Ideal for situations where you want to maximize space
Does not require center poles or supports
Tough 16 oz. white blockout vinyl top
Bonded top panels with 1" heat-sealed overlapped seams
Durable aluminum pole kit
Reinforcement patches at crowns
Polyester side curtain rope is securely held in with 1" polyester webbing sewn approximately every 15" around perimeter of tent top
Scalloped valances with vinyl binding
95% of tent top is bonded with heat-sealed construction
Comes with the required stakes and ratchets
Quick and easy set up with provided instructions
one (1) 16 oz. white blockout vinyl top
eight (8) red 21'10.5" rafters
sixteen (16) red 14'4" hip rafters
eight (8) green 10'6" corner rafters
twenty-two (22) white 9'4" spreaders
twenty (20) brown (black) 6'8" (7'8") legs
one (1) red 14'4" rafter bars
four (4) corners
ten (10) side tees
two (2) 6-way crowns
twenty (20) base plates
one hundred and seventy (170) "R" pins
six (6) 6-way side tees
four (4) 6-way hip joints
one (1) ridge crown
two (2) ridge support brackets
three (3) 40' cables
You'll enjoy the quick and simple set up of this classic frame tent. With durable aluminum poles and a tough 16 oz blockout vinyl top, the tent is built to last for many different installations. The top features bonded top panels that have been heat sealed with a 1" overlap, leaving 95% of the top with this heat-sealed construction. Reinforcement patches at the crowns stabilize areas of higher stress, while scalloped valances include vinyl binding and add to the attractive design of the tent. The polyester side curtain rope has been firmly fastened in place with 1" polyester webbing that is anchored by stitches approximately every 15" around the perimeter of the tent. The tent includes all required stakes and ratchets, along with a set of instructions for installation.
* Flame Certification: This item is NFPA-701 Flame Certified.
* 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.
What is the difference between pole tents and frame tents? Is one more durable than the other? Is one easier to assemble than the other?
Pole tents are supported by perimeter and center poles and are the most effective for covering large areas. They come as large as 100 ft x 310 ft, but they do affect visibility because of so many poles in the way. It is not designed for a dance floor option. They are more lightweight and easier to set up.
Frame tents use tubular metal structure for support, and they can be semi-permanent. They are usually more expensive than pole tents. They do require tools and more extensive set-up compared to pole tents. 40 ft is the largest size in width, but there is no limit in length.
Take a look at our buying guide on the bottom of the main page under FAQ for a more detailed description of each tent.