E-Z UP Instant Shelters

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E-Z UP Instant Shelters
Price: $79.99 - 109.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Friday, May 20 to Monday, May 23) + transit
Condition: New


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Does the Pyramid Model come with the storage bag as pictured/presented in the ad photo?!?

Can this item be used on surfaces other than sand?

These can be used on any surface (well, other than water).


I purchased the Sierra in a previous offering. Previously only owned off=brand canopies; I did not know what I was missing. Better pin pull-outs, leg adjusters, and truly can be setup with one person.

Having all the plastic levers and ring pulls eliminates the pinches of inferior canopies.

Do read the model descriptions, some (like the Sierra) have legs that flare out further than the top (for stability?)

Dick’s has them for $59.99 and free shipping

It looks like you are looking at a different model from the ones offered in this sale. They have the Swift model at $59.99, whereas we are offering the Pyramid, Dome and Sierra models.

We are at $109.99
Dick’s is at $199.99

We are at $79.99
Dick’s is at $139.99

We are at $79.99
These are NLA at Dick’s

Pyramid II, Black - Paid 109.99 for the 10x10 a few weeks ago.
Disappointed in the design, the canopy just sits on the frame with only 4 corners that have a strip of Velcro to hold them on. There are to ties around the canopy to secure it to the frame, other than the four corners with the 6" strip of Velcro already mentioned. When you close the canopy it doesn’t want to fold properly and it is very difficult to get into the bag as the top is not secured. Also, Woot ships the top separate from the bottom and it took forever to get.

I have an E-Z Up that is at least 10 years old - got it at Sam’s Club. The thing is a tank, by far the best made portable canopy I have seen.

Mine is a bit of a Frankenstein now. Whenever a big storm hits the campground, I wander around and check the dumpsters for spare parts, which I use when one of the frame members or plastic corners bend/break.

Yes, they can be used on lava…for a second or two.