Pop Up Shelter for Outdoor Events
“Wheather or Not,” the creators of the Under the Weather tent want to make sure you are comfortable and dry. Get it? Whether or not it rains on your parade, your kid’s soccer game, or whatever outdoor situation where an umbrella and a jacket just won’t do, slip into your water and wind resistant, portable and lightweight tent escape. It provides shelter from the sun, rain and snow.
Inside the fully enclosable, zippered tent, it will be a whopping 30 degrees warmer (suffice to say, then, that it’s best used in cold weather.) Plus, you get sun protection with SPF 50 and 270 degree viewing. The popup pod is made of polyester with PU coating and measures 42” L x 42” W x 58” H. It’s assembled and taken down in seconds, so you won’t soak in the process of trying to get into and out of the tent. When you’re done using it, it folds into a carry bag of 22” diameters that weights 7 pounds. It fits a standard-size folding chair and comes with a roof, stakes and case for carrying.
The larger sibling, the XL undertheweather tent, can hold two small, armless chairs. It comes in a variety of colors, from clear, black and orange to camo. Price for a regular tent is $89.99–$99.99. The XL is $119.99 and the Squadpod is $199.99.
“Under the Weather® has been home to the original pop-up WeatherPod™ since it was established in 2010 and is the brand of choice for outdoor enthusiasts the world over. First to market in the Outdoor Sports category, it’s our mission to continue to innovate in weather protection, and relief, for sports parents, hobbyists, hikers, tailgating fans, festival buffs, and anyone who’s determined to ‘Be There. Weather or Not.™'”
“Rick’s the guy with an entrepreneurial spirit and a brilliant idea. We all know most ideas usually end at the “brilliant idea” stage–but not for Rick. He’s spent years creating and perfecting the original, fully-enclosable personal Pod that pops-up and folds down in seconds (and we mean seconds). The idea came to Rick on the sidelines of a soccer field sitting in 29° degree weather, with high winds and sleet, bundled up yet soaked to the bone and freezing cold. He sketched his first Pod on the way home.”
Learn more at under-the-weather.com.