Slant Leg vs Straight Leg Canopy: Why One is WAY Cheaper

Plus, the levelness is a gift after the climbs we had today. I spent the last 1.5 years mostly unemployed and healing my traumatic brain injury. It was a grueling task, that felt painstakingly slow and never ending. My day-to-day life shifted drastically after my last concussion, my ability to perform certain tasks diminished immensely.… Continue reading Slant Leg vs Straight Leg Canopy: Why One is WAY Cheaper

Slant Leg vs Straight Leg Canopy: Why One is WAY Cheaper

That team is also pretty helpful to have when our marketing team needs to explain why a straight leg canopy has more structural integrity than a slant leg canopy. It’s advertised as a 10×10 tent, but your canopy is actually 7.8’ x 7.8’, for about 61 square feet of space under the canopy. If canopy… Continue reading Slant Leg vs Straight Leg Canopy: Why One is WAY Cheaper

Slant Leg vs Straight Leg Canopy: Why One is WAY Cheaper

The one complaint we have is that there is no vents in the fabric at the peak to release the build up of hot air under the canopy. Most new tents incorporate this ventilated canopy design to increase airflow and reduce the trapping of hot air, helping to keep those in the shade cooler and… Continue reading Slant Leg vs Straight Leg Canopy: Why One is WAY Cheaper