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Shelter from year-round storms.
Built to withstand the toughest weather conditions, the Nemo Alti Storm 3-Person 4-Season Tent is your go-to shelter for multi-day ski tours, heavy rains, and exposed alpine terrain. The supporting ridge poles follow the longest side of the tent and run all the way to ground, providing a significant increase in strength when exposed to high winds or heavy snow. Dual doors and vestibules make for hassle-free entry and exit while reflective zippers and anchor points allow you to quickly locate the tent when you get back to camp after dark.
- Nylon ripstop canopy fabric is durable, lightweight, and highly breathable
- Nylon fly's PU coating keeps the tent dry 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 mates
- 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
- 53 square feet of floor area is designed to comfortably sleep three
- Top fly pole holds the deployable dual vents on the fly open for improved airflow when you need it
- 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 22 X 7.5 inch stuff sack and weighs in at just under eleven 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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Pole segment lengths
Pole segment lengths are 20" for this tent, someone inquired about this and I lost their email, hope you see this!
Has anyone used this on an 80�F+ outing...
Has anyone used this on an 80�F+ outing and can review how well it is ventilated? I'd like to find a tent that can stand up to anything, but most of my time will be spent in the late spring to early fall times in the northeast US.
Alaskan proof bomber tent!!!
I've used this tent multiple times with my family of four on salmon dip-netting trips and other outdoor activities. The true test was a fly out, float out trip I did last fall with my dad. The adventure consisted of 800+ miles of driving one way to the landing strip which was just south of the Arctic Ocean. We were then flown 50+ miles into the mountains and dropped off inside of ANWR. The first night tested the tent thoroughly. Temps dipped into the 20s with snow/ice and 50 mph winds. The tent did such a good job while we slept that I was surprised to see the snow outside the tent when I went to make our breakfast. We floated out using a SOAR Pro Pioneer and put up and took down the tent four more times in our 60+ mile float out to the road. The tent performed flawlessly with no inside condensation and being consistently warmer inside than outside. The double vestibules and doors made keeping gear dry and the inside of the tent clean easy. No climbing over the other persons gear and bag to get to your gear and bag. I've just purchased the Nemo Asahi with the Garage and can't wait to put it through the rigors of the Alaskan summer.