NEMO Kodiak Tent
2 Person, 3+ Season
NEMO Kodiak Tent Details
For mid to late season hunts this expedition tent boasts a uniquely versatile 3/4-season design and minimal packed weight. A large vestibule with tapered profile maximizes gear storage and holds tight in prevailing winds and blowing snow. Tub floor construction guarantees a dry tent no matter how wet the ground is. Double-wall construction keeps condensation at bay in humid conditions.
- Minimum Weight (lb, oz-kg): 3 lb , 12 oz / 1.71 kg
- Packed Weight (lb, oz-kg): 4 lb , 3 oz / 1.9 kg
- Packed Size (in-cm): 19.5 x 6.5 in diameter / 50 x 16 cm diameter
- Peak Height (in-cm): 44 in / 111.76 cm
- Floor Dimensions (in-cm): 82 x 50/41 in / 208.28 x 127.635/104.14 cm
- Floor Area (sq f - sq m): 26.0 sq ft / 2.4 sq m
- Vestibule Area (sq ft- sq m): 8.0 sq ft / 0.7 sq m
- Canopy Fabric: 20D Polyester Ripstop/ No-See-Um Mesh
- Floor Fabric: 30D PeU Nylon Ripstop (3000 mm)
- Rainfly Fabric: 15D Sil/PeU Nylon Ripstop (1200 mm)
- Tent Pole Description: 1 Hubbed Aluminum DAC Featherlite® NSL 9.6+9mm pole / 1 Aluminum DAC Featherlite® NSL 9mm pole
- Includes 6 Nemo Y Tent Stakes: 0.55 oz / 15.59 g per stake
- Includes repair kit, interior light pocket, and Divvy Sack
How It's Built
- Material: Other
- Weight: 60oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
I used the Kodiak tent for late summer through the fall. Initially it got tested with wind and rain storms in the White Mountains of NH while getting ready for a fall elk hunt. Easy to put up and use. For the fall hunt the tent worked well especially when it snowed and I was able to vent the tent without the worry of snow getting blown up under the fly. As with any tent think about what you are carrying in and for how long. I would have needed a larger tent for another hunter. Used from 75 deg. to down in the teens without an issue.
I used this on a fishing trip in Alaska for 5 days in August with varying temps and was able to stay warm and when it wasn't cold it ventilated incredibly well. I used it last week also in Colorado on 20 degree evenings and again it was perfect with the Scout 30 bag. I am particular about a combination of weight and comfort and this stuff hits it on the head. I am glad Nemo jumped on making gear specific to backcountry hunting, when you see the features you understand quickly the advantages of this over standard gear.