Screened Awning. Canopy Party Tent.

Screened Awning

screened awning
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  • a canopy made of canvas to shelter people or things from rain or sun
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screened awning - Coleman 13
Coleman 13 x 11 Insta-Clip Screen
Coleman 13 x 11 Insta-Clip Screen
13x11 Insta-Clip Screen (4 Leg)

The Coleman 9392-131 13 x 11-foot InstaClip Screen Shelter lets you take convenient bug protection with you anywhere. This 13-feet by 11-feet screen shelter has a center hub and WindStrong system that locks the frame in place and strengthens the shelter's ability to stand up in windy conditions.
The InstaClip construction and shock-corded poles make the structure extremely fast and easy to set up and hold the fabric taut. This Coleman screen shelter has roof vents for added airflow and to reduce lift forces, and a 95-inch center height allows plenty of head room. This InstaClip Screen shelter is constructed of durable polyester taffeta with a 450-millimeter water-resistant polyurethane coating, and no-see-um polyester mesh to keep even the tiniest insects out without disturbing your view. Additionally, this shelter is CPAI-84 flame-resistance compliant.
Features include two large D-shaped doors, a hanging pocket organizer, non-wicking threads and zippers, guy-lines and stakes for adding stability, and a handy storage bag.
What's in the Box?
Coleman screen shelter, guy-lines, stakes, storage bag
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited three-year warranty

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Awnings Dallas, Texas TX
Awnings Dallas, Texas TX
Royal Signs LLC is full sign service company in Dallas, Texas (TX) specialized in installation, fabrication and manufacture of metal, aluminum, fabric, vinyl, shade screen, and retractable awnings.
iPod touch Screens
iPod touch Screens
Screens of my iPod touch (2nd Gen - 16GB) Of course, the 10th screen isn't real.

screened awning
screened awning
Paha Que Perry Mesa ScreenRoom/Tent Combo (8 Person)
The Perry Mesa is the largest and most versatile tent manufactured by Paha Que Wilderness. Like all Paha Que tents, the Perry Mesa Tent uses state-of-the art fabrics, design and quality for performance that ensures you a trouble-free camping experience. The Perry Mesa Tent combines the very best features of Paha Que’ Tents and ScreenRoom’s into one super-functional shelter.The tent section can be completely sealed off and will provide 100% guaranteed waterproof shelter. It’s large door can open to the ScreenRoom section to create one giant room. The ScreenRoom section has awnings built onto all three sides. These awnings can be put out as awnings, rolled up out of the way, or put down to cover that side of the tent from wind/rain/sun etc. With all three awnings down the ScreenRoom section can be sealed off to create a floorless tent area.

A roomy tent combined with an even roomier screen room, the Perry Mesa eight-person tent is the largest and most versatile shelter made by Paha Que. In its default configuration, the Perry Mesa boasts a 10-by-6-foot sleeping area and a 10-by-7-foot screen room, letting campers enjoy two dramatically different living spaces without buying two separate shelters. However, campers can also bolt the screen room awnings down and turn the Perry Mesa into one giant weatherproof room (the screen room side will be floorless). This option is ideal for stormy days when you don't want to leave the tent but need a little extra elbowroom, or for family trips where you need more sleeping space than the tent room itself can provide. And once the weather improves, you can create a wide-open, airy feel throughout, with a no-see-um mesh roof, doors, and windows providing excellent ventilation and visibility around camp.
Additional features include heavy-duty polyurethane waterproofing on the rainfly, sidewalls, and window fabric; factory tape-sealed seams for guaranteed water-resistance; vertical walls to ensure maximum headroom; two large doors that provide an inside-out feel; a D-shaped interior door between the two rooms to keep the tent area private and easily accessible; and a full set of guy lines and ground stakes. The tent comes with a sturdy carrying bag.

The Perry Mesa combines a roomy tent with a protective screen room.
Roof: 1.8-ounce, high-tenacity no-see-um mesh over tent and screen room areas
Sidewalls: 1.8-ounce, high-tenacity no-see-um mesh
Awnings: 190T polyester, with heavy-duty waterproofing and UV coatings
Poles: 22mm, 6000 series aluminum alloy
Zippers: YBS with corrosion-resistant nickel sliders
Rainfly: 75D polyester oxford with heavy-duty waterproofing and UV coatings
Floor size: 10 by 14 feet total; 10 by 6 feet (tent), 10 by 7 feet (screen room)
Sidewall height: 5 feet 6 inches
Inside height: 6 feet 6 inches at peak
Awnings: 9 feet by 5 feet 6 inches
About Paha Que
It all started with three guys and a tent. The three camping buddies who founded Paha Que began talking over evening campfires about how to build a better tent--one that wouldn't leak, but was roomy; one that offered headroom to folks who stand 6 feet or taller; and one that provided camping enthusiasts with the luxuries of home. So they discussed their idea to their friend Spike, Pamo Valley ranch foreman for the last 50 years. His reply? "Stop talkin' bout it, and get to it, dammit!" The fruits of their labor evolved into a company known today as Paha Que Wilderness and the trio's signature tent, the Pamo Valley. Paha Que is headquartered in Poway, California.