DURABLE – We’ve had good experience with the durability of NEMO products, and the Dagger Osmo is no exception. The proprietary fabric used to construct this tent relies on a weave of nylon and polyester for waterproofing instead of the more common polyurethane coated silicon. A coating will break down much quicker than the fabric itself, so you can count on the Dagger to stay waterproof for longer than many other tents.
VERSATILE – The Dagger is light enough for backpacking – especially when split between two hikers – and roomy enough to be comfortable for frontcountry camping. This makes it a pretty good value for the money, since budget conscious folks will get a tent that’s great for both activities.