Perfect for adventurous families of four, the Habitude 4 tent features a spacious, standing-height interior. Its strong, easy-to-pitch frame handles the rigors of camping with kids, primitive camping and the unpredictable elements.
From family river trips to the kids’ first climbing adventure—passing down a love of the outdoors requires the right gear to encourage it all. Meet the Habitude 4 tent. Built strong to handle primitive camping, this spacious tent features a standing-height interior that makes it easy to change clothes and navigate piles of gear. The tent’s single giant vestibule allows it to fit in smaller remote sites, such as those along river banks, while providing tons of outside gear storage. When the rain or wind unleashes, the tent becomes a sturdy retreat for card games or reading. And on long days, the glacial-blue fly makes earlier bed times possible, ensuring the rest you need for tomorrow’s mission.
MSR's Habitude 4 Tent is built to be strong, durable and practical for family camping, sleeping up to 4 people. The simple pitching instructions mean this tent can quickly and easily go up while the durable fabrics ensure that even with regular use it will stand up to it. The pole set is colour coded for ease of use but more importantly, once set up it provides a solid shelter that can handle pretty unpleasant conditions. Obviously, at this weight and packsize it is a basecamp option best suited to camping sites with decent access but it is certainly worth the weight for what you get.
One seriously impressive aspect of this tent is the height. With a peak internal height of 185cm, it's big enough for most people to stand up straight in which is particularly useful when you're using the tent for extended periods or during poor weather. The massive vestibule is another highlight and the innovative 'porch light' is really good as it makes access on a night much easier for the whole family. This is a well thought out tent that's spacious, practical and great for family or group use.
- Reviewed by BasecampGear
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