|A triangular fabric panel at the rear of the Hilleberg Nallo inner tents (shown by red arrow) can be unzipped and rolled down to expose a mesh panel for ventilation.||
The photo above was taken from in front of the Hilleberg Nallo 2 inner tent looking through the open door towards the open vent at rear of the tent. The red arrow indicates a internal tensioning cord which runs along the peak of the ceiling. These same features are on all Nallo and Nallo GT models.
|The Hilleberg Nallo inner tents feature two interior mesh pockets located on both sides of the front door which can be used as stash pockets for the door or other small gear.||
The photo above shows a 5'6" model sitting cross-legged inside the Hilleberg Nallo 2 inner tent. In the photo, the solid panel of the front door has been unzipped and rolled down to provide ventilation through the mesh door panel. This same feature is on all Nallo and Nallo GT models.
|The photo above shows the Hilleberg Nallo 2 with the front vestibule rolled up and fastened to the sides of the tent (buckles shown by red arrows). The vestibule can be used in several different configurations to adjust for ventilation and shelter needs. The Nallo 2 inner tent is suspended from the inside of the outer tent by elastic loops with toggles. This same feature is on all Nallo and Nallo GT models.||The inner tent of the Hilleberg Nallo tents is suspended from the outer tent by elastic loops. These loops (shown by red arrows in photo) attach to the outer tent with toggles.|