Exped Gemini 2 - 2 Person Tent

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Exped Gemini 2 - 2 Person Tent -
The Exped Gemini 2 is a stable and sturdy 2 person tent. It has 2 doors for easy livability and 2 large vestibules. The vestibules are the perfect place to store wet or excess gear. The DAC FeatherLite NSL shockcorded aluminum poles are simple to use and highly reliable. The 2 side entry doors are great because each camper has their own door. The full coverage fly is a lightweight RipStop Sil/nylon with a PU coating. It is light, strong and dependable.


  • 4 equal length poles for quick, easy set up every time

Weather and Wind:

  • Guylines that attach directly to the pole structure increase stability in high winds
  • All main fly and floor seams are factory sealed
  • External guy points for stability in wind


  • Steep walls paired with wide and high doors enhance comfort


  • Four large mesh pockets next to the doors hold heaps of personal items


  • Two Exped LW size mats can fit perfectly next to each other without shifting, leaving space to store gear at either end


  • Taffeta nylon panels on sides and roof keep wind and condensation out

Lining and Layers:

  • Numerous gear loops can be used to attach clothes lines, etc.


  • Fine mosquito mesh keeps the tiniest bugs out and offers excellent ventilation on hot summer nights
  • Guylines easily accessible through rainfly vent
  • Vent hoods prevent water from dripping into the canopy when the doors are opened and reduce condensation build up
  • No-see-um mesh body provides great ventilation
  • Fly vents aid with ventilation


  • Combination sleeve and clip design is fast, easy, sturdy and stable


  • Import


  • All carry bags and stakes included
  • Fly is an ultra light PU coated Sil/Nylon
  • Sleeps 2
  • Vestibule is large enough to hold pack, shoes, dog, etc.
  • 2 doors for easy entry or exit
  • 2 vestibules for storage
  • Fire Retardant
  • Freestanding design is simple to set up
  • Full coverage fly surrounds and protects the tent
  • Each sleeper has their own door and vestibule

The Exped Gemini II balances comfortable interior space, rapid set-up, and light weight materials. At 230 cm long, this tent is especially comfortable for tall people. The ingenious pole geometry creates steep walls on all sides, creating plenty of space for sitting, sleeping, and dressing.

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Best Use:Backpacking, Mountaineering
Body Material:UV-resistant, flame retardant ripstop polyester and No-See-Um netting
Floor Material:70 D PU-coated, taffeta nylon (5000 mm water column)
Floor Space:29.6 sq ft / 2.75 sq m
Head Height:41.3 in / 105 cm
Max Inside Length:84.5 in / 230 cm
Max Inside Width:49 in / 125 cm
Minimum Weight:4.8 lb / 2.2 kg
Packed Size:6.5 x 21 in / 17 x 53 cm
Poles:4 DAC Featherlight NSL 9 mm TH72M Aircraft Grade Aluminium
Rainfly Material:30D Ripstop Nylon, Silicone PU-Coated, Factory Seam Taped
Seam Taped:Yes
Seasons:3 Season
Sleep Capacity:2 Person
Upc, Ean, Isbn:7640147760462
Vestibule Space:21.4 sq ft / 2 sq m
Weight:5.3 lb / 2.45 kg
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Exped Gemini 2 - 2 Person Tent Review:


Survive a good storm

I took the Gemini 2 on a weekend camping trip. It was pretty easy to set up. At night, there was a really big storm, and my friend's tent got bent, but the Gemini 2 stood still. We did not stay in the tent during the storm. However, when the storm was over, I went inside and saw water here and there. It might probably be because I did not set up the cover correctly.
Son Tran at Campmor on 08/08/2012