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Mountain Hardwear Nimbus UL 2-Person Backpacking Tent

Mountain Hardwear Nimbus UL 2-Person Backpacking Tent

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Product title: Mountain Hardwear Nimbus UL 2-Person Backpacking Tent
SKU: ACT_MHNIMBUSUL02_22S-Undyed

Heavy packs are no fun—neither is getting soaked by rain or bitten by bugs. The Mountain Hardwear Nimbus UL 2-Person Backpacking Tent solves the dilemma with a streamlined design and sil-nylon fly for full protection.

  • Lightweight tent for rock climbing, backpacking/hiking, & camping
  • Unique canopy-to-pole attachment system improves compressibility for easy packing
  • 3/4 mesh canopy for star view with mapped solid canopy for dust & wind management
  • Double dry entry vestibules offer plenty of gear storage
  • Pre-bend pole design improves headroom and interior space
  • Mesh doors with dual sliders & quick stash for easy exit and entry
  • Industry leading DAC Featherlight NFL poles
  • Reinforced webbing corners reduce tent weight
  • High quality DAC J-Stakes included
  • Free of flame-retardant chemicals, this tent may not adhere to CPAI084
  • Lifetime manufacturer warranty against defects in materials or workmanship

Technical Specifications

Capacity1 - 2 people
Pitch TypeFreestanding
Number of Doors1
Number of Vestibules1
Number of Poles1
Interior Height41"
Tent Floor Area28.1 ft2 (2.6 m2)
Vestibule Floor Area7.7 ft2 (0.7 m2)
Packed Size6" x 12" (15 cm x 30.5 cm)
Packed Weight2 lbs. 4.6 oz / 1037 g
Minimum Weight2 lbs. / 920 g
Canopy15D Nylon Mesh | 15D Ripstop Nylon (100% Nylon)
Fly Material20D SIL/SIL 1200MM Nylon Ripstop (100% Nylon)
Floor Material30D Nylon Ripstop 1500MM (100% Nylon)
PolesDAC Featherlight NFL
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  • MM
    Mark M.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    4 months ago
    Lightweight miracle

    Tent is shockingly lightweight and I can't imagine going back to using a heavier tent for backpacking. Be careful with wind direction (align along length of the tent rather sides) and guy wires are your friends for stability.

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