainy weather
    • Vestibules provide dry entry with gear storage and still leave room for a covered food-prep area
    • Attention to detail shows in the taped seams, reinforced stress points, ultralight stake loops, reflective guy cords and user-friendly door toggles
    • Ultralight needle stakes are virtually unbendable and nearly weightless
    • Save weight and create a minimalist shelter by using just the rainfly, footprint (sold separately) and poles
    • Average minimum weight specification is based on tent, rainfly and poles only

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backpacking

    Seasons

    3-season

    Sleeping Capacity

    2-person

    Fly / Footprint Pitch Weight

    3 lbs. 2 oz.

    Packaged Weight

    4 lbs. 11 oz.

    Packed Size

    7 x 20 inches

    Floor Dimensions

    84 x 50 inches

    Floor Area

    29 square feet

    Vestibule Area

    8.75 + 8.75 square feet

    Peak Height

    40 inches

    Number of Doors

    2 doors

    Number of Poles

    Hubbed poleset

    Pole Material

    Aluminum DAC NSL

    Pole Diameter

    9.0 millimeters

    Canopy Fabric

    Ripstop nylon/polyester mesh

    Floor Fabric

    Coated ripstop nylon

    Rainfly Fabric

    Coated ripstop nylon

    Footprint Included

    No

    Design Type

    Freestanding

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