Adding an awning to your tent produces a new area that will quickly become your favorite space. The roof over your head keeps the weather at bay, while the openness keeps you in contact with the event around you. We have found over the years that people sleep in their tents but “live” under their awnings.
We construct awnings to work with the wall tents but they will work with any tent or all by themselves. Our awnings are cut and built as the roof of a wall tent would be, with double hemmed edges, turned back eaves with loops at each seam, and a reinforced peak with both a loop and tie tape for security. We suggest ordering an awning at least one panel (approx. 3′) longer than your expected needs if you intend to overlap your tent. As this is the space where you will spend most of your time; we suggest buying an awning a bit larger than you think you need.
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