- Base fabric:
-external coat: 100% cotton, 300 or 380 g/m2, water-repellent impregnated (300 mm HH), anti-rot and anti-mold treated
– internal coat: 100% cotton, 300 g/m2, water-repellent impregnated (300 mm HH), anti-rot and anti-mold treated
– front door: made of base fabric
- Bottom: PVC material or fireproof tent canvas
- Suitable for accommodation: 3–12 people (depending on tent dimensions)
- Tent dimensions: diameter 180–660 cm, height 170–610 cm
- Living area: around 2.50–34.20 m2
- Weight: 3.0–34.0 kg (for 300 g/m2) or 38.0 kg (for 380 g/m2)
- Tent code: 650/000 (for 300 g/m2) or 640/010 (for 380 g/m2)
|height||for (no. of persons)||weight 300/380 g/m2|
|2.0||2.8 m||1.7 m||children||3 kg|
|2.5||2.3 m||2.2 m||teenagers & children||4 kg|
|4.0||3.6 m||3.5 m||3–5||15 kg|
|5.0||4.6 m||4.3 m||5–7||19/25 kg|
|6.0||5.6 m||5.2 m||6–10||24/30 kg|
|7.0||6.6 m||6.1 m||8–12||34/38 kg|
The shape of the TEEPEE tent (also called tepee, tipi or Red Indian) is designed after the famous model of Native American tents from the Sioux and Cheyenne tribes. The word “teepee” means shelter. Because the tent enabled making fire inside, the teepee provided ideal shelter in all seasons. The height of the tent together with the adjustable smoke and air dampers ensures good smoke extraction. The inner curtain provides additional protection against cold and drafts all the way to the floor, while at the same time complementing the chimney effect of the entire tent. The shape takes into account the basic characteristics of Native American tents; the backside is steeper compared to the front, the space is exploited to the fullest extent, and the entire tent is extremely stable. Of course, an extraordinary visual effect connects everything together.
The large entrance opening (which closes with a roll cover) in combination with the opening of the roof (chimney) allows extremely good air circulation and humidity control in the tent, which ensures a pleasant climate during the stay inside. The fabric is resistant to all weather conditions. The structure of the fabric allows the paint to be applied to the canvas (the colours should be suitable for dyeing cotton), creating a completely unique and personalised appearance of the tent.
Due to cooperation with world-renowned suppliers, many years of experience and tradition, we acknowledge a 5-year warranty.
Instructions for setting up and dismantling a tent
Instructions for setting up and dismantling the tent can be found in the attached .pdf file.
Tent packing and storage
Pack exclusively completely dry canvas parts. If this is not possible, dry them as soon as you arrive at the storage place.
Tent maintenance and cleaning
Brush the canvas parts and, if necessary, wash them with a jet of water. Use only a softer brush. Spread out the tent and let it dry. Washed the frame and let it dry. Canvas, frame parts, and all accessories should be packed and stored exclusively completely dry. Machine washing, dry-cleaning, or bleaching of canvas parts is not allowed. Ironing or tumble drying them is also not allowed.
Tears and other damage to the outer canvas should be repaired by the manufacturer.
Use of insect repellents
The canvas of the tent is factory impregnated. Impregnation prevents water from passing through the canvas. Spraying insect repellent over the surface of the canvas will damage the impregnation, therefore you can expect water seepage in the area where the agent was applied. Subsequent impregnation of the canvas with impregnating agents will not be deep. Consequently, the impregnation will not be permanent. It will be necessary to replace the canvas or sew a new canvas. We suggest you apply insect repellents to yourself outside the tent to prevent damaging the canvas.
- Rain cap (rain protection)
- Inner coat (100/160 cm in height)
- Interior ceiling for the sleeping area
- Hemp or synthetic rope
- Set of wooden pegs
- Tent bottom: PVC material or fireproof tent canvas with firebox (additional fire protection)
- Circular wooden frame sticks
- Field sleeping mats
- Field beds