The Nemo Bungalow 4P Tent brings abundant interior space, ease and dependability to a tent big enough for the family or luxury for two.
The 4 person camping version of the award winning Losi series with bomber construction, more room, affordability and the livability you would expect from a NEMO tent.
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The Bungalow 4P is Nemo’s redesign of its old Asashi tent, the largest in the company’s Losi line. It is large enough for family car camping and light enough for canoe or rafting trips where size and weight aren’t going to be a huge issue. The freestanding design enables you to set up the tent and then move it around your chosen campsite to find the optimal rock and root-free position.
The main structure has one large oval door with a curved zipper line on each side. Some people prefer having a door on each side of the tent to ease midnight exits, but the single door’s dual zipper system is wide enough to allow occupants to enter and exit from each side without stepping on one another. The floor plan allows for four full-length pads and sleeping bags, plus four small packs. The ceiling even has a couple of of nifty opaque pockets to place headlamps for ambient lighting.
The vestibule is a good size for leaving dirty boots and larger packs, but there is the option of purchasing the Bungalow garage (sold separately) if you want more storage or living space. Always a good idea in case the weather turns bad, but the tent itself is high enough to sit up in without touching the top.
- Reviewed by BasecampGear
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