Cinch top installs quickly and provides a tight, cleanappearance
Tough 16 oz. blockout vinyl top
Bonded top panels with 1" heat-sealed overlapped seams
Durable aluminum pole kit
Polyester side curtain rope is securely held in with 1"polyesterwebbing sewn approximately every 15" around perimeter of tenttop
Reinforcement patches at crowns
95% of tent top is bonded with heat-sealed construction
User-friendly instruction manual
one (1) 16 oz. blockout vinyl top
four (4) red 14'4" hip rafters
four (4) green 10'6" rafters
eight (8) white 9'4" spreaders
eight (8) brown (black) 6'8" (7'8") legs
four (4) corners
four (4) side tees
one (1) 8-way crown
eight (8) master-style base plates
fifty-six (56) "R" pin
The user-friendly instruction manual makes assembly and take down simple for this sturdy tent. Using less hardware than traditional frame models, the cinch top frame tent installs quickly and provides a clean, tight appearance. The top is built of durable 16 oz blockout vinyl, with panels that have been heat-sealed with a 1" overlap. Reinforcement patches at the crowns add durability to the vinyl, while the aluminum pole kit is designed to last. The side curtain rope, made of polyester, is held securely in place with 1" polyester webbing sewn every 15" around the edge of the tent.
* Please Note: To protect the tent top and prevent pin holes and abrasions, it is recommended to use a drop cloth during both installation and striking of this tent. Please find video links above for more information.
How does this tent perform on long term exposure to the sun/cold? I'm considering using it as a permanent carport. I live in Los Angeles where there is constant hot sun in my yard.
This tent will preform differently in different climates and weather situations. I can advise the tent is not intended to be a permanent structure, but is fine to leave up for an extended period of time.