Sea to Summit Nano Mosquito Pyramid Net (Review)

The Sea to Summit Nano Mosquito net is a pyramid shaped bug shelter for camping.  The Single size was tested; meaning it only has enough room for one hiker.  It is very minimal having four walls and no floor, so it's perfect for the ultralight backpacker or anyone looking to shave weight off of their back.


Using a Mosquito Net with a Floorless Tent

All you need is a trekking pole or branch to elevate.  Then use four rocks, sticks or tent stakes to construct the length and width of the shelter.

I decided to add it to my Olympic Mountain hiking gear list, to help keep the mosquitos away from my face at night. The netting will not keep very small bugs out.  It fits perfectly under all my ultralight tarps and pyramid shelters.  The only variable is extending or contracting the height by anchor cord.

I have used this protection in peak bug season in the Olympic Mountains.  There were times I was very grateful to have this piece of kit.



Sea to Summit Mosquito Net Review
Sea to Summit Mosquito Net - Pitching instructions on stuff sack (my hand size is Large)




Sea to Summit Mosquito Net in Pyramid
Inside my 2 person pyramid shelter - Pitched using rocks Polycryo as a floor








Tip: Use stuff sack over the shelter pole, to create an anchor to clip the height cord to.




Mosquito Net Specs

  • Weight: 2.9 ounces

  • Room: 1 adult

  • Height: 3' 2"

  • Width: 4'

  • Length: 7' 1"

  • Cord Length: 7'

  • Floor: No floor, only 6" skirt

  • Pitching: Loops on all 4 corners







Sea to Summit Pyramid
Webbing loops for tent stakes - sewn seams - 6" ground skirt all four walls








Sea to Summit Pyramid
Draw string cord used for clinching the netting around the floor - 6" ground skirt all four walls








Sea to Summit Pyramid
7 foot draw string cord used for the netting height - reinforced peak




The Sea to Summit Nano Mosquito Pyramid Net {affiliate link} is the solution to keeping those summer time bugs at bay. I will continue to use this product and suggest this shelter to other minimalist. It's a great tool, if you are planning to face bugs, on a camping trip into Olympic National Park.



Related: Using the Sea to Summit Poncho as a Tent

Last updated in March 2017 by Barefoot Jake

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