Guide Series Combo Canopy
Dry-tanium water-repellent 150D polyester taffeta
190T-coated polyester windscreens are removable
Integrated, collapsible ZipFrame is easy to set up
Silver undercoating deflects UV rays
10'W x 10'L x 9'3"H, 100 sq. ft. of shade
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Product DescriptionThis easy-to-use canopy is perfect for the backyard, the beach, and sporting events. Removable mesh sides let you relax without worrying about the sun, the rain, or bugs. The canopy is made of Dry-tanium revolutionary water-repellent polyester taffeta 150-denier fabric. Three removable windscreens are made of polyester taffeta with 190T coating and securely attach to canopy with quick clips. The canopy and windscreen have a unique silver undercoating which reflects UV rays to keep the inside cool. The fully integrated, collapsible steel ZipFrame assembles in minutes. Includes a sturdy, wheeled carrying bag with handle. 10'W x 10'L x 9'3"H. 100 sq. ft. of shade. Weighs 46.02 lbs. One-year limited warranty.
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Q:Can you fold it up with the top onAsked on 4/15/2012 by Alan from Cherryville NC
Q:can i buy new sides and roof for thisAsked on 5/11/2010 by Anonymous
Q:I would like to know if you could leave this up all summer? how would it handle the sun? thanks.Asked on 3/30/2010 by guy k. from waukesha,wi.
A:Ultraviolet rays are very powerful and can degrade waterproof material over time. This is the same with tents. I personally wouldn't leave this up all summer.Answered on 4/21/2010 by Driftwood from Pittsburgh PA
A:I use it for BBQ Competitions and for shelter when I cook at home. I have had it a year and the cover needs replaced due to rain and sun use. I think it is well worth the money and holds up well. the reason i need to replace it is from the heat coming up from the smoker and then sun and rain. Hope this helpsAnswered on 4/24/2010 by Bubba from Wichita, Ks
A:We live in Fla. and have left it up all year round. Its been holding up great - the roof is just a bit faded. But now, 2 or so years after purchase, I am searching to find out if a replacement roof and screening will be available (its not ripped or anything - just thinking of the future)Answered on 6/1/2012 by Debbie & Chris from Loxahatchee, FL
Q:what is the side height of this assembled. The peak is 111" I want to know the outside edge height.Asked on 3/28/2010 by jeff from plymouth, mi
A:My husband is 6'1 and when we click up the legs to the second hole (there are 4) he can walk under it no problem so I would say it gets to almost 7 feet tall?Answered on 8/9/2010 by kathleenmarianna from minnesota
Q:This says water repellant....does it really keep out storm rain? thx.Asked on 7/23/2009 by Anonymous
A:The canopy does keep out storm rain to an extent. The sides are mesh, so if the rain is coming at an angle it may go into the canopy. The top of the set-up does a great job at keeping alot of the water out, and overall it is quite amazing!Answered on 7/29/2009 by JFJSDLJFIDFJOW from LMI
A:Yes we just used it yesterday at a craft show and it was down pouring for about 1/2 hour. We put the sides on and did not get wet at all! The sun came out later on and it dried off completely!Answered on 8/9/2010 by kathleenmarianna from minnesota
Q:I was wondering how long it is when it is in the carrying case. This makes a difference in getting it to fit in my car when folded.Asked on 7/17/2009 by coco from New York
A:it is 49.5" X 12" X 8"Answered on 7/20/2009 by Brucie from Cairo NY
Q:Do the mesh sides have zippers to keep them closed? I cannot see clearly in the photo in the advertisement. The picture shows the mesh tied open to one side.Asked on 6/21/2009 by RC from Kingston, NY
A:When the mesh sides are down there is a zipper on one side that acts as a door that can open so you can get in and out. However, you can also tie it back like in the pictureAnswered on 6/22/2009 by Paul from Gander Tech