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Wraptor 2000



The Overland Pros Wraptor 2000 Vehicle-Mounted Awning is constructed of waterproof 280G ripstop canvas.  It quickly expands to give you 270 degrees of shade around your vehicle. Included are 4 structural poles that pivot around your vehicle and connect to height adjustable poles for varied ground. The structural poles between the panels keep the awning taut which some competitor awnings do not provide. The awning structure when deployed is free standing not requiring guy out lines for initial set-up but definitely required in windy conditions. The awning can be deployed by one person in just a few minutes. Available walls can be attached between the poles to provide a full enclosure or just a few for more shade. The optional walls are made from lightweight waterproof 200D polyester and are available to purchase separately. The Wraptor 2000 measures 2 meters ( inches or 6.5 feet) long when stowed on the vehicle. The awning will need to be mounted with the rear extending beyond the back of the vehicle to allow the awning to swing to 90 degrees for full 270 degree coverage.

This awning must be mounted on the DRIVERS SIDE of the vehicle. A passenger side awing is available soon.

Recommended for 2-door vehicles or smaller SUVs.

NOTE- if you purchase a Overland Pros roof top tent and and awning at the same time, the awning ships for free.

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  • We offer both left or right side versions
  • 280gsm poly cotton rip stop waterproof canvas construction
  • Includes rigid support poles and guy lines
  • Includes rigid outer frame poles for enhanced rigidity in rain and wind
  • 280gsm poly cotton rip stop canvas
  • Optional 200 Denier walls
  • 1200gsm PVC transit cover with YKK zipper

Note- Secure guy line are required when using awning in windy conditions.

Additional information

Weight 29 lbs
Dimensions 89 x 7 x 7 in


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