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Sales tents and stands

 

It isn't possible to set up a classical tent at every medieval market, especially where tent pegs can't be used or safety regulations prohibit the use of guy ropes. Self-supporting sales tests from Fam West allow you to set up in limited space and on solid surfaces. The tension of the canopies can be maintained by weights if need be. The shape of the borders and colored variations are yours to choose from [Colors and Painting].

A self-supporting design will usually demand more wood and add to the cost, but it can be well worth it to have the comfort of being able to set up everywhere with no restrictions.