Nemo Alti Storm Tent - Footprint, Gearloft, 3-Person, 4-Season
About Nemo Alti Storm Tent - Footprint, Gearloft, 3-Person, 4-Season
Closeouts. If your idea of adventure includes unpredictable weather and harsh mountain elements, then you'll love the unbreakable four-season protection of Nemo's Alti Storm tent, built to withstand heavy snow, high wind and never-ending downpours. Multiple ridge poles continue to the ground for increased strength, multiple guy-out points offer stability, and durable, watertight fabric keeps you and your gear dry.
Specs about Nemo Alti Storm Tent - Footprint, Gearloft, 3-Person, 4-Season
- Seasons: 4-Season
- Capacity: 3-Person
- Packed weight: 11 lb. 14 oz.
- Pack size: 22x7-1/2"
- Peak height: 46"
- Floor dimensions: 113x75"
- Floor area: 53 sq.ft.
- Bathtub floor: Yes
- Tent floor material: 70 denier polyurethane-coated nylon
- Number of doors: 2
- Number of vestibules: 2
- Vestibule area: 32 sq.ft.
- Number of poles: 5
- Tent pole material: DAC aluminum
- Tent wall material: 70 denier ripstop nylon
- Rain fly material: 75 denier polyurethane-coated polyester ripstop
- Stakes: Aluminum
- Stuff sack: Yes
- Footprint included: Yes
- Recommended use: Mountaineering,Backpacking
- Made in Viet Nam
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Pete from Virginia on Wednesday, June 5, 2013This tent is very spacious for a 3P tent and makes a great 2P tent, especially when considering all of the gear that two backpacking hunters can have. It is a little heavy, but when spread between two people the extra weight will hardly be noticeable. Besides, you have to expect a little more weight with a 4-season tent. Some may shy away because of pole sleeves, not clips. However, the sleeves are made to be continuous so the pole stays in its sleeve during setup as it crosses the dome portion--rather unique design. Once the pole is placed in the sleeve, it can't exit until it reaches the opposite grommet. The two doors exit to spacious vestibules for gear and the tent breaths rather well. My first setup was in the wind with my 8yr old helper--very easy to set up.
Now for the true test---8000' on a Wyoming mule deer hunt. I expect no problems here either.