NEMO Losi 2P TentBeautifully designed. Beautifully made. The Nemo Losi 2P tent is dependably sturdy and optimizes interior space.
- Recipient of the prestigious Gear of the Year Award from Outside Magazine for 2009
- Recognized as the Best All-Around 3-Person Tent from Backpacker magazine in the 2009 Gear Guide
- Shine your headlamp on the included Star Chart to illuminate the nightís constellations
- Setup is a snap with the Jake's Foot anchoring system keeping it fast and simple
- Build the full tent or just use the fly tarp with the footprint for warm airy nights
- Included Gear Caddy gives you plenty of space to organize and stow your nightly belongings
- Included gear caddy gives you plenty of space to organize and stow your nightly belongings
- The Nemo LightPocket illuminates the tentís interior for night reading or map studying
- Fully seam taped and waterproofed keeps moisture out
- Footprint sized specifically for this tent is sold separately; please type 3856557 into search
NEMO Losi 2P Tent
Primary Use Backpacking Floor Area 32 sq. ft. Doors 2 Vestibule Area 22 sq. ft. Peak Height 46 in. Min. Weight 4 lb. 15 oz. Max. Weight 5 lb. 12 oz. Packed Size 5.5 x 20 in. Freestanding Yes # Main Poles 4 # Fly/Vestibule Poles 0 Floor Fabric 30D PU nylon Floor Coating 5000 mm Rainfly Fabric 30D PU nylon Rainfly Coating 1500 mm Canopy Fabric No-see-um mesh Pole Frame Clips Pole Material DAC Featherlite aluminum Seasons Spring-Fall Sleeps 2 Tent Weight 4-6lbs
Reviewed by 2 customers
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- Easy To Set Up
- Fly Works Well
- Car Camping
Comments about NEMO Losi 2P Tent:
This tent is great. I did a lot of research and based on reviews like this one, I decided on this tent. I wanted to actually get some real trips under its belt before writing this review, rather then it looks good in my living room, and hopefully help others who are considering this tent.
Right out of the box, it comes in its own carrying case... (which I put all my food into and hang it between 2 trees away from bears while I sleep) all the items you need have their own organized space and it all rolls up very tightly and easily straps on to the outside of my pack. Setup is very easy, if folded properly the polls will practically extend themselves. I do recommend setting it up first at home just to familiarize yourself with it so your not learning how in the dark or the rain. Take down is just as easy, although learning how to fold the fly so it fits in the carrying bag nicely takes practice. The vestibules are large enough for 65 liter backs and some gear spread out with space to still enter and exit on each side. It has side pockets near each door and comes with a gear caddy which is easily movable from one end to the other. I bought the loft and use it more often then the others, but all together, there is more then enough places to stash small things. The light defusing panels are a nice touch also. Its much roomier then most other 2 person tents I researched, yes it is slightly heavier then some others, but the extra weight is worth the extra space when your inside riding out a storm.
I used this tent in the summer and there are many options to help with the heat, from just opening the flaps on the vestibule, to rolling the vestibules up completely but still having the main part of the fly over you for unexpected moisture to removing the fly completely since it is so easy to put back on if rain starts. (No need to use the Velcro on all the intersections, completely optional. I never use them)
My Girlfriend and I took it on the White Mountains in New Hampshire on the Presidential Travers and Franconia Ridge. All the mornings we woke to everything around our tent being wet from heavy condensation, but both us and the gear we left in the vestibules were bone dry.
One night near Mt Garfield at about 4000 feet the temp got down to the mid 40's and it rained hard for a couple hours straight, again the tent / footprint did their job. Both the gear in the vestibules and us were warm and very dry giving us a good excuse to sleep in and ride out the storm.
All in all, I am very happy with my purchase, I was confident when I ordered it, it was right for me. After 3 weeks of actual tent time, over the past 3 months, I'm confident you wont be disappointed in this tent.
- What Is Your Gear Style:
- Comfort Driven
- Was this a gift?:
- Almost Vertical Walls
- Easy to set up
- High ceiling
- Light-Moderate Weight
- 4 poles
- Camping backpacking
Comments about NEMO Losi 2P Tent:
Very stylish looking - easy to set up, jake's feet are fantastic and everything connects to them. Inside, with 2 people side by side, little to no room for packs - have to go outside. All mesh - so lots of breathability. Rolls into itself with compartmentalized storage.