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Nemo Equipment Espri Ultralight Backpacking Tent

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  • 2-person ultralight backpacking tent with sturdy and spacious features
  • Winner of Women's Adventure Magazine Editor's Choice Award
  • Fully seamtaped and waterproof; mesh inner tent
  • Modular vestibule system; standard vestibule plus optional trekking pole vestibule; Anodized DAC Featherlite NSL poles
  • Weighs 3 pounds, 7 ounces; 28 square foot area; 40 inch interior height
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Winner of Women's Adventure Magazine Editor's Choice Award, the Espri 2P Ultralight Backpacking Tent gives up nothing in terms of interior volume, sturdiness, features, top-shelf fabrics, and hardware. The mesh inner tent is perfect for stargazing, and thanks to innovative hardware, the fly can be attached in seconds when unexpected weather rolls in. The Espri 2P utilizes our modular vestibule system so you can choose between the included ultralight fly door, standard vestibule, or the optional trekking pole vestibule depending on your desired balance of weight and space. Includes anodized DAC Featherlite NSL poles, ultralight fly door, standard vestibule, gear loft, stuff sack, stakes, and repair kit. Optional footprint, Pawprint, Gear Caddy, and trekking pole vestibule are available separately.

Features:

  • Winner of Women's Adventure Magazine Editor's Choice Award
  • Ultralight backpacking tent
  • Sturdy with full features, top-shelf fabrics, and hardware
  • Fully seamtaped and waterproof
  • Mesh inner tent
  • Fly can be attached in seconds
  • Modular vestibule system; standard vestibule plus optional trekking pole vestibule
  • Anodized DAC Featherlite NSL poles
  • Ultralight fly door
  • Gear loft; stuff sack, stakes, repair kit included
  • Optional footprint, Pawprint, Gear Caddy, trekking pole vestibule available separately

Specifications

  • Weight: 3 pounds, 7 ounces
  • Area: 28 square feet
  • Vestibule Area: 9 square feet
  • Capacity: 2 person
  • Packed Weight: 4 pounds, 10 ounces
  • Interior Height: 40 inches
  • Packed Dimensions: 18 by 7 inches

About Nemo Equipment
In 2002, Cam Brensinger incorporated Nemo Equipment, Inc with the intention of bringing high-level design and engineering to the outdoor industry. Only two months later, following his graduation, Cam moved Nemo into an historic mill in Nashua, NH. A quick drive from both New Hampshire's White Mountains and the great design and business resources available from connections at RISD and MIT, Nashua was the perfect location to establish the company headquarters. Much of the first year was spent learning how to sew and pattern and developing Nemo's AirSupported Technology. Tents were chosen as Nemo's first product line because Cam saw the opportunity to bring significant new innovation to the market and knew that successfully revolutionizing tents would give Nemo the credibility to move into new product lines in the future.

Since then, Nemo has won many awards in the outdoor industry, including Gear of the Year from Outside Magazine for the Losi 3P tent. Nemo contributes it's success to the brand's vision to be the leading source of product innovation for outdoor recreation and survival while using creativity to inspire respect for the planet, a love of adventure, and a love of the people and places that make adventure possible.

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Espri 2P Ultralight Backpacking Tent

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 10 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0035ENOSI
  • Item model number: 2807
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Backpacker on September 6, 2011
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This tent is made for backpacking. While camping in Shawnee national forest the tent stayed relatively warm during 20 degree nights. And while camping in Valentine the tent stayed dry during 100 degree days with 60 degree nights. The tent is plenty light for backpacking and easily fits inside of the included stuff sack. Set-up is a extremely easy and I can usually accomplish a set up or tear down in under 5 minutes. When camping at above tree-line in the wind river range the tent held up to strong winds and rain; and if needed the tent plenty of guy out points.I am 6' 2" and can lay almost completely straight in the tent. As far as two person, the tent easily sleeps me and my pack but without the vestibule the tent would not fit packs and two people.

Nit picks,
The tent floor is rather thin and the foot print is no better
Zippers on tent body feel rather flimsy but I have no reason to doubt them as of yet.
The swivel on the poles also feels rather flimsy but again I have no reason to doubt it.
In North Dakota when temperature swung from 80 to 38 condensation formed on the inside of the tent however the rain fly was on.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Brian Grzymkowski on April 27, 2013
It has one or two shortcomings, but overall this tent comes highly recommended for backpacking trips. I have used it through some very windy, rainy, and cold nights, so I feel I can give it a fair assessment.

Pros:

- It's lightweight and compact, yet it stands sturdy and holds firmly when set up properly. Compresses like a champ in a compression sack (less the poles and stakes).
- Zip off door and small vestibule offer some customization depending on your needs. Additional items offered separately offer even more.
- Quick set up time. The jake's feet and pole structure are great. Not a big learning curve for using them at all. Remember black poles go in the back and you're good to go.
- Holds up very well to both high wind and heavy rain.

Cons:

- While certainly well constructed, the tent material is definitely thin. The floor in particular and area around the zipper are the primary concern. The separate footprint helps, but it has the same core issue.
- Because the material is so thin, there has been a number of times where I have had to very carefully coax part of the rainfly back out of the zipper. Not fun when it's pouring. No holes to speak of, but it does call for some extra care.
- I have experienced a bit of condensation here and there, but that is the trade off for some ventilation in the rear of the tent. It also depends which entry system you are using. I opted to spring for the extras, so I also have the trekking pole vestibule, the pawprint, the foot print, and the gear loft.

I have had 2 adult males in the tent twice. One of those times included 2 therm-a-rest airpads. It can be done, but the trekking pole vestibule is a must if 1-2 packs will also be on hand.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carla Izzo on May 16, 2014
I bought this on sale through backcountry.com around Christmastime, happy that I could get it for $124. I guess you get what you pay for. This tent is cumbersome to set up, leaks condensation everywhere, and unless it is perfectly calibrated, the rain fly is useless. Took the tent on 2 winter camping trips in the Adirondack Mountains in New York; while it performed fine in dry, snowy conditions, it failed miserably in early spring, when everything was starting to melt. I woke up to the rain fly flapping slightly in the breeze, spraying condensation all over my sleeping bag. While it wasn't raining or snowing, there was a gap in the rain fly (the rain fly just barely covers the mesh sides of the tent) that I could see would be a HUGE problem later on in the year. Also, the rain fly is cumbersome to attach, and the pole in the front (to create a sort of "overhang" with the fly over the door of the tent) wouldn't even fit in its' grommets. The tent also feels like it is made of garbage bags and will rip with the first stick or rock it encounters.

I returned the tent for store credit and bought a Kelty Grand Mesa 2....it weighs more but is a cinch to set up, has a good-quality fly with buckle attachments, and is overall a better value for your money.
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