By Charles from Los Angeles, CA on August 20, 2012
1.) What is the peak height of this shelter?
2.) Can the shelter be purchased with just the enclosure kit and without the extension kit? If so, what is the price?
By Collin C. on August 21, 2012
By Gary from Everett, WA on October 6, 2013
How much does this weigh?
By Collin C. on October 7, 2013
Answer:Per the manufacturer, the shipping weight of this item is approximately 82 pounds.
By Lori from Howell, MI on May 12, 2014
When you stake up the sides to create an awning is it the side panels that become the awning covers or are their separate pieces that are used for the side awning covers?
By Chris C. on May 13, 2014
Answer:The enclosure walls and the extensions are indeed two separate components.
By Bob from CA on October 13, 2014
Does this shelter become fully enclosed in the front and back?
By Dawn H. - eCanopy Product Specialist on October 14, 2014
Answer:Yes, when the 10 x 20 is set-up, the enclosure kit fully encloses it.
By Scrappy from Layton, UT on October 14, 2014
Answer:The shelter has a front and back and sides. The sides can be poled out to provide upper shelter. The front and back are pretty high, and we figured out how to attach them before we added the side poles. It is the same with the top. We put the top frame together and then threw the top over, then added the side poles to lift the whole unit. I bought this canopy for camping in the high mountains of western Colorado where the monsoons can get pretty intense. We were dry and had plenty of room for chairs and our kitchen.
By Shirley from Eagle Point, OR on March 15, 2015
What are the poles of this canopy shelter made of?
By Brennan W. - eCanopy Product Specialist on March 16, 2015
Answer:The poles for this unit are made of steel.
By Eddy from TX on February 27, 2015
Is each side awning a separate piece so that they could be used individually?
By Emily - eCanopy Product Specialist on February 27, 2015
Answer:The extension kit panels are separate, and they are produced to be used to extend the 20' sides.
By Ralph from Quincy, IL on February 27, 2015
Answer:Yes, it is a separate tarp.
By Luke from FL on May 28, 2017
In the center image, how high is the roof?
By Kathy on May 30, 2017
Answer:It is 9' 6" in the center and 6' 3" at the sides.