Year-Round Versatility 3 PERSON BASE CAMP When we say four season, we mean it. Our ambassadors take Moki to the Himalayas, and we use it for surf trips on the coast. With half of Moki s single-wall exterior convertible to mesh and optional insulation, Moki gives you the flexibility and comfort you need in any climate. With an optional, additional vestibule for extra gear and the ability to link together, Moki is the perfect base camp for all of your adventures.
Designed using NEMO's Extreme Conditions Technology (ECT), the three-person Moki tent is appropriate for both climbing trips in the Himalayas and surf trips to the coast. NEMO designed the tent so that campers can convert half of the Moki's single-wall exterior to mesh and optional insulation, giving you the flexibility and comfort you need in any climate. The optional 10-square-foot vestibule, meanwhile, offers plenty of weatherproof protection of your gear. Add in a linking feature that lets you combine multiple Mokis--creating a large sleeping space that's terrific for group expeditions--and you have an ideal base-camp tent for all your outdoor adventures.
The Moki is outfitted with NEMO's Extreme Conditions Technology, which offers a long list of features designed specifically to combat problems often faced by alpinists. One example is the Moki's condensation curtain, a thin piece of nylon fabric that hangs lightly above your sleeping bag at night. The curtain isolates your respiration in a small portion of the tent rather than letting it disperse throughout, which in turn helps eliminate frost buildup. The tent also offers Pressure Porting, a patent-pending technology that dissipates wind loading on cowling-shaped vents. These small openings along the seam of the vent allow some air to escape when high winds are present, ensuring that your tent will stay well ventilated regardless of conditions. At the same time, an outer flap conceals these openings and prevents rain and snow from entering.
The Moki is also compatible with the Cheez (sold separately), a custom-fitted liner that's designed to increase the interior temperature of the tent a toasty 15 to 20 percent. The Cheez is a breathable, metalized fabric laminate that acts much like a space blanket, reflecting the heat inside to make life below zero a little more inviting. Other details include 43 square feet of sleeping space; large overhead vents designed to increase airflow and reduce condensation; side doors that double as vents for true four-season versatility; a pair of welded polyurethane skylights; an Osmo waterproof/breathable shell; and a three-in-one stuff sack system that makes it easy to divide the load.
The Moki measures 90 by 48 by 75 inches (W x H x D) and weighs a minimum of 7.5 pounds. It's also backed by NEMO's lifetime warranty.
NEMO Equipment, Inc. is a small company located in southern New Hampshire with a passion for design and innovation. The company was founded in 2002 by Cam Brensinger, who had been working with a joint team at NASA and MIT to design the next generation of spacesuits. Cam is a committed rock and ice climber with a talent for inventing new technology.
After several years of development behind closed doors in their studio in New Hampshire, NEMO unveiled its first line of tents and shelters in 2005. This product line introduced several patent pending technologies including NEMO's AirSupported Technology. AST is a system of low-pressure inflatable ribs and lightweight pumps which replace the aluminum poles traditionally used in tents. These inflatable ribs are stronger than standard aluminum poles, faster and easier to set up, easier to repair, and more compact.
NEMO's bold steps forward in tent and shelter design earned the company much attention and accolades from the start. In 2005, one of their AirSupported tents was named among the 100 best inventions of the year by TIME and Popular Science magazines. That same year, the company also won the highest award for innovation in the outdoor sporting goods industry, the ISPO BrandNew award in Munich, Germany. In each subsequent year since 2005, NEMO has added new technology to its line and continued to refine their designs. NEMO tents have since won awards and recognition from Rock & Ice, Climbing, Backpacker and many other magazines. The company has a strong team of ambassadors, including many elite mountaineers and adventure racers. NEMO tents have been to every corner of the planet and are used, not only by passionate outdoor adventurers, but also by elite US Special Forces.