Dagger OSMO is the quintessential one-tent-wonder: lightweight enough for backpacking, yet roomy enough for comfort on any adventure. Dagger OSMO is one of the first tents in our iconic backpacking collection to feature our new proprietary OSMO fabric with advanced water repellency that lasts 4x longer and keeps you drier from start to finish. This composite fabric has 3x less stretch when wet, reducing sag and maintaining wind and rain shedding in any weather. OSMO fabrics are completely PFC- and PFAS-free, meet fire retardancy standards without the use of added chemicals, and are woven from 100% recycled yarns. With additional design features for convenience and durability, Dagger OSMO sets the standard for a balance of performance and thoughtful design.Carrying forward the legacy features of its best-selling predecessor, Dagger OSMO includes a color-coded, DAC Featherlite NSL hubbed pole structure for generous interior volume and a fast, intuitive setup. With two doors and two expansive trapezoidal vestibules, Dagger OSMO leads its category for storage area and volume. WeÂ’ve also added some new features such as: the Divvy Cube rectangular stuff sack which packs better and allows you to split the load with a partner; the Landing Zone tub for protected storage under the vestibule; and our Gatekeeper door clips which make holding the doors back a cinch. Other thoughtful features include our overhead Nightlight Pocket headlamp diffuser for a comfortable glow at night, gear pockets for storage of personal items, and a 100% recycled Repreve pole bag that protects the poles and takes the place of unnecessary poly bags. When your adventures require one tent to rule them all, Dagger OSMO delivers increased performance and versatility Â— and reduced impact on the planet.
- High-performance, proprietary OSMO poly-nylon ripstop fabric has 4X longer water repellency, 3X less stretch when wet, and uses 100% recycled yarns with zero PFCs or fire-retardant chemicals.
- DAC Featherlite NSL pole structure.
- 100% Repreve pole bag replaces disposable packaging as part of our 100K Polybag Elimination Project.
- New Divvy Cube rectangular stuff sack allows you to still split the weight with your partner, but packs more efficiently in your backpack.
- Protected strut vents at the top of both main vestibule entries ensure ventilation even when it is raining.
- Two large doors and massive trapezoidal vestibules lead the category for usable volume.
- Color-coded, hubbed pole set with color-matched webbing on the tent makes setup intuitive.
- Nightlight Pockets turn your headlamp into a tent lantern while removing blue light and casting an even glow.
- Landing Zone storage tub in the vestibule protects gear from the elements.
- Protected by the NEMO Lifetime Warranty.
- 2 Person - Peak Height - 42 in
- Weight - 4 lbs 2 oz. Dimensions - 90 X 50 in. Packed Dimensions - 19.5 X 6.5 X 3.5 in.
- 3 Person - Peak Height - 42 in
- Weight - 4 lbs 10 oz. Dimensions - 90 X 70 in. Packed Dimensions - 19.5 X 6.5 X 8.5 in.
Not Configured for 2 Campers...(2P)
This is an initial review. I set this up in my home for the first time. Overall setup is fairly easy, but sorting the frame was a little like wrestling an octopus. The "three post connectors" adds about 1/2" to the compactness / slimline packing of the frame making it a little dysfunctional. The main issue I have is that for the cost of the tent ($500+), NEMO chose to cut corners on "accessories": Only 4 Guy lines, no Gear Loft and most importantly only ONE (1) "Landing Zone". I do not consider the landing zone an accessory since it is one of the selling points for the "NEMO DAGGER OSMO" tent. This being a two person tent with two entrances, one would reasonably assume that both campers would have a "Landing Zone" on their side. Instead one camper would have to pass their gear through the tent in order to take advantage of the Landing Zone. Or, crawl over / wake the other camper to access their gear. I will take this out in the next week or two for a more functional evaluation. I am in Washington State and we have enough precipitation to do a better evaluation.