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Crave Worthy: Coolaroo Triangle Shade Sail

This Coolaroo Triangle Shade Sail is so stylish, simple, and useful, I can't believe it costs just $103. The breathable 16-foot sunshade adds an instant canopy to any backyard, blocking up to 90 percent of UV rays. The weatherproof canvas is much easier and cheaper to install than a gazebo or other wooden structure, and it's incredibly hip, too. What do you guys think?

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sandrade sandrade 9 years
must. have. this.
beingtazim beingtazim 9 years
i have seen those a lot around here. so nice.
Reebs_RI Reebs_RI 9 years
Oooh I love this!
terriann terriann 9 years
Love it. How do they do with rain? Portland, Oregon.
Karla-Sugar Karla-Sugar 9 years
it's great if you have a narrow alleyway like that photo
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
Oh I love it!
erinjg erinjg 9 years!
rubialala rubialala 9 years
I want one for my son's room! We are doing sailboats in his room and it would be so cool to like build out of the wall half of a sailboat and then put this up as the sail. Thanks, casa!
mwmsjuly19 mwmsjuly19 9 years
Cool. Might be a bit cumbersome to put up, but worth it on a 90-degree day like today.
demonkitty18 demonkitty18 9 years
love it!
girlboy girlboy 9 years
love this! this is perfect
ktacce ktacce 9 years
i love them - when i studied abroad in australia they were EVERYWHERE - soooo stylish and fun. it's very young and summer-y!
Nan-Einhart Nan-Einhart 9 years
That is such a simple, clean solution to the problem of glaring, relentless sun. Having had a 107 degree misery index last Saturday, I would have welcomed a little triangle of relief.
Saturn9 Saturn9 9 years
I have two shade sails in my backyard. Love 'em!
inadee inadee 9 years
I really like how that looks!
ALSW ALSW 9 years
I wonder if you can install it from a roof...
Nightwind Nightwind 9 years
Sure its nice and all, but not everyone can use it. You need two high walls, and my backyard has a short little fence. So the gazebo was the best choice for me. I suppose it would also work with posts, but digging into the ground to install the posts would be more work than building a gazebo.
psangel psangel 9 years
I like it! You can definitely make it look stylish!
Twinkle1 Twinkle1 9 years
Love it! We had one at our old house. It's practical, cheap and chic.
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