Buggy night in camp? Bugout shelter keeps bugs away

Buggy night in camp? Bugout shelter keeps bugs away

When Cam Bresinger incorporated his company Nemo he was still in college. Only two months later, following his graduation, Cam moved it into an historic mill in Nashua, NH with a goal to revolutionize tents.

bugout737With the credibility gained after successfully introducing his line of tents with Nemo’s air supported technology, he moved on to other products. Bugout was one of those.

Bugouts are a new kind of shelter. They’re really tarps with walls. They’re very simple to use, you just tie them between trees or support them with poles just like any other tarp. But the difference is, the mesh walls make a relaxing flying-insect-free haven for enjoying life in camp.

Set up the Bugout over a picnic table, along a river’s edge, in the jungle, between two Land Rovers on a safari, or wherever you need a bug-free zone, some shade, or protection from the rain.

Bugouts also work brilliantly with hammocks. All Bugouts have two doors that allow you to pass your hammock ropes through and still zip them shut. Whether enjoying a big campsite meal with friends and family, or a quiet night of solitude in your hammock, it’s even more fun and relaxing when you don’t have to fret the bugs.

Learn more on the Nemo website.

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