Hilleberg

Hilleberg Niak Backpacking Tent

Hilleberg Niak 2 Man Backpacking Tent

THE NIAK expands on our concept of very lightweight yet remarkably strong three-season tents that we introduced with our one-person Enan. Ideal for two people who want to go as light as possible, the Niak is also a veritable lightweight palace for one person. Its dimensions accommodate two people, but its single door and lengthwise vestibule make it somewhat less comfortable than our other two person models, so the Niak is especially good for a parent and a child, or for one person and a dog. It is also the perfect three-season solo tent when you want to be as comfortable as possible at a low weight.

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Sleeps: 1.5 Person

Season: 3.5 Season

Minimum Weight: 3.3lbs

Packed Weight: 3.7lbs

Material: Kerlon 1000

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Niak 2 backpacking tent

I recently purchased a Niak 2 with hopes of it being my
do-it-all tent for back country hunts. Living in North Dakota can be a little hard on tents when the wind picks up and the weather turns. Ive tried a lot of other brands over the years, but the Hilleberg tents seem to handle the rough conditions the best. I Felt like the Niak was a nice compromise of size and weight, and boy was I right. It is down right spacious inside, and the weight is very manageable. It has been out in some Horrible conditions with wind and rain, and it handled both with ease. I have also used this tent a couple times with hardly any breeze, and condensation was no problem for me. I will be using it again towards the later part of November and we will see how it handles a snow load, but to say I am not worried is a complete understatement.....lol

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Niak 2 backpacking tent

I recently purchased a Niak 2 with hopes of it being my
do-it-all tent for back country hunts. Living in North Dakota can be a little hard on tents when the wind picks up and the weather turns. Ive tried a lot of other brands over the years, but the Hilleberg tents seem to handle the rough conditions the best. I Felt like the Niak was a nice compromise of size and weight, and boy was I right. It is down right spacious inside, and the weight is very manageable. It has been out in some Horrible conditions with wind and rain, and it handled both with ease. I have also used this tent a couple times with hardly any breeze, and condensation was no problem for me. I will be using it again towards the later part of November and we will see how it handles a snow load, but to say I am not worried is a complete understatement.....lol