Paha Que Tepee Aluminum Shelter Tent – Blue

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PahaQue Wilderness Tepee Shower/Outhouse Tent with aluminum poles (Silver/Blue, 4.5 x 4.5 x 7.5-Feet): Sports & Outdoors

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Price :  $204.42
Product Code :  B00CJ85U5G
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Fabricated from poly oxford in aluminum finish. No-see-um mesh roofing and bottom side panels. Detachable heavy-duty with waterproof flooring. Stows in duffel style carry bag with straps. Easy one-person set up in under 5 minutes.

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  • Product Dimensions: 30 x 7.5 x 7.5 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • ASIN: B00CJ85U5G

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 November 6, 2012
By MattCamper
I have wanted one of these for years. We were heading to a music festival that would have limited facilities, and that finally pushed us to get it. I decided to go with this one versus the cheaper brands out there b/c of the poor reviews on the others. I couldn’t be happier. We put a fully loaded sun shower in the shower holder hammock thingy at the top and the structure barely moved. It has nice little features like a zipper lock on the inside, a zipper access to the towel rod, and many other little niceties.

We got the aluminum poles b/c they are more durable. All fiberglass poles will start to fray and crack in time. So, the difference between the two is not just weight.

It is a bit of a challenge to set up. You have to get inside of it and get the poles into all of the places they need to be without crossing them. I have been camping for over 30 years, I’m an eagle scout, and I have owned several other tents (so I know what I’m doing), and I found it challenging. So, just know that and accept the learning curve. It’s not impossible, just not what you would expect. Once you get it up and running, it is a wonderful piece of gear. It has greatly expanded our range and options for camping as my wife is not so fond of roughing it as I am.


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