Conical Tents

The design for this structure is taken from tents used in almost every area and era of history. The conical shape is documented as having been used from Sweden to Italy and can be seen in sketches of Henry VIII’s camp and photos of the Zulu campaign. Original references define the tent as a “single pole, single canvas tent”-a true historical “one pole”! The French Infantry in 1753 assigned these tents to eight men and Mr. Sibley was so taken with them, that he modified the peak and put his own name on the design.

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic we have sent home our employees and now spend part of our time stitching masks instead of tents. We are currently not taking new orders. Anyone who has already ordered, we will fill your order though it may take some time. We hope to open back up soon.