Covercraft Spidy Gear Webb Truck Bed Net Customer Reviews
33 Customer Reviews
Charlotte the spider may have been able to weave words into webs, but you can't tie down a truck bed full of tree branches, moving boxes or camping gear with spindly spider's silk. When it comes to hauling freight, it takes strength, security and serious coverage. And, that's exactly what you get with the Covercraft Spidy Gear Webb Truck Bed Net.
Despite its unique circular pattern, the Covercraft Spidy Gear Webb Truck Bed Net wasn't made by an adrenaline-soaked arachnid. Only the design geniuses at Covercraft could have dreamed up this cargo net. They started with 100% shock cord that stretches to match the shape of your freight for a snug fit. Then, they wove it around in a circular pattern that ends with a stainless steel center ring, ensuring maximum cargo coverage. Lastly, they made the Spidy Gear Webb Truck Bed Cover in a host of colors because…well…who doesn't like choices?
Best of all, the Covercraft Spidy Gear Webb Truck Bed Net is designed to stretch way out and still return to its original shape, so you can use it over and over without it wearing out. Plus, they're available in a range of sizes to fit everything from compact El Caminos to full-sized Silverados. 90-day warranty included.
33 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Dennis O (MIDLAND, NC) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Silverado — Aug 29, 2014 5:21 AM
The ease of use of the netting is worth every penny. Thick bungees and I never had any concern of it coming lose. two people asked about it on the first trip. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by Samuel B (SAN FRANCISCO, CA) — Aug 01, 2014 8:13 PM
It is very useful when I use it to move mattresses and furnitures... It prevents things from falling off specially on the highways. It is better than my past truck nets because the center loop prevents less kinking and tangling.
Reviewed by Richard S (Arnold, MD) — Jul 24, 2014 7:44 AM
Have it twice so far to carry loads in the truck and it works well. It seems strong and it stretches far enough to cover the bed. I stacked one load a little bit high, but the net pulled up and over and secured it just fine.
Reviewed by Russell C (FORT WORTH, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Jul 02, 2014 1:18 PM
This product does what is advertised. The smaller version fit good on my Silverado 5' bed. I would improve the hooks used as attachment points. They get lost if you are not careful because they fall off easily if not attached and under load. It works great for throwing a tarp over your load and then the web goes on top to keep the tarp from flapping in the wind. You are required to drill small holes to create the anchor points for the tailgate and cab areas. It is nice they included the screws and D-rings. Also the stuff bag that comes with it is a useful touch.
Reviewed by Scott K (AUSTIN, MN) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Silverado — Jun 24, 2014 3:25 AM
I bought the web to hold & protect my load and it did a fantastic job. My only regret is that it appears that some spots on the elastic cord are already fraying due to the stress on the cord.
Reviewed by Daniel H (WESTERVILLE, OH) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra — Jun 21, 2014 4:22 AM
I couldn't decide what size web to get for my Tundra CrewMax. I opted to go with the small size with the thought that I could always order the larger size later if needed. The bed on the CrewMax is 5 feet 6 inches long with the tailgate up and the smaller size web worked perfect! I can also tell that if I ever need to put the tailgate down for larger items like a kayak or two that the smaller size will work just fine. Great product and I would recommend it to anyone.
Reviewed by Simon M (Austin, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Frontier — Jun 16, 2014 9:28 PM
The last Spidey Gear Webb Truck Bed Net lasted 18 months of continuous use - winter, summer, rain and shine -- I never took it off the truck bed. Even had a big 4-ft spider attached to it. That's pretty durable when you think about continuous exposure to the hot Texas sun and weather extremes without a let up. But this time, on the replacement, I will keep it under the seat until I need it. That way it should last the rest of my life. Now, what to do with that big spider?