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Hoopla 4 - Tent

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Reg: $375.00

 
 
 
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Dont worry about about the weather on those weekend backpacking trips with the Mountain Hardwear Hoopla 4 person tent.

This trussing non-freestanding tent is perfect for the minimalist backpacker, weighing only 1 lb 10 oz with 64 sq feet of floor area. The single door opens wide for easy entry and star gazing on clear warm nights.


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Mountain HardwearHoopla 4 - Tent
 
3.0

(based on 2 reviews)

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5.0

Headspace!

By Surfer

from Spokane, WA

About Me Professional/Guide

Staff Reviewer

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Lightweight
  • Sturdy

Cons

  • Difficult To Set Up

Best Uses

  • Backpacking
  • Mountaineering

Comments about Mountain Hardwear Hoopla 4 - Tent:

I love the interior space this tent affords! The hoop is brilliant and I will use this every time in places where I would have grabbed a BD Mega Mid or golite tarp. At two pounds, with a ski pole setup this thing is fantastic for snow camping. When all the tie out points are used it is shockingly stable. I love it.

  • What Is Your Gear Style:
  • Comfort Driven
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Bring a bucket

By Pack animal

from Mountains of Montana

About Me Military/Law Enforcement

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Compact
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Backyard
    • Day Trips

    Comments about Mountain Hardwear Hoopla 4 - Tent:

    It leaked horribly all around the hoop seam; shouldn't have to seal it for the price. The fabic quickly soaked through inside and out in modest rain leaving it completely soggy like wet paper. Neither of two different brands of telescoping poles could raise the height enough to lift the perimeter edges off the ground, thus puddles formed outside all around the base, including at the door. It leaked so badly through the ceiling I had to use a cup to bail water from the inside! At least the foot print didn't leak. It takes longer to stake and tie out then it does to put up a normal double wall tent. 5 extra stakes (lash points provided in acknowledgement of the need but no stakes to accompany) are needed to keep the wind from blowing through at the base. With the footprint and extra stakes the weight savings is marginal but the performance was unacceptable at any weight.

    • What Is Your Gear Style:
    • Comfort Driven
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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