Half height skirts create a perimeter barrier while allowing visibility into the canopy.
Also called Keder or bead, bolt-rope is used to attach a canopy to a trailer and is sewn to the canopy roof. The bolt-rope is fed into the "C" track along the roof line of the trailer. On a standard setup, the bolt-rope is sewn to the canopy. For ease of installation, it can be...
The official name is "bolt-rope" and some refer to it as the "bead". It is located along the top edge of the canopy roof
Even short trailers such as goose-necks can accommodate our canopies. You simply add a “rise above” to create an elevated rear eave.
Also called a "Pop-Out". Part of the trailer that slides out to extend to interior. These are often covered with a "Slide-Out cover" similar to a small canopy.
A corral skirt is a ground-level barrier used to surround an outdoor area adjacent to a trailer.
The roof end is the triangular shaped piece that caps off the canopy roof at each end. It is typically sewn to the roof and is the same color. Contrasting colors are an option. When canopy extensions are used, the roof end becomes removable with a zipper flap. Roof ends are also referred to as "gables" or "wings".
The soil skirt is a 10" to 15" vinyl piece sewn onto the bottom of a full skirt or privacy skirt. It is intended to lay an inch or two on the ground to prevent dirt from blowing into the canopy. It also reduces wear on the skirts. Soil skirts are typically black but can be blue,...
canopy length is the measurement along the trailer.
Pole bags are a convenient way to organize your frame poles and foot bases for safe keeping.