portapotty shelter recommendations?

Houndoc

Registered User
Location
Grantsville
On the same vein as my questions for good wind-resistant tents, how about good wind-tolerant portapotty shelters? I have tried a couple and they have not survived wind storms, so we have relied on cheap, old dome tents. Works but less than comfortable.

Suggestions?
 

Pike2350

Registered User
Location
Salt Lake City
I bought a pop up shower/bathroom. It's worked ok but is a little cramped. Because there are no poles and the panels can flex I assume it would be good in wind but I've never found out for sure.

It's the Wolfwise shower/changing room
 
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moab_cj5

Premium Member
Supporting Member
I bought a pop up shower/bathroom. It's worked ok but is a little cramped. Because there are no poles and the panels can flex I assume it would be good in wind but I've never found out for sure.

It's the Wolfwise shower/changing room
I have a wolfwise pop up shelter. If not staked, it won't do any good in the wind. Even staked it moves a great deal in the wind, but serves it's purpose. I think it comes with guywires too, but I have never used them or even tied them to the shelter.
 

DaveB

Long Jeep Fan
Location
Holladay, Utah
We use a portable hunting blind which has no poles. It is tall enough to stand up in and has worked well for us when we are camping. The wind will push it around a bit but it always pops back up.
 
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