Quechua 2 Seconds Air III

First time we saw one of these tents was at the start of last Summer. Two of them were sitting alongside a real sweet Swedish Surf Wagon. They're called Quechua's (ca-way-choo-wah), and they were occupied by our soon-to-be friends, Sparks and Velez. So what's so special? Well, they're pop-up tents that assemble themselves in just a few seconds. And the 'Air' bit? That refers to the side panels that swing out, allowing a lot of extra air to enter the tent. So after a Summer spent swooning over Sparks and Velez's camping kit, we finally ordered a Quechua of our own and our Friday nights are finally trouble free.

The Quechua 2 Seconds Air III is a free standing, three-man tent with a polyurethane coated rain fly.

Each tent comes equipped with two large adjustable air vents that keep things cool.

The tent measures 7.5 feet long x 6.5 feet wide and weighs just 10 lbs.

"A breathable polyester bedroom under the flysheet means you aren't in contact with the condensation that forms naturally on the inside of the flysheet."

Click here to learn more about the Quechua 2 Seconds Air III.

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