Nemo Dagger 2P Tent

Nemo Dagger 2P Tent

Nemo Dagger 2P Tent is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 12.
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Product Description Item No.   10272203

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
  • Included Accessories: Divvya sack dual-stage, drawstring stuff sack, guy-out cord, repair kit, stakes

- + Product Specifications
Canopy Fabric: 20D Nylon Ripstop
Floor Area: 31 Square Feet
Floor Dimensions: 90 x 50 in.
Floor Fabric: 30D PU Nylon Ripstop
Minimum Trail Weight: 3 lbs 5 oz
Number of Poles: 1
Peak Height: 42 in.
Tent Pole Diameter: 8.5 mm
Tent Pole Material: Aluminum
Ultralight: Yes
Rainfly Fabric: 15D Sil, PU Nylon Ripstop
Weight: 60 oz
Packed Dimensions: 19 x 5 in.
Vestibule Area: 23 Square Feet
Features: Repair Kit Included, Stuff Sack Included, Free Standing, Ultralight, Double Wall, Fast Pitch
Sleep Capacity: 2
Seasons: 3-Season
Number of Doors: 2
Best Use: Backpacking, Camping
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nothing but in love with Dagger 2p I used to drag a 9lb "backpacking" 2 person tent from a "no name" brand throughout my time in the scouts. I couldn't believe how heavy and bulky that thing was. So last year I set off to find my next home away from home. Working at a local outdoor store I fell upon the Nemo brand, didn't know much about them to be honest. So, after quite a bit of research and testing the other competitors for 2 person tents (MSR, BA, etc.), I came to one conclusion. The Dagger 2P is very close to the design of the Hubba Hubba, though the Dagger actually has 2in more head room, is lighter and has more guyout points. Wait?? Doesn't more points mean more stakes...yes it does, but you also get one of the strongest 2P tents. In conjunction with the well designed single piece pole system and 8 stake points, the Dagger is going absolutely no where. Waterproofing for the rain fly and the bathtub bottom is also excellent. Only cons I can think about is that it gets a little weighty after you add extra stakes and the ground tarp. The zippers are a little difficult to work with one handed or in a rush. It's a little hard to get out without soaking your arm and back if the walls are coated in condensation. These are just minor nitpicks to be honest, and may be just my fault. I will tell you now, I've never had another person in the tent with me. From what I can tell you can fit 2 in, but you better be best friends because it's a little tight. In short, you can't go wrong, Nemo has really done well and I can wait to see what adventures I take this on.
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing 3 season tent! This is an incredibly light and tough tent. The vestibule storage has enough space for backpacks, shoes, etc. EXCELLENT CHOICE!
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light, durable and spacious My girlfriend and I used this on our trek of the "O" Circuit through Torres Del Paine in Patagonia and it served us well. We were skeptical about using a 3-season tent as the area is known for high winds but we had no issues. There were times of high anxiety in the middle of the night as the wind ripped through our campsite and I was amazed at how well the tent held up considering the lightweight material. I'm 6'2" and found that it had plenty of room for me, I initally ordered the Hornet 2P but exchanged it for this one as I found the Hornet a bit cramped for my height with my 25L pad + my girlfriend's 20" pad.
Date published: 2016-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The search is over I did as much research on buying a tent as one normally does before buying a house. It's a wonder that most review sites do not put the dagger in the same class as the MSR hubba hubba and the Big Agnes Copper Spur, but it might be because this blows them out of the water. Where to start? It seemed like no detail went overlooked by the designers at Nemo. This tent is refinement at its best. The fabrics are luxurious. The black mesh at the top panel of the tent (as opposed to the greyer mesh side walls) promise the ultimate in night time star gazing. The higher denier bathtub floor is tough and durable. The vertical side walls make the tent spacious and sit-up-able. You will even want to invite your friends inside. The color green will make you happy, period. I don't know who Jake is, but his "feet", little clips on the tent corners, act as ball and sockets so you can set up your poles easily by yourself, in less than 1.5 minutes. Pockets for your headlamp are at your head, instead of on the top of the tent, making light while reading that much better. There is a great amount of vestibule space. The two doors open easily. It's light, SUPER packable, and has the best live to weight ratio I've ever seen. Nemo just makes fantastic tents. I could wax poetic forever and ever. This tent has made me one happy camper. PS. I don't do this myself, but if you're interested in setting up just the fly, you do need to have a footprint for this tent, which is probably the only downside on a list of 1001 upsides. I couldn't figure out how the weight for it adds up in their specs (it seems a little heavy for just the fly, footprint, and poles, but it might be because the footprint is a much heavier denier.)
Date published: 2016-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic ultra light tent We like this tent so much, we have two. Quiet zippers, light weight, jakes feet are sooo nice, light pockets, set it up in the rain under it's own rain-fly works amazingly well. Extra guy out points, paw print is SOO nice when not backpacking. Good ventilation. Just a bit longer so your head and feet dont bump the sides is also fantastic. So much attention to detail...
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from
Date published: 2016-05-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Tent! I purchased this tent after a ridiculous amount of research. It seems like there is no shortage of great tents on the market, and the dagger in my experience belongs at the top of the list. I use the tent for backpacking. It is one of the lightest, easiest tents to pack in its class. It is also the roomier of those I was considering, and clearly built to last. The vestibules provide plenty of room for keeping gear dry and using a stove. The bathtub floor keeps water out. The fly covers very well. And, with all of the guy out points and the clever door vents, condensation is a non issue. Also, while rates as a three season tent, I used mine all through the winter and was very pleased. You cannot go wrong with this tent!
Date published: 2016-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tent So before I decided buy this tent I did an ungodly amount of research. I had always slept in a hammock shelter up to this point. I had narrowed my search down to MSR Hubba NX 2, BA Copper Spur 2 and this tent. I actually knew less about Nemo than the other two companies but looked at Nemo because of a recommendation. I called Nemo and they were more than willing to answer my questions about their products. What finally pushed me to pick Nemo was they had a paw print. When I had told Kendall on the phone that I wanted to switch to tents so my dog could sleep with me, he took the time to educate me on their product to protect the floor from his paws. Since I have had this tent I have been on a few trips. First trip I ended up in one of the worst torrential downpours I have ever camped in. I had no leaks what so ever. I recommend using the extra rope they provide to pull the ends of the rain tarp away from over hanging the base of the tent. That is the only place that in something as bad as that storm would a small amount of water start getting in. The other times I stayed in hi moisture areas and the tent does amazing at controlling the condensation. I fit two full grown men in it and a 50 pound Aussie comfortably. Its a sleek design and fast set up. Top quality material and craftsmanship. Bravo Nemo.
Date published: 2016-02-29
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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!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-08-29
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