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MajorShady 270

Freestanding 270 Degree Roof Mounted Awning

SKU: #8007462

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From epic expeditions in the middle of nowhere to the local trail, make your basecamp more comfortable with major protection from the elements; 270 degrees more to be exact. But this isn’t a geometry class, this is about taking it easy. Rain or shine, we got you covered.

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MajorShady 270 LH

Product Details
  • Opens from the Left side of the vehicle
  • Freestanding awning with heavy duty support arms make deployment easy
  • 420D poly-cotton fabric with PU coating is light, durable and waterproof 
  • Rugged vinyl travel cover
  • Yakima Topo Pattern
  • Two Support legs and guy lines included
  • Provides 80 square feet of sun and weather protection
  • Includes T-slot bracket for easy attachment to Yakima HD Bar, JetStream™, LockNLoad Platform and other standard t-slot crossbars
  • Also available in a right side deployment option
Product Specs
  • Weight: 46.50 lbs.
  • Dimensions: L 90.00 in x W 8.50 in x H 10.00 in
  • Minimum Crossbar Spread 26.00in
  • Limited One Year Warranty

MajorShady 270 LH

Installation Details
  • Some Assembly Required
  • 10 Minute Install
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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 1 review
      Sonny Cruz
      Great 270 awning!

      Prior to the MajorShady I had a SlimShady6.5 and a Fiamma prior to that. The MajorShady is awesome because it's easier to deploy solo than either the SlimShady or my Fiamma. Even with light wind I can easily deploy the MajorShady and stake it down. That was an impossible task to perform solo with the SlimShady. The only thing I'm slightly bummed about is the inclusion of 2 adjustable poles. Why not include the 3rd Yakima? There are only 3 spots to mount the adjustable pole and Yakima suggests removing one and moving to another position depending on conditions. I bought an extra pole to serve as the 3rd and it's awesome. In windy conditions, guyed out and three adjustable poles installed it is stable and solid. I'm so happy with it I plan on buying a wall at some point.