Collection: Awnings

9 Aftermarket Motorsports collection of Awnings are one of the most popular accessories for overland and camping vehicles. Awnings generally use a universal mounting system and deploy from either the driver side, passenger side, or rear of the vehicle. Awnings provide shade and comfort and are available with accessories.
ARB 2500 Awning in tan color

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ARB 2500 Awning

About Awnings

Overland Awnings:
Overland awnings are designed for outdoor enthusiasts and adventurers who enjoy traveling, camping, and exploring off-the-beaten-path locations. These awnings are versatile and practical accessories that can enhance the outdoor experience. Key features and characteristics of overland awnings include:

  1. Mounting Options: Overland awnings can be easily mounted on the roof rack or side of a vehicle, making them suitable for various types of vehicles, including SUVs, trucks, and offroad rigs.
  2. Protection from Elements: Overland awnings provide shelter from the elements, including sun, rain, and wind. They offer a convenient space to relax, cook, or store gear while camping.
  3. Ease of Setup: They are designed for quick and easy setup, with telescoping poles and simple mechanisms for extending and retracting the awning.
  4. Versatility: Overland awnings often come with accessories like walls, mosquito nets, and extensions to create an enclosed space or expand the coverage area.
  5. Durability: Built with rugged and durable materials, overland awnings are designed to withstand the rigors of offroad adventures.
  6. Compact Design: Overland awnings are typically compact when stowed, making them easy to transport and store when not in use.

Offroad Awnings:
Offroad awnings are a subset of overland awnings specifically designed for more extreme offroad conditions. They are engineered to endure the harshest environments and are ideal for serious offroad enthusiasts. Key characteristics of offroad awnings include:

  1. Heavy-Duty Construction: Offroad awnings are constructed using robust materials that can withstand extreme conditions, such as heavy rain, strong winds, and harsh UV exposure.
  2. Rugged Mounting Systems: These awnings often feature reinforced mounting systems and heavy-duty brackets to ensure they stay secure even during aggressive offroad driving.
  3. Additional Reinforcements: Offroad awnings may have additional supports, like braces and stabilizers, to provide extra stability in rough terrain.
  4. Easy Maintenance: Manufacturers of offroad awnings prioritize ease of maintenance, including replaceable parts and simple repair processes.
  5. Compact Design for Offroad Vehicles: While compact when stowed, offroad awnings are typically designed to fit larger, more robust offroad vehicles and may offer more coverage area.

In summary, overland and offroad awnings provide shelter and protection for outdoor enthusiasts, but offroad awnings are built to withstand more challenging conditions, while overland awnings are suitable for a wider range of vehicles and conditions. The choice between the two depends on the type of adventures and the level of durability and ruggedness required.