The Hilleberg Anjan GT 2 Person Tent is a lightweight backpacking tent for three season adventures. The Anjan GT 2 shelters up to two people and includes an extended vestibule for protecting gear. The lightweight material is ideal for warmer weather trips into the backcountry or summer bike tours, where there won't be any snow, while able to withstand the unexpected rain storm. The single-entry tent requires four stakes to pitch and the outer tent won't drop all the way to the ground, providing adequate air flow for hot nights. Did you know "Anjan" is a lake in northern Sweden? Despite its name, I don't recommend pitching your tent in a lake.
FEATURES of the Hilleberg Anjan GT 2 Person Tent
The outer tent fabric is Kerlon 1000 and the poles are 9mm, which make for a super lightweight and stable tent
Tent wall can be extended to ground and mesh areas are backed with adjustable fabric panel
Tunel construction provides maximum space to weight which is ideal choice for mobile journey
This tent ideally used for two people
Single entrance tent with single vestibule configuration allows for easy entrance and storage space
Add on the optional footprint that will cover the entire tent and vestibule and can be left attached to the tent even when pitching. Footprints add extra durability, protection from the elements, and longevity to your tent's life, so for sure think about adding it to your order.
The inner and outer tent is connected but has the ability to be separated for simultaneous pitching
The complete tents outer or inner tents can be used separately. With adjusting some few minor settings moving detachable pole holder from the outer to inner tent
Lightweight tent intended to be used in warmer, snow-free environments
Feature inner tents with large mesh panels that cannot be covered and outer tent walls that are shorter but can be lowered on one side for weather protection
Not ideal for high altitude terrain or adventures way off the beaten path, but excellent for long or short trips in protected terrain
The outer tent does not go all the way to the ground, which gives a nice balance of lightweight tent with constant air flow
Designed with lighter weight zippers, Hilleberg's lightest inner tent and floor fabrics, and their lightest pegs
We only ship this brand to US and Canadian Addresses.
Hilleberg Yellow Label Tents
American Alpine Institute Guides' Choice Seal Award - 2012
Free Standing, Vestibule, Single Wall
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Hilleberg Yellow Label Tents
Hilleberg engineers their Yellow Label tents principally to be lightweight. Intended for use in warmer climates and in snow-free conditions, these models have inner tents with large mesh panels which cannot be covered, and shorter outer tent walls. This ensures they have superb warm-weather venting, but can also make them feel cold in cooler conditions. Yellow Label models are perfect for long or short trips in more protected terrain, but, while they do have remarkable strength, their lighter weight materials and their design make them less than ideal for fully exposed or high altitude terrain or far removed adventures.
Rated 5 out of
Very strong three season tent that keeps you safeDuring a camping trip to Kauai, my MSR Carbon reflex got broken after a few windy night along the beach (one of the tent poles snapped). It was terrible, I had to improvise with random ropes and tree sticks to keep it up and I kinda stayed up the entire night watching it out for my partner. Don't get me wrong, the MSR tent is a great tent, it's super light, very spacious, easy to set up, but carbon fiber was just a little too brittle compared to traditional alloy mental. But thankfully Mooooosejaw let me return it with no hassle, appreciated that.
Then I started looking for tents that are stronger, especially in strong winds, and found that Hilleberg is famous for that. I picked this one in the end since I find myself doing three season camping most of the time. I was at the beginning a bit concerned about ease of setup for a tunnel tent, which I've never used before, but it turned out to be a no brainer thanks to the linkage between layers. The guidelines are also super easy to set up, and honestly it taught me how to use guidelines for other tents as well. Coming to its performance, this tent stands very strong in winds; it does make a little bit of noise but totally reasonable (I mean, winds are noisy on their own, right?). As some people pointed out, the distance between ground and the rain cover presents a minor problem in heavy rain. I was backpacking in Olympic park this fall, and had a heavy all-night rain. The water did get in *under* the inner body a little bit to make it dirty but luckily didn't create real trouble. My friends were using a Nallo and were completely fine (that tent is too heavy for me) but I think other tents would have the same problem as mine. My recommendation is that when in doubt for heavy rain, dig a trench around the tent; no tent is 100% safe, sometimes a little bit of extra skill goes a long way. Lastly, the massive vestibule area is more useful than I thought it would be, we could easily store all of our packs (including my friends'), and cooked under it once in a heavy rain.