Front Porch 2P Tent: 2-Person 3-Season by NEMO Equipment Inc.
The NEMO Front Porch 2P Tent lets you kick back and enjoy the view in covered protection from oppressive sunshine and chilly breezes. This innovative tent features a large overhead vestibule that's propped up with an adjustable pole. You can adjust the height and roominess of this "front porch" to expand outwards for a greater view or lower it for protection from oncoming weather fronts. Either way, this unique tent is sure to redefine your notion of camping with its expansive view from the comfort of a covered shelter. Inside this two-person tent, you'll find plentiful room for spreading out while you're sleeping or simply relaxing with the front door unzipped. Its freestanding design is sturdy enough for withstanding inclement weather and strong breezes. The rear vestibule provides additional storage for backpacks and muddy hiking boots. Light pockets and lantern loops give you background lighting options for winding down or changing before bedtime.
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