Marmot Hammer 2-Person Tent
Venture (and sleep) in the backcountry like never before
The Marmot Hammer 2-Person Tent is Marmot's love letter to rugged, 4-season camping and backpacking. The Hammer 2 shields you from the elements in any weather with waterprood, ripstop nylon. The bathtub style floor is entirely seam-taped to keep water out and to prevent pooling.
Protection from the elements
The Hammer 2 comes with a removable vestibule with snow flaps for camping in the cold snow and rain. The freestanding tent by itself is easy to set up, greatly reducing the time it takes to arrange camp in inclement weather. For more fairweather camping, feel free to remove the vestibule and/or snow flaps and ejoy the breathable fabric and natural light window.
Everything you need in a mountaineering tent
The Hammer 2 has several key feautures that make the camping experience better regardless of conditions outside. A window for natural light, interior pockets for organization and nylon fabric to keep the interior insulated, the Hammer 2 offeres comfortability even in the worst of storms.
Details & Specifications
Camping / Backpacking
|Minimum Trail Weight
29.5 square feet
|Number of Doors
|Number of Poles
3, DAC NSL
|Fabric - Tent Canopy
100% nylon ripstop
|Fabric - Tent Floor
100% nylon taffeta
|Single-wall construction with waterproof, breathable fabric for quick setup in inclement weather
|Removable vestibule with snow flaps included
|Internal access guy out system; Free-standing design
|Seam-taped, catenary-cut, bathtub-style floor
|Interior pockets for small gear organization
|Light-reflective points; Jingle-free nylon zipper pulls
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Marmot’s focus; they do what they do because they think this desire to get out and be wild is in everybody. We go outside because it’s the best playground imaginable … It’s a place to be creative, express yourself, and escape from the sameness of everyday life. It’s this mantra that drives Marmot when they’re designing, testing, and sewing the apparel, tents, sleeping bags, and backpacks that get us all outside.