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Whether you're braving high winds, heavy snows, or torrential rains, the Nemo Alti Storm 2-Person 4-Season Tent is built to weather the storm night after night, season after season. The ridge poles run all the way to the ground for increased strength in high winds, and the UVX windows allow you to check the weather without venturing outside. Plus, dual doors and vestibules allow you to enter or exit without disturbing your tent mate.

  • Nylon ripstop canopy fabric is durable, lightweight, and highly breathable
  • Nylon fly material has a PU coating that keeps the tent dry and protected in stormy weather
  • Industry-leading DAC Featherlite NSL poles provide an ideal combination of strength and low weight
  • Dual doors and vestibules allow you to enter and exit without having to crawl over your tent mate
  • Ridge poles follow the long length of the tent and run all the way to the ground, providing increased strength and structure in high winds
  • 34 square feet of floor area is designed to comfortably sleep two
  • Full-length pole sleeves make for easy set-up and provide roomy interior space
  • Reflective zipper pulls and anchor points help you locate the tent in the dark
  • UVX windows allow you to check the weather without going outside
  • Multiple guy points provide additional support in gusty weather
  • Light pockets in each corner allow you to insert a headlamp for ambient lighting
  • Packs into a 20 X 7 inch stuff sack and weighs in at just over nine pounds
  • Drybag-style roll-top stuff sack keeps the tent protected from the elements when packed
  • Includes stakes, guy out cordage, and a repair kit
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Bomber tent for bomber adventures

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Got this tent a couple years ago as my first serious tent purchase. My dream was to buy a "quiver of one" tent that I could take summer backpacking up the coast just as well as on backcountry ski trips. I've taken this tent on trips into the Arizona canyonlands, backpacking in colorado, and extended (and very wet) treks in South America in the lakes region and Patagonia.

Bad news first: this puppy is heavy, and packs fairly large. They use an interested burrito-style stuff sack to pack everything that is conceptually cool but a pain in the ass to hook up to a pack, I ended up repacking this tent and the poles/stakes into separate stuff sacks.

That being said, this tent is about as bombproof as it gets. User error and upcanyon winds in the desert tossed this thing 30-40 feet with most of our gear inside. It landed on a pole on rough rock, but the only damage was an abraided hole through the fly. The fly didn't rip outwards from the hole, even though the material around it was relatively weakened by the abrasion, and I was able to easily patch it up.

Properly staked out, I've slept comfortably below a glacier where katabatic winds were easily kicking up water and dust to 60 mph. The pole structure on this thing is awesome to behold.

More practically, the tent is good for two people. I'm 6'1" and comfortably shared the tent will other tall people, with enough room to spare at head and foot for some gear. The vestibules are huge, and fit a fully-packed 85 liter pack with room for boots. Lots of good pockets inside, zippers work well.

Even though this is a winter tent with less ventilation than you might like, the only times I had problems with condensation were when I was camped on vegetation.

Also, this tent is hot. Don't expect to spend a sunny day inside this thing, you'll roast.


-super water tight. with the bathtub floor on this thing, you could probably set up in a puddle and be dry

-easily withstood sustained gusts up to 60 mph

-poles are all the same size (I'm easily confused when it's dark and rainy)

-good zippers, pockets, and vestibules

-has reflective bits (again, easily confused when I have to pee)

-Nemo symbol is supes badass


-heavy and bulky

-doesn't ventilate like a mesh tent (duh)

-symmetrical shape can make it difficult to decide which end to point towards oncoming wind

Bomber tent for bomber adventures