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Using our double-cylinder sand bags to firmly root your structure is the best way to protect your investment, especially during those times when unexpected weather hits.
Features a quick-release sturdy strap-buckle system and dual-cylinder design to hug canopy legs easily.
Secure your canopy or tent with these strong, sturdy weight bags.
The universal weight bags hold up to 30- 35 pounds on sand, rock, or dirt and any available material nearby.
Stabilize any instant canopy, up canopy or folding gazebo structures with a set of durable universal weight bags.
Created with 600D oxford fabric for high quality and built to last.
Color: army green, black, white (optional)
Material: 600D Oxford cloth
Dimension: approx. 42 x 36cm / 16.5 x 14.2in
Weight: approx. 172g
1 x Canopy weight
Not including tent and other items
SAND NOT INCLUDED.
Please note that this product only contains one sandbag before buying.
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