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Nemesis Pro 300

    The Nemesis is a classic geodesic construction with 5 crossover nodes for free standing all-season stability, increased further by the use of Gothic Arch poles on the porch structure. Designed specifically for winter camping and adverse weather conditions, however is ideal for explorers looking for an incredibly stable shelter. Already an extremely effective model, the technical design team felt that the Nemesis could be improved and have opted to include a ripstop flysheet, Yunan Eco Alloy poles and many more. This 3-man tent is highly versatile when pitched, with 2 porch areas for gear storage and dual entry. More >>

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    Taped SeamsFire Retardant: Meets EN5912
    • Flysheet: 68D 190T Ripstop Polyester 5000mm - Strong, durable fabric, now with a ripstop weave providing 13% more strength. Waterproof to a hydrostatic head of 5000mm.
    • Yunan Eco Alloy Poles - Extremely high quality poles made with acid free processing by Yunan. These poles provide excellent strength in high winds as well as being very light.
    • Semi-geodesic - Self-supporting structure, providing excellent balance between weight and stability
    • Flysheet and inner pitch together - Quick and easy to pitch and pack
    • Gothic arch pole structure - Increases stability and assists water/snow run-off from the flysheet
    • 70 denier, 6000mm lightweight polyester groundsheet - Waterproof, durable and reliable
    • Breathable polyester inner - Allows condensation to pass through, for a comfortable night's sleep
    • Rain stop flysheet doors - Structured so that rain will not drop into the inner when opened
    • Twin flysheet doors - Allows easier access for two or more occupants, and/or additional storage
    • O-shaped inner doors - Easy to open with one hand
    • Part mesh inner door - Allows ventilation, whilst keeping bugs out
    • Flysheet door vent - Open from the top to ventilate porch
    • Multi-function flysheet door - Open from either side, or roll away completely for an open porch
    • Inner pockets - Conveniently positioned pockets for organising essential items
    • High level pockets - Ideal for storage or to position a torch for light
    • Small welded windows - Survey the area and weather conditions from inside your tent
    • Fast pack tent bag - Oversized opening for easy packing and compression straps to control pack size
    • Line-Lok guyline runners - Lock securely, simple to release and high performance in all conditions
    • Multiple reflective points - On pegging points for visibility in low light
    • Vivid reflective high strength guylines - Provides high visibility in low light
    • Factory taped seams - All flysheet and groundsheet seams are factory taped, giving a water tight seal
    • Weather tested beyond the European standard EN5912 by certified test centre
    • Fire retardant fabrics - Exceeds European EN5912 safety standard
     
    Specifications
    Weight4.35kg
    Pitching Time15 mins
    Packsize47.0 x ø17.0cm
    Trail Weight4.13kg
    Capacity3 Person Tent
     
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    Nemesis Pro 300
      The Nemesis is a classic geodesic construction with 5 crossover nodes for free standing all-season stability, increased further by the use of Gothic Arch poles on the porch structure. Designed specifically for winter camping and adverse weather conditions, however is ideal for explorers looking for an incredibly stable shelter. Already an extremely effective model, the technical design team felt that the Nemesis could be improved and have opted to include a ripstop flysheet, Yunan Eco Alloy poles and many more. This 3-man tent is highly versatile when pitched, with 2 porch areas for gear storage and dual entry. More >>

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      28-09-2018
      Strong, and for the price, hard to beat.

      Been a Vango “fanboy” since my first force 10 ‘A’ frame tent in 1990. Have the Baltoro 200, helium 100 and f10 Nitro amongst others. Bought the Nemesis 300 pro primarily as a robust basecamper for me and my lad following a rampaging strorm at Thirlspot farm, Helvellyn (we were well safe in our Baltoro 200 at the time but decided we needed more room) .....most other tents were destroyed. The 300 pro is heavy, it’s not backpackable. The fabric and poles are an upgrade on last seasons non-pro nemesis. The ripstop fabric is said to be stronger and Yunan poles are industry standard. Had the tent up about 10 times now, with the worst of the winds being 40mph in Braemar. The tent hasn’t flinched once. Just one observation. The front and rear guy lines are attached via a tag on each side of the door. I don’t know if this is a cost saving, but every other high end geodesic I’ve used has them directly at the pole intersection points.....it would make more sense to have them here.....Vango? Other than that, cost to quality ratio you simply cannot go wrong. The 200 Mirage pro/nemesis pro are at the heavy end of backpackable, with friends sharing, and again, compared to the top end tent manufacturers (including f10) you’ll save a packet.

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      02-01-2018
      Scottish Weather - No Problem

      Purchased primarily for multi day use in the Scottish mountains the Nemesis 300 has never let us down in this environment. Putting the tent up we've found to be very easy and once up 'nothing' is going to shift it. For two people (6 foot plus) it offers a superb comfortable space with the chance to sit up and really spread out. Two entrances give us options for cooking and the ability to split the doors is a good feature. The interior pockets are well though out and allow for the convenient and easy stowage of gear. The small windows at either end are a nice touch. After a seasons use in extremes of all weather types we haven't encountered condensation or any damp inside the tent. Its worth mentioning that we haven't felt the need for a footprint but would consider one for future.
      We've had a number of tents including more expensive rivals but the Nemesis 300 has to top the list for all of its features and I'll certainly give the Nemesis 300 a strong recommendation.

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