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  To order a fly - click on the size of your tent in the fabric / option you desire                 


Standard polly fly 

polly fly with awning

Polly awning only

canvas fly W/M

canvas fly with awning W/M

Canvas awning only W/M

8 x 10


$122.00     5' awning





10 x 12


$172.80      6' awning





12 x 14


$235.20      7' awning





12 x 18


$245.00      7' awning





14 x 16


$257.40     7' awning





15 x 18


$315.80     7' awning





16 x 20


$378.00     7' awning





A rain fly is a good way to keep the harmfull UV (eventually what "kills" tents is the sun) off of the tent top. In addition to keeping the sun off of the tent a fly will also:

  1. Slide the snow easier than the canvas.
  2. Help keep the sparks from your wood stove away from the tent top.
  3. It is another barrier in the rain.
  4. When set up correctly will act like insulation and keep you warmer when it is cold.
  5. Rattle and make noise when the wind is blowing (hey it can't all be good)

Our standard fly is made from a high quality polypropylene and will be the same length as the tent. At the sides it will hang over  4" - 6" (four to six inches)  It comes with canvas patches at the four corners and both ends of the ridge. These ridge patches will have grommets that correspond with the tent.  The hole for the stove jack will be an oversized square hole, reinforced with webbing.

A fly with an awning will be the same as above only 6' - 8' (six to eight foot) longer than the tent which will provide an awning (click here for picture of awning).

Awning only-- we make an tarp that has the same rake as your tent and you put it up the same way as a fly with awning only this does not cover the tent (simply provides the vestibule).

Canvas fly Same as above only canvas.  


***We sell the poles for the rain fly/awnings two different ways***

  • Wall poles -- out at the side of the tent you need to lift the fly up off the tent a couple of inches to let it breathe. Wall poles are designed to lift the tarp up off of the tent, some of our customers prefer to make these themselves. Generally these poles are 4' - 6' apart along both sides of the tent.


  • Ridge pole and upright-- If an awning is selected you need a ridge pole at the top and an upright pole to support it.  NOTE: the ridge pole and upright work well with either the traditional pole system or the internal frame / (angles only)

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