NEMO, a staple in the world of camping essentials, recently broke into the bikepacking segment with their Dragonfly tent in 2021. Now, the brand has a few updates is hitting its stride for the coming season. The Summer 2022 collection prioritizes ultralight portability without sacrificing functionality, options, or comfort.

If a few of the products in NEMO’s new bikepacking line look familiar, that’s because they are. The brand paired its most successful ultralight and backpacking-proven designs with bike-specific innovations.

NEMO bikepacking essentials

Nemo Dragonfly Tent Packed on Bike

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Dragonfly Bikepack Tent – 1P ($420) and 2P ($480)

Nemo Dragonfly Tent Packed on Bike

  • Ultralight aluminum DAC Featherlite NSL poles with shortened segments
  • Highly versatile and rugged roll-top stuff sack can be mounted in many locations
  • Premium 15D nylon ripstop fly has durable silicone and polyurethane coatings on opposite sides
  • The Landing Zone removable vestibule storage tub adds more dry storage for cycling gear
  • Color-coded anodized poles and matching webbing
  • Minimum weight (without rainfly) 2lbs, 4oz. for the 1-Person and 2lbs 13oz for the 2-person.

Nemo Moonlight Chair OpenMoonlight Reclining Chair ($150)

  • Custom engineered asymmetric mesh for seamless seat
  • Shock-corded frame components and satisfying ball-and-socket seat attachments
  • High quality, precision hardware
  • Premium forged 6061 series aluminum hubs and oversized 7001 series aluminum tubes
  • Bluesign certified mesh seat, 100% PCR webbing
  • Weight – 850 grams
  • Capacity – 300 lbs.

 

Updated TENSOR and TENSOR Insulated sleeping pads ($170-$220)Nemo Tensor Open

  • Spaceframe architecture
  • 100% recycled 20D bluesign certified luxury polyester fabric on top and bottom
  • Laylow zero-profile, multi-functional and micro-adjustable valve that’s flush to the pad and offers customized control over inflation
  • Vortex pump sack provides easy and fast inflation, saves breath at elevation, and minimizes moisture entry
  • Tensor Insulated min. weight – 14.5 oz. / Tensor min. weight – 12.9 oz.

Nemo DiscoDISCO Sleeping Bag ($260-$320)

  • Classic Spoon shape adds room at elbows and knees for versatile comfort
  • Humane, premium 650 FP hydrophobic, PFC-free, 100% RDS Certified down
  • Waterproof/breathable footbox protects from tent condensation
  • Blanket Fold external draft collar and a full-length draft tube
  • Thermo Gills venting and thermoregulation system
  • Full-length double-slider #5 YKK zipper with zipper plow
  • Integrated pillow pocket allows a jacket, extra clothes, or Fillo to be stuffed into the sleeve opening for secure, elevated support

 

 

 

Riff Down Sleeping Bag ($350- $420) Nemo Riff bikepacking sleeping bag

  • Ultralight Spoon shape adds room at elbows and knees yet is tailored for weight shaving warmth.
  • Humane, premium 800FP hydrophobic, PFC-free, 100% RDS Certified down
  • Waterproof/breathable footbox protects from tent condensation
  • Blanket Fold external draft collar and a full-length draft tube
  • Thermo Gills venting and thermoregulation system
  • Integrated pillow pocket allows a jacket, extra clothes, or Fillo to be stuffed into the sleeve opening for secure, elevated support

Fillo Elite Ultralight Pillow ($50)
The Fillo Elite backpacking pillow brings clever design to an often-overlooked piece of gear: the
humble camp pillow. Fillo Elite is the ultralight version of our award-winning Fillo. At a fraction
of the weight (less than 3 oz) and packed size, it still offers impressive height and cushion despite
its ethereal weight.

  • Ultralight (<3 oz.)
  • Integrated stuff sack
  • Ultra-soft, machine-washable jersey blend covers
  • Inflates in seconds
  • 3″ I-Beam baffled air cell for a natural pillow shape
  • 100% Post-Consumer Recycled Primaloft insulation
  • Packs down to the size of a lime
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yogibimbi
yogibimbi
2 months ago

weight – 14.5 oz” – real measurements, please, don’t want to google “convert 14.5oz” every time I read something like this. The world has moved on long ago.

Gordo
Gordo
2 months ago
Reply to  yogibimbi

That’s what happens when editorial is primarily copy-paste.

KimBai
KimBai
2 months ago
Reply to  Gordo

truth