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Stay dry and safe during your wilderness wanderings.
- Features the pole-free Air Supported Technology, which includes an ultralight bladder pump to inflate the arching structure that doesn't break or bend in the wind like other lightweight pole designs
- ExoFly canopy lets you create a large interior or set up a five-square-foot vestibule to store your pack and boots
- Swallowtail design at the foot adds tension and raises the tent above your feet for more room and ventilation
- Mesh in the door encourages better ventilation where you need it
- Includes waterproof stuff sack, integrated ultralight pump, stakes, and repair kit to keep the inflatable Airbeam operational
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Ultralight and just the right size
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Selected the GoGO Elite after doing a ton of research on ultralight shelters. The feature to weight ratio is outstanding. The tent is really a cross between a bivy sack and a 1 person tent.
The GoGo's stregths: light weight, packs down to the size of a canalope, setups in under a minute, is highly wind resistent due to its shape, and is made with high quality materials.
The GoGo's weaknesses: breathability is not as good as advertised - if the vestibule door is closed (must be if it is raining, etc) - lots of condensation forms on the inside of the tent. There is not a way to keep the outer door open if you are expecting any rain at all. The tent is not 'free standing'. Stakes or some sort of tie-offs are required.
Overall: Its my 'go to' tent for almost all solo backpacking trips. Unless.... there is a good chance of rain in the forecast. The inability to vent in humid and/or rainy weather is a real drawback. I would definitely recommend the tent, just know its pluses and minuses.
I have the Nemo Morpho AR. Need an ultra-light...
I have the Nemo Morpho AR. Need an ultra-light one-man. I like that I don't need to mess with any poles. Will my foot pump mate up to this gogo elite? Any know how the condensation compares with this tent, compared to the Morpho, as I could bitch a little about the amount in it, fully vented, if I wanted to. My only other question is - Does anyone have any remedy for blowing up the airbeams any quicker at altitude?? It is a hell of a workout and the foot pump becomes completely useless, requiring you to blow into it above 9000ft...which builds up moisture inside the pump... Thanks!
Lite is right!
I have had this for about 2 years now and really like it. I use it when I am back packing or an emergency shelter on day or even overnight trips with just a bivy. I can throw this out and it gives me some protection from inclimate weather. This tent is not huge, but it gets the job done. I don't think you really need much more than this. Other than that it is easy to set up and go's up quick. I would suggest this to anyone looking for lite and small and efficient.
Any stats on total overall length? Is...
Any stats on total overall length? Is someone who is 6'4" going to fit with their gear?
Floor Dimensions: 108 x 41 inches
With gear you would really be pushing it. I fit comfortably in this tent without my gear and I am 5'10", but still have room for some play. I upgraded to the gogo EX so I could store my gear under the tent fly outside of the main compartment.