Years of exposure to the sun, the wind, and the rain can take their toll on pretty much anything. Outdoor shelters are no exception. When your tent top starts looking a little dingier or more frayed at the edges than you remember it, though, don't despair. There's a convenient selection of Caravan Canopy Replacement Tops out there to keep your outdoor tent looking good, working great, and generally in the condition it was when you first bought it.
Types of Tops
Caravan offers a couple of products that itís helpful for tent owners to be aware of. The Standard and Professional model tops offer a lot of the same benefits, but have a few key differences. The Standard model is a 250 denier polyester top available in pretty much every personal canopy size Caravan makes. In most cases itís offered in blue and white to give you a couple of choices to match your stylistic sensibilities. The Professional model is made of 500 denier polyester fabric, providing a slightly superior SPF protection and a tighter weave in general. In most cases this top is offered in a wider variety of color choices, giving tent owners a lot of options, and even providing the opportunity to change top colors depending on the event or the setting in which the shelter will be used. Both of these tops are water-resistant, fire-resistant, and UV protected, both are compatible with Caravan Aluma, Classic, and Displayshade model shelters, and both meet relevant fire codes for outdoor tents.
Thatís why Caravan Canopy Replacement Tops can be a really useful tool for outdoor enthusiasts. In many cases falling limbs, debris, or unexpected wind gusts can damage even the sturdiest tent top. In other cases, you need a yellow cover to match your sonís soccer team, a white cover thatís appropriate for a wedding rehearsal dinner, or a blue cover just because blue is your favorite color. Every one of these scenarios is easily addressed by finding the right replacement top, which is why this product segment is such a popular destination for people who want to get the most out of their outdoor shelters.