The bottom edge closes with a grass cloth that opens inwards and keeps gusts of wind, dirt and dust out.
The historic Saxon tent is waterproofed and treated against mold and mold. The pure cotton fabric of 425 g / m2 thick is particularly robust and tear resistant, but still with a very affordable price, making this medieval tent an indispensable piece of equipment for medieval markets, military camps or LARP events.
The supply includes all the necessary accessories for the correct assembly and fixing of the tent.
- Dimensions: approx. 5 x 7 m
- Entrance height: approx. 2 m
- Internal height: approx. 2.50 m
- Canopy height: approx. 2.10 m
- Weight: approx. 42 kg
- 1 tent skin
- 2 vertical sectional iron poles, approx. 2.50 m
- 1 iron crest pole, approx. 2.00 m
- 2 sectional awning poles in iron, approx. 2.10 m
- 4 large stakes
- 19 small piles
- 4 cotton cables with tensioners A
our Saxon Jorvik Tent is available in four different sizes.
- 2 x 4 m
- 3 x 5 m
- 4 x 6 m
- 5 x 7 m
The photos show the tent in size 4 x 6 m.
All measurements are approximate and may differ from the actual product provided. The tents are handmade, which gives man an authentic appearance on the one hand, but can also result in one or two small defects, on the other. Cotton is a natural material that reacts differently depending on various external conditions and can shrink or expand considerably. Therefore, the iron rods included in the delivery may not fit immediately into the designated holes. In certain cases, it may be necessary to reduce the size of the poles. Please do not try to stretch the skin of the tent hard, as this increases the risk of tearing the screen or busting the stitches.
Important information about the assembly, handling and maintenance of our historic tent:
You can extend the life of your Saxon tent and enjoyits use for longerby observing the following
Precautions : Do not stretch the ropes too much, as natural materials such as wood or cotton change under the influence of air humidity and need space to contract and expand. Thus, you can prevent, for example, the holes from the roof to the poles from being distended and ultimately facilitate the entry of water. We recommend loosening the ropes a bit at night as the humidity increases considerably at night and can increase the risk of excessive stress exerted on your tent. The ropes should also be slightly loosened in rain or high-atmospheric humidity.
If the tent has been exposed to moisture, we strongly recommend that you dlow it after use, as otherwise it may mold.
Under no circumstances use detergents or any other cleaning products to clean your tent. The best way to remove dry dirt is to use a brush.
As for storing your tent for a long period of time, separate all accessories (pins, ropes, etc.) from the tent and preferably pack everything separately. Make sure that all items are dry and stored in a dry place.