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How Durable is the Adco All Climate RV Cover with Tyvek Roof

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Hello, I have come across some people questioning the durability of the Adco Wind+Tyvek RV cover. I am trying to decide between the Adco Tyvek and the Classic Assessories polypro 3 cover for my trailer 2015 Jayco Jayflight 19RD. I live in Canada and thus my trailer will be exposed to not only wind but quite a lot of snow over the winter storage months as well. Do you have any information on the durability of these two covers or any other cover you can suggest? I am hoping that if so, it will not only help me out but lots of other customers as well! Thanks so much,

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The Adco All Climate Tyvek RV Covers with Tyre Guards, # 290-34840, is Adco's top of the line storage cover. The top is constructed of Tyvek making it one of the strongest top panels you will find on a cover. Along with the triple polypropylene sides water will bead on contact with the cover.

I recommend the Adco cover over the Classic Accessories Polypro Pro III, like # 052963731637, because of the Tyvek top. The Adco top is stronger and than the top on the Polypro Pro.

If you where looking at the review that is on the Adco All Climate's product page, this was not a review of this cover. The customer review was for the Adco SFS AquaShed RV Cover and not the All Climate.

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