MSR Hubba NX Tent

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Description

At a glance

  • Ultralight: Minimum weight is 1.12 kg, two Fast & Light® options from 0.73 kg
  • Maximum Space: Head and elbow room throughout tent; large side entry vestibule to store gear
  • Livable: Large StayDry door with built-in rain gutter; adaptable, cross-ventilating rainfly
  • Easy Setup & Packing: Unified hub-and-pole system with color-coded clips; ultra-compact compression stuff sack
  • Optimized symmetrical geometry and non-tapered floor
  • Large, easy-entry D-shaped StayDry door and vestibule
  • Side entry zipper orientation
  • Rainfly kickstand vent
  • Adjustable rainfly (roll-up vestibule & stargazer view)
  • Light gray rainfly color (neutral light)
  • Adjustable integrated stake-out loops
  • Lightweight reflective guy-outs
  • Durable high-tenacity nylon fabrics
  • Reinforced Infinity bar tacks and lap-felled seams
  • Durashieldâ„¢-coated rainfly and bathtub-style floor
  • Compression stuff sack with pull handle

Description

The freestanding MSR Hubba NX tent has been reinvented as the most liveable, ultralight solo backpacking tent available. Expertly engineered for 3-season camping, the lightweight, compact tent won't slow you down, whether you're striking out early to earn solo views along a popular route, or finding your stride on a 10-day trek into the Alaskan wilderness. The tent is optimized, symmetrical geometry and non-tapered floor maximize space because you didn't head out into the backcountry to feel constrained while other precision-engineered features, from the StayDryâ„¢ door to the adaptable, cross-ventilating rainfly, make the tent so livable, you won't want to come home.

Shipped from the United Kingdom

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