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Ozark Trail 20' x 10' Straight Leg Easy Pop-up Canopy (200 Sq. ft Coverage) EXPIRED

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Walmart has Ozark Trail 20' x 10' Straight Leg Easy Pop-up Outdoor Canopy (200 Sq. ft Coverage, White) on sale for $134. Shipping is free.

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Product Details:
  • Heavy-duty 150D polyester fabric
  • Steel frame with a straight leg design for a stable setup
  • Sets up quickly without straps, cables or loose parts
  • Leg dimensions: 28mm x 28mm, 22mm x 22mm10 ground stakes secure and stabilize canopy
  • Ozark Trail tent includes wheeled bag for easy transport
  • Top dimension: 20' x 10'
  • Peak height: 115"
  • Product weight: 63 lbs
  • Water repellent
  • UV 50+Flame Resistant: Meets CPAI-84 specifications

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    • This canopy has received an average rating of 4.1 stars out of 5 based on over 600 Walmart customer reviews.
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Walmart has 20' x 10' Ozark Trail Straight Leg Pop up Canopy - White (200 Sq. ft Coverage) for $134.00. Shipping is free.

Ozark Trail 20' x 10' Straight Leg Instant Canopy (200 sq. ft Coverage):
Instant setup for fast outdoor fun
200 square foot of shade coverage
Heavy-duty 150D polyester fabric
Steel frame with a straight leg design for a stable setup
Sets up quickly without straps, cables or loose parts
Leg dimensions: 28mm x 28mm, 22mm x 22mm10 ground stakes secure and stabilize canopy
Ozark Trail tent includes wheeled bag for easy transport
Top dimension: 20' x 10'Peak height: 115"Product weight: 63 lbs6-month limited warranty
Water repellent
UV 50+Flame Resistant: Meets CPAI-84 specifications

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ozark-...hbdg=L1600
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amorrell18 asked this question on 09-27-2022 at 03:21 PM
09-27-2022 at 03:21 PM
The weight of the snow would likely cause it to collapse after awhile. I could see it withstanding a dusting, but not a large snow
09-27-2022 at 03:21 PM
Nope, no chance if you live anywhere you get any amount of “annual snowfall”.
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I got one of these in 2019 for $100. I'd still buy it at $134.
As if it only works for sun?
The weight of the snow would likely cause it to collapse after awhile. I could see it withstanding a dusting, but not a large snow

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I got one of these in 2019 for $100. I'd still buy it at $134.
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Not a bad price but considering it's Fall now it's not worth keeping in storage
As if it only works for sun?
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Looking for some way to wash my car and get some protection from this Florida sun....10x10 sizes seem to be too small but this could work 🤔
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Would this work to help keep snow off my 19 foot boat?
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Looking for some way to wash my car and get some protection from this Florida sun....10x10 sizes seem to be too small but this could work 🤔
This is exactly what I want this for. Nearly bought one like this from Northern Tool the last time they went on sale but they sold out immediately. Seriously considering it but putting this monster up by myself may be a bit much just to wash the vehicle. Southern heat is no joke, and you can't even dry the car before it gets spotty much less have any hope of detail work so I know how you feel.
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Would this work to help keep snow off my 19 foot boat?
The weight of the snow would likely cause it to collapse after awhile. I could see it withstanding a dusting, but not a large snow
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Looking to put something up in my driveway more for pollen and crap from the trees overhead, maybe protect from some rain. We don't really get snow here. Would this be worth trying? I assume it won't last super long but if it lasts until next spring I'd be happy.
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This is exactly what I want this for. Nearly bought one like this from Northern Tool the last time they went on sale but they sold out immediately. Seriously considering it but putting this monster up by myself may be a bit much just to wash the vehicle. Southern heat is no joke, and you can't even dry the car before it gets spotty much less have any hope of detail work so I know how you feel.
I use my EGO leaf blower to dry my car (and motorcycle) in South Florida. If it's waxed reasonably well, it will almost dry the car. A quick wipe with microfiber cloth and done.
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Would this work to help keep snow off my 19 foot boat?
Nope, no chance if you live anywhere you get any amount of "annual snowfall".
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Looking to put something up in my driveway more for pollen and crap from the trees overhead, maybe protect from some rain. We don't really get snow here. Would this be worth trying? I assume it won't last super long but if it lasts until next spring I'd be happy.
if you try this, make sure you fasten all of the posts into the ground "pretty to very" securely, these don't do well in any amount of decent wind.
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Does anyone have experience with the quality? I have the Coleman from Costco and it got torn up during the last windy night.
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Does anyone have experience with the quality? I have the Coleman from Costco and it got torn up during the last windy night.
These will all fail in any heavy wind
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