Closeouts. A roomy backcountry performer, Mountain Hardwear's Hammerhead 2 tent boasts a free-standing design and a convertible roof panel that reduces trail weight. Use the included footprint and fly to convert it to a superlight shelter.
Reviewed by Snow sportsman from New Hampshire on Thursday, December 12, 2013
This is a very flexible design due to the removable roof panel. It is somewhat heavy for it's size but very well constructed. I like the relatively good headroom for a backpacking tent. The only issue I have is that the side poles come down right in the middle of the vestibules on the sides of the tent. This makes is difficult to store a backpack in the vestibule which is very annoying. This is why I've only given three stars.
Reviewed by Chad from Colorado on Wednesday, July 10, 2013
I spent a few minutes before I ordered the tent just to watch a video on how to set this tent up. When I received it, I was able to pop it up in the back yard in 2 - 3 minutes. Adding the rain fly was another 2 minutes. I feel comfortable knowing that I could set the thing up if it was raining quickly enough to not have to worry about getting wet.
Quality on the tent is great, and I really love being able to enter the tent from the side instead of the end of the tent. That makes it easier to get in and out.