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Gear Details: Tents

Lynx Pass 4

Manufacturer: Big Agnes

Product Details:
Product Year2010
Shape:modified A-frame
Single Wall:
Number of Poles:2
Pole Material:aluminum
Diameter of Poles (mm):
Floor Space (square feet):57.5
Length (inches):96
Width (inches):86
Nonstandard Shape:
Interior Height (inches):52
Vestibule Type:standard
Vestibule Front Area (square feet):17
Vestibule Back Area (square feet):17
Weight (lbs, oz): 7,9
-Three season, free standing, backpacking tent -DAC lightweight pole system with press fit connectors, and lightweight hubs - featuring eco-friendly anodizing -All DAC poles made from TH72M aluminum: the latest technology in lightweight tent poles featuring improved durability -Hub/ pole design makes set up easy -Color coded poles, grommet webbing and buckles make set up easy -Fly is durable nylon rip-stop with a 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating -Floor is durable polyester rip-stop with a 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating -Tent body is lightweight polyester mesh and durable breathable polyester rip-stop -Tent body doors stow away completely in mesh pockets -Vestibule door may be staked out as a shade using trekking poles


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Easy setup, Lots of room, Great Vestibules, Best color, Light for its size, Got a great deal on it at Outdoor Gear in Appleton WI
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