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    See the world through a tent.

    The Nemo Equipment Inc. Galaxi Tent is the perfect choice for two-person backpacking and camping trips from spring to fall. Nemo built the walls out of no-see-um mesh for much-needed airflow in summer, the fly out of PU-coated polyester ripstop for water-resistant protection you need in rainy spring days, and the floor out of PU-coated nylon for excellent longevity and waterproof protection. Hubbed aluminum poles and clips make for a quick and simple setup.

    The two-person Galaxi also features MagTie magnetic tie-backs to keep the door out of the way, a Light Pocket with special light-diffusing fabric to evenly distribute brightness across the tent, and a repair kit for your convenience. Nemo also includes a stuff sack, stakes, and guy-out cords so you can get out right when you get this tent. 

    • No-see-um mesh walls
    • Nylon floor with PU coating
    • Polyester ripstop fly with PU coating
    • Hubbed aluminum poles
    • Two doors and vestibules
    • Two-person capacity
    • MagTie magnetic door tie-backs
    • Light Pocket
    • Footprint, repair kit, stakes, guy-out cords, and stuff sack included
    • Item #NEM000Y

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [shell] no-see-um mesh, [fly] 68D polyester, PU coating, [floor] 70D nylon, PU coating
    Capacity
    2-person
    Season
    3-season
    Wall Type
    double-wall
    Freestanding
    yes
    Poles
    aluminum
    Pole Attachment
    clips
    Number of Doors
    2
    Number of Vestibules
    2
    Vestibule Space
    22 sq ft
    Ventilation
    no-see-um mesh walls
    Interior Height
    3 ft 4 in
    Floor Dimensions
    54 x 90 in
    Floor Space
    32 sq ft
    Fast-pitch Option
    yes, footprint included
    Trail Weight
    4 lbs 14 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Love this tent!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I did a ton of research before purchasing this tent. My husband and I got it for a trip to the Hoh Rainforest, and we stayed dry in the Nemo. It's easy to pitch, and I love that it cane with a footprint. We've been using this thing 3-4 times a year on backpacking trips, and we're still in love with it. We've had this tent for 4 years now.

    New home away from home

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    We've used this tent for several months in everything from grasslands to high alpine. We've been in thunderstorms with wind, snow, and even hail. It's always kept us safe from the elements. For a backpacking tent, it's pretty roomy inside. It fits two people comfortably, if you're okay with rubbing elbows at night. I also love the low profile brown color.

    The light pockets at the top and gear pockets on the sides are useful. The vestibule would fit a packed backpack and boots well, but spreading your gear out won't do if it's raining or if you're expecting dew.

    Condensation has been a problem for us at the foot and head of the tent. The inside of the fly also gets really wet with condensation, but if you put your jacket on before leaving the inside, it's not much of a problem.

    I would highly recommend this tent as a first or second backpacking tent for a couple or friends comfortable with close personal spaces.

    All around great

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I used this tent for 4 weeks, camping around Iceland in all sorts of conditions. It stood up well to high winds and lots of rain. Set-up and break down were super quick, which was great considering we almost always ended up moving camp on rainy days. Almost of the materials were durable and of good quality--my only issue was the stakes, which took quite a beating when pounded into harder soils. I now have a collection of oddly bent stakes... I would recommend picking up MSR groundhog stakes as a backup. The mag-ties for the doors also aren't that good; they don't keep the doors open very well, but it's a very minor issue. Overall, I highly recommend this tent. I foresee it being very useful in the future; though I do agree with previous reviews in that it is a bit heavy & bulky for backpacking. It's definitely a great option for car camping.

    Solid Tent

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Set up of the tent takes less than five minutes. Nice that it includes the footprint as standard. The star gazing potential with this tent is very good as the design of the poles and the attachments doesn't obscure the peak of the tent as many similar tents do. The reflective material embedded at key points in the tent also makes locating it in the dark much simpler.

    I haven't encountered anything negative to date though you do need to be prepared to crawl in and out of the tent as it is relatively low. I would say that to sleep two in this tent, you need to be either small or very friendly with the other person in the tent.

    Built to last

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I can't say enough great things about Nemo. This is my second Nemo tent, my first one is still in perfect condition, I just like to have a backup for friends who want to adventure with me. The dual door is the only way to go. I love the amount of headroom inside the tent. The dual vestibule is awesome when sleeping two people allowing you to keep your gear outside without worrying about rain or dew. On a clear night the mesh is easy to see through for star gazing. The footprint included is an awesome feature on the galaxi. The light defusing pocket inside makes for awesome night shots of the tent. For the price I recommend this tent to everyone.

    Rain proven

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I don't have anything to add to the other positive reviews, except a comment on rain capabilities. I give it 5 stars because it has met or exceeded my expectations based on how it is advertised and its peers in its price range.

    It seems that every time I use my Nemo, it rains. Light, heavy, long, short. It has kept me dry every time, including the heaviest storm (that wasn't a hurricane) that I've ever lived through, whether in tent or house: an overnight thunderstorm in San Blas, Mexico that poured buckets of water the whole night. The ground couldn't absorb the water and a pool filled around my tent, so much so that the floor of my tent felt like it was a water bed. But the seams held and no water entered.


    I have one con, in case the company is listening: the triangle shaped doors with 2 separate zippers are less functional than single zipper that many (most?) tents have. I'd prefer a single continuous zipper (this would require a slight redesign of the triangle shape).

    Durable and sturdy

      Had an old EMS tent that gave way after 5 years of bike touring. Bought this one hoping to take advantage of a traditional tent design--the kind of tent you don't need a Phd to set up in thick of the night. Ultimately decided on Nemo Galaxi 2. Here's what I like: 1) durable sturdy material built to last(though slightly heavy), 2) vents on vestibule very effective at reducing condensation and easy to use,3) light pocket is genius for dispensing light through the tent us in a head lamp, 4) comfortable houses two grown adults with gear in the vestibule, 5) looks like it could be easily repaired given the simplicity of the design and spare parts sold at Nemo. Solid old school tent

      Durable and sturdy

      Great Little Tent!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      We took this tent into the Olympic rainforest and stayed dry. It's easy to set up, it sleeps 2 comfortably, and it has great ventilation. The ventilation made it a little chilly in colder climates, so make sure you have a good sleeping bag to stay warm! I didn't love climbing in and out of the vestibule- but the vestibule provides plenty of room to store your bag and boots.

      My first modern tent and it rocks!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      ***Inexperience Alert***

      I have been using a 10lb Eureka A-Frame from the 90s for the years that I have been camping. It is a great car camping tent, but not so much for anything else.



      I researched for weeks on end and finally came across this lower price point option from Nemo Equipment. I first heard of Nemo on instagram cause their page is rad. Go check it out.



      A little about the tent after a few uses.

      Pros:

      - Pack size is pretty tiny for a two door tent with this space. It packs smaller than my Therm-a-rest Z lite sleeping pad.

      - Relatively lightweight (>5 lbs)

      - Quality materials

      - Super easy setup (5 min or so by myself)

      - Included footprint!!

      - Awesome bracketed stakes that won't bend as traditional ones do.

      - Huge vestibule space

      - Mag-ties to hold back the door of the tent are awesome and really work better than I thought.

      - Little indication tags that label the features for you.

      - Ability to add paw-print for dogs if you need to.

      - The light rack in the top is rad since it prevents you from being blinded.

      - Hubbed poles are interesting, but make setting it up by yourself easier.

      - Rainfly has good lofted space from interior tent body so you don't get as bad of moisture buildup.

      -Colors are nice and each part is different color to help you identify what is what quickly.





      Cons:

      - The stuff sack is pretty tight tolerance for the items. Initial stuff from factory makes it seems like plenty of room, but I had trouble getting stuff back in again. (could be user error)

      - Not the lightest tent out there for backpacking.

      - It is stuffed as one big roll, so breaking up components into multiple backpacks might be a little harder.



      Unknowns:

      - Rainfly quality in heavy rain.

      - How the pole hub will hold up over time with many uses.

      - If a pole breaks, does whole hub need to be replaced?



      Overall: Bomber backpacking tent. Isn't the lightest, or the smallest, or the least expensive, but it is a perfect combo of all those factors and creates a great all around product.





      My first modern tent and it rocks!

      Built to Last!

      The Nemo Galaxi 2p Tent is the perfect Backpacking tent. The Nemo Galaxi 2p Tent is relatively lightweight, made of durable materials and has performed well for me over the last 6 months. Nemo brings it with their choice of natural colors in a tent! For tactical minded people like me this is awesome. This Nemo Galaxi 2p Tent is put together very well, has great ventilation, space inside and I have had no condensation issues. What is the best part? It comes with a footprint! Almost all other tents you have to buy the footprint separate, but not the Nemo Galaxi 2p Tent! Just awesome. Berz Rating: 95/100

      Killer price, Nemo Quality

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I really like this tent. For the price paid, I don't think there is a better quality tent. I really like the peak height and the length of this tent. Nemo always seems to have livability in mind when they build their tents. No exception here! I am 6'6 and I barely touch the end of the tent. The light dispersing fabric also works really well. Put a head lamp in it and it lights up the tent. The vestibules are really lnice sized and fit a pack easily on each side, plus space to get out. I also really like that the doors have 2 zippers that come together rather than one zipper that goes all the way around the door. This is where a tent usually fails for me is the hard bends on the doors. Nemo solves this by having two zippers meet at the apex of the door. Brilliant. Oh, did I mention that you get a Footprint too!? Killer quality, and awesome deal.