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Mountain Hardwear
Bridger Tent: 4-Person 3-Season

3.5 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
Current price: $584.99 Original price: $779.99
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Why We Like The Mountain Hardwear Bridger Tent

We like the Bridger Tent because it brings Mountain Hardwear's alpine technology down to the campground. Utilizing the brand's mountaineering expertise, the tent is highly durable and waterproof with PU-coated polyester ripstop for protection, and it features a full mesh canopy for optimal ventilation and unobstructed views of stars when there's little chance of rain. The vestibule and tent floor combine for one of the largest covered living spaces in its class with a tall interior height of 5 foot 6 inches and two large canopy and mesh doors that open saloon-style to provide easy entry and exits from the tent. We especially like that massive front vestibule— which is big enough to host front porch-style hangouts—and opens into an inviting space, which even has a built-in "door mat" to preserve our tent and keep things cleaner. There's plenty of extras all around—more than we normally find packed into a campground-style tent.


  • The ultimate campsite tent made with mountaineering technology
  • Polyester ripstop provides abrasion resistance for durability
  • PU-coated and seam-sealed rain fly for waterproof protection
  • Bathtub-style floor + integrated tarp for doormat upon entry
  • 8 pockets and a removable gear loft provide ample storage
  • Removable fabric gear lockers on vestibules
  • Free of chemical fire retardants (may not adhere to CPA1084)
  • Includes footprint and storage duffel
  • Item #MHWZ9UT
[face fabric] 75D polyester, PU coating, [fly, floor] 68D polyester ripstop, PU coating
Wall Type
Number of Doors
Number of Vestibules
Vestibule Space
69sq ft
full mesh upper canopy, vented vestibules
fully sealed
Gear Loft
Interior Height
Floor Space
62.5sq ft
Packed Size
13 x 26in
Trail Weight
14lb 13oz
Packed Weight
18lb 9oz
weekend camping
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 4 ratings

Review Summary

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4 out of 5 stars

November 3, 2023

Large tent, full of features

Overall this is a great tent. Packed with a lot more thoughtful features than other tents of this size. Very tall and roomy. Weather worthy. Dual vestibules make it super functional. Only drawback is it is quite large. Probably about the size of a mid to large SUV


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5 out of 5 stars

July 23, 2023

Perfect Fit for National Park Family Adventures

The Bridger 4 tent was perfect on our 2 week family cross country camping trip. We encountered a wide variety of environmental and weather conditions during our travels which really allowed this tent to show its capabilities. Set up and take down was simple and easy enough our 8 and 11yr old children took over the duty. Locations included Badlands, Glacier, Tetons and Rockies. The Bridger 4 tent always excelled.

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Matt Foxtrot Travel

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2 out of 5 stars

July 17, 2023

Poor Execution

I purchased this tent but had to return it for the following reasons. -The clip on the top, which in traditional MHW designs held all crossing poles, is not large enough to fit all three poles. -The tension needed to secure the poles in the corner rings was ridiculously high, felt like I was going to tear the tent fabric trying to get it in. - The large front vestibule was slack, which in the rain would allow for pooling and leaking. -The vestibule could not be collapsed back to decrease the footprint of the tent with the rain fly on. Overall this tent is a nice concept but the manufacturing measurements seem to be off by a bit leading to difficulty with set up, decreased functionality, and decreased versatility.


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3 out of 5 stars

June 13, 2023

For a base camp

Nice height, strong poles, spacious inside with a huge vestibule. Zip up case is the best I've ever seen for a tent. But....tough to set up for one person and pretty heavy at 17 #. Would be great for a car camping setup for multiple days/a week in one spot. If you have to move every day look for something lighter.

Mr Bigfoot

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