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  • The Rogen is an excellent all-around two person tent for warmer weather trips where the lightest weight is the prime concern.
Rogen green

A note on colors: Fabric dyes have natural variations, so the actual tent color may look slightly different from what is pictured here or in our catalog.

Colors: Green or Red Green Red
Rogen $765

Minimum Weight
Packed Weight

Outer tent fabric

Poles (9 mm)

Pegs

1.8 kg/3 lbs 15 oz
2.1 kg/4 lbs 10 oz

Kerlon 1000

2 x 377, 1 x 127 cm
2 x 148.4, 1 x 50 in

12 Tri-Peg

"Minimum Weight" refers to the outer and inner tents and the poles only. "Packed Weight" includes all items that come with the tent.

A Rogen on a small rock island with a lighthouse during a kayak trip. A Rogen in Canada‘s North West Territory. A Rogen in the Alpine Lakes area of Washington state A Rogen on a rocky hill in Sweden in early fall. A Rogen next to Lake Dorothy, Washington.
Rogen $765

The Rogen is an excellent tent for any trip in warmer and snow-free conditions where very light weight is of the highest importance. Dome construction affords stability and strength for use in more exposed situations, and makes the Rogen a great choice for tough pitching situations. It is quick and easy to set up, boasts two doors and two vestibules, and has room enough for two plus their gear – yet it is easily light enough for use as a (wonderfully roomy) solo tent.

The pole system employs two long, crossing poles for the basic shape and a shorter pole in the roof, which both increases stability and provides head room in the vestibules. In keeping with its Yellow Label design, its outer tent does not go all the way to the ground, so air flow is constant, even in wet weather. And in fine weather, rolling away the vestibules exposes the near-full mesh inner tent doors for cross venting. Paddlers, summer mountain scramblers, backpackers, bicycle tourers – all will find the Rogen’s remarkable spaciousness, two door comfort, and self-supporting construction appealing.

“Rogen” is a nature preserve in northern Sweden that is famous for its canoeing.

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All product features and measurement values, including tent weight and pole length, may vary somewhat from what is shown in our catalog, other printed items and on our website. Such differences can occur because of alterations in the design and production process and/or natural variations in the materials.

The Rogen is an excellent tent for any trip in warmer and snow-free conditions where very light weight is of the highest importance. Dome construction affords stability and strength for use in more exposed situations, and makes the Rogen a great choice for tough pitching situations. It is quick and easy to set up, boasts two doors and two vestibules, and has room enough for two plus their gear – yet it is easily light enough for use as a (wonderfully roomy) solo tent.

The pole system employs two long, crossing poles for the basic shape and a shorter pole in the roof, which both increases stability and provides head room in the vestibules. In keeping with its Yellow Label design, its outer tent does not go all the way to the ground, so air flow is constant, even in wet weather. And in fine weather, rolling away the vestibules exposes the near-full mesh inner tent doors for cross venting. Paddlers, summer mountain scramblers, backpackers, bicycle tourers – all will find the Rogen’s remarkable spaciousness, two door comfort, and self-supporting construction appealing.

“Rogen” is a nature preserve in northern Sweden that is famous for its canoeing.

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While we originally built 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.

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.

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.

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.

We did use lighter weight fabrics, in both inner and outer tents. For the outer tent, we developed Kerlon 1000. 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.

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 Anjan, Anjan GT, Rogen and Niak models, or through incorporating protected mesh panels into the outer tent, as found in the Enan.

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. For more on selecting the right tent for you, please see “Choosing the right Hilleberg tent.”

While we originally built 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.

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.

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.

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.

We did use lighter weight fabrics, in both inner and outer tents. For the outer tent, we developed Kerlon 1000. 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.

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 Anjan, Anjan GT, Rogen and Niak models, or through incorporating protected mesh panels into the outer tent, as found in the Enan.

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. For more on selecting the right tent for you, please see “Choosing the right Hilleberg tent.”

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  • Kerlon 1000 outer tent fabric and 9mm poles make for a supremely lightweight tent that is still quite strong.
  • 3 season construction: outer tent walls do not extend to the ground and mesh areas have no backing fabric panels.
  • Dome construction with two main crossing poles is an excellent choice for tough pitching conditions
  • A good amount of room for two occupants and their gear.
  • Linked but seperable inner and outer tent for simultaneous pitching.
  • Self-supporting dome design requires only the vestibules to be pegged, and the lightweight pole system combines 9 mm poles with Lock Tip ball ends, open ended pole sleeves, and an innovative grommeted webbing tab with an adjustable tensioner.
  • Dual entrances and vestibules ensure that one door can always be situated out of the wind and provide flexible entry/exit and storage options.
  • An 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.
  • The inner tent can be replaced with a Mesh Inner tent (sold separately; see accessories).
  • The outer and inner tents can be used separately. Pitching the inner tent alone requires moving the detachable pole holders from the outer to the inner tent.
Rogen 3D rendering.

Pockets

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Pockets

2 Integrated stowage pockets.

Rollable vestibules

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Rollable vestibules

Both vestibules can be completely rolled away to expose the inner tent's mesh door for added air flow on hot days.

Bathtub floor

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Bathtub floor

High bathtub floor keeps out ground water.

Mesh door

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Mesh door

Inner tent doors are nearly all mesh, providing constant air flow.

Short pole

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Short pole

Short roof pole provides head room in the vestibule and entrance while keeping the weight low.

Guy lines

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Guy lines

Looped guy lines affixed to twin attachments on each side of each pole increase stability in poor conditions.

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Ute Magasinet • Product of the Year

Ute Magasinet, Sweden’s largest outdoor publication, named the Rogen Product of the Year, noting that it is equally well-suited for backpacking, paddle touring and travel use. &ldqou;There is a lot of function for very little weight.”

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Hilleberg Rogen - Pitching instruction

This is the official pitching instruction for Hilleberg Rogen. This film is a supplement to the instruction booklet. We recommend that you both read the booklet carfully as well as practice handling the tent before your first backcountry trip. Thank you for choosing a Hilleberg tent and enjoy your next adventure! For more information about Hilleberg and our products, please visit our website at http://www.hilleberg.com

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While every Hilleberg tent comes with all the pegs, lines and poles you need, you may, from time to time, need replacements. You may also want to accessorize for more flexibility on your adventures: spare line runners, guy line, and pole holders let you customize your shelter to your needs; special circumstances may dictate special use pegs or additional poles for stability; or you may simply want different sorts of pegs. Footprints can extend the life of your tent and cut down on condensation in the vestibules, and a hank of our strong, light guy line cord is always useful.

Rogen Mesh Inner Tent


Rogen Mesh Inner Tent

Rogen Mesh Inner Tent

$199

The mesh inner can also be used in place of the standard inner tent: simply disconnect the standard inner tent and button in the appropriate Mesh Inner Tent. Used alone, The mesh inner is a simple, highly versatile option for use in dry, warm conditions. Its full mesh walls provide not only maximum airiness and protection from flying and crawling insects, but also 360° views. When used in combination with a Tarp, the mesh inner retains all of its venting and viewing advantages while the Tarp provides protection from rain or shade from the sun.
Includes the pole holder kit to pitch the inner tent or mesh inner on its own.
Weight: 720 g/1 lb 9 oz

Rogen Footprint

Rogen Footprint

$60

This tough ground sheet helps to protect your tent’s floor from abrasion. This footprint covers the area of the Rogen inner tent only. • Weight: 255 g/9 oz

Tri-Pegs

Tri-Peg

Tri-Peg

$20

Every new tent includes enough pegs to pitch it, but a spare peg or two can save you the frustration of losing one in the middle of a long trip. Our aluminum Tri-Peg is our lightest, and, like our V- and Y-Pegs, is gold anodized for high visibility. Its triangular cross section affords strength as well as good holding power in a range of soil types, and its purposefully smooth, polished corners were designed specifically for the lightweight 2mm guy line we use in our Yellow Label Tents. • 14 cm/5.5" • 9 g/0.3 oz • Set of 10 pegs •

Extra Poles

377 cm x 9 mm + lock tip

$52

127 cm x 9 mm

$22

9 mm Pole Section

$8

Your tent comes with poles, an extra repair section and aluminum repair sleeve, but spare poles can come in handy, both for repairs and for "double poling," which gives extra strength and stability.

Tent and Accessory Bags

While our various stuff bags are sized for our poles, pegs, and, of course, our tents, they are also ideal for organizing your gear. Our peg bag is great for holding toiletries or other small essentials, and our larger bags, although sized for our tents, are ideal for your spare clothes, cooking gear, food or the like.

Peg bags are available only in black, and in our sturdiest XP fabric. Standard pole bags come in green or red, while the burlier XP pole bag is only available in black. Standard and XP tent bags in all sizes come in green, red and sand, come in five sizes, and have a round, sewn-in bottom. The XP versions have a sewn-in handle, as well.

Bags

Pole Bag

$10

58 x 17 cm Tent Bag

$17

XP Bags

Peg Bag XP

$5

Pole Bag XP

$9

58 x 17 cm Tent Bag XP

$19

Guy Line and Line Runners

Our proprietary 2 & 3 mm red and white guy line cord is strong, light and easy to see. Its interwrap construction interweaves super strong Vectran cord longitudinally with polyester, producing a cord with no sheath to slip, near zero stretch, minimal water absorption, an easy-to-handle soft feel, high UV resistance, and a stout 60 kg (132 lb) breaking strength for the 2 mm and 80 kg (176 lb) for the 3 mm. • 2mm/3 mm x 25 m (82 ft) • 53 g (1.9 oz)/110 g (3.9 oz) •

These unique and reliable line runners come with every tent, but they can also be purchased separately. They lock securely on a range of different line dimensions and are easy to adjust, even while wearing mittens. • 2 and 3 mm sizes (fits our 2 & 3 mm guy line, respectively) • Set of 10 •

3 mm guy line and line runners come standard with all tents except for our Yellow Label tents which come with 2 mm guy line and line runners.

Guy Line

$24

Line Runners

$9

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