Bass Pro Shops® WeatherSafe® Travel Tite® Heavy-Duty Trailerable Boat Covers
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- Won't stretch or shrink
- Snug, worry-free fit
- Universal design fits various boat styles
- Adjustable elastic hem
- Adjustable tiedown straps with quick-release buckles
- Full cut provides plenty of room for accessories
Rugged, trailerable poly covers won't stretch or shrink, providing a snug, worry-free fit whenever you travel with your boat. Universal design fits various boat styles. WeatherSafe Boat Covers are UV-, mildew-, and water-resistant, with built-in water repellency. All sizes feature an elastic bow strap, trolling motor pocket, 18"W 3-layer windshield strip, and Bondtech reinforced corners. Adjustable elastic hem; adjustable tie-down straps with quick-release buckles. Full cut offers plenty of room for accessories. Travel Tite Heavy-Duty Trailerable Boat Covers are made from extra-tough 600 denier polyester and include a storage bag. Manufacturer's six-year limited warranty. Imported.
Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 40
Rated 1 out of 5 by Advocate Straps Rot After Several Months
I purchased this cover on August 30, 2011 and it fit my Tracker 175 just fine. The cover itself seems sturdy and up to the task but the tiedown straps turn to powder in just a few months. Without the tiedown straps the cover is useless! To BPS's credit they have replaced my original purchase on October 4, 2012 and again on July 13, 2013. The cover comes with a six year limited warranty. If they would simply replace the material of the straps with a high quality canvas or other material I think it would work for years. I live in Florida by the way and my boat is outside in both the rain and the heat. This cover works great if the straps would simply last.
February 17, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Tootie30 weather tite boat cover
This cover is horrible!! we have had to replace each year-due to dry rot. yes-it has a warranty=that doesnt cover weather! I'm not sure about everyone else, but isn"t that why you purchase a boat cover, to protect boat from the weather? We even upgraded this year and it dry rotted after 3 monthes-- way sooner than the previous year...
December 3, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by 9Shagy not as appears in ad
First off, the tarp should be v-shaped to fit a bass boat correctly, not have 3 feet of overhang up towards front of boat. Secondly, you need tie downs that go around frame of trailer, not tie down straps you have to throw under boat to other side, then by the time you get over there, they've blown back under boat and out of reach. What a Major pain this tarp is. My opinion, it's not worth $100.
November 19, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5
by MWilson650 Not worth it
My wife purchased this cover for them when we drove to phoenix for xmas. I started using the cover in May when the weather got good and my boat out of storage. First of all the fit was not good. We checked the box, the internet and Bass Pro Shops to make sure we did not mess up....... We didn't. Neither the length nor the beam fit. By mid July 3 months of use the straps woven into the cover had dry rotted and started falling off. The sinch down straps started to tare off the cover as well.
I seriously doubt this will last 2 more months. We paid almost $200 dollars at the time and that was on sale. I have had better luck out of $99.00 covers. This was supposed to last at least 4 years. Not likely.
August 25, 2013
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