Hilleberg - Nammatj 2
The Nammatj is first on the list with adventurous people who put the most extreme demands on their equipment. This tent has been used numerous times in the Himalayas, in Greenland, in the Andes, and in the polar areas. As a low weight tent, Nammatj exceeds expectations that are usually reserved for much heavier tents. One striking example of its performance is Sweden’s Ola Skinnarmo´s solo ski expedition to the South Pole with a Nammatj 2.
The two equally long poles, adjustable pole holders, and peg loops make pitching this tent child´s play. Inner and outer tent are linked, protecting the inner against rain when it is being pitched in unfavorable conditions. Four pegs are enough to pitch a Nammatj. The inner tent can easily be detached and moved back if you need a larger vestibule. By carrying the outer on its own you can create a very light shelter for several people. The inner can be used separately if conditions permit. All you need are two pole holders per pole and guy-lines.
Click the video for pitching instructions.
International Restrictions Apply
Technical specifications & features
|Weight||Packed weight: 3.0 kg / 6 lbs 9 oz|
|Tent Sleeps||2 Person|
|Minimum Weight||2.3 kg / 5 lbs 1 oz|
|Area||30.1 sq. ft.|
|Tent Type||Single Wall|
|Vestibule Size||13 sq. ft.|
|Width||52 in. (Shoulder)|
|Tent Pole Type||2 Aluminum pole|
|Stuff Size||6 x 18 in.|
|Material||Kerlon 1800 fabric|
|Other Features||Kerlon 1800 fabric
2 Large adjustable vents
Inner clothes line
Large door opening
Please note, pitching the inner tent on its own requires four Poleholders (sold separately).
A note on colors: Fabric dyes have natural variations, so the actual tent color may look slightly different from what is pictured.
- Well worth the money
- I bought this tent as a one man just for me, cause I like a lil more space than most if not all one man tents. This tent is huge, plenty of space for two, or a man and two dogs. Great vestibule space i dont think its enough space for gear of two people, but for one its perfect. I am planning a trip across usa in 2013 and i wanted a tent that could handle 75-100mph+ winds and i think I have found it yet to be tested in the high winds personally, but i have faith.
Questions & Answers
Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
I apologize for the confusion! It looks like that was a typo, as the Nammatj is indeed a double wall tent. I will get that info fixed on the website ASAP.
In the meantime, please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
2) Is the GT version the same - construction, strength, etc except for the vestibule size and third pole?
3) If there also a 64 inch version of the GT and if so How do I order it?
Thank you for your question.
I believe the wider version you are referring to is the Nammatj 3, which is indeed 64" wide. That model can be found here: http://www.backcountrygear.com/hilleberg-nammatj-3.html#.VLB4ONLF98E
You are correct in regards to the GT versions, they are exactly the same as the non-GT versions in all aspects other than the extended vestibule and the third pole.
The 64" wide Nammatj 3 is available in a GT version here: http://www.backcountrygear.com/hilleberg-nammatj-3-gt.html#.VLB42NLF98E
I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
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