Wild Country Tents Hoolie 2


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2 Person Tunnel Tent

The Hoolie 2 from Wild Country Tents is a lightweight 2 person tunnel tent suitable for 3 season backpacking and valley camping.

It has a single generous 1m long porch to store backpacks and boots with ease. The inner is connected to the outer so the tent pitches 'as one' and the colour coded poles and pole sleeves make pitching quick. This is very welcome at the end of a long day or when it is raining. The Hoolie 2 is an ideal Duke of Edinburgh tent.

The tent has a small pack size of 42cm by 15cm which allow it to fit easily into most backpacks or onto the back of a motorbike or cycle.

The tent has plenty of ventilation with vents under the hoods at each end and an inner door which is half mesh. The fly and groundsheet have fully taped seams to provide great protection from the elements.

The Hoolie 2 is a reliable, good value tent ideal for Duke of Edinburgh expeditions, backpacking or cycle touring.




  • Packed weight 2.3Kg
  • Fly and inner pitch together
  • Flysheet: PU coated Polyester 4000mm hydrostatic head
  • Groundsheet: PU coated Polyester 6000mm hydrostatic head
  • 6 reflective guylines
  • 11 Alloy V-angle pegs
  • 1 door
  • 1 porch
  • Pack size: 42cm x 15cm


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