Hylo 3 Tent: 3-Person 3-Season by Mountain Hardwear
Optimizing space and functionality without the excess weight, the Mountain Hardwear Hylo 3 Tent is a three-season, three-person tent for backpacking trips where comfort is just as important as lightweight carrying. Its hybrid design shaves weight where necessary with single-wall construction, yet it offers improved ventilation over traditional single-wall tents with the addition of a mesh canopy. The fly stakes into the ground to create a roomy vestibule for storing extra gear, such as packs and footwear. Guaranteed watertight construction keeps you nice and dry through passing showers and heavy rainstorms, as backed by the fully taped flay and taped perimeter seams. Other key features include welded corners and welded guy clip anchors for extra weather protection and durability, as well as mesh storage pockets for handily stashing small camping accessories.
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