Wall Tents

Tent Features and canvas

Our tents are made with:

  • 10.10 oz ARMY DUCK Cotton Sunforger®
  • Marine Boat Shrunk
  • Fire Retardant Tent Canvas Fabric
  • Natural colored
  • Fire, Water and Mildew Treated.

Standard Features:

Stove Jack: Choose between 4″, 5″ and 6″ stove jack.  If buying one of our stoves be sure to match the stove pipe with the stove jack.  Featured out the roof to the right of the tent. We can customize it fit your needs.  Just make a note in the special request area.

Zipper Door: Heavy-Duty YKK Coil Zipper Door

Sod Cloth: 10” Vinyl sewn around the bottom inside of the tent.  This can be covered with dirt “sod” or sand bags creating a weather seal.

Ridge Pole Sleeves: These are openings at the top of the tent front and back to extend the ridge poles for awnings.  They are wide enough to set up an A-frame style ridge line. You can use logs as the ridge line support.  Lots of resorts that have tents for glamping use this style, it looks incredible.  You can also use a rope as your ridge line and traditionals poles utilizing the ridge pole sleeves.  You have options when it comes to frames feel free to contact us to learn more.  You can also ask for eave sleeves to be added giving you a much easier way to extend the frame and add an awning to your tent.  The eave sleeves will be just like the ridge sleeves but on the corners of the tent.  Drawstrings in the sleeve give you to ability to cinch the sleeve closed or around the ridge pole.  If you would like eave sleeves mention it in the special request box on the build your tent page. 

Ropes and Tensioners: We provide ropes and metal tensioners.

Steel Stakes: 12” are for the ropes and 10” for around the tent.

5′ Walls: Walls come standard at 5′.  You can choose to have them 6′.  Just let us know in the special request box on the build your tent page.

Each tent comes in a bag. It is recommended that you store the tent in a rubber bin of some sort.  If you cook in the tent it will have residue from cooking and may attract mice who might eat through the bag and ruin your tent with holes.  The bag is for easy transport.  The tent should always be COMPLETELY dry before packing it away.  Webbing is sewn in around the bottom of the tent for strength.  We use heavy duty grommets on the bottom and across the eaves for staking the tent to the ground .

6 thoughts on “Wall Tents

  1. Channah says:

    We are looking for a canvas tent, the one that we are thinking about buying has bottom to a tent. Someone mentioned your company to me, and of course I would prefer to buy from a brother that is TO. So I need to know if you can make a canvas tent with a bottom? We need it for sukkot especially, but for other family activities as well. I will send you a link to the other tent when I find it and have heard back from you.
    Shalom, Channah

  2. Julie says:

    I am very interested in what you have to offer. We are preppers and any information regarding survival skills is very welcome.

    • Freeman Tents says:

      Julie, I am working on a course schedule to teach primitive survival. Even though we sell outdoor equipment. I have said all along “it is not what you buy but what you know”. The greatest thing you can do is gain knowledge. I am working on a school that will teach those skills.
      Thank you for your support!

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