The Pacific Breeze easy up beach tent comes in two different sizes.
This is the smaller of the two, but it’s still well proportioned at 87 X 47 X 49 inches (length/height/depth). There’s plenty of room for two adults inside.
It folds down to a compact 40 X 5 X 5 inches (length/width/height) and weighs just four and a half pounds – so it’s very easily transported wherever you want to use it. A convenient carrying case is provided to make life even easier.
The fabric is breathable polyester and provides UPF 50+ protection from the sun’s rays as well as being water repellent.
There are some handy mesh pockets on the rear wall, which you can use to store your sun tan lotion, water bottle, book, sunglasses etc.
Plastic stakes are supplied to secure the tent at each corner using cord loops. you can also fill three bags with sand or small stones for added stability if you need it.
One of the big pluses of this tent is the fact that it is so easy to put up and take down again when it’s time to go. After all, a day at the beach is supposed to be a relaxing event – and who wants to spend too much time struggling with setting up their beach tent?
Here’s a short video which summarises the main features of the tent and also shows how incredibly easy setting it up and taking it down is:
If you need a little extra space at the beach, why not look at the Pacific Breeze Deluxe XL Beach Tent? It features all the same key points (including the patented Pacific Breeze easy up system) but is a little larger at 95″ L x 52″ H x 51″ D.
You will easily fit 3 or 4 people inside – or two adults and a couple of kids.
However, even considering its generous dimensions, it still folds down to 38 X 6 X 6 inches and weighs just a fraction over 6 pounds. Once again, a well proportioned carry case is supplied for your convenience. It’s a loose fit – so you won’t have to struggle to squeeze it back in when it’s time to go home.
There are three side windows to provide ventilation if you want it. If not, you can roll up the fabric curtains.
Inside there are mesh pockets for storing all of your small personal items and keeping them out of the sand and the wet. There are a couple of hanging loops from the roof that you can clip items onto as well.
Plastic pegs are provided for securing the tent at the corners and there are 5 side pockets which can be filled with sand or small stones for added stability if required.
Here’s a video summary of the key features – and again, it’s worth checking out how incredibly easy it is to put this tent up and take it down again.