Covercraft Spidy Gear Webb Truck Bed Net Customer Reviews
22 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.
22 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Dustin C (FREDERICKSBURG, VA) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tundra — Feb 19, 2014 11:07 PM
I went with the larger. Little loose if you don't have a lot in the bed but don't worry, has a lot of plastic clips and you can tighten it easily for anything that goes in the back. Thick bungee, should last a while, works great.
Reviewed by Larry K (Keaau, HI) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford Ranger — Jan 08, 2014 4:42 PM
I have only used it a few times. When I use it nothing else would compare. What I want to keep in the bed, stays in the bed. I have got comments, looks like something a spider would spin. Makes truck look sexy!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by Joseph R (Powell, TN) — Jan 03, 2014 11:04 AM
I'm a "tie-down" junkie... I've tried everything; from rope to shock cord to "cheapie" cargo nets... The best tool (...by far...) that i've tried for tie down of loose items is the "Spidy Gear Web" net... The material is high quality and the construction is great (...by far, the best ive seen on these little nets...)... This is our third "Spidy Gear" product; the first was used in our tacoma pickup;and these two are to tie down gear in the back and top of our FJ. This is the net ive seen by far.
Reviewed by Richard B (ALLEN, TX) — Oct 31, 2013 6:35 AM
The gear web is something I should have purchased years ago and thrown my old rope away. There are numerous possibilities of how I will be able to use it and various options of how I can secure it. It's perfect.
Reviewed by Tracy S (Indian Harbour Beach, FL) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-450/550 — Jul 30, 2013 6:04 AM
I use this net to hold all my loose floats in place so the wind doesn't blow them around to and from the river. It is very versatile and fits a multitude of size and shapes.
Reviewed by Dana S (SARATOGA, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tacoma — Jul 07, 2013 3:09 PM
The quality of the web is excellent. My only complaint is the plastic removable hooks; I appreciated the convenience of being able to move them however they can fall off. I will likely replace with clamp on replacement hooks.