Ozark Trail Canopies UPC & Barcode

Typical cathedral tents offered a 10×10 floor space, whereas many more niche tents had varying sizes. Another key aspect of functionality is the extra convenience features provided by various models. For example, hanging loops, storage compartments, and built-in pockets make canopy use easier and more organized. These tents can quickly become pricey, so focusing on… Continue reading Ozark Trail Canopies UPC & Barcode

Ozark Trail Canopies UPC & Barcode

Its one-pull setup requires more muscle than anticipated, but overall, it is hassle-free and takes only seconds to erect. At 5.4 pounds, it’s the lightest canopy in our lineup, making it very portable. We like the built-in sidewall pockets, attached floor, and roll-away side drapes. However, the tarp-style floor becomes a little hot in the… Continue reading Ozark Trail Canopies UPC & Barcode

Ozark Trail Canopies UPC & Barcode

The weight of this Ozark Trail is lighter than most of the same size alternative steel frame canopy tents, coming in right about 29 lbs. From a positive perspective, the lightweight design increases portability which is certainly important in carrying the tent to its intended location. From a negative perspective, the weight is indicative of… Continue reading Ozark Trail Canopies UPC & Barcode

Ozark Trail Canopies UPC & Barcode

We tested the Coleman 10 × 10 Instant Screened Canopy and Walmart’s Ozark Trail 10′ × 10′ Instant Screen House during our first round of testing in the winter and spring of 2016. These two shelters are the same size and shape (7-foot peak height, 17 pounds) with an almost identical design. The cap-like roofs on both models provided… Continue reading Ozark Trail Canopies UPC & Barcode