- Base fabric: 100% cotton, 300 g/m2, water-repellent impregnated (300 mm HH), anti-rot and anti-mold treated
- Two-layer window: mesh + canvas lid
- Closing system: YKK zippers, key with two pendants
- Bottom: durable PE fabric
- Frame: ⌀ 22 × 1 mm, galvanised and passivated steel, “POWER GRIP” clamping system, 3x telescopic standing pole (183 cm), 1x 3-piece ridge pole (200 cm)
- Accommodation for: 4 persons
- Tent dimensions (+ apse + canopy): width: 240 cm, length: 200 (+ 80 + 150) cm, ridge height: 185 cm, side height: 75 cm
- Living area: 6,7 m2 ; total area: 10.3 m2
- Weight: 16,5 kg
- Tent code: 300/201
Traditional scout canvas tent TABORNIK WITH CANOPY is distinguished by a modern design. It has been developed at the request and in accordance with the needs and proposals of scouts, elders of Slovenian scout families, and the Scout Association of Slovenia. It is based on a model known to Slovenian scouts as Savica with canopy or Baldahin, respectively.
The tent is suitable for accommodation of 4 persons. Raised sides of the tent allow for better utilisation, as they allow sitting next to the sides and thus increase the usability of the entire floor area. Large windows on the doors and sides allow for brightness and good ventilation of the interior. The canopy extends the usable floor plan of the tent by 150 cm in length (3.6 m²). This provides extra space in front of the entrance, protected from the weather (sun, rain, etc.). It further helps to cool the interior since the front door can be completely open, and yet the effects of the sun do not reach the inside. The canvas is made of TenCate cotton fabric with excellent properties of ventilation and humidity regulation. It ensures a pleasant climate in the tent and is resistant to all weather conditions. Durable bottom is made of PE fabric.
Due to cooperation with world-renowned suppliers, many years of experience and tradition, we acknowledge a 5-year warranty.
Instructions for setting up a tent
- Unfold the tent and tie the ropes (150 cm) to the fixing clamps along the edge of the roof (“flaps”).
- Assemble the frame (3 standing telescopic poles and 1 ridge pole).
- Tighten the bottom of the tent and attach it with metal pegs.
- Place the ridge pole onto the tips of the standing poles and insert the rubber covers above the ridge pole.
- Be careful! Adjust every ruber cover on the tip so that the wider part of the cover is looking up.
- Place the tent canvas on the prepared frame.
- Stretch the telescopic standing poles to the final height of the tent.
- Continue the installation on the outside of the tent. While tightening the ropes, you’ll achieve the correct tension of the canvas, as well as a nice appearance of the tent.
- When the tent is placed, continue with the canopy by placing the third standing pole with the rubber cover into the front ring.
- Stretch the third telescopic standing pole to the final height of the tent.
- Tighten the front staning pole with a rope by reaching the correct canopy tension.
- By tightening the side ropes on the canopy, you’ll achieve its correct tension.
Dismantling the tent
Disassemble the tent in the reverse order of installation. Remove all the pegs and store them in the accessory packaging.
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. Remove the components from the packaging and fold them as described in the instructions below.
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 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, causing possible 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.
- Flat bottom
- Additional external roof
- Shower and toilet cubicles
- Hanging lockers
- Hanging pockets and organizers
- Weighting bags (for anchoring on a hard surface)
- Field beds
- Off-road cushions and beds