Universal G.E.A.R. 10' x 6' Trail Shade by Smittybilt®. If you're wheeling out in the desert and there's no shade to be found, put up the Trail Shade and you'll be able to relax comfortably shielded from the sun. Made of lightweight tent material, the Light Bar Mount erects in seconds, attached to the spare and the included collapsible tent poles, with nylon shock coated cords and stakes for support. The Trail Shade comes with a durable lightweight backpack style bag for storage and transport.
- Can be set up in seconds
- 10" x 6" x 2.5" dimensions
- Made of lightweight tent material in Coyote Tan
- Short end can be secured to up to a 37" tall spare tire
- Comes with collapsible tent poles and nylon shock coated cords and stakes
- Comes with a durable lightweight backpack style bag
- Can be carried like a traditional backpack
- Limited 1-year warranty
Wheeling off-road over rugged terrain is strenuous and sooner or later you'll want to take a break. If there's no shade from the blazing sun, put up your own with the Smittybilt Trail Shade. The Trail Shade comes with a durable backpack style bag so it's easy to stow in your Jeep so you'll be ready for the occasion, and the included collapsible tent poles, nylon shock coated cords and stakes allow it to be erected in seconds. Made of lightweight tent material in an attractive Coyote Tan color, the Trail Shade measures 10" x 6" x 2.5", with the short end designed to be attached to up to a 37' tall spare tire. The backpack style bag also lets you take the Trail Shade on a hike where the short end can be attached to just about anything.
The Trail Shade is covered by a limited 1-year warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
SmittyBilt®, located in Compton, California, is the leader in the off-road parts and accessories market because they were there at its inception. Founder Basil Smith, also known as "Smitty", was one of the original Southern California 4WD enthusiasts. He started a business called Rock-ett Products, making specialized equipment for trucks and Jeeps, in his garage/machine shop in 1956. Smitty's son Tom began working at Rock-ett at an early age and became head of the ever-expanding enterprise when it became Smittybilt in the 1970s. Under Tom's leadership, the company created innovative products like the original "Nerf Bar" side step, and tubular front and rear bumpers for Jeeps. Today, thanks to their continued involvement in off-roading at all levels of the staff, which enables them to keep abreast of the latest trends and needs in the off-road market, Smittybilt remains the industry leader with a selection of over 2000 different products for trucks and SUVs.