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Backcountry x NEMO Nachi Tent: 2-Person 3-Season

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Backcountry x NEMO Nachi Tent

We styled the Backcountry x Nemo Nachi Tent to blend into mountainscapes right around dusk when we're gathered around the fire with family or friends. Well-balanced between comfortable livability and light packability, the Nachi is a practical option for both backpacking and car camping trips. It weighs and packs like a backpacking tent, except steeper walls give it a roomier feel that most backpacking tents lack. We sized the floor to fit two of our widest sleeping pads for a surprising amount of space.

  • Backcountry Exclusive
  • Backpacking tent built extra livable for weekend camping trips
  • 2-person capacity sized to fit two Verata Insulated Wide Pads
  • 3-season versatility pairs a removable rain fly with a mesh canopy
  • DAC poles include color-coded clips and webbing for quick setups
  • Dual doors with vestibules offer ample gear storage and access
  • Pockets for lights and smaller gear like topos, phones, or batteries
  • Includes duffel storage bag, stakes, guy-out cord, and repair kit
  • Item #BCCZ22R

Material
[canopy] 30D polyester, no-see-um mesh [floor, fly] 68D polyester ripstop, PU (1200mm)
Capacity
2-person
Season
3-season
Wall Type
double
Freestanding
yes
Poles
DAC
Pole Attachment
color-coded clips
Number of Doors
2
Number of Vestibules
2
Vestibule Space
9.2sq ft / 9.2sq ft
Ventilation
[fly] strutted vent [canopy] mesh
Seams
critical seams sealed
Interior Height
44in
Floor Dimensions
53 x 88in
Floor Space
31.8sq ft
Packed Size
23 x 7in
Trail Weight
4lb 6oz
Packed Weight
4lb 14oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, weekend camping

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

easy ste up

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size

帳篷質感非常好而且容易設置 空間對兩個人來說非常敞 當天有下雨 防水性能也很好

帳篷質感非常好而且容易設置
>Rating: 5

Amazing quality and easy set-up

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

I was recently brought on the Backcountry team as Gearhead to put some products through the ginger and sharing with the product team. This tent is the best tent I've ever owned. The one pole and magnetic strip design makes this tent super easy to set up and break down. The clip on set up works like magic and seamlessly lets you break down the tent. My partner in I slept with all our our other gear with plenty of space and he is 6'3. I'm headed to Alabama Hills, Yosemite and a few other places with this tent so I'm stoked to keep testing it out. Follow along my journey with me as I post more about the Nachi and other Backcountry products! IG: @lexbeckss

I
>Rating: 1

Holes in mesh

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it

I'm glad I didn't actually take this camping with me because after just hours of being set up in my back yard there were rips, stretch marks and holes appearing all over the mesh of the tent. Very disappointed. Sending it back but now I don't have a tent to go on my camping trip in.

>Rating: 1

Quality is just not there.

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
True to size

Do not know how this tent passed quality control. There was a pole clip that was completely missing (not even sewed onto the body of the tent). Also, the floor of the tent is not one full piece. It has been sealed along 1/3 of the way in along the long edge. Up to you what you are looking in a tent, but I know I am looking elsewhere.

>Rating: 5

Really Impressed

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Height
6` 3"
Weight
190 lbs

I recently purchased this tent after my REI Half Dome 2 Plus suffered a pole mishap in the Sierras. I was initially skeptical because I'm 6'3 and the interior footprint of this tent is a bit smaller from what I've used previously but those concerns disappeared the moment that I set it up for the first time. The side walls rise rapidly creating more usable space than I had in my previous two backpacking tents. Set up and disassembly were both easy and done in a matter of minutes. I felt like the weight is extremely reasonable given both the price and size of the tent. The only small drawback (in my opinion) is the shape of the doors as I prefer a teardrop style that stuffs into the ceiling vs. stuffing into the side. I used this on a weekend trip into the White Mountains and on an 8-day trip to the Uintas Mountains.

I
>Rating: 4

Logos

Nice looking tent except for the multi-multiple logos. Kind of goofy!

>Rating: 5

Easy and sturdy!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought the Nachi for backpacking with my 6’6’’ husband and we were both extremely impressed with how quick and simple the set up was! He was barely able to sit up right in it, but the tent was large enough for both of us (I’m 5’8’’) to sleep comfortably. (Definitely couldn’t include our husky though!) There are pockets on opposite ends to stash devices, and it was beautiful to just stare up at the stars without the rain fly. We endured hours of rain and wind on the second night, and the tent held up to the wind with its low profile and kept us dry. The break down was also just as simple as the set up.

Good day, after your having used this tent, is it capable of possibly using a vestibule to cook in. I have seen that as an option suggested with other tents.

>Rating: 5

Quality Beginner Setup

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I was lucky enough to be one of the Gearheads tasked with giving ideas to our product team and NEMO to help design this tent, and also got to mess around with it during a photoshoot a few months back. It's a solid piece of gear and I'm excited to test it further and further out in the field. The pole design makes it super easy to set up, I'm 6'2" and found lots of room inside, the two doors and vestibules are great for easy access and more storage, and its made from solid durable materials. What more could a new backpacker ask for? I especially love how the fly attaches to the poles directly for a solid connection that you can tighten or loosen as needed. Super stoked to get outside and spend as many nights in the Nachi as I can!

Hi Josh, Any warranty or footprint that comes with this piece?

Josh, I have the same question as Adrian. Just curious about a footprint and the awesome Nemo warranty.

Just bought the tent and did a test run on setting it up. A footprint is not included.

Acabo de comprar la nemo aurora con ustedes desde Panamá, pesaba que eran las mismas tiendas pero viendo bien, esta nachi es mucho mejor y resistente. Los postes Dac y el ripstop siento que la hacen mucho más confiable. Creo que vale pagar el extra por la nachi en vez de la aurora

Hey All, This tent was designed with a 68 denier floor, this beefed-up fabric was intended to not need a footprint at all!

Good day, after your having used this tent, is it capable of possibly using a vestibule to cook in. I have seen that as an option suggested with other tents.

>Rating:

In the Q&A it is said that the Nemo Aurora was used as a template and that you built it to be lighter. Could you provide the differences? It looks like the weight savings could be due to the lack of footprint that comes with the Aurora. Another customer asked why it doesn't come with a footprint and the response was because it is built tough with a 68D material but the Aurora comes with a footprint and 68D flooring.

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¿ cuanta resistencia mm tiene de suelo y pared? solo se informa 1200mm pero no especifica a que

Hey Edgar, ¡Gracias por su pregunta! Esas especificaciones describen las paredes y el piso.

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Does this tent have the built in snaps for the Nemo pawprint?

Hey MJ, This tent was designed to not need a footprint. It does not have built in snaps for the pawprint.

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Where is this tent made?

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Recently bought this tent and was wondering what the guy line is for and how it is used?

Hey Chase, Thank you for your question! The guy lines are attached to the tabs that are on the rainfly. You attach paracord to those tabs and then attach those out to either to trees, the ground, or other surrounding secure items. The guy lines are used to increase stability, ventilation, and space. You could read more about them in this article I found online. https://www.greenbelly.co/pages/how-to-setup-guylines-and-stake-down-a-tent

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Which warranty will this be under? Backcountry or Nemo?

Hey Steven, This will come with a limited Backcountry warranty. If there are production defects at any time we will take it back for an exchange or refund.

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Does this tent include a footprint or can one be bought for it?

Hey Paul, The Nachi tent has a much higher denier fabric along the bottom of the tent, 68D polyester ripstop, PU. This was built into the design to eliminate the need for a footprint. I hope this helps!

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what's the difference between this tent and Aurora 2p ? I see no difference in size or in fabrics. Why is there such a difference in weight ? (4lb 14oz Nachi) vs (5lb 7oz Aurora)

Hey Silver! This tent was designed using the Aurora 2p as the template. We did make modifications in production that would leave our Nachi tent more lightweight and geared to be a versatile backpacking tent. This tent is lighter weight, while not skimping on the details!