hilleberg nallo 2 tent

12:27 p.m. on October 1, 2002 (EDT)
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I'm looking for someone who owns one, I want to know about: space for 2, durability, waterproof?, etc. Will be used in montana, want super light, but also assurance it can handle extreme wind/weather if needed. Any thoughts, suggestions alternative brands? Thanks

2:14 p.m. on October 1, 2002 (EDT)
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I have the 2001 Nallo 2 and would think that properly pitched it could withstand severe weather. Mine has endured prolonged heavy rain and some snow in winter. It's been out in winds although no severe winds yet. It shouldn't be a problem and the fabric seems strong and well constructed. It's a strong tent and constructed with minimal seams. I never seam sealed mine and it never leaked. Condensation isn't bad either since you can leave the front door open and the vestibule still covers the door. The back of the fly can be raised to catch breezes too. I use mine solo, but I would think that it would be big enough for two depending how tall you are. The tent has a lot of elbow room with the hoop design.

6:35 p.m. on October 1, 2002 (EDT)
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If you haven't already, you might want to check out the reviews of this tent:

http://trailspace.com/gear/review/00000440
http://trailspace.com/gear/review/00000441
http://trailspace.com/gear/review/00000358
http://trailspace.com/gear/review/00004103

You can also view all the reviews on one page at:

http://trailspace.com/gear/reviews/tents/hilleberg/nallo

(this single-page view is still experemental and may not be working quite right..let me know if you experience any problems, or have any suggestions for improvement)

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