Customer Reviews Of:
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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Average Rating based on 102 reviews 3.960784 0 5
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Nick from Memphis on Tuesday, June 19, 2018
    Good design, easy set up and take down (easily less than 5' with 2 people), creates a good patch of shade. Exactly what we wanted - we use it for our kids sporting events. Have to be a little careful due to the fact that it blocks the view of people sitting to the side of you if they are back a little further than you.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Chris from Maryland on Monday, June 4, 2018
    This awning does not stand up in even light 5-10 mph winds. The guy-lines help a little, but fundamentally the poles are too long and flexible to keep the awning fully upright. Also, the shock cord in one of the poles broke after very little use. Dealing with Alps Mountaineering directly.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by MRose from NorCal on Wednesday, May 31, 2017
    Haven't gotten to the beach yet- so that review is for later, but setting this up in the yard was easy for two experienced tent pitchers, it is really BIG- no problem for the gang w. beach chairs- and it packs into a small 9.5lb load-good for duffle packing.
  • Reviewed by Cody from southern california, colorado & montana on Thursday, December 15, 2016
    If you buy this, just know that it should be used as a sunshade on calm to mildly windy days. Otherwise you'll need to buy larger stakes (take a hammer) and likely still be disappointed and frustrated if you have wind. it was entirely too flexible, so moved like a kite, and the grommet on the side that would apparently add another tiedown point ripped away in the first gust.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by REF from Decatur, GA on Wednesday, September 14, 2016
    Arrived in a dented box with no product damage. Although a very awkward process to pitch with 2 people assembling and breaking down, the long structural poles, pegs (highly suggest purchasing 3 - 7 sand anchors), and guy lines held this canopy better than any other tent or canopy on a FL Gulf of Mecico windy beach with 10-15 MPH gusts. Other canopies and instant pop-up tents damaged by the wind were in a disposal by the end of the day It provided a fantastic shaded area. It dries fast, and stores nicely into the canopy zippered bag. I'm happy with my purchase.
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