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ALPS Mountaineering Tri-Awning in Sage 88395_2 ALPS Mountaineering Tri-Awning
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Specs about ALPS Mountaineering Tri-Awning

  • Seasons: 3
  • Packed weight: 9 lb. 6.4 oz.
  • Pack size: 5x28"
  • Peak height: 72"
  • Floor dimensions: 180x180"
  • Floor area: 225 sq.ft.
  • Number of poles: 3
  • Tent pole material: Fiberglass
  • Tent wall material: 75 denier polyester with PU coating
  • Stuff sack: Yes
  • Recommended use: Family camping
  • Made in United States of America China
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hasher from Las Vegas, NV on Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Took this camping (first time user) in Parker AZ where it was WINDY all weekend on the river. Thunderstorms and wind that blew tents and other canopies away. Ours withstood. Awesome purchase!
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  • Reviewed by Neldon from Idaho on Friday, September 4, 2015
    Purchased for a week of car camping and overall very pleased because I just wanted something compact and easy to set up. All the other pop ups were just too heavy, bulky, and more expensive. Yes it needs to be firmly anchored at the poles and guy lines. If I was using it in the sand I would worry about that. We had some really strong winds one evening and yes it did start bending quite a bit, but I covered the larger opening down to the ground with a separate tarp and we were fine and cozy. Once we did that we left it on. With a coleman lantern blazing at night it was quite warm inside as it was set up over a large picnic table so we just kept it covered. Yes, I do worry about the sleeve ends, which are sewn shut on one end, pulling out from the stress, but I think I will tape them in the future. The poles are quite large in diameter and seemed fine for the money
  • Reviewed by Dan from Philadelphia on Tuesday, August 4, 2015
    As others have stated, where the poles end inside the sleeve will absolutely fail. I plan on reinforcing the seams. The green awning I received has orange sleeves for the poles, not grey as seen in the stock photo. The poles are garbage so be very careful with them. The awning survived a heavy downpour with some tree cover, but water did pool at the top of the awning.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Chris from Tennessee on Tuesday, July 28, 2015
    While I haven't really used this sun shade frequently the set-up is super easy if you have 2 people. I can see that it might be difficult or cause some stress on the poles with only one person trying to get it together. Good size and I like the panel that blocks additional sunlight. Best used for parks, rec sports fields, pools with no shaded area, backyard, or car camping. Fiberglass poles are super heavy. Considering replacing them with same size aluminum to reduce weight and make more versatile.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jill in Colorado from Durango on Monday, July 6, 2015
    We lose an easy-up every year due to wind gusts while camping at Lake Powell. I thought this design might be more flexible and stand up to the wind. It has performed admirable. Less coverage than a standard easy up, but I am pleased with it.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by camporama from washington on Monday, May 25, 2015
    We've used it twice and we have a broken pole and a rip, neither of which are the products fault, all user error.
    First time the users used the stakes that came with it in sandy granite soil and a wind gust ripped it out and sent it flying into a pile of metal,hence the rip. Tie it to rocks or coolers or whatever, the stakes are a joke. I think a lot of mfgs envision their gear like this being used in grassy campgrounds or something. The users also broke the cord in one of the poles. Accordian poles need to be broken down starting in the middle so you don't work up tension all at one end. In our case the user started folding the pole at one end so by the time they got to the other the tension was so great the cord snapped.

    I still rate it a 3.5 because the actual shade seems quite a bit smaller than the foot print due to the large door openings and it's not always feasible to put the single shade panel up on the side that's the main entry. Could be because we had to set it at the smallest footprint so tall men wouldn't have to stoop too much walking in. They really should include 2 shade panels so you can shelter coolers under it for the day and not worry about the sun moving beyond the shade panel into the next section. Another panel would also be useful for evening breeze blocking so you can get double duty out of the thing.

    I will say the tie-down cords along the rips were unexpected and useful.

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