Through Hail And Back
I’ve tried several tents, and fell in love with the Hubba Hubba. The first time I ever went backpacking, I put this bad boy to the test. It was the end of July when I took this up to Pine Creek Lake in Montana and encountered a heavy hail storm. As I sat in the tent and listened to the hail, my only thought was, “I sure as HAIL hope this tent holds up!” And it did! Even with penny-sized hail and mild to moderate wind, I felt safe inside this tent. This tent is also extremely lightweight, making an easy addition to my backpacking gear. As I noted with my hail story, it’s very durable, which is awesome seeing as it is so lightweight. My boyfriend and I both fit comfortably in this roomy tent. The tall, vertical walls allow us both to sit up inside, which also makes changing clothes easier than with past tents I’ve used. The rain fly over the tent fits snug on top, but also leaves an overhanging area that’s covered, but not fully inside the tent. This makes for a perfect space to leave dirty hiking boots and packs to make the inside of the tent cleaner and even roomier. I highly recommend this well-built and lightweight tent for backpacking and general camping.