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How Campagnolo plans to stay relevant in a changing market

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Nemo Equipment Apollo 3-Person Tarp With Centerpole - 40-4929 - Accessories sku

Nemo Equipment Apollo 3-Person Tarp With Centerpole - 40-4929 by Nemo Equipment

Item description: This Accessories Camping product is by Nemo Equipment - Nemo Equipment Apollo 3-person Tarp With Centerpole. With no floor and simple single wall construction Apollo 3P is the new go-to shelter specifically made for bike-packers. Nemo fabrics undergo rigorous testing to ensure that weight, performance, and durability are optimal for a given application. Pentagonal pyramid shape accommodates three people or one person and a bike for the perfect bike-packing shelter. Setup is fast and easy thanks to a sewn-in cord that helps you quickly find the optimum stake position. Includes lightweight, high-strength aluminum alloy adjustable tarp pole. Works independently as a versatile all-season shelter, or as a system with Nemo's Escape Pod bug bivy and Moonwalk sleeping bag.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Nemo Equipment

Keywords: Tents

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Category: Camping

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