Taking a road trip to go skate? Tired of sleeping in the truck? Girl x Poler collab tents and apparel are here for you.
Girl Skateboards turned 20 years old this year and they’ve been doing some rad new collabs. Their latest collaboration with Poler Stuff is a good one. They just put out a premium Girl x Poler tee and crew sweatshirt. Throw these on to stay warm around the campfire.
When it’s time to go to sleep, crawl into the Girl x Poler One Man tent and pass out. If you have a partner or want to set up your TV in the woods, get cozy in the Girl x Poler Two Man tent instead. Keep an ear out for Sasquatch.
The Poler x Girl One Man Tent fits one man, woman or child with room to spare. Or one half of a Sasquatch. Soak in the stars or snap on the fly to keep the raindrops out. Oversized so you have plenty of room to sit up and change your clothes or do yoga. Keep dirty boots and other stuff nice and dry under the vestibule. Everything together weighs 5.5 pounds, including stakes. Assembled measurements are about 32″ across, 85″ wide and 40″ tall. It measures 6″ across by about 18″ long, all packed up.
The Poler x Girl Two Man Tent is the same spacious design as Poler’s one man tent, only wide enough to accommodate 2 big people. If you’re feeling snuggly, maybe 2 big people and a child, or possibly even 3 smaller sized people. Or 1 Sasquatch. The tent has two doors and two vestibules for stashing gear. The whole kit weighs in at 7.5 pounds, including stakes. Assembled, it’s 60″ across, 85″ long and 40″ tall. In the bag, it measures 7″ across by about 18″ long.
Both tents have fully taped seams on the fly with 3000mm waterproof coating to ensure a dry night. They assemble with just one lightweight pole that snaps together like magic. Simple and efficient. An eye shaped window allows a view of the weather or the stars at night. These second generation Poler Stuff tents have improved interior space, and a much more versatile and modular doorway. All tent seams are taped and sealed. Each tent comes with tie down line, tent stakes and patch/repair kit.
Go skate, go camp, go find Sasquatch. Where have you taken your Poler tent?