Coleman Road Trip Beach Shade

The Coleman Road Trip Beach Shade Shelter provides needed relief from a light rain or the sun during picnics, backyard events, or when camping. The Coleman road trip shelter is easy to set up with lightweight, shock-corded poles and can achieve stake-free stability. The shade floor converts to a privacy wall when needed, and a rear window in this Beach Shade shelter allows for even more circulation. With a center height of 57-Inch, this shade shelter has plenty of room to give you that occasional relief from the elements or protect you from a long day in the sun.The Coleman 9192-160 Road Trip Beach Shade Shelter provides needed relief from a light rain or the sun during picnics, backyard events, or when camping. The powder-coated steel frame combines with a heavy-duty polyester canopy for a shade that works for almost any occasion. The Coleman Road Trip shelter is easy to set up with lightweight, shock-corded poles and can achieve stake-free stability with sandbags.

The shade floor converts to a privacy wall when needed, and a rear window in this Beach Shade shelter allows for even more circulation. With a center height of 57 inches, this shade shelter has plenty of room to give you that occasional relief from the elements or protect you from a long day in the sun.

Features and Specifications:

  • Shelter from light rain or sun on the beach, while camping, or in the yard
  • UPF 50+ sun protection
  • Powder-coated steel frame
  • Heavy-duty polyester canopy
  • Easy to set up
  • Lightweight, shock-corded poles
  • Stake-free stability with sandbags
  • Center Height: 57 inches
  • Footprint: 7.5 by 4.5 feet
  • Includes carry bag, sandbags, extra-long stakes

Manufacturer Warranty
Three-year warranty

Product Features

  • 7.5’x4’5′ footprint; 57″ center height
  • 2 zippered doors for privacy — use it as a changing room
  • 4 hanging pockets inside
  • UV Guard Protection for SPF 50+
  • Includes carry bag, sandbags, extra-long stakes, handy dry line and floor mat

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