I purchased an ADCO Designer Series for our trailer. We live in SoCal so the primary objective was to keep the sun off the rig. Rainfall is typically light and we don't have to deal with snow.
The cover lasted five winters and when I removed it this Spring it was obvious from the number of small tears that it would not last another winter so into the trash it went.
For about $400 I am satisfied with the five years it lasted and our trailer is still in good shape. I bought another of the exact same cover and hope to get five years out of it. I also purchased the same cover this past year for my sister's Rockwood trailer and noticed that they have reinforced the areas where the tie straps attach to the cover, a needed improvement over my previous cover.
The attached picture shows the cover after four years of use and you can see it is still in fairly good shape. The extra rope around the trailer helps prevent billowing. The pool noodles prevent chafing at the corners.
Randy, Mary, and Mojo
Rockwood Signature UltraLite 8329SS
2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummins Diesel / Allison Trans
2015-14 Nights, '16-90 Nights, '17-101 Nights, '18-146 Nights, '19-76 Nights '20-56 Nights