Polyester 420D Oxford fabric waterproof pu coating flame retardant for tent Material: 100% Polyester Yarn count: 420D*420D Weight: 100-180 gsm Width: 150 cm Style: Plain Plain dyed, solid color Finished: Waterproof, flame retardant, pu coating Usage: Tent, covers, curtain, bags, etc. Package: By roll or according to client requirement. Certificate: Oeko-tex standard 100, EN, SGS, ITS. Contact Haiming Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mo
We originally made this indoor tipi for a starting school idea, but liked it so much we got our interior designer to tell us how it’s done. We think it could be a fantastic kids reading nook, a place for pets or just a cosy playful space to hang out.
Levi Strauss bought a large amount of canvas to sell to miners for tent material and learned that the miners were dissatisfied with their trousers. Strauss used canvas to create sturdy work pants that he called waist overalls. When the canvas was all used he began to used denim, a thick cotton twill, and dyes the fabric blue. In 1873, Levi was patent and the birth of blue jeans began.
An outdoor classic from 1968 that was developed by Åke Nordin in collaboration with members of the Greenland expedition of 1966. The original was made from tent material that was too heavy for lightweight tents. The result was an extremely durable and muc
It's no secret that seeking shade under the opaque fabric of traditional tent material is anything but cooling – it's more like a hot bath. We fixed that by adding a reflective and waterproof ThermaCapture™ coating that completely blocks the sun's rays with no greenhouse effect, for truly cooling shade. Designed to work with our Cot Bug Shelter, the Solar Shield can also be pitched with just a trekking pole to keep you – or just your cooler – from the heat of the sun.Details• Stay...
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