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Paha Que Cottonwood LT Shade Shelter 10 x 10ft

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    For a temporary break from the sky.

    While the kids run off to play in the neighboring woods, get camp nailed down and set up the Paha Que Cottonwood LT 10 x 10ft Shade Shelter. Paha Que took design examples from fast and simple tent setups and applied them to this tough and ready shelter. Built with the burliest materials, the Cottonwood LT Shade Shelter should withstand just about everything except perhaps meteor showers.
    • Packs down to a compact size for convenience
    • Utilizes lightweight but tough aluminum tent poles
    • Made with durable polyester oxford, complete with waterproofing and UV coating to avoid sun degradation over time
    • Shock-corded poles make managing gear easier
    • Item #PAH0043

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [roof] polyester oxford (150D), PU coating (1500mm), [poles] aluminum (6061)
    Dimensions
    [sidewalls] 5.66 ft, [peak height] 8 ft
    Floor Space
    100 sq ft
    Tie Points
    4
    Claimed Weight
    16 lbs
    Recommended Use
    camping, picnics, fishing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Great shade for the beach

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    After years of buying a large umbrella for the beach, dealing with the wind, and watching each purchase last two years, I decided to spring for the Paha Que 10x10.

    I watched videos of how to set up and followed their advice. I'm still looking for a way to set it up by myself and I have not found it yet. It is definitely a job for two, but all the other person needed to do was stand under the center of the canopy and hold it up while I secured the corners.

    Loosening the straps prior to inserting the corner poles makes the job easier. Also, plan to adjust some of the corners twice. As I set additional corners, I found it helpful to to go back and reset the angles and guy ropes as additional tension altered the first poles I had set. No big deal, just a heads up.

    Once set, it was very secure and I had no fear that the beach wind would force any of the corners loose.

    I definitely plan to get one of the side walls to move around as the sun shifts. Early and late, one of these would greatly extend usable shade.

    And my greatest surprise - everything went back in the carry bag, just as it came out. I find that a rare quality. It is a small package to tote to the beach.