The Nemo Dagger 2P Tent is an ultralight tent for backpacking with two. You choose whether your hiking partner is a dog or a human. The Dagger strikes a balance between weight at 3 lbs 5 oz and space at 31 sq ft. The freestanding structure pitches quickly and when you clamber inside you can go right to sleep or sit up playing cards. There is plenty of head room to make the space functional from a sitting position. The dual doors and dual vestibules make it simple to keep gear separate and dry.
FEATURES of the Nemo Dagger 2P Tent
The one tent wonder-enjoy roomy backpacking, cozy camping, and everything in between
Trapezoidal vestibule creates more area and volume for storage than any other tent in its price and weight category
Due to the high position of the hubs, the dagger 2P has more livable interior space than the best selling tents in its category
Two doors and two generous vestibules eliminate awkward entries/exits and provide ample gear storage
Overhead Light Pockets use special light diffusing fabric to cast an even glow throughout the tent
New dual-stage stuff sack fits the tent and poles or adjusts smaller to faux further compress the tent and split the load
15D Nylon (1200 mm) fly fabric
Inner tent has a built-in privacy panel for extended coverage and security
Repair Kit Included, Free Standing, Double Wall, Ultralight, Fast Pitch, Stuff Sack Included
Number of Doors:
Rated 5 out of
Love it!This tent is a nice balance between livability and weight. For me it came down to this vs. the Hubba Hubba. After lying down in the Dagger I'm real glad I have the extra 6 inches in length. I'm 6'2"+ and the competition would have required some angulation it would seem. This tent is very much at home in Haleakala crater!
Date published: 2015-12-23
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Can this be dry pitched? ie pitch the fly firstthen attach the tent underneath.
Asked by: El Verdado
Hiya, thanks for your question! Yes! This tent can be dry pitched... but it will take a little finagling. You would need to remove the Jakes Feet, the plastic connectors (in lieu of grommets), from the corners of the tent and attach them to the corners of the footprint. The poles and rain fly can be attached to the foot print and the tent body can then be set up under the rain fly. Hope this helps!