Model # 25735

Internet #202935519

ShelterLogic 12 ft. x 12 ft. Sea Blue Square Heavy Weight Sun Shade Sail (Poles Not Included)


12 ft. x 12 ft. Sea Blue Square Heavy Weight Sun Shade Sail (Poles Not Included)

$6076 /each

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Product Overview

The ShelterLogic 12 ft. x 12 ft. square Sun Shade Sail is the do-it-yourself shade product that allows you to create your own unique shade design. Sun Shade Sails easily attach to any sturdy connection point to provide sun protection and personal design where you need it. Each Sun Shade Sail is shipped ready to install and includes a basic hardware kit for easy attachment to the house, building, tree or post. Sun Shade Sails offer an excellent shade solution for backyard decks, patios, pools, play areas, camping or any place shade is needed. Combine more than one Sun Shade Sail or mix shapes to create your own unique outdoor shade and living space.

  • Long life, 230 GSM, knitted polyethylene allows rain to pass through so water will not collect or pool
  • Advanced engineered fabric blocks 90% of harmful UVA and UVB rays yet is remarkably breathable allowing air to circulate
  • Reinforced, stitched corners with steel fittings attach quick and easy to mounting points
  • Basic install hardware kit includes rope, bolt, attachment hardware and turnbuckle for each corner connection
  • Attaches quickly in just a few minutes

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is the material dense enough to stop bird droppings?

I'm considering putting a shade sail over my driveway to keep my car free from bird droppings. Is the material woven close enough to stop it or would it pass right though?
Asked by: Anonymous
Probably stop it temporarily, but would wash through with the next rain.
Answered by: LHFLA
Date published: 2015-11-05

High winds

Is there any rule of thumb in removing the vertically hung sail in certain wind velocities? I realize that the warrantee is not going to cover high winds, but the material feels and look pretty strong, along with the grommets.
Asked by: cloe
Our sail takes a lot. Once it's hung, we do not take it down until winter. High winds included.
Answered by: Leisuredaysahead
Date published: 2017-03-26

How many years dooes the sun shade last?

Asked by: Anonymous
Our last one had a seam down the middle and only the thread on the stitching dry-rotted from the changing weather. Seven spring, summer and fall years. We still have the actual canvas. We will recycle it for another use.
Answered by: Leisuredaysahead
Date published: 2016-02-26

how well does it do in 20-30 mile winds?

Asked by: Anonymous
It does very well. The only challenge we had was not tying it tight enough and the winds 'untied it' for us.
Answered by: Asamora
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

12 ft. x 12 ft. Sea Blue Square Heavy Weight Sun Shade Sail (Poles Not Included) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 48.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sail is good quality but turnbuckles broke in wind Sail is good quality but turnbuckles broke in wind
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great value, great shade! We bought the 12' x 12' blue sail and are very happy with the color-- it's a light, sky blue. The hardware that came with the sail could be of better quality but it's fine for now (may need to be replaced after a season or two). My husband hung it by himself. We downgraded it a star on quality due to the fact that there is a defect in the sail that looks like it had a 10" rip and was sewn up to fix it. Hubby didn't notice until after it was hung, so lay yours out and inspect it before you hang it. But it does provide great, much needed shade and it's a terrific value for the price.
Date published: 2013-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just as nice as the Coolaroo brand shade sail I have this shade sail next to a Coolaroo shade sail I bought several years ago. The are basically identical in construction, both keep out the sun the same, the Coolaroo shade has a seam down the center but this one doesn't and yet this sail was a LOT CHEAPER. I would never pay the price again for the Coolaroo again. I would recommend this product!
Date published: 2012-06-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Quality sail... Worthless hardware This shade sail itself is a good product. It's design is sturdy, and the clews are reinforced well. Stainless steel rings are used on each clew, and are also very sturdy. The hardware on the other hand is total junk, and a waste of time. The cheap turnbuckles are galvanized, and just aren't sturdy at all. The threads on two of the provided turnbuckles were stripped right out of the box. Home Depot has some great stainless steel alternatives in their hardware aisle, but be prepared to spend an additional $20 or so on hardware if you want to do this project once. Don't waste your money on the optional stainless turnbuckles made by the sail manufacturer either, they're 300% more expensive than the comparable Home Depot alternative. Also, when taking your measurements for mounting the sail, make sure you account for plenty of stretching room. The sail I purchased stretched a good 3" on each side after the first week of use. It will also sag quite a bit during heavy rains (it retains water in the fibers), but water does not pond in the breathable material. The sail does dry out quickly after rainfall though. Bottom line? I would rate the sail at 4 stars, and recommend it due to it's sturdy design. The manufacturer should include hardware to match the quality of the sail though. It's like the hardware was an afterthought, with no quality reassurance.
Date published: 2012-06-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Heavy Weight Sun Sail better way to attach Our Sun Shade arrived with one package of hardware missing and that was a blessing. Forget the hardware that comes with this product. Reading reviews revealed that people struggle with the hardware and sagging being a major problem. Purchase 2 or 4 dock/rope cleats, 2 chain connectors and the appropriate length of twisted poly rope (1/4" with 100+ pounds working load). See photos for where and how to use the chain connectors, cleats and rope. You will be able to remove slack or lower and remove the whole unit in less than 5 minutes. Note: the Shade sail should not have any slack where it attaches to the house--if your anchor points for the Eye lags or Eye bolts can't be spaced to prevent slack--Place one Eye where you can run the rope through the eye and then to a rope cleat to make tight.
Date published: 2014-06-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent product overall and great value! This is an excellent product: quality material, strong construction, all the hardware needed, easy to install, very effective in blocking sun but cooling at the same time. The only drawback for me was that it was not a true square of 12 feet. It curves in and measures only 10 feet at the center of each side. That leaves sunny areas on my deck.
Date published: 2013-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Second year for three sails This is the second spring we've put three shade sails--one square and two triangle ones. We didn't take them down until last October so they had a long summer last year and they look like new, absolutely. I'm still using the original hardware that came with the shade sails. No problems ever keeping the sails tight--it all depends on choosing the right place to mount the corners. I LOVE these sails. Also, my living room is much cooler : )
Date published: 2013-03-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good shade/cheap hardware Shade works great but the hardware supplied within the box isn't worth anything.... the treads stripped out within a few days, especially after a few gusts of wind. As long as the anchor points are solid AND you go and purchase better hardware to hang the shade it should be all good even during big storms.
Date published: 2012-08-09
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