The wonderful part is trying to figure out how you have done without this tent for so long. Don’t think about it too hard and just enjoy.
Nemo is a small company located in New Hampshire. So far they only build tents and sleeping pads but everything these guys produce are packed with great ideas. What company do you know tests the no-see-um netting on their tents for visibility and air flow? I don’t know of anyone other than Nemo.
The Nemo Losi is ideal for backpacking trips, river trips, car camping, or even just setting it up in the backyard for an under the stars overnight.
The Losi 3 Person Tent is exceptional. Near vertical tents walls make for a very roomy tent – floor space and head space. The poles are super easy to attach and the tent pitches in no time at all. The Lost comes with a cool pocket organizer for the inside of the tent and it has a neat little white panel on it… It is a light diffuser that you put your headlamp into and the light becomes a nice glow inside the tent versus blinding your tent partner with headlamps shining all over the place. There are two doors for easy in and easy out with two large vestibules on the fly. The poles attach to the tent with Jake’s Foot Corner Anchor System (a ball and socket system that makes setup simple. You can leave the tent at home and use only the fly, poles, and footprint for an “on the fly” configuration for an incredibly lightweight protection option.
The roll-up stuff sack that everything goes into is great also. A section for the tent and fly, a section for the poles and stakes, a glow in the dark star chart and compression straps on the outside. It is a very nice and tidy package.
The Nemo Losi comes in this 3 person version (shown) and a 2 person version.
Capacity – 3, Minimum weight – 5 lbs 15 oz, Floor Area – 50 sq. ft.,