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I've been using the T2 for years. Love it.
SoCalinIt
From Saugus, CA
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May 15, 2013
A Very Not Snowy Christmas...
Anyone got any opinions of the Mountain Hardwear Hammerhead 3 for car camping/festies? I've got an old smelly Sierra Designs CD that I love and is still going strong mostly (smells included). Looking for something a little more breathable and a little bigger.

Looked at Nemo - Don't like high cuts on the flys. Marmots look good but nothing is jumping out at me. BD - too expensive for me I get good deals elsewhere. MSR - I've not exp. Sierra I love but don't like their new designs. REIs look like knock off of Mnt Hardware stuff.
Morgan Patterson
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I've been using Big Agnes' Jackrabbit SL3 for the last 3 years. Big Agnes is out of Steamboat Springs, CO. The tent has held up nicely. I have used it during each season. I mostly camp with my sweety so I went with the SL3 for a little extra room. It ventilates very well and there is adequate space even when the dog comes along. It's plenty light for backpacking. Scored a nice deal on mine and recommend it to everyone. Ian Donnelly
From Santa Fe, NM
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May 17, 2013
On Cube Point, Tetons
cellige wrote:
If you dont mind the extra cash the quarter dome t2 is the better tent over the half dome.


Agreed. Abundant space for two, good vestibules, entry on each side.
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