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Big Sky Evolution 2P tent

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Manufacturer: Big Sky
Item Number: Evo-2P

double wall 2 Person tent with 2 Doors 2 Vestibule Doors
weight: 1.28kg (2lb 13.2oz) with
light weight SuprSil fabric fly,
Mesh Netting interior with pole clips, and
ultra-light weight aluminum poles (rev. J)

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Big Sky's Let-it-PorTM fabric is made by Cuben/Cubic

Big Sky Evolution 2P 2D2V rev. D

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Product Reviews

(319 Ratings, 10 Reviews) Average Rating:
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GEAR REVIEW: Big Sky International Evolution 2P Tent
Southwest Ultralight blog (Durango, CO) 2/12/2014 8:05 PM
GEAR REVIEW: Big Sky International Evolution 2P Tent http://southwestultralight.blogspot.com/2013/08/gear-review-big-sky-international_3611.html or http://tinyurl.com/lwaq8du
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Long Distance Backpacker
Old Drum (Missouri) 7/4/2012 2:58 PM
Bought my first one at Neals Gap on my 2006 AT Thru-hike when I knew nothing about hiking. Bought my second one in 2009 after putting over 7000 miles on the first. Now how over 7000 miles on the second one and still use both when we take grandkids with us. I am a very happy customer.
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...plenty of room for two people
Becky D. (USA) 5/21/2012 8:02 AM
Review: Big Sky Evolution 2P Tent Yahoo! Contributor Network Jun 25, 2010 http://voices.yahoo.com/review-big-sky-evolution-2p-tent-6234716.html?cat=7 or http://tinyurl.com/75png82
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100 nights in the backcounty
Jason LooseArrow (USA California ) 12/21/2011 6:33 PM
I just wanted to take a moment and talk about the tent that I bought from you in October, 2007. The tent is incredible. My wife and I spend a lot of time backpacking in Yosemite Nat'l Park, about 25 days a year in the backcountry and have used your tent nearly every night. The vast majority of that time has been off-trail where the place we end up will be an unknown. At under three pounds, it's versatility and quality is unmatched. Lightness, compactness, durability and versatility are all very important in a shelter and your tent has been exceptional. We've braved snow, wind storms, rains, rocks, tiny tent placements and so much more with your tent and we are really grateful for such a great tent.
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Light and roomy
Beth (Michigan) 10/4/2010 10:16 AM
I love my tent! I've had it for four years, and find it is the tent that gets put in the pack more than any other. It is well designed for backpacking. It is a light tent, with room for me and ALL of my gear (and then some), is free standing, has two large vestibules and four storage pockets, and has a truly waterproof floor. One night, having set up in an unfortunate location, I woke thinking I was on a water bed. I wasn't, but the waterproof floor kept my stuff dry as I moved the tent from the deep puddle that had accumulated where I had set up the tent. With a little extra cord for guy lines, it has withstood high winds above treeline. The light gray color of the fly creates a nice, realistic color inside the tent. Best of all, it shows virtually no wear. This year I finally had to reseal the seams, but that's a tiny amount of maintenance for the amount of use this tent has seen. I have the version with carbon poles, titanium stakes, and clips. When this one wears out, I plan on buying it's twin.