UKC Heksa Review

UKC review Heksa geodesic mountain tent for extreme camping

By David Hanney

Heksa's minimalist setup is about balance and stability. You can lay your gear down confidently, knowing the structure will hold no matter how tricky the terrain.

Whether you are monitoring school expeditions across the moors of Yorkshire or waiting for your weather window high in the mountains the Heksa makes an ideal partner. It's small pack size and low weight will find it friends on expeditions all over the world

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