NEMO Equipment Inc. Hornet 2P Tent: 2-Person 3-Season

NEMO Equipment Inc. Hornet 2P Tent: 2-Person 3-Season
NEMO Equipment Inc. Hornet 2P Tent: 2-Person 3-Season
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Hornet 2P Tent: 2-Person 3-Season by NEMO Equipment Inc.
Nemo's Hornet 2P Tent is an ultralight backpacker with personal features for you and your camping partner. Its no-see-um mesh canopy provides plenty of ventilated airflow, while PeU-coated ripstop helps the vestibule, fly, and floor resist abrasion, dirt, and rainfall. The one-piece DAC Featherlite NFL pole offers an easy setup as well as an expanded interior. Unlike most ultralight tents, the Hornet 2P features two doors so your backpacking buddy doesn't crawl over you in the middle of the night. The tent's stuff sack can hold all the gear, or just the fabrics if you two are going to split the load. Nemo also included guy-out cords, a repair kit, and stakes for the utmost camping convenience.

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SKU: NEM001X
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