- 10ft x 10ft (3m x 3m) foot-print, peak height of 14ft (4.27m)
- Rugged 300D Polyester shell with PU & UV treatments
- Double vented top for maximum air flow
- Powder coated tenacious steel frame
- Reflective accents and reinforced corners
- Weight of 46 pounds
- Convenient wheel bag for easy storage and transport
- ABS plastic sliders for convenient height adjustment
- Heavy-duty ground stakes and ropes included
- Optional detachable side walls
- Meets CPAI-84 flame resistance code
- Reflective accents for higher visibility
- Utility Crews
- Survey Crews
- Oil/Gas Refining
- Emergency Response
Customer Ratings and Reviews
This tent is the real deal. Saved me on a day when it reach 115+ degrees F.
Tent appears and says it's lime green. IT IS NOT. It is yellow. Had to return mine. This picture is not true to color. Safety yellow is more the color. Tent appeared well made, but deceptive color.
We are so sorry that the tent was not the color that you were hoping for! Please let us know if you have any questions in the future, and we would be happy to answer them!
I'm writing to you with a testimonial. After looking at it for some time for work I bought a SHAX 6000 shelter Friday for my personal use to test before I bought them for my business. I have to say I love the color and the ease of how it set up. On Saturday we took it and set it up for shade. During the party a dirt devil came through. The dirt devil broke the straps we used (not the ones that came with it) and it picked up the shelter about 40' in the air and then droped it about 500' away. The 2 other shelters being used folded in half (not your brand). I went hiking to pick up the remains of my brand new shelter, due to the color it wasn't hard to find. When I first walked up on it I was amazed it appeared to be in 1 piece although 1 leg was caught in a large scrub oak bush. Once I got it out of the tree I inspected it and folded it up to take it back. No one could believe it, the shelter survived other than I brace and a small cut in the top due the the oak bush. We've seen things like this before and they've always ended up in a twisted metal mess with no possibility of repair.