The Tri-Awning is a great item to bring along to almost any outdoor event, rain or shine. With endless height and area options, it can fit all your activity needs and help block the sun at different times of the day. Whether you're playing games, taking a break from the sun, or enjoying a picnic, the Tri-Awning compacts so small, and sets up so easy, that it is going to become an item you want to bring to all your events. This awning uses an easy to assemble 3-pole design. It includes a removable "sunshield" side fabric panel for extra protection from the sun, wind, or rain. One side eave of the awning is taller so you have improved visibility. Weighing in at only 9 lbs. 8 oz., it won't be a struggle to bring the Tri-Awning from one event to another, or to store it at home in-between.
- Easy-to-assemble three-pole design
- Includes "sunshield" side fabric panel for extra protection
- One side eave is taller for improved visibility
- Fabric is UV-resistant 75D polyester with 1500mm multi-pass urethane coating
- Stakes, guy ropes, and zippered 5" x 5" x 28" carry bag included
- 11 mm shock-corded fiberglass poles
- Variable height and width adjustment for best sun protection
- 15' x 15' x 15' (95 sq. ft.) maximum size with 6' center height
- 13.5' x 13.5' x 13.5' (75 sq. ft.) size with 6'6 center height
- Total weight: 9 lbs. 15 oz
Since our inception in 1993 by outdoor gear designer and company founder Dennis Brune, ALPS has become an innovation and customer satisfaction leader. Founder Brune enjoyed a successful career beginning in 1979 with the technical mountaineering manufacturer Kelty. He moved from product development to sales and marketing, then to management.
Brune had a vision of an outdoor company that would deliver high-quality performance gear priced within a comfortable reach for the everyday outdoorsman and woman. In essence, premium outdoor products whose performance exceeded the expectations of their price points. This combined with a focused attention on customer service has been a winning combination.
Dennis and his wife, LaRayne, wanted to share the passion for the outdoors with their three children. The time spent outdoors are their most cherished memories, and continue to be the stories told when they're together. Brian, Adam and Sarah Kristin have their roles in the company today. The family business was redefined as each child's spouses joined the ALPS team throughout the years. The pride of passing on a passion to your children is an amazing feeling, but to pass along a passion through your children to your grandchildren is something to treasure.
ALPS headquarters was built out of and around the Brune home. In 2015, they officially out-grew their Lyon campus and purchased a 100,000 sq. ft. building in the city limits of New Haven, where the bulk of their warehousing staff and products are now located.