Galaxi 3P Tent: 3-Person 3-Season by NEMO Equipment Inc.
Whether you're going for your first overnight backpacking trip or you're a seasoned veteran with hundreds of miles under your belt, you're certain to appreciate the spacious feel and ease-of-use of the Nemo Equipment Inc Galaxi 3P Tent. Its smart and simple pole structure maximizes livable space without tacking on excess weight and bulk, and the intuitive design won't stress you out when you're racing the sunset to get camp situated. When skies are clear, the roll-back fly lets you pull the fly back and see the stars while you drift off, without exposing yourself to a long night of bug bites. If rain strikes, clever vents in the vestibule keep air flowing to prevent your tent from turning into a sauna while you wait out the storm. Durable fabric help it stand the test of time, and an included footprint adds even more durability. Two doors let you exit for bathroom breaks without crawling over your partners, and two vestibules offer plenty of storage space for gear-intensive trips. One more ingenious feature is a light pocket that diffuses your headlamps light to create ambient lighting in the tent while you read a book, play cards, or organize gear.
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