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NEMO Losi 3P Tent
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NEMO Losi 3P Tentis rated4.7273out of5by11.
Rated5out of5byTall MarkfromBest backpacking tent I have ownedI've owned this tent for 4 years and have had no trouble with it. I'm 6'7" and my son is about 6'3", and I had trouble finding a long tent. The vertical walls help a lot, and I have a few inches to spare at my feet and head. We both fit fine and with all of our gear if we have to. I was nervous about the Jake's feet at first, but they always stay secure and make setting up the tent easier by not slipping out. The only hesitation I had was the price, but after the first trip I was over that. I also like the way the bag organizes things and everything is easy to find in the dark. I thought the bag was silly and a waste of weight at first, but now I really like it. I have used it in the Rockies, Isle Royal in a horrible rainstorm, and all over the AT and down South. I even take it car camping even though I have a 10X10.
Date published: 2014-04-11
Rated5out of5byMonthly CamperfromFantastic Tent!I bought the Nemo Losi 3P this past February and have used it several times since. The most recent was two weekends ago. We received about two inches of rain during the night and the winds were around 40mph. I stayed absolutely dry all night long. First of all this tent is a cinch to set up with one person. Five minutes max. Two people obviously quicker. The Jake's feet can be a little trying when taking down as sometimes you have to fanagle the clips to unclip, but that's minor. It has held up fantastically in all weather. My son and I will be sharing this tent next summer when we go to Philmont, so we'll each be carrying about 3 lbs each and that's not too bad given the interior size of it. This tent will be a lot of room for the two of us. Yes, it can hold three people quite nicely too. The vestibules are nice sized for storing backpacking gear. I did have to purchase extra tent stakes as it did not come with enough for all the corners, vestibules and guy lines. I'm not sure why it did not come with enough. Anyway, the gear bag in the front of the tent is great for storing your flash lights, cell phone, etc. Since there aren't any external vents on the rain fly, condensation can accumulate, but it's not too bad. This tent is well worth the money and I love it.
Date published: 2013-10-11
Rated4out of5byNWPhilfrommight as well call it a 4 person tentas the title says, this is an oversized 3 person tent you can fit four people inside with no problems. With that said, it takes a lot of room, which can become a problem while alpine backpacking. Not light, but for sure witha lot of room - too much for two people IMHO. Just wish they had been so space generous with the 2pp model.
The fly design it's a bit off too.
Other than that, very easy to setup, but did not like the provided roll-up bag
Date published: 2013-09-02
Rated3out of5byWhopperfromQuirkyThe best part of this tent is the interior. It's huge, and you can sit up straight almost all the way to the walls. The included gear loft is also great for organizing things, and I really like the light diffuser pocket for spreading light around the whole tent.
It does have a few quirks, most of which I see as cons to varying degrees:
--the "door" in the rain fly is fairly small, and hard to fit through without brushing up against it and bringing more water in...unlike in the photos, which are actually of the 2P version, it is divided into three sections instead of two so you have a small slice in the middle to navigate through.
--the doors of the tent itself are angled inward slightly, and the top of the fly's door does not overhang the tent at all, which means that when the fly is open most or all of the way up, water goes directly into the tent. As mentioned above, the door is small and usually needs to be opened this far to get in, so going in and out in the rain becomes a production.
--I'm not a big fan of the "Jake's feet" used as attachment points, both because they can be hard to un-clip from the fly/footprint when they're wet or dirty and because there's a lot of plastic involved (both on the feet and on the fly/footprint clips to them) that I would worry about breaking. There isn't really a good way to repair them in the field, so you could be SOL.
--the attachment points for the ends of the poles that go above the door are also thin plastic that I worry about breaking; these poles are not essential to the tent staying up but it would be annoying.
--this tent takes a little while to set up--not forever, but longer than it has to, I feel. Sometimes the poles jump out of the "Jakes feet" while you're setting it up, so you have to go put them back in.
--the roll-up organizer for the tent is a nice touch, but I only use it for storing the tent and for car camping; you probably don't want the extra bulk/weight it adds if you're backpacking.
HUGE BONUS POINTS have to go to Nemo's customer service people, though. I bought my tent as a demo model that had a broken pole section, and Nemo sent me a new one for free, no questions asked. They seem like a really great company in general.
Final verdict: This is a pretty good tent, especially in dry weather, that could be even better. If your main priority is space, this is definitely a tent to look at; if not, there might be some out there that are a little less quirky.
Date published: 2013-08-01
Rated5out of5byBigManWalking999fromAwesome Tent, A Real Three-Person TentI bought this tent to hike with my wife,daughter, and my dog. The paw-print keeps your sleeping pads protected and creates a soft surface on the bottom of the tent. I purchased the foot-print, but have barely used it to save weight while backpacking. If my dog comes with me, I bring the paw-print, otherwise I leave it at home to save weight. Love the bright green color and having two entrances/exits. Lots of pockets to store stuff. Everything clips in perfect, love the lightweight stakes. I love how everything clips in and locks (rain fly, poles into the tent, paw-print, foot-print). Very well designed. I do not use the case for the tent backpacking, but it does keep everything well contained when you are storing the tent. Great product, used my dividend to get this tent, definitely worth the money if you are looking for a three-person tent that actually can hold three people.
Date published: 2013-07-29
Rated5out of5bySebfromCan't imagine a better tentLet me start off by saying that the only reservation you should have about purchasing this tent immediately is the price. If you're not used to lightweight tents, the material you see here may seem cheap or flimsy. But rest assured, this thing is very durable and well built. All the details are well thought out and designed. It's waterproof, insect proof thanks to the tight meshing, relatively lightweight (althought I did purchase and highly recommend the footprint and pawprint for added comfort), and to top it off it looks amazing. Another one of my favorite features is the rollup bag that makes packing it a breeze. I don't know why I don't see this feature more often, it's brilliant. I've had this tent for more than 3 years now and it has held up exceptionally well. I can tell that I will get countless years of great use out of it.
Date published: 2013-06-18
Rated5out of5bycaz22fromMakes all the other tents feel badI am in love with this tent! I waited a very long time to snag it at a decent price...and the second I saw it on sale BOOM! My second house was bought. Super easy to set up. First time I took it out took me about 7 minutes to figure it out and throw it up. It was during an Alaska summer too, so it was also a nice chance to check out how dry it was. 5 days of straight rain, and not a drop. Condensation...none. Comfortable...too comfortable. Roomy enough for my gear, girlfriend, and our lab. I'm also very fond of the wrap that it stores in...everything about the setup screams high quality. Even the tent stakes are prime.
All and all, this is easily my favorite piece of equipment.
Date published: 2013-05-26
Rated5out of5byOso FlojofromPerfect 3-man tent for a big guy + 2I'm 6'5", and broad-shouldered, and this tent has plenty of room for me, my 9-year-old daughter, and my wife (5'5", 120 lbs.) We took this up to the Chisos Basin in Big Bend National Park, and the ventilation really impressed me. We kept the fly on even though it was dry to help with the 15mph wind (the tent didn't budge, and the fly didn't flap at all--bonus!). There was enough air movement to feel comfortable with bedtime temperatures in the 70s and no condensation with morning temperatures in the low 40's. The roll-up stuff sack is easy to use and packs easily (stakes and all) into my 60L Osprey pack with plenty of room for the rest of my gear. I love this tent.
Date published: 2013-04-08
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