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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-17-2018, 05:20 PM Thread Starter
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Default Tent: Hilleberg Nallo 3 GT vs. Fjällräven Keb Endurance 3

I need to invest in a new tent.

Requirements :

- 2 people with enough space for cooking, packs and (hopefully in the near future) a dog
- Main purpose is hiking
- Should last for many years
- Reserves in case of snow or very heavy rain

After many hours of comparing many different brands and styles I found these two:

Hilleberg Nallo 3 GT
Fjällräven Keb Endurance 3


Another option is the Hilleberg Nammatj 3 GT

What do you think?

Specs are:Hilleberg Nallo 3 GT
30 D Ripstop Nylon; DWR
220*160*110
415 overall
DAC Featherlite NSL Alu
3,17 kg
50*18 pack
5000/15000 water column



Fjällräven
Keb Endurance 3
40D TripleRib Sil/Sil, 100 % Polyamid mit Silikon-Beschichtung
225*160*105
430 overall
DAC Pressfit, 3 x 10,2 mm
3,42 kg
44*19 pack
3000/10000 water column


Hilleberg Nammatj 3 GT
40 D Ripstop Nylon; DWR-Imprägnierung
220*160*105
415 overall
DAC Featherlite NSL Alu
4,06 kg
50*20 pack
5500*20000 water column
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-17-2018, 06:52 PM
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Have you considered pyramid style tents? If you're willing to spend the money, the Ultramid 4 with half mesh insert comes to around 1.2kg (using trekking poles as tent pole), has more floor space, more headroom, and is a double walled tent. I haven't looked at other 'mids yet, guessing though that silnylon will get a bit heavier but also cheaper than the dyneema tents.
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I used the Nammtj 3 this past weekend. We had stormy snow conditions.

The massive vestibule allowed three of us to hang out well sheltered, cook food, and be cosey in the midst of a pretty awful evening. The condensation was more then I expected, though we built our snow wall to high, and that may have reduced the air flow. Still none of it got into the main body itself, and it was still better than my Assault 2 which isn't even waterproof.

I've been pining over them for years, but now I'm convinced. Best true 4 Season tent on the market.
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 06-28-2018, 07:59 PM
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I used the Nammtj 3 this past weekend. We had stormy snow conditions.

The massive vestibule allowed three of us to hang out well sheltered, cook food, and be cosey in the midst of a pretty awful evening. The condensation was more then I expected, though we built our snow wall to high, and that may have reduced the air flow. Still none of it got into the main body itself, and it was still better than my Assault 2 which isn't even waterproof.

I've been pining over them for years, but now I'm convinced. Best true 4 Season tent on the market.



I think your tent was too close to the wall and you didn't peg out the tent well.
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