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Coleman Hooligan 2 Backpacking Tent

by The Coleman Company
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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Product Features

  • Hooligan 2 Tent.
  • Part #: 2000001978 Features: 2 person, 1 room.
  • 8' x 6' footprint.
  • Exclusive WeatherTec System keeps you dry, guaranteed.
  • 1 door.

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight3.2 Kg
Product Dimensions55.9 x 16.5 x 17.8 cm
Item model number2000001978
Size96" L x 72" W x 56" H
Height6.20 inches
Length22.10 inches
Weight3.7 kilograms
Width6.20 inches
Brand NameThe Coleman Company
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #6,882 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 Kg
Date First AvailableMarch 21 2011
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Product Description

Great for first time backpacking/motorcycle camping/scouts. One pole design and full rainfly offer easy setup and protection from the elements. Weather Tec System - guaranteed to keep you dry. Center height 55". 2 person capacity.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars July 12 2014
Great tent for what I need it for. Too big for backpacking.
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Amazon.com: 4.3 out of 5 stars  212 reviews
175 of 180 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great Tent... But not for backbacking April 12 2012
By BackpackerEd - Published on Amazon.com
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When I ordered this tent I thought it would be great. A 6' by 8' two person tent labeled as "great for backpacking." Unfortunately some things are too good to be true, so here is a list of pros and cons so you can make an informed decision before purchasing this tent.

1. Lots of space - 6' by 8' design leaves plenty of room for you and storage, and if you are rather tall guy like me then you know what it is like to be cramped in normal tents!
2. View and breathablility - The tent without the rainfly offers some great views and you don't feel like you are in a tent at all as it is almost entirely screened in.
3. Price - This tent is very affordable for 2 person tents and it seems durable and long lasting.

- Unless your idea of backpacking is parking the car and walking 100 yards into the woods then this is not the tent for you. Even with a large backpack you will be devoting almost half of your space to this tent, not to mention the 6-7 pound weight.
- The single pole design is also great but it requires you to use the stakes. In classic two pole tents, you can set up on almost any surface without having to worry about staking the tent to the ground; however, with this tent you must use the stakes to get the full dimensions of the tent. Although I recommend staking any tent, if you are using a tent just for sleeping under normal conditions, anyone can tell you the advantages to not having to worry about stakes on hard surfaces.

2. The rainfly
- Although the tent has some great pros without attaching the rainfly, putting it on can be a bear. Not to mention the fly is almost the same size and weight as the tent itself and it too requires stakes to be effective.

CONCLUSION: Don't purchase this tent with the presumption that you will be able to really backpack with it. The tent is great for a short hike, road trip, or concert but it is not for anyone that plans to go out for more than a day and still have room for any other gear. I would still recommend a classic two pole (although usually smaller size), easy to set up, small tent for any excursions. Besides, what kind of backpacker needs room for a queen size blow-up in his or her tent??? Good luck and I hope this helps
114 of 117 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Tent for the price July 14 2008
By Victor M. Cardona - Published on Amazon.com
I purchase this tent and used it the next day. The good: Lots of interior room, enough for 2 adults and 2 small backpacks. I was even able to fit a queen size coleman inflatable mattress inside(At home to test it)with room to spare. Very easy to set up, I read the instructions and timed myself, it took me 10 minutes. With screen mesh all around it was very comfortable, even with the Texas summer heat. Comes with a 5 year warranty. The bad: At 6 pounds Is a little on the heavy side for most solo backpackers(I personally don't mind the weight in exchange for all the room). The tent isn't free standing, make sure to get good stakes for hard or rocky ground. It didn't rain when I used it, so I can't comment on how waterproof it is, but I always seal the seams on all my tents as soon as I buy them.
100 of 106 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hooligan 2 Backyard Review July 7 2008
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
WOW! this tent is amazing. It had enough room to sleep two comfortably. It also had a vestibule for wet shoes or boots and maybe a backpack. Like most places the weather in my back yard was in a dry state so my dad and I tested it with the gardening hose. At first we did the regular rain and it was completely dry except for under the vestibule where the velcro on the door wasn't closed. After that we did the thunderstorm in which he aimed the hose directly at the tent and it still did not leak. After that I spent the night in it. When I woke up the next morning it was completely dry, and there were no dead bugs like in my bad, store brand tent that I had previosly. I would definately give this tent five stars and I would recommend it to friends and campers/backpackers everywhere.
29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One More 5-Star Review Nov. 6 2009
By T. Sparkman - Published on Amazon.com
One of the first things that struck me when I was considering this tent was the great reviews, and maybe more importantly the absence of any bad ones. Even the good products usually have a least a one or two bad comments, but this tent didn't. So I bought one and now I know why. Right out of the box I could tell by the quality of construction and design that it would be a great tent. Having said that, it doesn't seem really necessary for me to add anything to what others have said about this tent, except to echo their reviews. I love this tent and can't find anything wrong with it other than getting better stakes (I recommend the MSR Groundhog... there a bit pricey but worth the cost). I use the tent for motorcycle camping and can't imagine a better choice. I'm one of those people that likes to spend time in my tent having coffee and reading, especially when the days are short, cold, and rainy, and for just myself the tent feels very roomy and comfortable. I can set up my gear around me within reach... stove, coffee pot, snacks, lantern, etc.... and it's very cozy and "homey". As others have said, it might be a bit heavy for backpacking, but it's perfect for motorcycle camping. I would absolutely recommend this (and have) to others.
64 of 71 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great tent at any price, Esp. at $50 June 1 2009
By Catrina L. Taylor - Published on Amazon.com
I just got back from Great Smoky Mt. National Park and my brother and I used this tent for 4 days of backpacking. It turned into 4 days of rainforest like climate and this tent didnt leak a drop. There were some substantial downpours at night that had me nervous about the money I had saved on buying this tent. The tent held up great. Just like any tent that I own it was sealed prior to the trip. Just like it was mentioned in other reviews you should prob. invest in better stakes as the tent is not freestanding so good stakes matter. The ones that come with it are the cheap metal kind that come with most small tents. I do have to admit that weight was a little much for backpacking but for two people you cant expect much more.
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