Award Winner - Rock and Ice Best In Gear (BIG) Award
The Tenshi 2 Person Tent by Nemo. Alpine-style ascents require your gear to be as versatile as your abilities. Use Tenshi at base camp with all the comfortable features, and cache them as you move up the mountain. Start with a cavernous vestibule, removable insulated floor, and condensation curtain, and reach high camp with a 4 lb. shelter that fits on the smallest of ledges. The recipient of several awards, including"Editor's Choice" from Climbing, and"Best In Gear" from Rock and Ice,"Editor's Choice" from Backcountry Magazine, Tenshi is the clear choice for high altitude adventure.
FEATURES of the Nemo Tenshi 2 Person Tent
Sleep Tight Anchor Transfer (STAT) provides a waterproof, convenient, and direct method of transferring an anchor into the tent when pitched on narrow ledges or other high exposure areas
Innovative Condensation Curtain helps keep moisture created by normal breathing contained in a small portion of the tent. Remove frost and condensation by detaching Velcro tabs from tent and shaking off moisture
Overhead vents allow for air circulation. Pressure Porting on the largest two overhead vents help reduce forces on the seams during high winds
Rear window promotes air circulation and doubles as an escape hatch
Rated 5 out of
Nemo tents RockI have the side-opening version of this tent that Nemo used to make and it has been AWESOME. This model is basically a Black Diamond Firstlight and I like the change to the end entry: it makes it easier to use on a narrow snow platform or ledge. I've used my Nemo on several climbing trips and it's stood up to storms, snows, and wind like a champ. Nemo quality is fantastic- as good as anything by any of the top-end brands. But their tent designs and materials are SO light. People should support this brand so that ultralight tents keep getting made with this level of quality. Currently I'm lusting after a Meta 2p for summer backpacking. Nemo forever!
Date published: 2013-01-03
Rated 5 out of
Great all seasons 1 person tentThis is my second Nemo tent. I really enjoy the quality and the design. Quite heavy. Needs some practice to set up. Used it up to 7K meters. Good for 1 person and stuff. If you gonna use it with someone else, you'll need a vestibule for your climbing equipment. The best one I ever used at high altitudes.