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Gogo with integrated vestibule

Gogo with integrated vestibule

NEMO’s Gogo bivy is a great option for those who are short on space but don’t want to sacrifice space and comfort in their shelter. Weighing in at just 1.9 lbs. and packing down to 5.5 X 7, Gogo fits in the tightest of spaces. It packs down smaller than traditional tents and bivys because there are no poles. NEMO’s patented AirSupported Technology™ utilizes low pressure airbeams for support. The airbeams work much like a bicycle tire; you’ve got an inner bladder and outer shell. The airbeams are meant to withstand strong winds – they can bend without breaking and are stronger than traditional aluminum poles. NEMO’s OSMO™, their proprietary waterproof/breathable fabric, is sturdy, dependable and has been garned by gear reviewers as one of the most breathable fabrics on the market.


1.9 lbs.

19 sq. ft. with a 5 sq. ft. integrated vestibule

15 sec. set up

comes with an integrated pump

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Comments (2)

Steve GilbertJune 5th, 2015 at 7:32 pm

Two of us used these on the Idaho Hot Springs bikepacking route in the summer of 2014 and we were impressed. Super compact and light. Easy to slip inside your sleeping bag stuff sack or Viscacha type seat pack. We’ve been doing self-supported bike touring (road and offroad) for over 20 years and every year we try to slim down our packs and drop weight. These were definitely a step in that direction. We were using other bivy sacks in the last 3-4 years but these were an improvement in both compact-ability, weight, and ease of use. Totally recommend for bikepacking or touring.

AiluropodaJanuary 18th, 2016 at 4:16 am

I ordered one, tried it out in the yard, but sent it back. It is well-made, sturdy, easy to set-up, and the air beam works well and exactly as advertised but it was a very claustrophobic and I think I need more room to turn around in.

I ordered a Tarp Tent Pro Trail. Appear to have more room.

I’m kind of new to bike packing. I’ve always used heavier and more traditional tents when camping but weight now is a big issue.

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