Information about Mountain Hardwear Hammerhead 3 Tent - 3-Person, 3-Season
Closeouts. A rugged backcountry performer, the Mountain Hardwear Hammerhead 3 tent pummels the elements thanks a fully taped and welded watertight construction and helps boost sleeping comfort with a large mesh area that provides maximum ventilation.
Watertight construction with fully taped fly, taped perimeter seam, welded corners and welded guy clip anchors
Free-standing easy set-up with clips (not pole sleeves)
Rain room tested with 1200" of rain in 24 hours.
Pitch Light configuration allows user to set up a superlight shelter using only the tent fly, poles and footprint (sold separately)
Large mesh area for maximum ventilation when needed; can be covered with zip roll-back sky panel for warmth and privacy
Two adjustable vents in fly sheet for air circulation
High ceiling for extra head room
Two large canopy doors with dual slider zippers for easy entry
Two vestibules for storage
Reflective starter point, guy-out loops and zipper pulls for easy set-up at night
Superlight ¼" buckles and webbing reduce tent weight
Color-coded pole loops for easy set-up
Floor: 91x84-½", 46 sq.ft.
Vestibule: 9.7sq.ft. each side, total 19.4 sq.ft.
Stuff size: 20x7"
Weight: 9 lb. 3 oz. pack weight, minimum weight 8 lb. 3 oz.
Reviewed by Kreg from Boone, NC on Friday, April 22, 2011
The last time I used this tent we got 4" of rain overnight with wind gusts to 40mph. Not a drop of moisture inside. NOT ONE. I am used to the big box store tents so this is a giant leap in tent quality for me. STP had a great dealflyer going and I am glad I went for it. WEIGHT- Relative to the ...
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Reviewed by QuanTim Turner from Marietta Ohio on Tuesday, March 13, 2012
As with most reviews I've read about this tent, the weight is the only really "con," but even at that it's still a very minimal "con." I knew buying it that it would be a little bit bulky, and we were okay with that. You won't find an easier tent to set up. It's easy in the dark, with little to no help. The room is perfect for 2 adults around 6' tall. I think a third might be a little cramped, unless the three people were pretty slim. For the price, especially, I don't think there's a better tent out there, for my money.
Best Uses: Car Camping
Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer
Pros: Comfortable, Easy To Set Up, Fly Works Well, Sturdy, Waterproof, Windproof
Reviewed by Boltman from West Virginia on Friday, March 2, 2012
Love the tent. It's so easy to set up my 9 year old did 1/2 the work. The left & right side access doors are great. The little details were designed very well. Plenty of head room. Great for my 2 sons and I.
Best Uses: Backpacking
Cons: Storage bag too big
Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
Pros: Comfortable, Easy To Set Up, Lightweight, Sturdy, Waterproof
Reviewed by hgernhardtjr from Parkersburg, WV on Monday, February 20, 2012
Since it is the middle of winter, we have not used the tent outside (it set up quickly inside, though, and is of quality lightweight build) so cannot speak as to its ability to withstand winds or rain out in the elements. However, based on our personal knowledge and experience with similar tents over the past 50 years, this one should do very nicely. Nonetheless, I will seal the floor seams as I have done with all my tents before first use, and will use the matching footprint and rectangular gear loft with it. Bottom line: I like this tent, it was very easy to set up, and should do well for the three of us this summer.
If you are backpacking, use at least the factory "footprint" with it. I ALWAYS use some kind of tarp or footprint under my tents to prevent premature wearout or puncture of the floor. This is a lightweight tent and as with all light tents, the floor is very thin.
Answered on 2/20/2012 12:00:00 AM by hgernhardtjr from Parkersburg, WV
A tarp is not needed , but if you would like one here are the floor dimensions,|91x84-Â½", 46 sq.ft. Have a great day.
Answered on 2/20/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
I would definitely advise getting the footprint. The manufacturer's site is http://www.mountainhardwear.com/Hammerhead%E2%84%A2-3-Footprint-PL/OU3104,default,pd.html - but I'm sure you can find it for a better price at a site like Sierra Trading Post, or similar. If not, a tarp would work if money is an issue. Hope this helps!
Answered on 3/13/2012 12:00:00 AM by QuanTim Turner from Marietta Ohio
The Atlas 7001 poles are heat-treated aluminum alloy with a yield strength of 83,000 psi. Anodized for corrosion and dent resistance. All Atlas 7001 poles come with patented delrin Shok tips for durability and field service by hand.
Answered on 1/18/2012 12:00:00 AM by STPGearPro-Ryan from Sierra Trading Post