The North Face Homestead Shade

The North Face Homestead Shade
The North Face Homestead Shade
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Homestead Shade by The North Face
The North Face Homestead Shade provides sun and rain protection while being able to function as a tent porch for your weekend camping trips. It is compatible with several The North Face tents or can stand alone to keep you comfortable when you're out camping. Its large vaulted opening provides ample protection while its one-pole structure enables a quick and easy set up so you can spend more time enjoying the outdoors.

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SKU: TNF05CV
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