4.8 out of 5
June 19, 2011
I bought this tent a few months ago on sale and love it. It has good construction that stands up solid in the weather. The singular pole system is great. It is very easy to set up and take down, the bag has plenty of extra room in case of fast takedowns. I have no complaints about this tent its very easy to set up, very light and durable. I also like the open mesh for those crystal clear nights! By the way does anyone really care about the name... its unique and so is the tent.
September 27, 2007
Very nice tent for its weight class.Have used even in early spring in the NW Cascades on snow but it,like and net body style tent,allows the wind and cold in.While camped at 7,000ft in Goat Rocks in a very dusty area my tnet filled with dirt during the windy night.Camp in sheltered areas only.Tent will stand up to wind but as you have read there are drawbacks.
Roomy and Light
January 10, 2009
I really enjoyed the MSR Hubba Hubba two-person tent, I went and bought the MSR Hubba one-person tent! Lighter and just as roomy! Also versatile - you can pack only the footprint and rainfly for a full shelter! Best three-season tent I have used! Recommended!
a great tent
October 11, 2008
Set up and break down was quick and easy, great ventilation even with the rainfly, and also loved the side entry which made it easy to get in and out of.
Light, Easy to Set Up, Effective
December 14, 2007
Great tent for a one man 3-season. Its design allows for more headroom than most other tents of its class. Used it consistently for the summer months (June, July, August) and encountered lots of rain, but never had a problem with this tent. Ive been in everything from light drizzles, to downpours, and it has always kept me dry. The single pole design makes it extremely easy and QUICK to assemble in a hurry. As previously stated though, this is definitely a 3-season tent, so it wont keep you incredibly warm on its own. Also, not that I recommend this, but over the course of the summer I didn't once use a ground tarp or footprint. I would have of course preferred the footprint, but I just never had one and despite that, it still worked like a champ. Excellent quality.
May 25, 2010
hiked the Appalachian trail with this tent. thinking about buying the muther hubba easy set up and lightweight