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June & May Beach Canopy

$ 59.95

- $ 99.95

Availability: In stock

Brand: June & May

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Relax on the beach with your own personal, portable shade Weatherproof Made of water resistant materials UV Protection Blocks 97% of ultraviolet rays Lightweight Less than 7 lbs Carrying Case Easy...

Relax on the beach with your own personal, portable shade

Weatherproof

Made of water resistant materials

UV Protection

Blocks 97% of ultraviolet rays

Lightweight

Less than 7 lbs

Carrying Case

Easy portability

Large Size

Big enough for the entire family

Larger than an Umbrella, Easier to move than a Cabana.
Imagine your next beach trip relaxing under the shade in between dips in the surf.
This June and May canopy will keep your beach days cool, comfortable, and sunburn-free. The durable, fade-resistant fabric blocks out 97% of UV rays.
It's super portable, weighting less than 7 lbs., and measuring 2 1/2' long. The canopy can be set up in 10 minutes by following the easy instructions, leaving more time for laying in the shade, with the sounds of the ocean and a good book. Once it's up, the beach canopy stretches to 10' x 6'. We may not be able to keep it from raining, but passing showers will not be a problem with the water-resistant fabric.
June & May Beach Canopy comes with everything you need, rope, poles, pegs, even a small sand mallet. Just add sun, surf, and sand.
Give your family the perfect beach day with June & May Beach Canopy.

BEACH TENT SETUP INSTRUCTIONS

STEP 1

Lay the center crossbar on the ground where you want to set up the tent.

STEP 2

Place two yellow pole holders at each end of the crossbar and hammer them in with a mallet.

STEP 3

Lift the center crossbar and attach on the top of the vertical poles.

STEP 4

Mark a spot about 10 feet away and  perpendicular from the verticle poles. Hammer a peg into the sand at a 45° angle from the tent corner, with the mallet.

STEP 5

Loop the rope around the peg, securing the hook to the rope. Repeat with every corner.

STEP 6

Tighten each corner by sliding the hook up the rope until the rope is taut.