By Tim from Nags Head, NC on July 15, 2014
I am at the beach with moderate winds. I had a Quest canopy and though the staked corners never moved, the entire windward side of the canopy struts bent in, ultimately collapsing. I am in the market for a canopy that will not succumb to the winds. Any suggestions?
By Dawn H. - eCanopy Product Specialist on July 15, 2014
All pop-up style canopies are subject to damage in wings higher than 7-10 miles per an hour. However, the 10 x 10 Caravan Classic
has a commercial grade steel frame and is less subject to damage than most other, lighter-weight canopies.
By Laura from CA on March 31, 2015
I am looking for a white 10x10 tent with venting at the top as well as one that is relatively rain proof/resistant. I would also like to attach my banner or even have the tent printed with our logo. What would you suggest?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on March 31, 2015
By Nikki from Park City, UT on September 25, 2016
I have gone through 3 beach type canopies (instant set up, etc.) and all three have crumbled under wind storms at Lake Powell. Do you carry any kind of shade tent that is very tough for wind?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on September 26, 2016
Answer:Thank you for your inquiry. All of the pop up canopies are not wind rated and you will need to use your best judgement during setup when it is windy to avoid damage. We do not have just one of the canopies that we would recommend to use during a wind storm.