Nemo Equipment Rocket 2-Person Ultralight Tent

Jan 18, 2019

Category: Gear

Nemo Equipment is one of the key players at the forefront of camping gear and they’ve created another noteworthy outdoor safeguard to help you fend off the elements while sleeping under the stars. According to Nemo, their 22-ounce Rocket 2-Person Ultralight Tent is the lightest two-person shelter on the planet.

The ultralight tent is built with durable Dyneema cord and premium ultralight 10D fabrics to protect you from nature’s wrath. It comes with DAC Featherlite NSL poles, an innovative T-bar pole to create a symmetrical structure for ample headroom, and self-equalizing carbon fiber corner struts for reliable stability. For ideal air flow and easy temperature control, the tent utilizes integrated ‘No-See-Um Mesh’ sidewalls, which also keep pesky bugs out. The silicon technical fabric and seamless construction improve the longevity of the tent, so it can be your temporary home for plenty of adventures. Not to mention, it’s protected by a lifetime warranty. The Rocket tent will be available soon.

Purchase: $450

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