Paha Que'

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Wilderness Rainfly for Hammock

rated 4 of 5 stars A very good tarp for the price, although probably not for the ultralight crowd. This is a good inexpensive tarp (going for about $30 on Amazon as of this writing). It has good coverage, and goes up relatively quickly. This tarp a bit wider than the ENO and other more expensive hammock tarps, and is a bit heavier as well. It will also take up more space in your pack. The attached carry pouch is sewn on in an odd configuration—when the tarp is put up the carry pouch faces outward and can collect… Full review

10x10 tent for T@G Trailer

rated 0.5 of 5 stars The tent is great. The poles are very poor quality. They bent the first time up and are getting worse. The company insists it's our fault and will not do much to help. Their warranty is ridiculous! We are experienced campers and have set up tents for 33 years. DO NOT BUY THIS BRAND! I spent $595 for this tent and have set it up eight times. Poles continue to bend worse and worse. I have a Coleman tent I have set up well over 50 times. Its poles are in excellent condition. Full review

The ScreenRoom

rated 0.5 of 5 stars I agree with Nathan. Pole broke first time out, called number on warranty card and was pretty much told I was stupid. Worst c/s ever. I asked about replacing parts. Was told they don't do that, call someone else. $500 tent and this is how you're treated!! I would not recommend this company. I am sooo sorry I bought their product. Full review

The ScreenRoom

rated 1 of 5 stars Poles sucks. Their customer service is terrible. Like the tent though. Never buy a Paha Que product again due to their terrible customer service. Full review

Promontory

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a great car camping tent for a large family. I've had this tent for 6 years. My wife and I have used this tent for when we take our nieces and nephews camping four to five times a year. We live in the Texas panhandle where the weather is unpredictable with high winds and thunderstorms. This tent has held up well when guylined out properly for a tent this size and does not lay down like the wally world specials. And this tent is not difficult to set up at all. You have two poles that cross… Full review

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Paha Que' Wilderness, Inc.
13125 Danielson Street
Suite 105
Poway, CA 92064
USA

phone: (858) 748-3762

website: www.pahaque.com
email: happytrails@pahaque.com