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ALPS Mountaineering Tri-Awning in Sage 88395_2 ALPS Mountaineering Tri-Awning
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About ALPS Mountaineering Tri-Awning

Closeouts. Think of ALPS Mountaineering's Tri awning as shade insurance -- no matter how hot the day is, you'll always have a cool retreat to escape under. Easy-to-assemble three-pole design includes a Sunshield side fabric panel for added protection from the sun.

  • Includes stuff sack, stakes and guy ropes
  • Size: Adjustable from 13½x13½' to 15x15', 75-95 sq.ft.
  • Height: 6-6½'
  • Stuff size: 25x5"
  • Weight: 11 lb.
  • Material: UV-resistant polyester fabric and fiberglass poles
  • Made in China.
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Specs about ALPS Mountaineering Tri-Awning

  • Seasons: 3-Season
  • 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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3.989583 5 Overall Rating: 4 Based on 96 reviews

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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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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Glassgirl from Lake Michigan on Thursday, July 7, 2016
    Those long hot days at the beach call for some relief, for some more than others in our family. This tent creates max amount of shade because of its shape and its ground hugging profile. It also does very well in the high winds we sometimes have along Lake Michigan and There's plenty of room underneath for lots of chairs. This is our third tent we have ordered over 20 years (sand in the fittings eventually renders it unusable). We've seen all kinds of tents on the beach but this is the best one for us. We don't have the handiest guys but they are able to set the tent with no groaning.
  • Reviewed by Karen from New Mexico on Saturday, July 2, 2016
    This shade tent is light, easy to set up, comes in a great carrying case, and is generally fantastic in every regard except one: it is made from the cheapest possible materials. The first time we used it, one of the grommets popped off. The second time we used it, the fabric tore along a seam and two of the fiberglass poles shattered after a strong gust of wind. We won't be using it a third time. I'm giving it one star because I was still picking fiberglass splinters out of my hand three days later, and that completely overrides any appreciation I might have for the great form factor or setup capability. SO DISAPPOINTING. I would pay a LOT more for this tent made with materials meant to withstand, y'know, the outdoors.

    Plus, ow.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dan from NYC on Tuesday, May 17, 2016
    But weak for windy day.
  • Reviewed by Jordan the Hunter from Tennessee on Monday, May 16, 2016
    I'm sure this thing might have some usefulness to someone, but I can't for the life of me think who that person might be. I ordered this as I thought it might be useful for a beach trip or down on the river during the summer to provide shade. I gave it to my wife so that she could use it for field day at her school. I haven't even taken it out of the bag. So when I came in that day, I asked her how it worked and she said they never could get it to stay up (That's what she said). Anyway, me thinking that I am a superior outdoorsman, decided that i would set it up in the yard and show her how easy it was and how well it would work.

    Conditions: Sunny, wind gusts to about 10-12 mph, but otherwise calm
    Place: my sodded lawn
    Time to erect: 10-15 minutes
    Time to get correct: additional 30 minutes

    Pro's: Was up

    Cons: Whenever the wind would blow, This thing folds up like a double stranded DNA helix. I'm talking like barely any wind at all and this thing goes to flopping around the Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm-Flailing Tubeman. So i think, this is what those extra tie downs are for and place them around it and anchor them to the ground.
    Well, this works, so i go to attach the additional sun shade, clips break.

    So, the worst part was that during this ordeal, my wife is looking out the window at me and laughing hysterically as I swear and throw things like a child.
    Well, I decided to go inside and get something to drink>>>>fast forward a couple hours, I go back outside and this thing has blown down, stakes pulled up and pieces of tent strewn across the neighborhood. Thought about just moving, but instead decided to find and pack up all the parts of this thing and send it back.
  • 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

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