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Whetstone Shelter with Floor

Tarps, sunshades, and group shelters

The Whetstone Shelter is the perfect accessory for long days at the beach, soccer tournaments, or music festivals. Rotate the shell with the sun for complete protection and use the mesh pockets to stash snacks, sunscreen, and coozies.
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Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight2lb 9oz / 1.16kg
Packed Weight3lb 10oz / 1.64kg
Packed Size23" x 6" / 58 x 15cm
Floor Area87ft² / 8.1m²
Head Height52" / 132cm
Number of Seasons3


Indispensable sunshade or group shelter is easy to pitch and use anywhere

Adjustable webbing at the sides allows you to shift the shelter quickly as the sun moves or the rain hits 

 Multiple set-up options depending on your needs Multiple interior loops for attaching accessories

Construction + Materials

Polyester taffeta with 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating

Pole sleeves are durable polyester

All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC's)

Lightweight aluminum pole system

Pole sleeves are simple to use and makes the set up easy

4 interior mesh pockets & 4 aluminum hook stakes 

Footprint included


Here’s what other people think.

What’s in a Name?

The Whetstone Reservoir, in the Twentymile Park area of Routt County, was built by John A. Whetstone, owner of the 7N ranch, to assure a continuing supply of water for his waterwheel that powered his sawmill. In winter, many old coal haulers from the Pleasant Valley cut across the frozen reservoir on their way to the Chergo Mine as they carried coal to Steamboat.