When you’re outdoors, having a great time with your friends and family - it’s easy to forget to shelter yourself from the harsh Australian sun. By adding a couple of sun walls to your shelter you can have an extra barrier to stop your food, beverages and guests from wilting in the hot sun.
This sun wall will attach to your Event 12 shelter with ease, via a clip on attachment that’ll stay secure until it needs to come off at the end of the night. You and your guests will still be able to access your shelter, as there is a centre zip down the wall to make it easy to get and out.
And, with multiple peg down points at the base of the wall – everything will stay secure so you won’t have to worry about it flapping about while you’re enjoying your outdoor festivities.
Upgraded to the Event 12 after camping with a traditional style gazebo for some time. The Event has held up really well to heavy downpours and strong winds, draining well down the corners. It’s really quick and easy to setup and the walls are a simple to add when you need to. It packs much smaller than other gazebos too and fits easily in our roof pod.
We really liked the sun walls for this gazebo. Really like that you can peg down the wall so it doesn't flap in wind.
The first day of camping would have been really bad if it weren't for the sunwalls.
A bit sunny... put up a sunwall.
It got a bit windy... put up a second sunwall.
It started raining... put up the third sunwall to keep the camp kitchen dry.
It got very cold and blowy... put up the fourth sunwall. All pegged down with laughter: why haven't we done this sooner.
Pardon the pun... but cooking became a breeze (still well ventilated).
Very strong, good tie down points.
The Sunwall was great on our last camping trip (in fact we bought 2), it kept the rain & wind out so that we could still enjoy being outside & also kept our gear dry. Also works as a privacy wall to block out neighbours campsite-an extra bonus & something I hadn't considered when purchasing this product.
We have two of these we put side by side over our little van. We want to keep the flies out (as much as possible anyway) and keep it cool, and unsure about mesh vs sunwall. One would surely be mesh - the main entry and exist. Would the other 5 be better as sunwall or mesh? Maybe 2 sun walls, and 4 mesh? We would put the 2 sun walls on the side we don't want the sun on, and mesh for the rest. Or possibly it's better to have 3 or 4 sunwalls with only a bit mesh. We don't want it super dark either of course!
My encouragement to you would be to simply go with what you think is best.
Both are really effective walls. The Mesh Walls are great for ventilation, doesn't make space feel 'enclosed' and keeps the surrounding view. Sun Walls are great for blocking the glare of light (but won't remove it all together), acting as a wind block and providing some privacy.
Hi, how do the sunwalls attach to the shelter? Thanks
The Coleman Fast Pitch Event 12 walls use clips to attach to the frame.
I'm just wondering if the sunwall is waterproof at all.
The Fast Pitch Event 12 Sunwall is made from waterproof fabric that will also offer protection from UV rays.
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