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Available in two sizes -
  • 2 person: $515.00
  • 3 person: $565.00

Nammatj is quite simply one of the best foul weather tents there are! Easy to handle in all situations it stands up to virtually all weather types regardless of season or environment. If you value a high degree of stability at a weight that doesn’t slow you down Nammatj will be the perfect choice for you. A superior tent for high altitudes.

Its modest dimensions enables you to pitch it just about anywhere, on snow ledges or narrow ridges. The Nammatj is high up on the list of essentials when it comes to the utmost necessities for venturing into wild places. It laughs into the face of gale force winds where other, even heavier tents may not at all be comfortable.

Literally ”brawn in a small package”, the Nammatj keeps surprising people how it gets the job done in the most adverse conditions. This tent has proven itself many times in the highest mountains of the world, the polar areas and the wind-swept plains of Asia. You can rely on the Nammatj with its great winter performance, good ventilation and a weight that can compete with fair-weather tents. This one is hard to beat.


* Min. weight: 2.2 kg / 4 lbs 13 oz ~ Packed weight: 2.7 kg / 5 lbs 15 oz (Minimum weight includes inner tent, outer tent and poles while packed weight refers to the complete tent)

A complete tent consists of inner and outer tent, poles, pegs, guy lines and runners, stuff bags, spare pole section, repair sleeve and instructions.

* inner tent height: 38 in. ~ area inner tent: 30.1 ft² ~ area vestibule: 13 ft²

~ Outer tent fabric in Kerlon 1800.
~ Inner tent fabric in water repellent and venting nylon.
~ Heavy duty nylon ground sheet with PU coating, high bathtub floor.
~ Pole sleeves with one opening only with room for “double poling”.
~ Pole tensioners wide enough for “double poling”.
~ Two poles of equal length
~ Adjustable peg loops.
~ Full size no-see-um netting in inner tent entrance (with covering panel).
~ Spacious vestibule for (wet) gear.
~ Vertical inner tent entrance.
~ Large, fully adjustable vent in foot end of inner tent.
~ Two large adjustable vents with no-see-um mesh in outer tent.
~ Outer tent entrance zipper covered with flap.
~ Linked inner and outer tents pitch simultaneously – both can also be pitched separately.
~ Two strong guy line attachments and double line runners on each side of pole sleeve.
~ Guy lines with line runners on vents.
~ Clothes line and inner pockets in the inner tent.

INNER TENT: Pitching of inner tent requires extra pole holders - see accessories.

Nammatj is the Sami name of a large rock standing at the entrance of a valley.

Poles: Aluminum 9 mm dia
Pole lengths: 2 x 115.4 in. (293 cm)
Pegs: 16
Stuffbag, pole bag, peg bag, guy lines, line runners, spare pole section, pole repair sleeve, instructions.

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