MSR Gear Shed

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Specs

Capacity Gear
Weight 1 pound 12 ounces (0.78 kg)
Floor area 26.5 square feet (2.5 sq. m)
Interior peak height 35 inche (89 cm)

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Manufacturer's Description

MSR's Gear Shed is a versatile new accessory that adds increased livability to any existing Hubba or Hubba Hubba tent, transforming a lightweight backpacking tent into a park and play or basecamp tent.

The add-on hoop-style vestibule adds 26 square feet (2.5 sq. m) of space and features a partial floor to provide a clean place to store gear.

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The MSR NX Gear Shed doubles the storage space of any Hubba or Hubba Hubba tent with an additional 26 sq ft / 2.5 sq. m of covered storage, giving you the versatility to make one tent do it all.

- CampSaver.com

The MSR Gear Shed Vestibule adds increased livability to your MSR Hubba or Hubba Hubba Tent (sold separately).

- REI

The MSR Gear Shed upgrades any Hubba or Hubba Hubba tent with an additional 26 square feet of covered storage, giving you the versatility to make one tent do it all. Standing 35 inches tall this cavernous attachment provides a place for muddy boots, wet packs and extra gear or allows your loyal K-9 to have a place of her own Extra-large door and integrated design allows convenient, covered access to your gear A partial floor keeps your gear off the ground

- OMCgear

Have an MSR Hubba or Hubba Hubba tent stashed in your backpacking bag' Add an extra 26 square feet of covered vestibule storage just outside the front door with the MSR Gear Shed. With the Shed's simple tent attachment, additional weatherproof coverage is just minutes away. Complete with a partial, integrated floor and hooped roof that stands 35 inches tall, this spacious attachment gives you lots of storage for packs, boots, or man's best friend.

- Backcountry.com