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Medieval 6 metres Herwald Tent
This robust and authentic knight's tent with its 6 m diameter offers enough space for approx. 6 people including luggage and junk. The all-round saddle pad makes it a real eye-catcher. The tent can be set up and dismantled in no time at all with a few hands. Due to the high side walls, you have enough stand height at every location of the tent.
The large, removable canopy (canopy) provides a shady spot in the sun on the one hand and a dry foot in the rain on the other - with a sufficient entrance height of approx. 2.10 m. The side wall is firmly sewn to the roof, but can also be delivered detachable at a small surcharge. This is an indispensable piece of equipment for army camps, the medieval market, or LARP.
Manufactured from high quality strong fabric from German production that is impregnated against water and putrefaction and suitable for long-term use.
- Material: 100% cotton, 360g / m²
- Dimensions: approx. 6.00 m in diameter
- Middle height: approx.4.80 m
- Side height: approx.2.20 m
- The base area is octagonal
- Entrance height: approx.2.10 m
- Weight: approx. 35 kg (without poles)
Our tent Herwald is available in different versions:
- Natural + 1 colour of your choice
Please indicate your desired colours in the comments section. The following colours can be selected:
Included in delivery:
- Removable canopy (sewn on request)
- Hemp cords, hardwood pegs, pegs for the side walls made of galvanized metal
Please order the corresponding tent poles at the same time. The tent poles are made of wood. The matching sleeve made of aluminium is included. The wooden poles for the medieval tent can be found here:
Wooden pole package for Herwald knight tent 5 m
The medieval tent is delivered in one package.
The fabrics are made from 100% cotton; naturally water-repellent, and impregnated against rot. A 5-year manufacturer's guarantee against the separation of the seams from the connecting panels (providing proper use) is also included.
Important information for assembling, handling and care of our historical tents
By reading the following advice, your enjoyment of the Viking tents, Roman tents, Saxon tents, Knights tents, medieval tents or medieval stalls will last long time.
Building up the tent is easy to do, fast and stress-free by means of the loop system. It’s possible to adjust the poles to your needs. Please take care that the roof’s corner is connected to the peg by the rope and the peg is aligned with the corner or the loop. Please don’t stretch the ropes too much.
Natural materials like cotton or wood need space for expanding or contracting depending on air humidity. So you may avoid the roof’s poles expanding and water possibly soaking in. We suggest slackening the ropes in the evening because air humidity increases at night so that excessive pressure weighs heavily on your tent. Please slacken the ropes if it’s raining, too.
Start building up the side wall with the tent opening side. The walls should not touch the ground (except in the case of tents containing a groundsheet) to protect the tent against humidity and mould.
We strongly advise drying the tent properly after use. The wooden poles should never be wrapped in plastic sheets or anything similar. A cotton cloth is completely sufficient if the poles are dry.
Don’t use chemical or other cleansers on your tent. Dried out dirt should be removed by means of stiff a brush. If you don’t need your tent for a long period you should separate all items from the tarpaulin and pack them separately. Take care that all parts are dry and are stored dryly.
Are there any questions left concerning the building up or use of your tents? Don’t hesitate to call or write! We would be pleased to help you.