User Review: NEMO Moki
Price Paid: it was a trade
I have taken the Moki to Alaska twice now. Both times we stayed on the glacier for over two weeks.
It is a great base camp tent for two, or an "on route" tent for three (or four little people). It's bomber. I'm a gram geek, so I removed several screens (no bugs on the Ruth Glacier), the stake down points, and a few other things I thought were unnecessary.
That being said, these tents have so many great features. It vents well, and can take an Alaska sized beating from the wind and snow and be fine.
Here are my personal highlights:
- Strong fabric
- Vents well
- Strong poles
- Big (removable) vestibule
- Strong construction