Hilleberg Nammatj 3 GT Tent - One Size
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The Hilleberg Nammatj 3 GT is an versatile 3-person tunnel tent for year round use where low weight is of equalimportance to strength, reliability, and roominess.
The Nammatj GT is an exceptional choice for all season use and extended camping trips in extreme conditions, yet it's also light enough for long trips in more moderate climes.
Made with the outstanding Kerlon 1800 outer tent fabric and employing 10 mm poles, the Nammatj is equal in strength and stability to the Keron models, but because of it's single entrance and vestibule, it is impressively light in weight.
- Colour: Green
- Hilleberg's strongest outer tent fabric - Kerlon 1800
- Single entrance and vestibule
- Excellent for limited-space sites such as narrow ridge lines or ledges
- Geared more for mobile adventures, where you pitch your tent every day, but can be used quite effectively for base camp-oriented trips, as well
- Weight: 4.00 kg / 8 lbs 13.1 oz
- Net Weight: 3.30 kg / 7 lbs 4.4 oz
- Persons: 3
- Vestibules: 1
- Inner tent Entrances: 1
- Tent Type: Tunnel
- Poles: 3
- Extended Vestibule: Yes
- Seasons: 4
- Material Kerlon: 1800
- Height inner: 105 cm
- Area inner: 3.4 m
- Area vestibule: 2.8 m
- Linked inner/outer tents: Yes
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My main use is as a base camping tent for winter mountaineering trips with a dog. Which I think it will excel at from the couple trips I've already taken it out on. The dog likes the large vestibule and can confortably share with our gear.
As with all Hilleberg products, the build quality is excellent. This tent lives up to the reviews.
I am on the taller side (6'2") and my feet hjiu-jitsu the tent wall when in a bag. This is standard for me, but worth mentioning.
This tent gets quite warm in the summer. However, Hilleberg makes a mesh inner which makes it a true 4 season tent. Otherwise it can become unbearable.
#1: The Nammatj is a $979 tent advertised as having a 3 person capacity. It will not comfortably fit 3 adults. In our case it did not comfortably fit 2 adults. I'm 5'11" and my wife is 5'6" and both of us slept through 6 nights with our feet and toes pressed up against the end of the tent. It didnt matter how much we adjusted ourselves the end result was neither of us had any room for our feet. The problem is in the tent design. The area where you're supposed to put your feet slopes inward as it goes up toward the ceiling of the tent. This means for every 1 inch upward the tent seems to creep inward just as much if not more. With our sleeping pads measuring at 1" and our backpacking cots putting us up another 1 1/2" we were left with significantly less leg room than we thought we'd have. We were a couple inches off the ground thus the tent had become significantly shorter. Since our sleeping pads and cots are pretty much essential for both of us we realized this is not a good tent design, at least not for our needs.
#2: The vestibule door. I spent several hours during our 7 day trip trying different adjustments to get the vestibule door straightened out. It was never perfect. I wouldn't care about the large wrinkle this caused had it not made opening and closing the vestibule door impossible to do without two hands, in some cases we had to help the kids in and out when they used the vestibule as a changing room. The vestibule itself is awesome. If I ever get another Hilleberg it will have to have one. But I would hope ours was the exception and not the rule. Getting in and out of your tent shouldn't require so much work.
#3: Setup. I thought I wouldn't mind setting this kind of tent up. But with the door issues and the interior tent feeling too small I found myself adjusting the heck out of this thing at least 3 times a day and I never felt like I'd gotten it right. The thing didnt seem to line up quite right with the footprint in some key areas and had to be staked separately. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, I found myself going to the instructions all the time. Either way I need a lower maintenance tent. It's possible our tent just had a door that was off by enough to make the whole setup process a pain as it never opened or closed without issue as mentioned in #2.
In conclusion I couldn't recommend this tent unless you're just one or two people and the door issue was a fluke, if you don't use backpacking pads or have the tiny cots we use maybe you'll have more room for your feet. Miraculous materials and the company certainly seems to make incredible products. This one just wasnt for us.