NEMO Equipment Inc. Blaze 1P Tent: 1-Person 3-Season

NEMO Equipment Inc. Blaze 1P Tent: 1-Person 3-Season
NEMO Equipment Inc. Blaze 1P Tent: 1-Person 3-Season
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Blaze 1P Tent: 1-Person 3-Season by NEMO Equipment Inc.
Lighten your backpacking arsenal with the Blaze 1P Tent by Nemo Equipment Inc. Weighing barely over a pound, the Blaze boasts the basic essentials for three-season comforts, including a PU-coated, silicone-treated fly and floor for protection from wet weather, and the no-see-um canopy for plenty of ventilation in warm nights. Nemo Equipment Inc. uses a single DAC 8. 7mm Featherlite NFL pole with a small, second attachment that rotates to expand the Blaze's interior without adding much weight. The Blaze has a single door with a vestibule for your gear, when paired with the rain fly. Nemo Equipment Inc. included stakes, guy-out cords, a repair kit, and a Divvy sack that separates the canopy from the poles for easier packing.

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