MSR Nook Tent

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MSR Nook Tent

$399.95

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This item can only be shipped in the United States. Details

Product Features

Designed to provide comfort for two within the confines of small backcountry sites, the durable and lightweight MSR Nook Tent gets high marks for its comfort to weight ratio.

  • At just over 3 lbs, the Nook tent is ideal for two fast-moving backpackers
  • Single vestibule and door configuration enable the footprint to fit in small back country sites while still adding extra length and width
  • Lightweight body material keeps this tent light and packable
  • Stout geometry is designed to handle light snows and robust winds
  • Durable fabrics and welded reinforcements give the Nook tent the strength to perform in rugged conditions
  • Mesh windows and rain fly vents minimize condensation
  • Add a trekking pole to make the Nook tent fully freestanding

Product Specs

Seasons 3
Capacity 2
Color Moss Green/Gray
Doors 1
Weight 3 lbs 8 oz (1,590 g)
Canopy fabric 20D Nylon Micro Mesh, 20D Ripstop Nylon
Floor fabric 40D Ripstop Nylon, Durashield™ PU coated
Rainfly fabric 20D Ripstop Nylon, Durashield™ PU and Silicone coated
Stuff sack size 20 x 6 in (51 x 15 cm)
Floor dimensions 88 x 50/42 in (240 x 127/107 cm)
Floor Area 28 ft² (2.6 m²)
Vestibule area 6 ft² (0.56 m²)
Maximum height 38 in (0.96 m)

Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

"High quality tent"
I bought this tent for our bike expedition and haven't tested it in the field yet, just set it up once in the park. Nook is a well designed and excellent made tent, lightweight (little more than 3lb) and roomy for one person. It is a little tight for two and I wouldn't recommend it if you are traveling with someone other than your fiancee or a best friend. I like the rain cover color which helps the tent to blend in with it surroundings. The only con I noticed about this tent is that the stakes are missing the pull cords and so are little tough to pull out of the ground.
Rating

Yes, I would recommend this product.

Review by R1fter on 6/18/2013