Weight 1.3 lb


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Manufacturer's Description

Visit NEMO's Losi 3P Pawprint page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Our unique Pawprints(TM) line the inside of your tent with a soft, washable fabric that keeps the floor safe and can be used to sleep directly on over sleeping pads. Brushed Polyester. Minimum Weight 1 lb 4 oz / 574 g

- Bentgate.com

Nemo Camp & Hike Losi 3 Pawprint 892802002210. When comfort is the primary concern the Nemo Losi Pawprint interior liner is the way to go. The Nemo Pawprint works in any 3 person tent. In Nemo Losi Tents it fits perfectly inside and snaps securely into the corners. The brushed nylon is soft enough to use as a bottom sheet in warm weather and don't worry about getting it dirty the Pawprint is machine washable.

- CampSaver.com

The Losi 3 Pawprint by NEMO is a great help in keeping you dry and warm in your NEMO tent. The Pawprint is a removable liner for the inside of your tent. It has the Dual function of protecting your tent floor from boots and paws, and of adding serious comfort. The Pawprint is made of a machine washable brushed fabric that is very soft to the touch. Place your sleeping pads between the Pawprint and floor to help them stay in place. With a clean, soft Pawprint below, you might be able to save some weight and travel with a lighter sleeping bag or blanket. Features of the NEMO Losi 3 Pawprint Specially Fitted for your tent Enjoy an additional warm layer

- Moosejaw

When you're looking for a little extra protection for your tent floor, lay down the Nemo Losi 3P Pawprint. It'll keep the floor safe from boots, sand, and sticks, as well as make your backcountry shelter a little more comfortable.

- Backcountry.com