Eureka 8 ft. Adjustable Upright Pole

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Eureka 8 ft. Adjustable Upright Pole -
These are standard aluminum adjustable poles used on Eureka cabin style tents, tarps, etc. They will telescope from their minimum length to their maximum length locking anywhere in between. Min. Ht.: 52.5 in., Wt.: 24 oz. Diameter: 1". Not available APO-FPO.


  • Pointed tip fits tarp grommets


  • Weight = 1 lb 8 oz.
  • Not available APO-FPO.
  • Eureka 8 ft. Aluminum Adjustable Upright Pole
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Min. Ht.:4' 4.5"

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Eureka 8 ft. Adjustable Upright Pole Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These adjustable poles work great

I used these poles to support a Sunbrella tarp that attaches to the side of my rv. Grommets on the tarp slide over the ends of the adjustable poles that are then staked down to the ground. They worked perfect - depending on the weather we can adjust a partial side or the entire side (away from the rv) up or down to block sun or drain away rain. I was worried about the durability and adjustability - works great. The top of the pole are a little large in diameter, so make sure they work for the grommets you are using them for... if you are using them for grommets in a tarp.
Royktmboy at Campmor on 07/07/2010

Great quality adjustable tent poles

These are excellent adjustable poles. Don't buy the steel ones; those rust easily. Put a mop head or yarn skein on the end, and dust the ceiling for spiderwebs; it really works! There are a lot of things such an adjustable pole is good for, outside of camping. I can wing out my EZ-Up at small fairs (I use a "portable hole" and guy ropes); upside down (butt end up) it's good to push on the EZ-Up roof to shed water when it rains.
Renfaire merchant at Campmor on 04/04/2012


A near exact match replacement for the missing tent pole for a very old but great tent . New pole was the exact configuration, style, and diameter, just had to cut 10" for a perfect match to the other 3. great price, fast shipping, couldn't be happier.
CamperDad at Campmor on 08/08/2012

High Quality, Dependable Pole

I have used these Eureka poles for twenty years, and they are as good as a tent pole gets. Forget those much cheaper steel poles - they will rust after only a few camping trips while the aluminum Eureka poles stay looking like new, worth every penny...
Doc at Campmor on 12/12/2011

Easy adjust

i recently purchased my new Eureka tent and it did not include these for my awning ?? i guess their optional now ? and these fit the bill perfect !!!!
live to be outside ! at Campmor on 08/08/2012

Just what we needed

We use these to hold up the tarp that we like to pitch over our tent when the weather gets real nasty. They work great and are easy to adjust.
HappyCamper at Campmor on 07/07/2011

These work for me

Excellent quality poles, that are infinitely adjustable for height, within their range. Well designed but simple slide lock. Solid and strong.
Oliver at Campmor on 04/04/2012

Great camping poles

These poles are light wieght, strong and easy to use
Car camper at Campmor on 07/07/2013

"I would buy this product again and agai

We use the poles to support our tarp great
Collins & Lane at Campmor on 10/10/2010

adjusts quickly, locks securely

pricey but should last forever
high country at Campmor on 03/03/2011

Neutral Reviews:

There has to be a better way...

I bought these to go with the Eureka Suite V4 tent. Having only used it once, I would not recommend these. They require as much preparation as the tent does and it is not easy to set up. They may become handy later on in the summer, but as of right now they were a waste of money. If you have a couple of walking poles, they will work just as well. In addition, they are still way too long to travel with in the car. They need to break down to a manageable length.
Canis at Campmor on 04/04/2013

Wish they collasped a little more

they do work, but I wish they collasped to a more managable height for transport
Nikki at Campmor on 09/09/2011