This is a wonderful tent. Once one figures out how to set it up, it goes quickly, can be done by one person. It rained the first time I used it and the inside was entirely dry with the provided fly. There was no condensation on the fly that dripped into the tent. It rained again and again over the next few days and I was always dry inside the tent. In addition, the tiny "vestibule" created by the fly entrance provided a great place to leave footware before entering the tent when it was wet. Because the tent itself is mostly of netting simply covered by a fly when you want, one can't expect it to retain heat well at night. However, the 3rd night I used the tent, the temperature dropped to 26 degrees and I managed to survive the night even though I didn't have a great sleeping bag. Lastly the design of this lightweight tent makes it so that when it comes to take it down, you can unzip the mesh door, turn it upside down and any leaves, etc. comes right out before folding it up. The only suggestion I have is to get the aftermarket aluminum poles if you'll be taking the tent backpacking. Doing so would save a bit of weight. That said, the tent is a great buy at a great price and it arrived very promptly.
We purchased a 2-pk of Caravan black zero-gravity chairs. They arrived in a timely manner, assembled & in good shape. The frame is steel not aluminum but is still light enough to move easily. The construction seems solid, enough to safely hold my 250+ husband. Just got them so they have not been left out in the rain or hot sun for a long period but I suspect they will hold up fine as the construction looks solid. They are SO comfortable. I love taking an afternoon nap or short break in one. And for the price they can't be beat. If the scale would allow I would give these chairs 4.5 stars taking .5 off for the inexpensive plastic arms & locking mechanism. I would definitely recommend these chairs.
The Paha Que Cottonwood 10 x 10 XLT canopy is an outstanding canopy and versatile too. I have owned this canopy for over a year now and it is easy to set up and take down, is light weight and stores easily. There are two wind walls that roll up on the sides and are held in place with small, intact bungy style straps. One wind wall has a sewn in Keder style rope for use with a Keder rail if so desired. I have a teardrop trailer and use my canopy frequently. This is a well made product, I can use one wind wall to cover my trailer for rain and have used the opposite side to extend the canopy out to cover up a picnic table from the sun. The canopy can be raised higher by positioning the legs inward to gain additional height. The canopy can also be used for social functions as it does block the sun and it is durable. The aluminum legs have shock cords built into them which makes assembly a breeze. I place the fabric over my trailer first, insert the two long support poles through the mesh canopy sleeves (shown in black in the photo), install the corner poles and the canopy raises up. It is easy to position, comes with storage bags for the canopy cover (tie-down strings for windy conditions, aluminum canopy corner stakes, etc.) and support poles and is much lighter than the EZ up canopies that are bulky and harder to store. You can also purchase additional wind walls from www.pahaque.com at a minimal cost and they do come in handy. We love this canopy and are completely satisfied with the construction and materials used! Well worth the price of purchase!
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