The new Big Sky International Convertible 2P double wall tent (also available in a four-person version) introduces some new innovations to the expanding line of Big Sky tents. The Convertible is based on the Evolution's proven design and takes it a few steps further. It's called the "Convertible" because it can be configured as either a three-season or four-season tent. And it's designed so the entire tent (fly, body, footprint) can be set up as a single unit. The summer version weighs a few ounces more than the award-winning Evolution 2P, but it's tighter, better ventilated, more wind stable, and more versatile. And the winter version (Big Sky calls it "WinterLite") breaks the five pound barrier for a two-person four-season tent. The Convertible is destined to be one of the most versatile tents around, but be prepared to make a few decisions and compromises.
- What's Good
- What's Not So Good
- Specifications: Year/Manufacturer/Model, Style, Fabrics, Poles and Stakes, Dimensions, Packed Size, Total Weight, Trail Weight, Protected Area, Protected Area/Trail Weight Ratio, MSRP, Options
- Field Testing
- What's Unique
- Recommendations for Improvement
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