MSR Hubba NX Footprint

Retailers' Descriptions

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Take the Hubba NX Footprint with you when you need extra protection from water and everyday abuse for your Hubba NX tent floor. Treated with PU and DWR, the tough 68D polyester construction beads away water and resists common wear and tear. Fasten the Hubba NX to your tent's attachment loops by elastic cord for a secure fit. If you prefer minimalist camping and enjoy a cool summer breeze, this footprint can also be set up with just the tent's rain fly overhead.

- Backcountry.com

Use this lightweight polyester taffeta footprint under the MSR Hubba NX tent to protect its floor from abrasion and wear.

- REI

Made of water-resistant polyester-taffeta, MSR footprints protect your tent floor from sharp objects, such as rocks and pine needles, as well as from mud and ground water. They also increase the versatility of most MSR tents by acting as a ground cloth in lightweight tarp-style setups.

- CampSaver.com

The MSR Hubba NX Footprint is custom-fit protection for your tent floor, providing increased protection from water and wear-and-tear. Footprint can be set up with tent rainfly only in Fast & Light(R) pitch configuration for minimalist trips.-- Densely woven 68-denier polyester taffeta is durable, yet lightweight-- Durable Water Repellency (DWR) and a polyurethane coating provide the same water-proofing you'd expect from your rain jacket-- We always bring the ground cloth, as it's useful for more than just sleeping on; this handy footprint can be used for dry seating, a tarp, or makeshift awning during torrential showers-- Compatible with the 2014 Hubba NX Tent-- Stuff sack included-- Please note this footprint is not compatible with the Hubba and Hubba HP models

- OMCgear

New for 2014 Customfit protection for your tent floor providing increased protection from water and wearandtear Footprint can be set up with tent rainfly only Fast Light pitch for minimalist trips This Footprint fits the Hubba NX tent only Hubba and Hubba HP tents use a different Footprint

- Bentgate.com