Extra Neso Poles (Various Sizes) - 2 PK

$29.99
  • Extra Neso Poles (Various Sizes) - 2 PK
  • Extra Neso Poles (Various Sizes) - 2 PK
  • Extra Neso Poles (Various Sizes) - 2 PK
  • Extra Neso Poles (Various Sizes) - 2 PK
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  • Extra Neso Poles (Various Sizes) - 2 PK
  • Extra Neso Poles (Various Sizes) - 2 PK
  • Extra Neso Poles (Various Sizes) - 2 PK

Extra Neso Poles (Various Sizes) - 2 PK

$29.99
$29.99

- 2 Pack of Extra Neso Tent Poles

- For a 4 pole set-up, we recommend using the same size poles as the tent you ordered.

- Rust-proof aluminum

- NESO 1 : 5 ft 8 in length

- GRANDE : 6 ft 11 in length 

- GIGANTE : 8 ft 2 in length 

 

Customer Reviews

Based on 65 reviews
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Bill Logan

It gives variable options for setting up the the tent.

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Marsha Shull

Extra Neso Poles (Various Sizes) - 2 PK

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Todd Murphy
Extra support

Light weight and easy to transport. This shelter from the sun is so much easier than or past tents that were big and heavy.

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Peter Hack
Beaches are windy…

I really like the idea of the Neso canopy but it was a challenge to set up and with a bit of wind it was very unstable. Had to do a few tricks to prop it up and keep it standing but others around us who also had Nesos gave up. When someone asked how much it was worth, i responded “nothing if it can’t stay up”. When he corrected with how much it cost, i said “too much for the anxiety of it falling down!” In the end it shaded us from the sun but I wouldn’t recommend it with several other options on the market that are more stable in the wind.

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Mike C
Really great but I don't think there's a perfect solution

I did a lot of research before I bought my Neso and ended up buying a Neso Grande and just got home after a week at the beach.

The good is that the Neso Grande is exactly as advertised. Good shade, great value for money, easy to set up, quiet and stable in winds up to 25 knots.

The not as good are a couple of things:
- the Neso Grande shades in a rectangle with the long side facing away from the beach. So you sit in a two row configuration (2x2 is spacious and you can do 3x3) - so the people in the back row are behind the people in the front row.
- When the wind shifts more than about 10 degrees, you need to shift the entire setup - including the holes you dig for the sand bags.

I bought an extra set of poles and recommend that - the two poles on each side make the hole things more stable.

Our friends had a Shibumi and we sat next to it all week so I'll offer some comparison points.
- On the first day the wind was blowing 15-20 and the Shibumi was so loud flapping in the wind it was hard to hear anyone more than 4' away - incredibly annoying.
- On the last day the wind was blowing 8-10 and shifted about 15 degrees halfway through the day. The Shibumi really shined in this breeze - it has a long horizontal shade space and didn't need to be moved with that shift (my Neso did).

I am happy with the Neso and plan to buy a Gigante - it will provide a better shade space for my family.