MSR  Hubba Hubba NX 2-Person Tent - 2018

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With a minimum trail weight of just 3 lbs. 7 oz., this tent is an ultra-livable 3-season shelter for 2 backpackers. It packs down small thanks to a compact compression sack.


  • Unique pole configuration maximizes headroom and elbow space throughout the tent
  • Set up and take down is easy with a unified, color-coded hub-and-pole system
  • Two large StayDry™ doors help ensure water doesn't drip into the tent when doors are opened; two large vestibules store gear
  • Rainfly vents and venting vestibules help create a dry, comfortable interior
  • Minimum weight of just 3 lbs. 7 oz. (1.54kg) includes tent, rainfly and poles only
  • Fast & Light® setup option lets you use just the rainfly, poles and footprint (footprint sold separately) to reduce the weight to 2 lbs. 2 oz. (0.97kg)
  • Canopy is 15-denier nylon micromesh and 20-denier high-tenacity ripstop nylon; floor is 30-denier, high-tenacity ripstop nylon with Durashield™ polyurethane coating
  • Rainfly is 20-denier, high-tenacity ripstop nylon that's Durashield™ polyurethane- and silicone-coated
  • The MSR Hubba Hubba NX tent comes with an ultra-compact compression sack so it fits easily into a backpack


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Technical Specs

Item #863076
Best Use




Sleeping Capacity


Minimum Trail Weight

3 lbs. 7 oz.

Fly / Footprint Pitch Weight

2 lbs. 2 oz.

Packaged Weight

3 lbs. 13 oz.

Packed Size

6 x 18 inches

Floor Dimensions

84 x 50 inches

Floor Area

29 square feet

Vestibule Area

17.5 square feet

Peak Height

39 inches

Number of Doors

2 doors

Number of Poles

1 hubbed poleset

Pole Material

DAC aluminum

Pole Diameter

9.3 millimeters

Canopy Fabric

20-denier ripstop nylon / 15-denier nylon mesh

Floor Fabric

30-denier ripstop nylon

Rainfly Fabric

20-denier ripstop nylon

Footprint Included




Design Type


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