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Nemo Galaxi 2 Person

NEMO Galaxi 2 Person is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 20.
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Product Description Item No.   10238981

FEATURES of the Nemo Galaxi 2 Person

  • Nemo innovation and quality at an accessible price
  • Includes luxury details like Light Pockets, Magtie door tiebacks, and footprint
  • Designed for ease of set up (single hubbed pole), ease of use (straight zippers), and durability (grommet anchors)
  • Generous vestibules offer protected entry and dry gear storage. Tie back one or both of the doors, or close both for full protection
  • Mag Tie magnetic door tie-backs make it simple to roll back your door and keep it out of the way
  • Place your headlamp in our Light Pocket with special light diffusing fabric to cast and even glow throughout your tent
  • Personalize your tent with a fun 1 x 5 in Velcro backed NEMO patch
  • Included Accessories: drawstring stuff sack, footprint, guy-out cord, repair kit, stakes
  • Optional Accessories: Pawprint, Gear Loft, Patches
  • One piece hubbed pole set makes set up simple and quick
  • Two large vestibules and doors eliminate jostling for position and gear storage

- + Product Specifications
Tent Rainfly Fabric: 68D PU Polyester Ripstop
Tent Floor Fabric: 70D Nylon PU
Features: Ultralight, Free Standing, Double Wall, Vestibule, Gear Loft Included
Best Use: Backpacking, Camping
Weight: 79 oz
Sleep Capacity: 2
Seasons: 3-Season
Number of Doors: 2
Packed Dimensions: 18 x 6.5 in.
Floor Area: 32 Square Feet
Vestibule Area: 22 square feet
Number of Poles: 2
Tent Pole Diameter: 9 mm
Tent Pole Material: Aluminum
Ultralight: Yes
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Captain Nemo Great tent at a great price. Tent is sturdy and well made and stands up well to the elements.
Date published: 2018-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent purchase for the $$&$ We have had it for about 3 months. Light weight, easy to set up and perfect for two people backpacking. It comes with everything you need so no need to purchase any extras. Last time was used it on a 25 degree night with no problems.
Date published: 2018-04-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from why pay more for this tent This is last years model that is selling everywear for under $200.00 , it a good tent but this is way overpriced
Date published: 2017-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent tent On my first camping trip with this tent, it poured rain for two days straight and I stayed completely dry! Love all the features, especially the double doors. I will probably use this tent mostly for short-distance or car camping, seems a bit too heavy for backpacking.
Date published: 2017-07-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect! My husband and I purchased this a month ago for a camping trip in the UP. It is the perfect size for the two of us - large enough for us to sleep comfortably (especially since I am a restless sleeper) and compact enough for us to backpack. The ease of set up is uncomparable - I have never had an easier tent to set up or take down, for that matter. The tent is great in the weather conditions. It rained one of the nights we were camping and we wouldn't even had known if it wasn't for another camper telling us. All around a great tent!
Date published: 2016-07-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cheap materials, but feature rich Perhaps I am just used to the quality and sturdiness of my old Moss tent, but the materials of this tent really felt overly fragile. There comes a point of diminishing returns in terms of keeping the tent light and affordable. After just one camping trip, the tent stake loops became frayed. Positives: Condensation is not a problem with this tent, and the views it offers in clear weather are fantastic. The tent is easy to set up and is very, very light (though this really isn't a concern of mine). The rainfly offered adequate protection from a great deal of rain, however there is one issue with the design of this tent in terms of weather (see below). Has lots of great features, love the pawprint. Negatives: The vestibule is designed in such a way that it isn't quite large enough to get into the tent while it's raining without some of the rain getting into the tent, and the slope is such that it is difficult to fully unzip from within the tent without essentially crawling out. I did also notice that during periods of heavy rain/wind, rain was splashing up or being blown in under the rainfly - and since it isn't possible to close up any of the interior mesh, water inevitably got into the tent (though not in large enough quantities to cause damage or soak anything through). Even with the rainfly on, I felt oddly exposed in this tent. The tent also does not come with any kind of carrying bag, so the tent, the poles, the steaks, and the footprint are all in separate bags. All in all, not a bad tent. It's best use is for good weather weekends and can stand up to an unexpected afternoon downpour, but I personally prefer shelters that offer a bit more livability and storm-worthiness.
Date published: 2016-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Shelter I used this tent for two years. It is extremely easy to set up and take down, even by yourself! The hubbed poles are sturdy and the pitch is easy to get taut. There is TONS of room in this tent. Plenty for two people (think two 6' 170 lb. humans and a medium dog comfortably) and the vestibules on both sides give plenty of room for gear storage. I would highly recommend this tent to anyone looking for a shelter in this category, although it is a bit heavy for backpacking at around 5 lbs. Durable, sturdy, roomy, highly recommend.
Date published: 2016-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy set-up & great features This tent is a great value for the moderately low price. I bought this tent about 2 months ago, i've gotten to use it about 10 times. Used it in heavy winds in the eastern sierra's and it stood the test, and it was not hard to put together because of the snap system, and also the fact that the poles are all connected. I put it together in probably 5 minutes. It is really simple to do, even in poor wind conditions. I have also had the chance to use it in the rain and it also stands the test there as well. For ultra light packing it is a little bit heavy, but I will gladly carry the extra weight for this guy!
Date published: 2016-03-12
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On other sites this particular tent advertise that the footprint is included. Do you also include the footprint.

Asked by: Mare
Hey there! Yes, this item DOES come with a footprint! Score :)
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2018-02-20

What do you guys think has better vestibule space, the Nemo Galaxi 2p? Or the Marmot Tungsten 2p?

Asked by: Skiutah
This is going to depend on how you like your vestibule space arranged. Looking at the vestibule size just in square feet, the Nemo Galaxi 2P wins with 22 sq ft of vestibule space compared to the Marmot Tungsten 2P's 15 sq ft. Because of the different construction of the tents though, there is a difference in how those vestibules are laid out. The Tungsten 2 vestibules tend to offer more headroom, with the fly coming down at a steeper angle. This reduces the square footage of the vestibule, but does give more room vertically. On the other hand, the fly on the Galaxi 2 extends at a shallower angle, offering more square footage, but a lower roof on the vestibule. In the end, it is going to come down to personal preference - if you'll be mainly using the vestibules for storage, the Nemo Galaxi 2 may be the better option since it will offer more square footage. If you anticipate having to do a lot of maneuvering or changing within the vestibule, the Marmot Tungsten 2 may be the better option, since it will provide more usable vertical space.
Answered by: James
Date published: 2017-10-05
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