MSR Tent Accessories"
These are a great product to be sure that you're always prepared for missing that one last steak. Upgrading the supplied tent stakes to these then allowed me to use the origin…
- Brian, 06/09/14
Grand Rapids, Ohio
super light weight, cheap and pretty what more do you need, stock stakes are for chumps!…
- Calais, 01/30/15
super light for a durable tent stake. I however am going with the mini for hammock hiking. just because they are shorter. have used these for a year and love them. they work f…
- James, 02/17/15
North Georgia Mountains
If Tony the Tiger were shopping for tent stakes, these are the ones he would prefer.…
- eric, 08/31/14
Very light weight, easy to use. I have many extra sets of line on stand by with these on them.
I also use these to get my tarps set up and staked out.
They are very durable…
- Mike, 12/19/14
As I said before easy to put on your tents guy lines and stake lines, simple to use. Once they are on the ropes they are very simple to tension however I can't recommend thes…
- Chris, 05/13/14
I like these more than the Easton stakes in spite of the slightly higher weight. I have had the caps come off of a few Easton nano stakes. These are all one piece, take quite…
- Jeffrey, 01/19/15
I love these stakes. They are really light and strong and I love the color! They go great with MSR's reflective guy line as it makes it easily visible at night with a headlamp…
- Mitchell, 08/08/14
The guy cord ring is made of the same light weighted material as MSR groundhog tent stake, very light and durable. The 3mm rope is of very high quality, and the length is good…
- Liang, 01/30/15
Very light weight!
Easy to put to use.
I have several of these.
I have cut a few of them down into shorter sections for other uses.
I feel that it is as strong as 550 cord…
- Mike, 12/19/14
These are actually really cool. It doesn't take much to get them bright and they do actually stay glowing for hours. I like them for my camera bag too when working on night sh…
- Kimberly, 01/06/15
I bought this repair kit after noticing a small hole in the mesh of my tent. The hole was less than the size of a dime, but was enough that bugs and mosquitos could crawl in u…
- Brandon, 09/24/13
These stakes are super light and very sturdy. I weighed them and they are exactly .2OZ each. They are certainly the lightest stakes out there. I received them free with the pu…
- Mitchell, 08/08/14
I've used these in snow and sand when there's nothing else to anchor to. They work very well in soft and semi-consolidated snow with minimal effort to place and they freeze in…
- Travis, 07/24/13
Don't expect the durability and bomb-proofness of MSR groundhog stakes. I used these in the desert sand and one broke with not that much force. I will be babying the remaining…
- Goran, 10/25/13
I bought this mudmat because the rain got my backpack wet from one good rain under the rain fly. I ordered it and used it in the rain again. This mat is awesome to keep my pac…
- Joseph, 12/16/14
I do a lot of weekend backpacking. I have a MSR Nook tent and there isn't a lot of room for backpack to sit under the fly outside. I had heavy rain that one night and notice…
- Joseph, 12/15/14
I bought this cuz I use it for tarp shelter next to my 2-person tent in rain where I can sit out of my tent. 5 feet pole is all I need to erect for what I need. The rest I…
- Joseph, 12/14/14
keeps things well organized, very useful zip pockets for small things.If youre taller than 6ft, mind your head when you get up for a pee at night. you could probably pop ever…
- wormkit, 12/02/14
I'm surprised that MSR designed this loft, especially it is MSR Hubba Hubba. The loft is heavy. Not worth taking for backpacking, but for car camping it is okay.…
- Joseph, 08/23/14
Strong, hi-vis, well made.…
- Christpher, 12/28/14
I have a lightweight rainshell that it so lightweight the manufacturer did not include zipper pulls on some very tiny little zippers. I bought these to add to this rainshell a…
- Michael, 06/03/14
Ann Arbor, MI