The Gear Junkie Puts Pentalite Through the Rigors of Patagonia

pentalite_web[1]T.C. Worley from The Gear Junkie puts Pentalite through the rigors of the Wenger Patagonian Expedition Race. Here are a couple of paragraphs from his review: “One piece of gear I had not even used until the trip, the NEMO Pentalite Tent, proved to be a worthy choice. The tarp-style ?backcountry pyramid” is marketed as an ultralight backpacking tent. Without a doubt, the weight, or lack thereof, was a major reason for choosing this tent. At 3 lbs., 5 oz., the Pentalite would be light in the pack, though large enough, with 77 sq. feet of floor space, to house two adventure filmmakers, myself and our collective gear.” “…But as with other NEMO tents we have tested, the Pentalite is well made and slick for its intended job. Overall, I am impressed by the design and build quality from NEMO. For those seeking a light, roomy tent for serious minimal and fast-and-light adventures, the Pentalite should be on your short list.” To read the full story, click here.

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