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MSR Hubba NX Tent 1-Person 3-Season

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    Small in stature, light in weight, but big on the inside.

    The MSR Hubba NX 1-Person 3-Season Tent makes it easy to escape the daily grind without having to coordinate schedules or sacrifice valuable time on the trail to the whims of others. A The weight, a mere 2lb 7oz when you've got it all, keeps this tent super-light in your pack. Multiple mesh windows and an innovative fly design give this tent better cross-ventilation than your permanent residence. Unique use of materials helps minimize the weight since you're not sharing the load with a backpacking pal.
    The bathtub floor uses strong but light 30D ripstop nylon to stand guard against intrusive rocks or tricky twigs. The combination of DWR and 3000mm Durashield polyurethane coating resists entreaties by incoming water so you and your sleeping bag stay dry from the bottom up. A clever blend of mesh and ripstop nylon lets fresh air flow through the body of the tent while giving you the privacy for a full-body tick check. The nylon ripstop rainfly is bathed in a 1200mm Durashield polyurethane and silicone coating to save you from a night of steady showers.
    New to the Hubba NX this year is a vestibule with a side-zip opening. By moving the zipper from the center of the vestibule to the side, you now have a protected entrance to your on-the-go home. A rain gutter channels water away from the zipper and the entrance to prevent drips from turning into sleeping-pad-soaking puddles. You can roll up the bottom edge of the vestibule, guy it out, and enjoy an evening breeze free of bugs or rain—all while still being able to get in and out of the tent without requiring acrobatic maneuvering. Be it a lone foray into the high country for a weekend free of horns and sirens or a group hike with your trail maintenance club, enjoy sweet dreams in this lightweight, single-sleeper tent.

    • Ripstop nylon and nylon micromesh body
    • Ripstop nylon rainfly, Durashield PU and silicone coating, taped seams
    • Bathtub-style floor, Durashield PU coating
    • 1 DAC Featherlite NFL pole
    • 2 MSR MiniGroundhog stakes
    • 1 guy cords, 1 aluminum cord adjusters
    • 1 doors
    • 1 vestibules
    • 2lb 7oz trail weight, 2lb 14oz maximum weight
    • 1lb 15oz Fast & Light mode (rainfly and MSR footprint only)
    • MSR footprint sold separately
    • Item #CAS000K

    Tech Specs

    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping
    Packed Weight
    2 lbs 14 oz
    Trail Weight
    2 lbs 7 oz
    Fast-pitch Weight
    1 lb 15 oz
    Fast-pitch Option
    yes, MSR Footprint, not included
    Packed Size
    18 x 6 in
    Floor Space
    18 sq ft
    Interior Height
    36 in
    Vestibule Space
    9 sq ft
    Number of Vestibules
    Number of Doors
    DAC Featherlite NFL aluminum
    [floor] 30D ripstop nylon, 3000mm Durashield polyurethane coating, DWR, [body] 20D ripstop nylon, 15D nylon micromesh, [fly] 20D ripstop nylon, 1200mm Durashield polyurethane and silicone coating

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    First Solo Tent

      This is my first Solo Tent and I personally inspected all details including fabric, webbing tapes, sewing, zippers, zipper slider, zipper pulley, velcro, buckles, DAC pole, etc. and I totally satisfied with quality. Thank you for good performance of MSR and Taiwanese manufacturer. To Backcountry, too :)

      Love This Series of Tents!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      The MSR Hubba Hubba NX 2 Person tent looks like a winner! This MSR Hubba Hubba NX 2 Person tent boasts being lightweight, packs small, made of modern materials and is easy to setup/pitch. Some of the top things this MSR Hubba Hubba NX 2 Person tent shows me is it is pretty roomy with 39" of headroom and 25" of width per person for sleeping pads. Ventilation in this MSR Hubba Hubba NX 2 Person tent is awesome. I reviewed the MSR Holler 2p tent in the past and it was lacking ventilation and had condensation issues. This MSR Hubba Hubba NX 2 Person tent has great ventilation and mesh in key places to maximize ventilation. Use it for backpacking,camping, shtf, prepping if your a prepper, glamping or anything else. I am excited to get out and use this tent in 2017, look for a long term review summer 2017!

      Meditation Chamber

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The Hubba has served me well during many solo backpacking adventures and anytime I have needed a sleeping place just for me. I am 6'1" and the inside space is just large enough to accommodate my Big Agnes Q-Core SL for a sound night's sleep. The single gear vestibule afforded by the rainfly provides ample space for a backpacking pack, boots and a few other items. If you spend enough time outdoors it is bound to rain and the Hubba will keep you dry through a significant downpour. Believe me I know from experience. The picture below is from a music festival in the mountains where it rained for 3 days straight and my gear never got wet. I would highly recommend this tent, especially for solo backpacking or bike touring.

      Feel free to shoot me any questions on the Hubba NX Tent or any other backpacking gear.

      Meditation Chamber

      Watch out for the rain

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I took this tent for an overseas trip this past summer. It rained a couple of nights and I woke up wet. I cant blame the leaks on condensation because I had a good cross ventilation going. I will say this, on nights when it did not rain this tent rocked. Tons of room and it was comfy inside.

      The best I have had

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I brought this tent out with me for the first time two nights ago and I just came back from my trip. I live in Miami and my camping is usually around here. The temperature got to about 48 F and there were mild rains; the tent performed amazingly well. The vestibule is big enough to leave your shoes and gear outside of the main compartment so as to maximize space and reduce stench. There is more than enough room to move around. I woke up to find walls that were completely dry. There was no condensation regardless of the cold outside temp. The rain fly kept my bag and my shoes dry as well. The tent stayed warm and, most importantly, (again) dry! I highly recommend it.

      The tent is SUPER light and super compressible. I recommend that you also buy a footprint or a tarp to keep the bottom dry and pretty (lol) it is a very good investment.

      I keep having very good experiences with this brand. MSR is poving to be a brillaint company.

      By far the best tent I've used

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I spent 47 days solo backpacking Southcentral and Central Alaska. I was hailed on, rained on, and slept on rock beds all the time. This tent is incredible. Though its a little tall, you're not compromising on wind resistance. This tent looks like it'll blow right over, but it held up through everything I put it through. I love this thing. Lightweight and perfect for everything from northern trips to climbing weekends in the desert. It's my little home.

      By far the best tent I've used

      Best Solo Tent Available...

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've used this tent on many backpacking trips including 7-day, 80 miler in the backcountry in Escalante National Park, 7-days, 70 miler in the Weminuche Wilderness Area, and most recently on a 7-day, 65 miler backpacking trip in Canyonlands Maze District. These kinds of conditions really test the durability, weatherproofness, and wind resistance of an ultralight tent.

      My experience has been terrific with the Hubba NX Tent! I can't say enough about the livability, durability, and lightweight/packability! I believe this tent incorporates all three of these categories better than any tent I've researched and used. The current state of the market shows that many tents are singularly faceted, meaning they sacrifice everything for lightweight. In other words their coatings aren't as robust, the materials (especially the floor) has been reduced to tissue paper, and livability isn't even taken into consideration. Some of the ultra lightweight tents also compromise on breathability due to their single wall configuration. It's obvious to me the Hubba NX was designed with all three categories mutually considered. I can't think of a better tent for the money!

      Best Solo Tent Available...

      I have used this tent in the uintas in May with rain. The tent is so tight, that by morning my Sierra Designs backcountry bed was wet from the condensation from the tent walls. I also used the MSR vestibule, which sagged in the middle, and had so much condensation, my head was wet while crawling around in there (and the roof of the vestibule did not seem to have a way to stop the sagging).

      Do you have any recommendations, something I may have missed? The reviews on this tent have not mentioned having condensation issues against the tent itself.


      Best Answer

      First let's begin by understanding what condensation is, then you will fully understand how to reduce it. Condensation is the change of water from its gaseous form (water vapor) into liquid water. Condensation occurs when warm air rises, cools and looses its capacity to hold water vapor. As a result, excess water vapor condenses to form droplets. If your tent is buttoned up tight the warm moist air from your body builds up and forms back into droplets on the side of your tent from the convection caused by cool air hitting the outside of your tent. Make sure you create as much ventilation as possible so that the warm moist air can escape, especially during cold weather. If possible leave the vestibule open to allow maximum air flow. No matter what tent/bivy you use, this rule always applies.