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Being the third wheel can be awkward, so give yourself some space when camping with your buddy and his girlfriend in the lightweight Lynx Pass 3-Person 3-Season Tent. An extra-large oval door lets you get in and out without steam-rolling the intertwined, spooning love-mass.

  • Polyurethane-coated floor and fly help rain bead off instead of soaking you and your gear inside
  • Floor and fly seams are taped without using solvents (PVC or VOC) for a cleaner environment
  • Covered vestibule protects your gear and provides extra shade when staked with trekking poles
  • Pole system features DAC aluminum poles, connectors, and clips that are easy to assemble day or night, rain or shine
  • All Big Agnes tents feature poles made with DAC's Green Anodizing process, which eliminates the chemical polishing stage, reduces the need for hazardous chemicals, and recycles water throughout the rinsing process
  • Interior mesh pockets organize odds and ends and stow tent body doors
  • Fly Fast pitching option lets you carry just the poles, fly, and footprint (footprint sold separately)
  • Gear loft (sold separately) provides extra storage space

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What is the size of the footprint? Do you...

What is the size of the footprint? Do you recommend one?
Also, do I need to buy pegs and robes? Do you recommend something?
Sadly though... The 3 person is out of stock. The tent should come with stakes and maybe a couple guy lines, but it's always handy to pick up a couple extra stakes, just in case.

Does it come with rain-fly? Can we use it...

Does it come with rain-fly? Can we use it in sandy beaches?

Best Answer

Yep, the rain fly is included, but you'll want to pick up a footprint (tarp/ground cloth) for it. And this thing will do pretty well on sandy beaches. Some sand will get in, but this doesn't have a whole lot of mesh so it'll be better than many other tents.

Thank you for your answer.
What is the size of the footprint? Do you recommend one?
Also, do I need to buy pegs and robes? Do you recommend something?


Roomy, great vestibule...

    Great tent that was purchased at a great price. Used primarily for Scout camping trips with my son (not too big, not too small) with enough room to stow our weekend gear. Large vestibule was the selling point for me as we can leave packs/gear outside if needed. Packs okay, but unless I was with another adult on a pack in/out, I would look to a lighter tent. Set up was easy, but as with all tents a "dry run" at home is recommended.

    Two questions: What is the weight of this...

    Two questions: What is the weight of this tent? Does it come with a footprint?


    Great Tent

      I took this tent up in the Uinta Mountains and it survived a pretty large storm. I was perfectly dry inside after two days of rain and there were no condensation problems. The vestibule is very roomy and I was able to keep my pack covered without it coming in the tent with me. I loved the option of hanging wet clothing inside the vestibule as well. Very comfortably sleeps two, pushing it with three adults though.