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This tent came to us for review as a result of the report by Matthew Pullan on the ISPO 2014 outdoors show in Munich. Nigor subsequently sent us several items for review with this tunnel tent being the biggest item. Nigor is a very new company, founded in 2014 so they are still learning. Part 1 is a comprehensive review of the tent as made by Nigor. Part 2 covers the modifications you can make to the tent.

I had better point out that I have been using tunnel tents in extreme conditions for well over 20 years. I have been designing, making, and even selling tunnel tents for extreme conditions for over 10 years. By 'extreme conditions' I mean camping at altitude in the snow in 62 mph (100 kph) storms, and sleeping well. However, not all tunnel tents have to meet those sorts of criteria.


  • Background
  • The Tent Basics
  • Assessment
  • Summary

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