Nemo Equipment Is Your New Favorite Backcountry Outfitter

A look at the outdoor retailer's 2018 lineup

By Tanner Garrity

 
Nemo Equipment Is Your New Favorite Backcountry Outfitter
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06 February 2018

Finding Nemo products we love doesn’t take much effort. The award-winning New Hampshire-based backcountry outfitter prefers not to stinge on quality … or transparency.

And they've been doing it for 15 years. Whether you're looking to upgrade your tent or sleeping pad, or overhaul your entire wigwam, trust they've got you covered with dependable gear, all priced affordably. 

The brand is up to its usual tricks with this 2018 line, an adventure assembly of ultralight mountaineering tents, breathable sleeping bags and deep-reclining camp chairs.

Below, a few of our favorites. But be sure to check out the full 2018 lineup right here 

Losi Backpacking Tent
Not looking to bonk the noggin every morning? Look no further. New for 2018 is a four-person version of the Losi, a tent that offers a whole lot of headspace for its light, roll-up capability, not to mention smart features like light pockets (your headlamp just became a tent lantern) and gear storage vestibules.

MORE INFO HERE

Disco Down Sleeping Bag
Talk about thoughtful product-construction. Considering a vast majority of folks don’t sleep mummy-style through the night, Nemo created a sleeping bag with extra side-space for elbows, knees and those inevitable position shifts. Comes with a vented, water-resistant outer-layer and handy pillow pocket, too. Pair it with Nemo's new Vector field insulated sleeping pad and you've got a sleep system all your camp buddies will envy. 

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Stargaze Recliner Chair
We've written about these bad boys before, but they're worth mentioning again. This chair swings and reclines. It’s summer porch comfort, brought to whatever dusty hinterland you stumbled upon. Available in Luxury, Regular and Low, the rocking (or reclining) motion occurs up in the mesh of the chair, while the sturdy aluminum frame below can be set down in rocky, sandy or muddy terrain. 

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