Paha Que' The Tepee Shower & Outhouse

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Paha Que's Tepee Portable Outhouse provides privacy when you want to get some personal business done on camping trips. For showering, this easy to set up outhouse has an overhead hammock that can hold a three gallon shower bag (not included), and the detachable, heavy-duty floor drains water for extra convenience. For numbers two and one, the outhouse's no-see-um mesh roof and bottom side panels provide plenty of ventilation in case Uncle Joe's fireball chili did a number on your stomach.

- Backcountry.com

The Paha Que' Tepee is the first high quality outhouse/shower shelter that features fiberglass poles that make it free standing. Walls are 2.6oz. ripstop nylon. No-see-um strips at bottom and large no-see-um panels at the peak allow excellent ventilation. The rainfly has three nylon panels and a fourth clear panel to allow sun to warm shower bag. Dual zippers on side wall allow access to dry clothes and towels you can hang on exterior fly poles. 'D' style zippered door has a latch on the inside for security. Mesh gear loft with pockets for wet items. Clear waterproof vinyl gear loft for dry items like toilet paper. Mesh shelf at peak for shower bag. Removable 6.5oz. nylon floor. Floor size: 4 ft. 6 in. x 4 ft. 6 in.; Ht. 7 ft. 10 in. Wt. 10lbs. Pack size 8in. x 26in. Stakes, carry bags included.Freestanding Tepee outhouse/shower roomRemovable 6.5oz. nylon floorFloor size: 4 ft. 6 in. x 4 ft. 6 inWeight = 10 lbs. Ht. 7 ft. 10 inPack size 8in. x 26inStakes and carry bags includedFlame RetardantImport

- Campmor

Paha Que' The Tepee Shower & Outhouse

previously retailed for:
$122.39 - $207.16

The Paha Que' The Tepee Shower & Outhouse is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 2, 2015 at Backcountry.com.

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