Take to the trail with a friend or two in the backpacking-friendly MSR Mutha Hubba NX 3-Person 3-Season Tent. This beautifully breezy portable palace offers ample room for you and two friends, features a newly redesigned floor plan that gives you and your mates plenty of room to stretch out, catch some shuteye, and get ready for another long day of adventuring ahead. The bathtub-style ripstop nylon floor of the Mutha Hubba rises up along the sides of the walls to save your sweet dreams from fat raindrops and splattering mud. A weather-resistant Xtreme coating stops rivulets of rain from streaming into the tent, and the inner canopy combines mesh panels with lightweight nylon for cross-tent ventilation. The Mutha Hubba NX takes an innovative approach to the rainfly-vestibule interaction, too. Instead of a center zip, you get into the vestibule (and tent) via a side zip on the fly. The zipper is tucked beneath a rain gutter so you can come and go as you please without exposing your tentmates to a deluge, and two vestibule-covered doors mean easy access to an after-dark bathroom break. Both vestibules allow you to roll up the edges of the fly and guy them out to let an fresh wind sneak inside, and vents at both ends of the tent, plus the side doors, mean you can get air from every directions.
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MSR Mutha Hubba NX Tent: 3-Person 3-Season
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