Back in 2002, Cam Brensinger incorporated Nemo Equipment Inc with the intention of bringing high-level design and engineering to the outdoor industry. The first tents utilised the innovative Air Supported technology, an idea which was explored to create an entire tent shape from one compound curved airbeam and welding beams rather than sewing them.
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Nemo Morpho 2p
UKC Gear, Aug 2011
When this first generation of tents was launched at the Outdoor Retailer Show in 2004 the tents instantly captured the attention of the industry. Nemo was published in the 'Best of Show' section of the OR Daily publication and the following year was named overall winner of the 2005 ISPO Brand New Award, recognizing the most innovative products in the outdoor industry from around the world.
Over the next few years, the product line evolved and were refined. Awards continued to be received from leading magazines and shows, confirming Nemo's place as one of the world's foremost equipment manufacturers.
As Nemo's product line expands beyond tents, it continues to thrive as a young company, committed to making the most innovative and high quality equipment for outdoor adventure and survival and committed to protecting the people and places that make adventure possible.
The Morpho is our flagship tent, and the 2p can handle it all; vicious downpours, high winds and early season snow. Utilising the award winning Airbeam Technology, the Morpho is a highly stable, lightweight shelter. It's won several awards: winner of “Coolest New Technology” (Backpacker Magazine), “Value Award” (Overland Journal), “Favourite Award” (JPFreek).
2.3kg minimum weight
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