T.C. Worley, of the Gear Junkie, posted a glowing review of the Nemo Nano Elite Tent. The tent was spotlighted, among other things, for its outstanding performance and popularity among adventure racers. You can read the review in its entirety here. And now that you’re eager to buy, you can purchase the tent (with a … Continue reading
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Those Folks are Tent Smart at Nemo!
The Nemo design team has incorporated a modular vestibule setup option for their new lightweight backpacking tents, the Espri 2P and the Espri 3P. This provides the backpacker with a choice of fly and tent vestibule options, tent vestibule modularity. Many hikers span their time in the backcountry over three seasons, hiking overnight, on multi-day … Continue reading
Mount Glastenbury Here We Come!
Pete O’Gear here, checking in for this weeks adventure. I’ll be travelling to Vermont this week with my Losi 3P tent, Losi 3P pawprint, and a couple good friends. We plan to hike the 23 mile Glastenbury Mountain trail. As many of the good folks from Marlboro Vermont know, this covers a small portion of … Continue reading
Nemo Losi 3P, Opsrey Atmos 65 & MSR Fuel bottle – Winners!
Eugene packed this photo with an assortment of MPGear products to produce the Photo Friday winner. Pictured in this beautiful setting, Eugene is sporting his Osprey Atmos 65 backpack, in the background stands the hotly sought after Losi 3P tent and nestled on a rock is an MSR Fuel bottle. Congratulations and thanks Eugene for … Continue reading
Two Person Tents – Tent Comparison
We have been outfitting our customers with tents here at Mountains Plus for a long time. We have large family camping tents, small ultralight solo tents, lightweight backpacking tents and basecamp tents. You might say, however, that the two person tent category occupies a special place in our warehouse. They have been our favorite tent … Continue reading
Nemo Meta 2p Wins Backpackers Editor’s Choice 2010!
The Meta 2P tent, weight and efficiency at its best! This two person tent takes your trekking poles and makes them into tent poles, providing that dual-use option for your backpacking gear. This lightweight backpacking tent weighs in at 2 lbs and 15 oz., lighter then those thick, lugged boots on your feet. The well … Continue reading
Photo Friday Winner!
Submitted by fellow MPGear adventurer Scott B. Pictured is the LOSI 3P and a young intrepid camper, taken during a trip on the outskirts of Bay of Islands, North Island, New Zealand. Every Friday is Photo Friday, so submit those MPGear photos to photos@mpgear and you may see yourself and your gear, right here, next … Continue reading