User Review: Hilleberg Nammatj 2
Design: four-season tunnel-style
Ease of Setup: easy....but takes a bit of time to get the guy wire tensioners right
Weight: 5lb. 12oz.
Price Paid: $525
This is a very good lightweight four-season tent. I've used it about ten times now in a variety of conditions, and the only complaint that I have is that it's difficult to get a super-taut pitch. I have a Hilleberg Akto, too, and it has the same problem, so I suspect it is related to the lightweight material that Hilleberg uses on its fly. Otherwise the tent is well vented, has a lot of usable space, and holds up well to steady rain, snow, and wind.
The only other small complaint I have is that I find the tabs that hold the door/screen open are difficult to work one-handed, and the guy wire tensioners take some getting used to. But that's a pretty small issue in the grand scheme, and I would definitely buy another Hilleberg. The workmanship is excellent, as well.