Northern Breeze Aluminum Frame Screen House by Eureka
Stay cool while staying protected at the campsite with the Eureka Northern Breeze Aluminum Frame Screen House. UV-resistant and water-resistant, this shelter has a 150D StormShield polyester construction for long-lasting protection against the elements. Meanwhile, the 50D no-see-um mesh wall panels deliver high levels of visibility and breathability to keep the air flowing. A quality, shock-corded aluminum frame is tough-as-nails and holds better ground in the wind and rain than fiberglass for year after year of performance. Eureka equipped it with two full-length doors that zip completely open to get out of your way for easy entry and exit. And when you need extra space, the built-in wind and rain curtains surrounding this shelter double as awnings to really open things up.
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