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Nammatj 3 GT

rated 5 of 5 stars This is the bad weather, big guy, kitchen sink guy, sky falling, Taj Mahal of tents. I wanted this tent since getting into backpacking about 10 years ago. Finally got it couple of years ago and wow. Used it 3 times. Super easy setup and the vestibule is beyond your best hopes. Two times it rained hard on these trips (both on Art Loeb Trail, N.C.), great place to hole up and lay around. I have three other tents — REI Half Dome 2 Plus, Kelty Gunnison 2, and a Kelty 4 A-frame — and it beat them… Full review


rated 4.5 of 5 stars Your grandchildren will be using this tent, it is that well made. NEVER a leak, even in torrential monsoon that forced others to abandon their Eureka and N. Face into the Staika. Built tough and it is a bit heavy because. Expensive for a reason, not China-built disposable like SO MANY others out there. Zippers abound and each has a purpose. Easy setup, even for one person. Built-in ground cloth is handy, but I use a larger one, in addition, to help preserve the factory one. Each tent is "signed"… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars I have added a Winter update to my Staika experiences through February in the detailed review. I continue to be impressed with my new Hilleberg Staika. The durability of the materials, fully free standing design, 36 square foot floor space, water pressure rating, zipper size, dual door and roof venting features, and the pitching feature of inner and outer tent together were the deciding factors. Any "four season tent- summer use ventilation hot tent concerns," the "leaking corner floor seam scare"… Full review


rated 3.5 of 5 stars A good solo tent, but it has been surpassed by the Tarptent Moment DW for several reasons. Having used an Akto I can say that at the time I was very happy with it. And its pioneering design paved the way for similar Tarptent designs. But it is now a slightly dated design. Having owned a Moment single wall I can say I like it much better for three-season use, especially with its crossing pole and the mod to the X-ing pole I made so it ran INSIDE the canopy. Now Tarptent has the Moment DW (double… Full review


rated 4.5 of 5 stars I bought this tent last year for winter use. I've used it in the Adirondacks in down to -20°F (-29°C) nights. I will try not to mention too many of the things mentioned in the other reviews.  I bought the tent exclusively for winter use in the Northeast. So far four hikes this year. I haven't used it in storm conditions yet, but I've tried to wake up in 1 foot of very heavy new snow. The temperature was just around freezing and the snow was extra heavy because of the melting water. The tent stood… Full review

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Outdoor Retailer: Four-Season Backpacking Tents
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