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    'Camping boating & fishing store' .. Umm I KNOW it's not CBF, maybe CFB, anyhoo, I saw the twist open ones and they were pretty cheap, somewhere in the $20-50 range there, but they didn't have great coverage, but would be better than nothing and would be super portable.

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    The camping stores have good ones, for a reasonable price. I prefer the ones which are made from sun protective fabric (some of the cheaper ones aren't).

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    We got ours from Ray's but they also have good quality ones at Anaconda, etc.

    Strongly recommend spending that little bit more for a good one - ours was $85 on special and it pops up and folds down really easily and is huge with protection on three sides.

    I made sure I got a good one - My DH has red hair so refuses to go to the beach without loads of shade, buckets of suncream and covered head to toe like one of those desert people.

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    Homemart have them in this weeks catalogue for $24.95 but I don't think they have UV protection, I think they are just shade and shelter!

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    I got mine from artisantents a couple of years ago. Family size,it was only about $50. It works well in the wind. There's a bunch of popup tents available on artisantents but popup makes me think it could be blown more easily.
    You can also find there moroccan tents.

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    Our post office sells them!

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    Really old thread....


 

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