Tent Poles

Tent poles are Aluminum or fiberglass poles that are used to erect tents. Most tent poles are collapsible and come in sections held together by shock-cords. Aluminum is more durable, while fiberglass is lighter.

Tent poles canopies feature individual poles arranged beneath a fabric roof to support and define the shape of the structure. The fabric roof is tensioned over the poles and attached to ropes and cables at designated spots around the fabric’s edges. Pole tents are the grandfathers of the tent industry. Pole-supported tents remain a popular and important part of most tent inventories.

Some Features and Benefits of Pole Tent are:

Poles are made of 1.75″ OD Aluminum.

Pole tents are easy to set.

SNYDER 12 oz. vinyl that withstands rain and wind resists mildew and is flame retardant.

Anodized, sectional aluminum poles.

Ropes braided to tents for easy installation.

It is Stakes, storage bags included.

Storm lines at all center pole positions.

Sidewall ropes in all tents.

Reinforced pole positions.

PIPE FRAME-are also like pole tents. It supports the tent for erect. 
A tent with an assembled framework made of aluminum or steel pipes that supports the fabric roof and defines the shape of the structure. The rigid framework allows the tent to be freestanding without additional support but requires the same rope or cable anchoring system as a pole-supported tent to hold it in place, as specified by applicable fire or building codes. Pipe frame supported tents are popular for events that require smaller tents. They are also suitable for smaller events that require few if any interior obstruction since the frame system makes interior supports unnecessary. Pipe frame-supported tents and Tent poles come in a wide variety of styles and sizes.

Frame Tent Features:

1) Welded steel fitting 1 5/8.

2) Tops are constructed of 14-Ounce Vinyl.

3) Nickel-plated buckles are helped behind A2″ webbing.

4) Pins and base plates are included.