Easton Si2 - Three-Season Tents: Reviews
(Inga Hendrickson)

Big Agnes Lynx Pass II – Three-Season Tents: Reviews

Easton Si2 - Three-Season Tents: Reviews

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Light and Roomy

Even when building a “value” tent, Big Agnes gets the details right. With amenities like a vestibule that turns into a shade canopy with trekking poles, high-visibility (read: trip-preventing) guylines, and mesh vents on baffles that help silence wind chatter, the two-man Lynx Pass’s only sacrifice is a second doorway. That’s mostly OK, though, because the entrance they provide is huge. Plus, thanks to a smart pole design that hoists the doorway, the Lynx Pass’s spacious 36.5-square-foot floor feels even bigger than it is. 5 lbs; bigagnes.com
Livability: 4
Sturdiness: 3.8