Cabela's Adjustable-Height Tent Poles

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Cabela's Adjustable-Height Tent Poles -
Durable, versatile replacement poles for cabin tents, canopies and dining flies. Made of tough, lightweight steel with a unique, reliable cam locking mechanism that secures the telescoping poles at any height between the minimum and maximum. Sections are shock corded together for compact, easy storage when not in use. Sold per each.


  • Telescopic design allows height adjustment
  • Use for cabin tents, canopies, tarps and wings
  • Durable, versatile replacement poles
  • Lightweight steel with cam locking mechanism
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Cabela's Adjustable-Height Tent Poles Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Work great

This is a second set of these for me. They're light-weight but sturdy and easily adjustable. Once adjusted they stay at the chosen height. The pointy-end is sufficiently long that I can rig my rope both above and below the eye on a Cabela's Outfitter tarp keeping my cook-shelter together - even in a strong wind. Beats heck out of cutting and whittling a stick.
BigfootlivesinColorado at Cabelas on 11/12/2013

Adjustable tent poles

Used to hold up tarp infront of tent for cooking area.They worked great . Held up even with the weight of snow on the tarp.
Elkhunter111 at Cabelas on 01/27/2011

Good pole

Well designed from the ground up!
Edb46 at Cabelas on 10/29/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Plastic locking lever broke in package

I like the utility of these poles. Will use them for propping up tarps, or my tent fly door. However, the plastic lever arm (which locks the extension) was broke in the package. Decided to repair it myself rather than ship it back. Additional use will determine whether they will hold up okay. Also, a bit stubborn to insert leg into locking section during initial assembly.
DoctorJig at Cabelas on 01/24/2014