|The Hilleberg Nallo tents feature blind pole pockets on one side of each pole sleeves. This enables fast and easy set-up by a single person. Pole slides in from opposite side of sleeve and is secured in closed pole pocket.||
The photo above shows the opposite side of the pole sleeve at left. This opposite side of the sleeve has a plastic pole cup (shown by red arrow) with adjustable tensioners for ease of pitching and greater internal strength. The pole tensioners allow for optimal tension to be applied to the poles and their plastic cups have room for dual poles.
|The photo above shows a rear view of the Hilleberg Nallo 2 with the zippered vent opened, and one side rolled up and secured with an elastic loop fastener (shown by red arrow). The other side can be rolled up in a similar way if desired. All Nallo and Nallo GT include this feature.||The photo above shows one of the vestibule stake out points with a metal stake loop and adjustable tensioners which are featured on all Nallo and Nallo GT tents.|
|The photo above shows the outer tent used as a shelter separate from the inner tent. If desired, the inner tent can be added after the outer tent shelter is set up. Generally both the inner and outer tent are set up together.|