Historical tent with construction based on a main pole and wheel, with spokes tightening the roof.
This kind of tents was commonly used in Middle Ages by knigts and travelling soldiers. The hight of the tent is 3,7m. The main pole is split in two parts. The longest element for transport is 2,1m. The diamater of the tent is 4m at the ground level.
Standard version is made out of thick linen fabric of denisty: 540g/m2. Good quality linen fabric will not soak through even during prolonged rain. There is also an option of impregnated linen which is hydrophobic and rot restistant. Wooden frame is made of wood from deciduous trees, like ash, beech or birch etc.
The set includes:
Tent canvas in one piece Wooden frame A set of wooden pegs Decorative crowning Transport bag
Hand forged steel pegs Hand made heavy duty hemp ropes and steel pegs to make the tent more resistant to heavy weather