Made to order. Standard production time: 3 Weeks.
Made of high quality blue/black material that is specifically designed to withstand abuse from the Sun and the environment. The Tunnel Cover shields your tunnel from environmental elements that can cause your tunnel harm. Also, the Tunnel Cover is great for keeping your tunnel clean when performing agility on muddy or rainy terrain.
At first I thought the hang over would deter the dogs, nope, not at all and with the harsh sun and wind in central Arizona the covers will help keep the tunnels in good shape for much longer. You know how expensive they are, so for a bit more it’s worth it! Lynn on 17th Jun 2020
This is a good cover at a reasonable price. Good fabric, stitching, & buckles. I ordered a 20’ tunnel cover & it’s about 6’ too long which means I have to fold pleats in it. I’ll probably buy bungee cord to hold the pleats around the tunnel. I bought a 20’ tunnel 3 yrs ago, but it’s possible that it wasn’t really that long. But, even if the tunnel company sent me an 18’ instead, the cover would still be 4’ too long. Marti on 7th Jul 2018
This is the second tunnel cover I have bought. The quality is similar to the material of the tunnel, I keep it outside in all weather and it hold up great. I used the old one to make tunnel sand bags, got 12 sand bags out of it. Unknown on 13th Apr 2018
I really like the tunnel cover but I do have one important complaint. The tunnel cover does not go all around the tunnel. There's a good sized space where the tunnel isn't covered at all. If it covered all around it would provide perfect protection. That open space to me is the most important fault in the product.
Nancy Shipley on 28th Sep 2017
I bought this product because I live in hot, windy Oklahoma. My tunnel is AKC regulation. I keep it outside 24/7. I was looking for a tunnel cover to keep exposure to the elements to a minimum.
There are a few draw backs. It would've been better if the ends had drawstrings to pull tight. On windy days I've gone outside and found the cover ends pulled back over the tunnel.
It would also help if the cover was a few inches wider lengthwise so it completely wrapped around the tunnel. When it rains the bottom of the tunnel is setting in mud since the rain water seems to collect there. When it dries my tunnel was caked in hard mud. The cover was clean but I had to scrape the mud off my tunnel.
Along the length of the cover there are clips to hold it in place. A few more clips would be helpful. They're too far apart allowing wind to catch a section putting tension on the clips.
Still overall, I liked it and it does help keep my tunnel from getting ruined. Maybe NTI will take these comments under consideration and make some improvements. It's a great idea and definitely solves some tunnel storage problems. Vicki B on 16th Aug 2016