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Paha Que Shadow Mountain Cabana

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    6 Reviews


    Light and simple sun and wind protection.

    For light weight, easy set-up, and all-around shelter, nothing beats the Paha Que Shadow Mountain Cabana. It's 12 feet wide and over six feet tall to provide plenty of defense against wind, sun, and even rain, and sets up quickly and easily so you don't waste time getting ready to relax. Every side has a mesh window with a zip covering, and the Shadow Mountain comes with all the guy lines, stakes, and sand anchors that you need to kick back on the beach, in the park, or at the campground.

    • 190T polyester taffeta walls
    • Three zippered no-see-um mesh windows
    • Polyurethane floor
    • Fiberglass poles
    • Gear bags under windows
    • Built-in sandbag anchors
    • Oversized carry bag
    • SPF-30+ sun protection
    • Item #PAH000G

    Tech Specs

    [walls] 190T polyester taffeta, [floor] polyethelene
    Tie Points
    fiberglass (11mm), fiberglass (12.7mm)
    Poles Included
    Interior Height
    78 in
    144 x 78 in
    Packed Size
    28 x 6 in
    Packed Weight
    13 lb
    Recommended Use
    beach days, barbecues
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought this to use down at the beach and it worked better than I thought it would. Some things to point out though are it does not have instructions it just tells you how to set it up so it can be a little confusing at first but once you get the hang of it, its really easy. Also the zipper windows at the bottom leak a little when it rains. Other than that this is a great product.

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      Great product potential, but poor design. Inserting the fiberglass poles is difficult and the stuff sack is abysmal (too small, tears easily). To put this into perspective, I am comparing this product to the quality of other similar structures such as my tents (North Face, Sierra Designs, Big Agnes, Outdoor Research). The quality of design and craftsmanship (of the Paha Que) pales in comparison.

      Great Item - no problems

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have owned two of these items for over 6 years, used each at least 25 times. Have never had a problem with either of them. The set up is very easy, and they are very durable in wind, especially at the beach. We did call this company to request more guide lines to hold the tent steady, and they sent them to us at no extra charge! Great customer service

      Great design terrible quality

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      We purchased the shadow mountain at the beginning of the summer. I really like the design. It provides enough shade to sit comfortably with a cooler and a couple of chairs. It is also tall enough to put a small table and cook standing up while the stove is being protected from the wind.

      However, the manufacture and quality of the product is not what I expected. On our first outing, one of the sand bags that prevent the tent from moving ripped off so that it was no longer attached to the tent. The same happened to two other sand bags on subsequent outings. The corners where the polyethelene meets the longest pole and the canopy tore out on both sides of the tent approximately 4 inches on each side. And finally, the elastic inside the fiberglass pole snapped (in many tents this elastic can be replaced but in this case, the end caps have been crimped and the elastic does not seem to be replaceable )

      I usually take very good care of my gear and I expected this to last much longer than 5 outings. I have had tent from a different manufacturer for 9 years and it is still in great shape.

      I would not recommend this to a friend.

      Some nice features, but problems as well

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      This is quite big, too big for the beach, I think - it would block everyone else's view. At a concert, I set it up at the very back to not bother anyone else. Since it has a vinyl coated floor and fiberglass poles, it is also quite heavy, compared to a backpacking tent. Setup and takedown are tedious, and downright frustrating if only 1 person is setting it up. The metal ferrules between the pole segments are quite bulky, and have sharp edges, so that they catch and jam in each fabric sleeve they have to get through. The storage sack ripped the first time I used it, and is too thin a fabric for this heavy load. Once up, it is roomy, pretty stable, nice ventilation with the 3 windows and nice interior pockets. I returned it and will get something lighter and smaller.