Nemo Equipment Chogori Mountaineering Tent

Feb 16, 2018

Category: Gear

When camping in questionable weather conditions or in the dead of winter, time is a luxury most can’t afford. So when it comes to putting up a shelter, the quicker the better. And that was Nemo Equipment’s goal with their new Chogori Mountaineering Tent – which goes up 50% faster than the competition.

This is thanks to their new integrated fly and external pole structure, an addition that saves precious moments in even the worst conditions. The innovation also cuts the tent’s overall weight by 25% and still allows for a spacious and breathable interior. The Chogori is also built with toxic fire retardant-free silicone-treated fabrics – eliminating the need for seam tape and increasing durability. Plus, you can also link together two Chogori’s to create one unified large sleeping space. These mountaineering tents are available in 2- and 3-person formats, starting at $700.

Purchase: $700+

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