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Gogo LE Tent by NEMO is the same proven shelter as Gogo, but with an extra 6" of length in the tail and an additional zippered entry on the side. The extra overall length compared to Gogo means you've got 10 feet of interior length to share with your pack. If you store your pack in the nose of the shelter, blocking the main doorway, the second door provides a quick escape without having to move your pack. The side door also gives you an easy way to peek out and check the weather, access gear you've left outside or add ventilation. Gogo LE comes with the Integrated Pump, a watertight stuff sack, stakes, and a repair kit.
FEATURES of the Nemo Gogo LE 1 Person Tent
The benefits of AST include faster setup, greater strength and wind resistance, easy field repair, and small pack size
Inflates in seconds from outside or inside so you can stay dry when the weather turns foul
Gogo LE's side door combines with the front door for maximum accessibility and ventilation
Swallowtail patterning at the foot end allows you to tension the bivy over your sleeping bag with no extra guy lines or stakes
Included Accessories: Dry bag style stuff sack, Integrated Pump, stakes, guy-out cord repair kit
Rated 4 out of
Great Product. Horrible colors.I own the Shield version of the Nemo Gogo (Gogo SE) and I love it. The color is "alpha green". I would buy another, and reccomend them to friends if I could buy more. Sadly Nemo does not offer these tents in subdued colors anymore. I do not want any of my tents to be in bright fluorescent colors. Please offer more color options in subdued earth tones like you did in your Shield line.
Date published: 2014-03-06
Rated 5 out of
Light and SturdyThis tent has made my outdoor adventures exponentially more enjoyable. It is lightweight and packs down incredibly small. The air beam design eliminates poles, which saves on weight and makes your pack happy. It is actually much more roomy inside than I imagined, and I don't feel claustrophobic at all. Wonderful product!
Date published: 2014-03-18
Rated 4 out of
Treeline Ecologist from
this morning did not go well.I can't complain about the price I got it for (*somebody* gave us a bunch of these to test when my unit was in Afghanistan in 2010), but the one design flaw I keep running into is condensation. I've brought this thing everywhere, from hiking in the Alps, to the Hindu Kush. the tent appears to be geared toward arid climates, be they cold or hot. I've used it rather heavily in the last five years, but every time I bring it to a place that is cool and damp, or has even the slightest chance of encountering condensation, I have a really hard time staying alive. in 2013, I was alone on a caribou hunt near Deadhorse, and my gear was so soaked from the night's drippings that I had to turn back. the latest condensation-related catastrophe happened this morning, when I woke at 4:50 to discover my tent so soaked that it had partially collapsed, drenching all of my gear, and forcing me to flee to my friend's nearby tent, in nothing but my rainbow-colored boxer shorts, through a forty-knot gale.
On that note, I will say I am extremely impressed with how it handles gale-force winds.
So if you live in a windy, dry region of earth, this is your rig. If you still want to get one of these tents, but like hanging out in places that are utterly insane, then I suggest that you get a bivy sack for your sleeping bag, and make sure that everything in the tent with you can afford to be moist when you wake up in the morning.
Date published: 2015-05-10
Rated 5 out of
Solid TentI purchaced my GoGo LE a little over a year ago off Promotive for the 2013 hiking season. Couldn't be more impressed with its performance. Its super easy to set up, after you master the swallow tail stick method (a little cord tied off will make it extra taunt). You can set up in very confined places. I went with the LE over the GoGo Elite as it has a side entrance, which is much easier to get into. You can have gear already in the tent while your sliding in without having to pull it in behind you, which would be a huge pain. Your pack will have ample room at the head and still give you enough length even for a tall person.The tent will do just fine in the winter. Since it is so small your body heat will make the inside nice and toasty. I took it on a splitboarding trip in the Mammoth High Country and got 6in of snow over night, I stayed perfectly warm (had a Versalite 10deg Western Mounteering bag). The only issue, which is bound to happen with such a small tent and snow, is my bag was resting against the walls causing the foot of my bag to get pretty damp. Next time I would put a trash bag over the foot which isnt a bad idea for any night. If your bag is super lofty which my new one is, you might want to explore options with more space at the foot. I've read that people are worried about the air beam system puncturing or breaking.....trust me this is the last thing that is going to break on this tent. Sometimes fabric will get stuck in the zippers, just be careful with them and you should have no issue. Thats really all I got, other than I just bought a Obi 1 Elite which I am super stoked to use. There is a picture attached.
Date published: 2014-06-10
Rated 4 out of
Light and strong, but still a bit tight for spaceI have used this for solo mountaineering trips when the weather calls for strong winds or light snow. It does the job, strong and water-proof. It is uncomfortable to cook in and the bottom of your sleeping bag will be wet. However, the tent is very strong. I usually stake it down with a combination of ice axes/poles/buried stuff sacks and it holds well. It has a lot of the downsides of a bivy in bad conditions, but you can cook inside, spread out maps, and feel less claustrophobic. There are probably better options for bike tours and summer camping. But, for mountaineering in mild conditions it can be a great kit.
Date published: 2012-09-02
Rated 5 out of
so small and easy to pack/unpackthis thing is small WOW! very quick and easy to put the tent and roll it back; perfect for a motorcycle-enduro adventure;
Date published: 2010-02-20
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