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Canopy made from 420D oxford tough fabric treated with fade blockers, anti-aging. Water proof, Fire resistance and UV protection
Heavy duty sturdy, high grade 1.2 inch aluminum frame with powder coat to prevent chipping, peeling, rust and corrosion
With the safety push adjustment buttons, the legs are easy to adjust to multiple height options, which can provide up to 200 square feet of shade for you
Easy to remove and put in storage, no tool needed. A wheeled bag for convenient transport and fits into a trunk easily
Measures 10 X 20 ft. holds up to 30 people, ideal for commercial or recreational use, such as outdoor events, camping, picnics and parties, wedding, sporting events, etc. It an be erected on decks, driveways, lawns, etc.
Size:10 x 20
SNAIL 10′ X 20′ Pop Up Outdoor Foldable Aluminum Canopy
Your SNAIL pop up canopy features a high-strength aluminum frame with finger-friendly toggle locks and polyester fabric. The polyester top creates comfortable shade for you and your guests. No tools are required for assembly. Stakes have been included for added stability. The entire canopy fits inside an included carrying bag that is equipped with casters. This canopy is perfectly designed for outdoor events commercial or recreational uses such as street markets, craft shows, tailgate parties, picnics, camping, and outdoor sporting events.
Note: pop-up tents are not meant for permanent use. If rain occurs, the pop-up tent should not be left unattended.
Style: commercial, pop-up.
Size: 10′ x 20′.
Canopy color: white.
Canopy Top fabric: 420D polyester, UV protected, water proof, fire resistant.
Fire resistance: meets CPAI-84 fire certification.
Attachment type: Velcro straps.
Pole material: powder coated aluminum.
Steel pole: 1.2″.
Roller bag material: 600D polyester tough fabric, black.
Number of legs: 6
Peak height: maximum of 11.1′ adjustable.
Sidewall height: maximum of 8′.
1 x roller bag.
4 x guy lines.
8 x ground stakes.
Size:10 x 20
|Package Dimensions||48 x 36 x 2 inches|
|Item Weight||20 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||20 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
10 customer reviews
3.9 out of 5 stars
Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
June 7, 2017
I will continue review once I actually use it.
UPDATE: I have routinely put up other canopies, but not this one. I needed another hand. I have had up for about 3 days. Wind gusts to almost 20 was about the max, and the canopy shook a little, but very secure and clearly strong and heavy duty. Still very happy. Construction is a little different from my others past. The top structure runs across the side height and the top has a vertical support. Meaning you can reach up and touch. I will try and post a photo soon. I’ll have up for the 4th as well and will update if anything changes. For now, highly recommended. Remember, though, it is heavy. This to me is a great trade off if it stays together in less than perfect weather.
ANOTHER UPDATE: Still very happy. Tough and strong. I live in Houston, so the weather is not so great. 30-40 mph winds were not a problem! Rocked and squeaked some, but held up just fiine. I have not left it up during a typical Houston pouring rain storm, but did have it up during a good steady shower. No leaks. So, so happy with this purchase. Now, it is heavy, but that is one of the reasons it is so durable and reliable in heavy wind. And above I mentioned it was a 2 man job to put up and take down. Since then, however, I have routinely done it alone. I am in my 50s, but pretty capable. Still easier with 2 for sure.
This canopy is very heavy duty. Top is made of a thick, strong material. Legs seem sturdy. I plan on leaving it up all winter so my small dogs have a place to do their business in the rain. I bought twist in anchors from Tractor Supply and screwed them in the ground next to the legs and then zip tied the legs to the anchors. It’s been up for a week with light winds and rain and it’s very solid so far. Way nicer than the cheapo $60 ones you can get at any store.
September 10, 2017
Update, I lowered it during hurricane Irma, and while part of the canvas top came off, the tent made it through, with tropical force winds sustained of 50 mph and gusts of 90mph for two days. Wow. Yes, this is a great tent. And it was under oak trees nestled between two to keep it in place, but the frame did not break. Like this a lot.
June 19, 2017