ALPS Mountaineering Tri-Awning

June 23, 2019 - Comment
Add to Cart $103.99Amazon.com Price
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The Tri-Awning is a great item to bring along to almost any outdoor event, rain or shine. With endless height and area options, it can fit all your activity needs and help block the sun at different times of the day. Whether you’re playing games, taking a break from the sun, or enjoying a picnic, the Tri-Awning compacts so small, and sets up so easy, that it is going to become an item you want to bring to all your events. This awning uses an easy to assemble 3-pole design. It includes a removable “sunshield” side fabric panel for extra protection from the sun, wind, or rain. One side eave of the awning is taller so you have improved visibility. Weighing in at only eleven pounds, it won’t be a struggle to bring the Tri-Awning from one event to another, or to store it at home in-between.

Product Features

  • Easy to assemble, fiberglass three-pole design awning
  • Includes “sunshield” side fabric panel for extra protection
  • One side eave is taller for improved stability
  • Fully equipped with stakes, guy ropes and compression carry bag
  • Total Weight: 9 lbs. 8 oz., Height: variable height for best sun protection quality

Comments

Anonymous says:

is what it is I can see why some are giving this mixed or negative reviews; its the term mountaineering. If I took this up to 10,000 ft in a high wind, I would most likely give it a1☆ rating. For the price is a great backyard shade solution for days that aren’t TOO windy. It can handle some wind but some of the seams aren’t doubled or tripled like I’d want in a serious piece of gear. For the price and for what I need it for I’ll call it 5 stars.

Anonymous says:

Highly recommended. Would purchase again Took this bad boy to Death Valley where shade is practically nonexistent. There was a lot of wind in the evening. We used hard core stakes and it did just fine. We also faced it away from the wind (with the triangle attachment in place), so that helped the wind pass over it instead of through it.Setup was super easy, didn’t bother reading in the instructions. Can assemble it on my own but two people is quicker. Despite what I read in some reviews, the quality and durability wasn’t…

Anonymous says:

They don’t make them like they used to… I purchased one of these in 2013 and used it infrequently at the beach, it held up pretty well and performed well. One of the sections of one of the poles split, so I bought a second Tri-Awning and also a shock-corded pole repair kit. I tried several times to use the new one but it was a little different and I could never seem to get it to work in even the slightest breeze. It would move alarmingly and buck and careen around in such a way as to be completely useless. I chased it down the…

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