Mailbag: Canopy Sidewall Question

Most of us tailgaters utilize some sort of shelter from the elements while tailgating. Most tailgaters use those four legged framed pop-up canopies (some use the Tailgator Sunshade) and will engage a sidewall to protect from the wind or from rain coming down at an angle.

I got an email from a reader named Mark that was inquiring about the use of sidewalls and side panels on pop-up canopies. He asked a very good question so I thought it would be good to toss out to the tailgating public to see if you had any good ideas. Marks’ email follows:

Do you have any suggestions for better ways to secure side panels on tailgating tents? The pre made logo sides don’t seem to do the job in November in Ann Arbor. Do most people just make their own from tarps? The sites I have looked at just say they secure with velcro and snaps but don’t show any pictures.

Anyone out there with some experience on this able to chime in? If you have an answer, feel free to leave it in the comments section below. Make sure to drag and drop the correct symbol when commenting to cut down on spam and verify you are an actual human being making a comment. Thanks in advance.

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