Foot base – adjustable
Vertical support poles are fitted with adjustable foot bases. The multiple adjustments help level the canopy on uneven surfaces.
Spring poles (attached to each end of the trailer) adjust automatically depending on the weight of the trailer.
Our fabrication standards are rooted in the sail making trade. The high levels of accuracy and craftsmenship required to build racing sails can be seen in all of our products. Canopies, tents, awnings, banners etc.
Full skirts are used on “Fully Enclosed” canopies and could be considered walls. They zip to the interior of the valance and hang down to the ground. Typically full skirts are built in sections with zipper connections in two places along the face and 2 places on each end. Each of the sections can be rolled up or removed for access.
Flexible flooring like the Kiwi tiles shown here provide a clean, dry non-skid surface. Available as interlocking tiles or on rolls, this flooring can be transported to any event. Standard and custom colors are available. Great for outdoor use.
A footman loop is a low profile metal bracket that provides an anchor point on the trailer to secure various sections of the canopy.
Some of the common places they are utilized include:
– The canopy roof ~ To tension the bolt rope end to end.
– Roof ends ~ To tether the roof ends to the trailer when a “C” channel is not practical.
– Skirts ~ As with roof ends, skirts can be strapped to the trailer side via footman’s loops.
The loops fasten with either two rivets or 2 bolts. They only protrude 1/2″ out from the trailer and can accommodate straps up to two inches wide.