Built to act as a true team base camp in some of the most extreme conditions on the planet, the MSR H. U. B. offers space for over eight people, all of your gear, and the construction necessary to support arctic expeditions and first ascents. Proven and trusted by professional mountaineers in the Himalayas, Antarctica, and other far-reaching, extreme environments, this tent's bombproof construction holds up against whipping mountain winds and storms that last for weeks. The ceiling reaches over six feet, six inches to make for a spacious cabin to stretch, get dressed, roll out gear, and plan the next move in. Then, two large entrances featuring second mesh doors, closable windows, and awnings give you all the options of home to meet the ever-changing weather, while clear side windows provide you and the team with a view to the outside world without having to leave the comfort within. Large built-in pockets store loads of bulky gear for a bit of organization, and reflective guy points aid you in setting up when visibility isn't ideal. Disclaimer: Intended for use by professional alpinists. Does not include stakes, guy lines or setup instructions.
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