Anjan 2

The Anjan 2 is the ideal two person tent for mobile journeys in warmer conditions where the lowest weight is the highest priority.

<p class="copy"><span class="leadtext">THE ANJAN AND ANJAN GT MODELS</span> were created specifically as very light tents for use in snow-free conditions, and are especially good for mobile adventures. All have catenary patterning on the outer tent walls to ensure constant venting while still offering excellent protection from the rain, and their single opening pole sleeves offer quick pitching. Their inner tents have an all mesh door and a large mesh vent in the rear wall for continual air flow. For very warm conditions, you can fully roll up the rear wall of the outer tent, and you can completely roll away the Anjan’s vestibule.</p>

 \n<p class="copy indent end">Both the Anjan and Anjan GT models are perfect for 3-season backpacking and summer bicycle tours, and are well-suited for hunters on scouting trips or on early season hunts. They are also ideal for warm weather comfort seekers who want to “size up” but still keep the weight very low: the Anjan 2 makes a deluxe solo tent, and the Anjan 3 is lightweight luxury for two. Even the Anjan 2 GT and Anjan 3 are surprisingly light – yet huge – solo shelter options for those who hold spaciousness in the highest regard! This is a yellow label tent.</p>

 \n<p class="nameTag"><i>“Anjan” is a lake in northern Sweden.</i></p>

 \n<p style="text-align: center;">USD $745</p>

 \n<p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Features</strong></p>

 \n<p style="text-align: center;">Kerlon 1000 outer tent fabric and 9mm poles make for a supremely lightweight tent that is still quite strong.

 \n3 season design: ventilation is built into the construction, and the inner tent mesh areas have no backing fabric panels.

 \nTunnel construction offers maximum space to weight ratio and is the ideal choice for mobile journeys.

 \nA good amount of room for two occupants and their gear.

 \nLinked but seperable inner and outer tent for simultaneous pitching.

 \nTunnel design requires only four pegs for pitching, and the simple, single-opening, continuous sleeve and pole tensioner pole system is quick to pitch and remarkably stable.

 \nA single entrance and vestibule afford easy access and plenty of storage space, but keep the weight very low.

 \nAn optional footprint covers only the inner tent area and not the vestibule. It connects directly to the tent, and can be left attached during pitching.

 \nThe inner tent can be replaced with a Mesh Inner tent (sold separately; see accessories).

 \nThe outer and inner tents can be used separately. Pitching the inner tent alone requires optional pole holderes (see accessories).</p>





 \n<strong>The story of yellow label tents </strong>

 \n<p class="copy"><span class="leadtext">WHILE WE ORIGINALLY BUILT</span> our reputation on all-season tents, we have always known that there were many users who wanted a lighter weight tent, and who didn’t need all-season strength and comfort. But we have never subscribed to the traditional concept of “3 season tents,” which always seemed to equate to “summer tents.” In part, the problem is that those three seasons – spring, summer, and fall – are very different in, say, northern Sweden, than they are in Australia.</p>

 \n<p class="copy indent">In 2010, we began the project that would become our Yellow Label tents, which we introduced in 2012. Rather than creating the typical “3-season tents,” however, we set out to build lighter weight tents that would work well in more protected terrain but in all types of weather during the warmer, snow-free months of the year, regardless of geographic locale.</p>

 \n<p class="copy indent">With the goal of maximizing light weight without sacrificing too much strength, we experimented with a variety of solutions. Initially, we put the poles on the inner tent, but still with a linked outer tent. After a number of such test tents literally flattened during wind testing, we adopted our proven system of linked but separable inner and outer tents, with the poles on the outer. This solution performed so much better, that we knew it was the ideal choice for these tents.</p>

 \n<p class="copy indent">During this process, we also discovered that the weight savings from using smaller than 9 mm diameter poles – the same type of poles found in our Red Label, all-season tents – was slight, while the loss of strength was substantial. So, again, we stayed with the proven solution – 9 mm DAC NSL poles.</p>

 \n<p class="copy indent">We did use lighter weight fabrics, in both inner and outer tents. For the outer tent, we developed <a class="ui-link" href="<>">Kerlon 1000</a>. We knew that warmer weather, snow-free use does not place the same stress on a tent that true, all-season use does, but we still needed to maintain enough strength for heavy rains and windy conditions. Kerlon 1000 boasts a substantial 8 kg/17.6 lb tear strength.</p>

 \n<p class="copy indent">Another way we saved weight without compromising strength was to integrate the venting directly into the construction. Rather than adding vents, which would have added weight, we built in full time venting, either through a space between the outer tent and the ground in the <a class="ui-link" href="<>">Anjan</a>, <a class="ui-link" href="<>">Anjan GT</a>, <a class="ui-link" href="<>">Rogen</a> and <a class="ui-link" href="<>">Niak</a> models, or through incorporating protected mesh panels into the outer tent, as found in the <a class="ui-link" href="<>">Enan</a>.</p>

 \n<p class="copy indent">The result is a group of tents that are ideal for users who go out below tree line and in more protected terrain in the snow-free months of the year, and who demand light weight, but not at the expense of strength enough for the conditions they might encounter.</p>

Sleeping Capacity
Sub Alpine
Weight (grams)
Min. Weight (grams)
Water Head Rating (ml)
Floor Water Rating (ml)
Length Inner (mm)
Width Inner (mm)
Height Inner (mm)
Number of vestibules
Entry Type
Pitching Order
Outer First or Together
Includes Poles?

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IN 1971, BO HILLEBERG, a professional forester, founded his own company, Hilleberg AB. That same year, while on a ski vacation in the Austrian Tyrol, Bo met Renate Neuner. After a couple of years, the two had fallen in love, married, and she had moved with him to Stockholm, Sweden. Their marriage was the final, necessary ingredient in the mix that has become Hilleberg the Tentmaker.

Before Renate, Bo’s fledgling company was primarily a forestry equipment concern, with tent making as a hoped-for sideline. An avid, lifelong outdoorsman, Bo was terminally frustrated with tents that required pitching the inner tent first and then covering it with a loose rain fly that usually displayed the same properties as a kite in the wind. He envisioned a tent that had an outer and inner tent that pitched together, simultaneously – but he didn’t have the necessary sewing skills. With Bo and Renate’s marriage, conjugal and commercial became one: Renate took charge of the sewing while Bo handled design and sales, and with their combined efforts, the company flourished.

Today, family and business are still inextricably linked. Bo is Chairman, and is senior advisor to the product development team; daughter Petra is CEO of the Hilleberg Group, President of both Hilleberg AB in Sweden and Hilleberg Inc in the US; and Bo, Renate, Petra and her brother Rolf make up the governing board of directors – clearly, family synergy continues to beget success.

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