Post #4, OP stated he doesn't want a vehicle awning.EZ-ups are pretty heavy and bulky for what they provide. Consider a temporary vehicle-attached awning. I sewed mine with relative ease and it wads up into a stuff sack about the size of a large cantaloupe. Plus poles.
I use an ez-up at home for shade from the hot sun while wrenching on vehicles. I don't bother lugging it around unless I'm camping in a national park for a few days.
Nice. Do you know what model you have? Amazon has a bunch...I use an EZ Up with four solid walls or four mosquito net walls and love it. I have the heavy unit that is probably close to 50 lbs or more and it's very sturdy. It lives in the Kamparoo and that's about the only time I'll set it up at a basecamp. I think the mosquito net feature is the best during the mosquito/fly season which I presume to be quite common in the PNW but not so much here in the SW. When anchored properly, it's rock solid. I think I've had mine since 2010, maybe? It can be setup by one person but it'll take a while to spread apart the four legs then raise each corner at a time. With two people, I say 15 min tops?
I love my Batwing with two walls for vehicle mounted setup. A local buddy bought a Chinese 270º and he says that it's not worth the money given the poor construction methods and materials used.
I was surprised by the price tag, but they offer spare parts for everything. that's pretty cool.Look at https://www.eurmax.com/premium-10x10-pop-up-canopy-with-walls.html
The non basic models use sliding hex tubing.