First and foremost, NEMO has changed the color schemes of their sleeping pads to make them easily identifiable.
Next, they’ve introduced new pads. For example, the new Cosmo Lite series. Both models in the line incorporate the Airlock Elite fabric found on the Zor series of pads. And, they utilize a foot pump with a single baffle to save weight and increase compactibility. While the Cosmo Insulated Lite 20R (20 denoting width) includes a layer of PrimaLoft to take you down to 15 deg F, the Cosmo Air Lite 20R is made for slightly warmer temps above freezing and does include the additional insulation.
NEMO has also introduced two new tents.
The VEDA series is offered in two models. It relies on hiking poles for support but unlike other models on the market which only use one pole, NEMO presupposes that a hiker will have two poles and have leveraged that to provide better support and more head room. The Veda 1P seen below is a single wall tent but it also incorporates a bug net inside the tent which divides it into living and storage/cooking spaces. It is joined by a two person model which we’ll cover later.
This is the Galaxi 2P. It offers a large vestibule and these cool Magtie magnetic door tie-backs. The pole is of a single aluminum, hubbed design.
One feature that is kind of interesting is that they’ve incorporated a Velcro strip for name tags unto a commercial tent.
Finally, I’d like to mention NEMO’s new Duffel for storing your bags. It also includes a Dopp kit.
There are many other new products from NEMO and we’ll start sharing those soon as well.