Make the most of every dew-dropped, mountaintop morning in the lightweight Hubba Hubba 3-Person Hiking Tent by MSR.
Three ain’t a crowd, with a symmetrical design and non-tapered floor guaranteeing room to groove for the whole gang and their gear. A unified hub-and-pole system also enables a quick setup and faster pack down – so you can slow down and soak in the high moments. Bringing rustic magic to your setup, the inner is a washed-out grey to promote neutral and natural lighting. Gadgets and gizmos stay together and protected in the tech-friendly pockets, featuring cable ports in the corners for headphones and cords. Poles of superior aerospace composite materials - ballistic-fiber, carbon, and resin - are strong enough to defy the windy conditions and wild outdoor dynamics with exceptional strength, lightweightedness, and resilience. Thanks to both reflective guy points and robust stake-out loops too, you can still stay grounded at the highest peak.
Greet the snowcapped mountains every morning with one hand through the zippered door, closing to a single point for easy locating every time. With taped seams for weather protection and a Durashield™ coating for tear resistance, the rainfly also features built-in gutters on the vestibule doors to promote rain run-off. Kickstand vents work in parting segments of the fly’s fabric to allow airflow – and flip back the removable rainfly to soak in summit scenes, from peachy skies to pale morning haze.
With the MSR Hubba Hubba 3-Person Hiking Tent – kick it lightweight to the skyline without compromise.
Symmetrical design and non-tapered floor for maximum interior space
Unified hub-and-pole system for easy setup and pack-down
Easton® Syclone™ Poles with cutting-edge construction for strength in challenging weather
Mesh and solid fabric constructed of a durable nylon and silicone blend
Durashield™-coated rainfly for scratch and tear resistance
Reinforced patches and stitching at guy points for durability
2x large StayDry™ doors for easy, one-handed entry and exit
Rainfly kickstand vent for airflow
Removable rainfly allows for stargazer view
Light grey inner colouring promotes neutral light
Locking anodized stake loop grommets for added strength
Lightweight and reflective guy-outs
Tech-friendly pockets with cable ports for stashing electronics
Hi, I’ve had an MSR in the past but wondering if this is robust enough for Tassie and the OLT, or is there something better you could suggest?
Kylie - Robertson, NSW(9 months ago)
Yes, absolutely. We know of someone who takes his Hubba Hubba off track and total bush bash hiking in NZ with no issues, and he's been stuck in it for 2-3 days of straight rain. As long as you're following best practices with storage and care, which are the main things that contribute to the lifespan of the tent, you can ultimately use it anywhere.