Features of the Mountain Hardwear Hammerhead 2 Tent
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Hammerhead 2 Tent
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Like its namesake, the Hammerhead 2 tent from Mountain Hardwear has an unusual shape with a purpose. No, not to hunt prey, but to give you the most enjoyable camping experience possible. The Hammerhead 2 is a two-person tent with loads of functionality and not surprisingly one of the best selling warm weather tents on the market.
It all starts with tight, high quality construction. The Mountain Hardwear Hammerhead is made of tough nylon, with fully sealed seams and welded corners throughout. In fact, this tent tested successfully through 1200 inches of rain in 24 hours. Not a drop!
Setup? The Hammerhead 2 literally takes minutes to put together, using an easy color code system and relatively few poles. The interior has a high ceiling, two large doors for easy access and two roomy vestibules for storage. The Hammerhead even has a removable roof panel that lets you sleep right under the stars and a pole system that allows you to set up a lightweight tent using just a fly, sold separately.
Lightweight versatile and convenient, the Hammerhead 2 is a great option for either backpacking or just backyard fun.
TOP FIVE PROS
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- Lightweight (1)
- Good Design (1)
- Good Construction (1)
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TOP THREE BEST USES
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Exactly what I wanted
REVIEWED BY: S. HERVEAUX 2013-06-10
"It came time to get a new tent and I had some definite ideas on what I was looking for. The Mountain Hardwear Hammerhead 2 was the perfect choice. It is durable, easy to set up and take down, roomy enough for two people with out it being to bulky to pack for a backpacking trip to get away from it all."