For years we used the term “privacy skirts” to identify the 1/2 height skirts installed around the perimeter of a canopy.
Half height skirts create a perimeter barrier while allowing visibility into the canopy.
A window is a cut-out in a full skirt, usually filled with clear vinyl. Windows are either rectangular, rounded rectangular or domed. A standard window is permanently sewn in but, can be ordered with zippers along the top and down both sides. Other options include interior roll-up covers, faux panes, solid acrylic and tinting.
A corral skirt is a ground-level barrier used to surround an outdoor area adjacent to a trailer.
The soil skirt is a 10" to 15" vinyl piece sewn onto the bottom of a full skirt or privacy skirt. It is intended to lay an inch or two on the ground to prevent dirt from blowing into the canopy. It also reduces wear on the skirts. Soil skirts are typically black but can be blue,...
A crowd control barrier is a set of stand-alone half height skirts.
Full skirts are used on “Fully Enclosed” canopies and could be considered walls.
Continuous - Half skirts travel across the vertical support poles. The skirts are joined by zippers at the poles.
Half height skirts provide a perimeter barrier while allowing visibility into and out of the canopy. These skirts are available in two versions. Continuous and individual. Continuous - Half skirts travel across the vertical support poles. The skirts are joined by zippers at the poles. The "Gary Fisher" skirt in the photo is a continuous skirt. Individual...
"Combo" skirts are typically clear vinyl upper sections with solid fabric lower skirts. The lower skirts are called half height skirts and hang from horizontal poles. When used in combination, the clear uppers and solid lowers are connected with buckles and straps that loop around the pole through slits in the lower skirts. The lower skirts separate vertically...