MSR's Hubba Tour tents use durable fabrics and feature an extended porch and 'flysheet first' setup, with two entrances and so much space its an ideal option for bikepacking or cycle touring.
MSR says: Hubba™ Tour 2 Two-Person Cycle Touring Tent
Specifically designed to meet the needs of cycle touring adventurers, the Hubba Tour 2 tent offers increased space for more storage and greater comfort—two things that make all the difference when you’ve been in the saddle for weeks on end.
The tent’s exoskeleton frame sets up fast, and because the tent body is attached to the rainfly, the interior stays dry during setup in foul weather. The large hooped vestibule offers a protected area for changing wet clothes or prepping and storing gear. And the vestibule’s mesh door keeps the bugs at bay so you can enjoy the view.
MSR's Hubba Tour 2 Tent has an extended porch to allow for additional storage compared to a standard tent and crucially retains the second entrance of the Hubba Hubba NX giving ultimate flexibility - you and your partner can still have your own access point and storage area.
The other key feature is the exoskeleton design which means the flysheet can be pitched on its own and the inner removed, or setup once the flysheet is pitched - this enables you to keep the inner dry when pitching and striking camp in poor weather.
The inside of the tent is quite spacious but head height is lower than some other tents in this category. The use of 20 and 30 denier fabrics makes the Hubba Tours a bit more durable than the lightest options. We particularly like the fixed groundsheet at the end of the extended porch - this is ideal for keeping your gear off the ground or keeping 'mans best friend' dry.
- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear
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