Texsport® Caribe Cabana

Item # WX2-204760

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Details & Specs

Made in the shade? Definitely. Texsport® Caribé Cabana with Front Privacy Flap is a beachcomber must - have.

Portable shade to protect you from sun, rain and wind. So beach-ing and picnicking are that much more fun, no matter what. Here's the scoop:
  • Measures 8'3" x 5' x 4'3"h.
  • Front zippered clam flap for privacy or protection
  • Heavy-duty PU-coated taffeta with silver coating for increased UV protection and cool comfort
  • Durable attached taffeta floor
  • Easy 3-pole pin and ring frame system with shock-corded fiberglass poles
  • 4 weight / sand bags for increased stability
  • 3 No-See-Um mesh windows with zippered storm flaps
  • Flame retardant, meets C.P.A.I.-84 specifications
  • Comes complete with stakes and carry / storage bag.


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  1. I called and cancelled my order for these cabanas because they couldn't be shipped until after I would be returning from my trip to the Beach. I received a confirmation of cancellation phone call. Upon my return from our trip the cabanas were sitting on our porch. What do I do now?
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