Cabela's Hercules Industrial Canopies

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Our Industrial Canopies are built to withstand lengthy periods in even the most demanding conditions. The extreme heavy-duty 6-oz. polyethylene covers are treated to resist harsh UV rays. In fact, the resistance is so strong, the covers have a life-span rating of three years – substantially longer than other comparably priced and equipped canopies. They offer 100% waterproof protection from hard-driven rain and won't rip or tear in high winds. The virtually indestructible frames are crafted of stout 2"-diameter powder-coated steel tubing to resist bending or rusting. Plus, they include metal feet for easy setup on docks, driveways or decks. Fast, easy assembly and disassembly. Available in four sizes, including a huge 18-ft. x 27-ft. model that will easily accommodate the largest boats or RVs. Imported.
Available: 10' x 20', 10' x 27', 18' x 20', 18' x 27'.

Weather and Wind:

  • 100% waterproof protection


  • 2"-diameter powder-coated steel tubing
  • Heavy-duty 6-oz. polyethylene
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Good if you understand its limitations

The tarp roof, sides, and back wall last at least 4 years in full sun in NY. The powder coated frame in that time only rusts where it is bent, and the galvanized hardware is holding up fine. NOW, my model, which I bought somewhere other than Cabelas, had plastic feet. Each foot had 4 holes, and I put a 16" spike through each hole into blacktop. They all snapped the first month when we had the first good storm and damaged 2 cars as it blew around the lot. IF you get plastic feet, you MUST drill a hole through the metal pipe leg and secure the leg to your anchor with a chain or wire rope, I don't care what the directions say, and you must do this for every leg. Once you do that you are good. I leave it out year round, and this year we had more than 3' of snow on the canopy and it did not collapse, although I did rush out when I saw it and knock it off! Still, a 4 year old canopy that can hold that is pretty darn good. The bungee interface between the tarps and bars work brilliantly. When assembled it is very big, very white, and not exactly beautiful, so consider permanent emplacements accordingly. I would not store an expensive fragile item under this in the winter nor would I suggest it for a high wind area, but it is great for the firewood and some machinery!
SterlingAB at Cabelas on 04/04/2010


We purchased our canopy for our 50th Wedding Anniversary party Oct 3rd to shade our patio. Last night we had a storm that broke 3 bars and one corner piece. I really didn't expect this to happen. We would like to get replacement parts, but I don't see any way to get them.
tlmoyle at Cabelas on 12/08/2009