Oztent Malamoo 4−Hub Beach Shelter
How to set up & pack away
Details & Specs
Keep out of the sun’s rays when you’re relaxing at the beach with the roomy, protective and compact Malamoo 4-Hub Beach Shelter from Oztent.
This shelter is constructed from 190T polyester which features UPF50+ protection and is designed to perform in harsh Aussie conditions. Thanks to the clever rapid hub technology, all you need to do is pop out the four hubs, and this beach shade is ready to use. The interior is super roomy and comfortable to relax and unwind in, has a large entrance for simple access and windows for plenty of ventilation.
With a lightweight and easy to carry packed size, transporting the Malamoo Shelter is a breeze, so you can get beach-ready at a moment’s notice. Ideal for warm days by the water, the Malamoo 4-Hub Beach Shelter from Oztent will protect you from harsh UV rays this summer.
Rapid hub technology for easy setup
Large floor area for comfort
Extra-large entrance for access
Big windows for airflow
UPF50+ protected to shelter you from the harsh Australian sun
Compact and lightweight for transport and storage
Included: beach shelter, 3 x attached guy ropes, 9 x pegs/stakes, 4 x sandbags, and carry bag
200W x 175D cm
110L x 16W x 16H cm
Max. Head Height:
Rain 1 answer
Are these waterproof?
Sarah - New Lambton, NSW(1 year ago)
They're not, no. Ultimately these are shade shelters, primarily in use for summer beach days. The material would probably hold up in light or intermittent showers, but there is no seam sealing or fabric treatment that would keep you dry in anything more than that. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Sand peg size1 answer
What sand peg length would work best for these shelters - hard to work out simply looking at it online
Shaun - Petersham, NSW (1 year ago)
The 200-300mm sand pegs are the size you would go with for general use, and you would need 9 of them - 6 for the floor and 3 for the guy ropes (if you are not using the sand bag option) You can find the recommended pegs in the "You Might Also Like" section on the product page, hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Windy beach 1 answer
Are these any good at the beach on a windy day?
Morgan - Brisbane(3 years ago)
They can handle a fair amount of wind as they have quite a few peg points, however they might blow around quite a bit on a very windy day. Ben gives the shelter a bit of a shake test in the features video, so it would be worth having a squizz at that for an idea of the flex it has.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Bush 1 answer
Can I use this on grass camping and is the floor tough - I have 2 dogs that go camping with meðŸŒ¸
Belinda - Kuranda (4 years ago)
Good question, the shelter is really designed for using at the beach as the materials are fairly lightweight. The shelter should be fine on soft grass like you'd find in most caravan parks, so we think it should be ok, but it might be worth setting it up on top of an ultramesh tarp just to be sure.