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Mountain Hardwear updated its popular Hammerhead 3 Tent to include a fully removable zip-out panel that lets you shed four ounces from the tent's overall trail weight. Yet it features 45 square feet of floor space, making it über-roomy for three people. Like everything else it makes, Mountain Hardwear packed this tent full of tech and features that will keep you comfortable and secure in the outdoors.

  • Super-lightweight DAC NSL aluminum poles
  • Fully taped fly, taped perimeter seam, welded corners, and welded guy-clip anchors for guaranteed watertight construction
  • Evolution Tension Arch for stability with fewer poles
  • Dry vestibule entry so you don't track snow and mud into the tent
  • Pitch light configuration allows you to set up a shelter with just the footprint, poles, and fly for weight reduction
  • Removable roof panel reduces weight by 4 ounces

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Good tent

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

This tent has remained standing during numerous Southwest Rain down pours now- still dry inside
little heavy to pack, but splitting up the top and poles between packs works well


great views for the weight...

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Like other reviewers have said its not the smallest/lightest tent out there but it works great for shorter backing trips or car camping. I love the huge screen for star gazing at night. Fits 2 people and stuff with room to spare but I haven't tried it out with 3 people.


More for car camping than hiking.

    It is big and it isn't light.

    It is a very nice tent for having plenty of room inside. It also has many good features. It just isn't the tent you want to have hauling around on your back.



      This is a great tent , not only is it made well but the design is perfect because you don't have to put the fly on to enclose the tent and it is very breathable .You can open the top to look at the stars and it has two doors so you can get out on ether side and the height is 55 inches so you have room to move around.


      Awesome and spacious!!

        This tent is perfect. Theres a lot of room! you could fit 3 people comfortabley. Also there is ample ventalation so that you dont get wet from condisation. The vestibuals are big enough to put your ruck sack and shoes in. Two entrances make it nice so your not crawling over anyone to get out. Light, durable and waterproof, money well spent on this item cant go wrong!

        Moab in Early April

        Moab in Early April

        Lower Onion Creek across from Fisher Tower

        This is from the trip and Hammerhead 3 maiden voyage. Easy to step up even in the case you arrive at your destination later than expected. Love this tent glad we bought 2 we are a family of 4 and kids need more space and parents enjoy alone too:)


        Great Tent

          I was out in the Great Divide Basin of Wyoming for an entire month doing field work with this tent and could not say anything bad about it. Having gone through nights of gusts over 60mph and sustained winds at 50mph this tent held up great. I watched REI tents, and Springbar tents all go down but this one was a champ. Highly Recommended

          I am also 6'4'' and weigh 250lbs and fit in this tent perfectly, although I cannot imagine the hammerhead 2 being big enough for me.



          We took this tent on a 12 day trip from Chicago, IL to Jackson Hole, WY. It rocks!

          Can rain blow in if screens are open. what...

          Can rain blow in if screens are open. what is the actual length.

          I was wondering what size stuff sack I...

          I was wondering what size stuff sack I should get for just the tent to go in and another for the rain fly. I will be sharing the load of this tent during the hike, and wanted to load them in smaller sacks than the huge one that comes with it.

          if you are sharing the tent while you pack it I would suggest a small compression sack. The poles can be packed separatly