MSR Spring Tents"
Very easy to setup, 1 pole, doesnt matter which end goes where as both ends are dimensionally the same. When setup the mesh is all tight, no sagging, and inside there is ple…
- Brett, 06/25/11
This tent is just too cool for words!!! Lots of room at your feet to keep your indoor supplies nearby - camera for taking sneak-attack pictures of your friends, wet socks, sme…
- Sarah, 03/30/11
I purchased this tent to take my 5 year old son backpacking for the first time. This tent is about 2 lbs lighter than the tent I use to use backpacking. The ease of setup is…
- Mark, 11/04/13
St. Clair Shores
Love the MSR Hubba series tents, very light but very tight for two adults who are not already intimate, LOL.
The gear shed should be an option for every tent made by all ma…
- charles, 10/26/13
I own and use both the MSR Mutha Hubba and the Marmot Aeros 3P. They are both great tents, each with its own pros and cons.
The Aeros 3P is the roomier of the two and defin…
- bruce, 04/09/11
We've had our MSR Mutha Hubba for 2 years now, and have pushed the limits of 3 seasons with it. It has never let us down. The set-up is simple and quick. We've had no issues w…
- Alison, 04/23/12
I had the good fortune of borrowing one of these from a friend. Several of us were just car-camping so I can't accurately comment on weight or packability, but set-up was a br…
- matt, 12/10/13
San Francisco Bay Area
Perfect tent for backpacking. Definitely a one person tent. Super light and packable though. Very durable as well.…
- Rich, 12/10/13
I was very hesitant to spend so much on a tent. I only go on maybe 4 or 5 camping trips a year, but it was more than worth it! Significantly lighter than any other tent I've e…
- Erica, 09/13/13