Hilleberg - Nallo 4
But the Nallo is no mere basic tent. Its innovative outer tent entrance has a single, continuous zipper, which allows you to create a side entrance on either side or a front entrance. The inner tent entrance is backed with no-see-um mesh, and a snow-proof vent is integrated into the outer entrance panel. Hilleberg improved venting options with an easy to use and extremely functional vent on the rear of the outer tent. Now you can roll up the outer at the foot end, which, along with a fabric-backed mesh vent on the back wall, affords more air flow and better condensation control.
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Technical specifications & features
|Weight||Packed weight: 3.0 kg / 6 lbs 12 oz|
|Tent Sleeps||4 - 6 Person|
|Minimum Weight||2.7 kg / 5 lbs 15 oz|
|Area||46.3 sq. ft.|
|Tent Type||Double Wall|
|Vestibule Size||19.4 sq. ft.|
|Width||83 in. (Shoulder)|
|Tent Pole Type||2 Aluminum pole|
|Material||Kerlon 1200 fabric|
|Other Features||Kerlon 1200 fabric
Inner tent fabric in water repellent and venting nylon
Light weight ground sheet with PU coating and high bathtub style sides
One roomy vestibule
Linked inner and outer tent pitch simultaneously and can be easily taken apart for separate use
Vertical inner tent entrance
Clothes line and two inner pockets
Integrated snowproof vent in entrance panel
Inner tent entrance backed with mesh
Ground peg rings at the foot end of the inner allows separate pegging to increase air flow between inner and outer tent
Vent in the back of the inner with mesh
Foot end of outer tent can be elevated and or gathered up for improved ventilation
Pole sleeves with only one opening, adjustable pole tensioners, and room for double poling
Adjustable peg loops
Strong double guy line attachments and double line runners on all pole sleeves on both sides
Please note, pitching the inner tent on its own requires four Poleholders (sold separately).
Questions & Answers
sturdy and super roomie (45 sq ft- ish) like a basecamp tent (such as the ve 25), but weighing no more than 8 lbs because i want to use my next tent for potential month-long treks in the backcountry.
As for the Nallo 4, i like the 46 sq ft it offers and it's weight of a/b 6 pounds. Awesome combo!!!!
however, being that it is the kerlon 1200 fabric instead of the 1800, i wonder if it would be as reliable over a period of several years as say, the Tarra which is made from the stronger material. I really do want a tent that has a/b 45 sq ft of space and is light- so, if the Nallo 4 would be strong enough for high mountain usage, then i might go that route. Otherwise, could you direct me to a Hilleberg made of the 1800 fabric with similiar specs?
"Certainly our ultralight Kerlon 1200 fabric, with its 12 kg value, is easily strong enough for snow-oriented use (it is far stronger than many so-called "expedition grade" tent fabrics). But if your trip means day after day after day in the snow, the Kerlon 1800 tents’ fabric and 10 mm pole combination, as well as their commensurately more robust zippers, guy lines and the like, provides welcome extra insurance."
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