The Nammatj GT 3 Person Tent by Hilleberg. The Nammatj and its extended vestibule version, the Nammatj GT, are arguably Hilleberg's most versatile tents. Made with Hilleberg's Kerlon 1800 outer tent fabric and employing 10 mm poles, they are equal in strength and stability to Hilleberg's Keron models, but because of their single entrance and vestibule, they are impressively light in weight. They are exceptional choices for all season use in exposed and/or above tree line terrain, or for demanding, extended winter camping trips in extreme conditions, yet they are also easily light enough for long trips in more moderate climes. Both the Nammatj and the Nammatj GT models have smaller footprints then their Keron counterpart models, yet they have the same inner tent square footage, and so are excellent for limited-space sites such as narrow ridge lines or ledges. Both tents' tunnel tent design is geared more for mobile adventures, where you pitch your tent every day, but both can be used quite effectively for base camp-oriented trips, as well.
The Nammatj and Nammatj GT are the masters of both high and low country, equally suited for a high altitude expedition or a weekend walk in the local hills. These robust all-season, all-arounders pitch quickly and easily, can be taken down and moved in a flash, yet are far stronger and lighter than any other tent in their class. Because of their superb weight to strength ratio and compact footprints, both the Nammatj and Nammatj GT have become immensely popular with extreme users, such as polar travelers looking to save weight, mountaineers doing remote routes in the highest ranges, professional guides, and military special forces teams. But these same characteristics are just as highly prized by more "regular" users, as well: backpackers, cycle and paddle tourers, and anyone needing maximum strength while reducing weight.