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Meta 2 Person Tent
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As winner of the 2010 Backpacker Editor’s Choice Award, the waterproof Nemo Meta 2 Person Tent is a great choice for backcountry minimalists. Its trekking pole design cuts excess materials, helping the Meta 2 dip down to 2 lbs 25 oz. on the trail. Constructed with ultralight 20D PU coated nylon ripstop fabric and fortified with well designed anchor points, the Meta from Nemo offers durability without having to carry tent poles. Interior pockets help organize essentials and four mesh vents keep the fresh backcountry breeze flowing freely. If you look to pack light for fast travel, the Nemo Meta Trekking Pole Tent is your answer.
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REVIEWED BY: N/A 2014-06-03
"I've only tried this out once, but had great success with it. The only downside it that it wouldn't work well in an area where you can't drive stakes into the ground. I had a downpour while I was in the tent, and while there was condensation buildup, and a tiny tiny amount of drips from saturation, it was hardly noticeable. Also, contrary to some other tall folks complaining about the height of the side from your head, I'm 6' 3" and when I had the sides pulled taut, there was no problem with this"
Nemo Meta 2 Person Tent
REVIEWED BY: CHRIS 2011-02-03
"Though some gram-counters may say this is a bit heavy for a single walled trekking pole tent, once you set it up you see where the weight is going and can really appreciate it. The thicker walls allow for better performance in lousy weather and it's a dancehall inside. There's a little lost space towards the edges, but this is inevitable and overall it's a nice angle to balance between not having the tent buckle in high winds and maintaining space inside. Super duper."