MSR Hubba Tour 2 Tent

MSR Hubba Tour 2 Tent is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 5.
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Product Description Item No.   10368219

The MSR Hubba Tour 2 Tent is a two person tent with large vestibule for all your adventure gear. Whether you're bikepacking, canoeing, or just want the extra space to kick you feet out, the Hubba Tour is ready to accommodate. Bust a tire and rain is on its way? Pitch camp where you're at and as the storm rolls through the spacious vestibule offers plenty of space to fix the tire as you wait out the rain. Move to the tent side and catch some z's before you wake up to a beautiful dawn and get riding again.

FEATURES of the MSR Hubba Tour 2 Tent

  • Spacious, two-person cycle touring tent
  • Extended vestibule for added storage
  • Dry Setup: Exoskeleton frame and unified rainfly and body keep the tent body dry during setup in bad weather
  • Added Space: Added length and width accommodate two riders in bulky jackets, and the hooped vestibule offers a large dry, protected area
  • Bug Protection: The mesh vestibule door maintains a bug-free zone for ride preparations
  • Internal Organization: Multiple large pockets hold jackets and cycling gear, while a gear loft stores smaller items

- + Product Specifications
Tent Canopy Fabric: 20D Nylon Ripstop
Tent Rainfly Fabric: 20D PU Nylon Ripstop
Tent Floor Fabric: PU Nylon Ripstop
Features: Fast Pitch, Free Standing
Weight: 77 oz
Floor Area: 32 Square Feet
Vestibule Area: 25 Square Feet
Peak Height: 38 in.
Number of Poles: 3
Tent Pole Material: Aluminum
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Best Use: Backpacking, Bikepacking
Sleep Capacity: 2
Seasons: 3-Season
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 100 Day Trial I used this product daily on a 100+ day cycle tour that took me from snowy conditions at minus twenty to wet and windy and to sunny at forty degrees. I travelled solo. One tent pole split in the cold. It was easily patched and MSR sent out a replacement no problem. The tent poles need to be folded in a certain way to prevent pivot pins popping out. A minor frustration when rethreading elastic at the end of the day. The poles oxidised and jammed after days of continuous rain and being stored wet. Minor problem but could lead to incorrect assemble and pole splitting if in a rush. For solo travel it does have a large footprint but the space is welcome compared with long stints with a smaller tent. The main problem was condensation. The vestibule, which is probably the feature that most people would buy the product for is very difficult to ventilate and would benefit from side vents. This would occur at most pitch locations. It must be noted that I would only use one front guy line. MSR do recommend the use of all guy lines to reduce condensation. A few successive days camping in rain free pine forests, with low breeze, did lead to condensation and mildew on the inner. This is not covered by warranty. The easy put up in rain feature where the inner is already fitted to the outter was of little to no benefit as the inner would be wet most evenings if I hadn't stopped during the day to dry out. This meant using a cloth to dry out the floor of the inner before moving in sleeping gear. A slight pain which became routine but three wrings of a large micro fibre cloth indicates the level of moisture. A separate inner would be easier to keep dry. It was rare for me to use the vestibule. As I left the panniers on the bike in most locations for a quick departure. However when needed it was a good feature. I will probably seek out another tent for future expeditions and I am not too sure if it will be MSR but will closely look at Hubba 2
Date published: 2018-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Survived a 5 day Scottish island storm no problem High winds, torrential rain, hour after hour, day after day and this wee beauty kept us dry and cozy....and sane. No condensation problems to report on as generally not hot enough to really test. However the easily accessible air vents kept us from being stuffed up during the night (and day). Very easy quick pitching (great in times of impending downpours. We used a ground tarpoauline to help keep us dry and also allowed us to use the vestibule on sodden ground. Only downside is that there is no fly net between the vestibule and main tent. Could really do with this addition for breath ability and especially to help combat the Scottish Midgie! A great purchase overall. Thank you MSR, you made the outer Hebrides a dry encounter, albeit, only indoors.
Date published: 2018-07-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great tent for long-distance traveling We have spent almost 2 years traveling on motorcycles in 5 different continents of the world, sleeping in our Hubba Tour 2 tent on average every third night. The tent is super easy and quick to set up and is quite sturdy when it comes to surviving strong winds. The spacious vestibule is amazing for storing our bulky motorcycle riding gear and other stuff hidden from the dust, rain or the eyes of a random passerby. Main tent is just as big to fit the two of us and some additional small stuff or clothes comfortably, but I wouldn't recommend it for bigger people. It packs to a very small bag which fits perfectly into one of our aluminium motorcycle panniers taking about 1/3 if it's space. On the negative side - it's not possible to use this tent without the rain cover, therefore often it was way too hot inside on hot and humid nights in Africa. Also, the seam that connects the walls of vestibule with the small floor there seems not to be sealed, so after the rain we would have some water inside vestibule that would get some of our stuff wet, so we learned to only put waterproof stuff on the ground if there's a chance of rain at night. All in all for our type of traveling this tent, which packs small, has spacious vestibule and pitches quick and easy is absolutely perfect. I don't know any other tent in the market that would have all these features.
Date published: 2018-06-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This tent leaks We purchased this tent for an 18 month cycle trip from the UK to New Zealand. We've recently tested it in Wales, before going on the trip. Unfortunately the tent leaks and is not fit for purpose. Firstly the inner and the flysheet pitch so close together that they touch given the slightest bit of condensation, and water drips in, this is amplified when it rains. Secondly the porch area is not waterproof, both the flysheet and the seams leak. Every time we have tried this tent we have woken up to discover something was wet. There are several reviews emerging online which have all discovered the same problems I am desperately trying to return this product. It is a shame because the layout/space and ease of setup is great
Date published: 2018-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ready for bad weather Great size for those days you're stuck on a bad day on a tour
Date published: 2018-02-16
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Does the vestibule door have bug netting?

Asked by: Freeskier
Hiya Freeskier, thanks for your question! The vestibule door is made out of an insect resistant mesh material, but it is not necessarily netting. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Alice in Wanderland
Date published: 2018-04-10

Does the main door have a secondary mesh door (to keep insects out) while providing ventilation in good weather?

Asked by: MotoBiker
Hey Motobiker! Both the main tent doors are not meshed. But, the good news is: there is actually a mesh screen that you can zip down on the vestibule door. It's a pretty darn awesome setup!
Answered by: Scrubba Dub
Date published: 2018-04-11

I see that the square footage of the floor space 32 square feet. Is it safe to assume that is 8'x4'? What is the L X W in feet exactly? Thanks.

Asked by: Mozart
Hi Mozart, thanks for your question! Sorry for the missing dimensions in the description, all of the information and images are supplied directly from the manufacturer. This is a brand new item and MSR doesn't even have it available on their website yet. Never fear, the folks at MSR gave me all the details... The main tent measures 52 inches wide and 88 inches long. The peak height is 38 inches. The vestibule adds an additional 25 feet of space. It is 88 inches long and the width can extend to 58 inches wide. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Alice in Wanderland
Date published: 2018-04-10
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