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Keep the party covered.

When you've assembled your crew, your cooler, and the carmada for a day on the beach or in the country, don't forget to pack the Paha Que Cottonwood 10 x 10ft XLT with Awnings. With a few folding chairs and a card table, the under-the-awning-club is born and is instantly the social center of a fun day in the outdoors. Plus, it's way better to finish a weekend with more stories than sunburn. Included awnings increase your coverage so much that you might even be able to rent space to passers-by.
  • Packs down to a compact size for convenience during transport
  • 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 during setup and take-down

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Are there actually two (2) awnings included...

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Are there actually two (2) awnings included with the shelter and are there two (2) sets (4 poles) for setting up both awnings?

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There are indeed two awnings, but it would appear that there are two sets of two poles for setting up the awnings.

There are indeed two awnings, but it would appear that there are two sets of two poles for setting up the awnings.
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Took a BEATING and Stood Up to the Test!

I have the Cottonwood 10 x 10 (not the XLT, but essentially the same).

Took it camping this past weekend in the dunes at Assateague Island National Seashore. We knew there was a chance of "scatter t-storms" but weren't going to let the weathermen ruin the weekend.

Long story short, first time setup was challenging, but it was dark and windy. When the wind really started to pick up, we made sure our guylines were perfectly anchored. I backed up my pole stakes with a few sand anchors too.

This 10x10 road out the first night without breaking a sweat, and then stood up to a heavy rainstorm with nervously strong gusts of wind for a few hours the following day. Other shelters around us were damaged, but not ours. Nothing moved, no bend poles, no worries!

Highly recommended.