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Fiberglass poles are the pits, I never buy fiberglass on purpose and if I am stuck I replace with aluminum as soon as I can. The entire air tent thing is a gimmick, a few years ago a couple of tent manufactures introduced them. Nemo was the company name I believe, my assistant scout master was the lead gadget man, after a very wet weekend he threw it in the dumpster at the camp. It was hillarious as he got his gear in the truck and drug it a crossed the parking lot and dumped it in the dumpster in the pouring rain. He looked so miserable and pathetic. We purchased the same tent but with aluminum poles a couple of months ago from All Pro. it is very nice.
2021 [email protected] 320 Boondock "Mattie Ross" | 2021 [email protected] Nights: 115 | Total nights in a [email protected] 326 | 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk | [email protected] owner since 2014
I appreciate the feedback, which is why I asked for clarity. The Isabella tent is great product, but I'm very intrigued by the inflatable, especially ease of assembly, as I travel solo and am a bit short. I've had no problems with the PahaQue except for those darn poles keep splitting!! And the sagging..
What is the difference between the TAB 400 Allpro awning and the Tab 400 Deluxe Sun Canopy. Is the Sun canopy worth the extra cost? I like the idea of the Walker Tent but setting it up by myself might be an issue and the cost is a bit much.
Inflatables for RVs are tried-and-true tech in use across the pond for YEARS.I am sure the Walker Sunflexx is a quality unit. 17lbs and looks beautiful IMO.As with most things you get what you pay for. Ditto with inflatable boats.
Is the Walker fabric heavier than the lightweight Pahaque awning?