Just Another (Fa)bric in the Wall

Written By Alex Shirley-Smith - May 04 2015


June 21 2016

Yes, a removable wall would be nice to protect from a side-rain. I creates a “shelter”

June 20 2016

Walls would be perfect, me and my grandfather struggle to find shade where we camp and go hide in our trucks due to a small canopy when it rains. With walls, we can sit under our tent free of the sun and rain and enjoy camping to the fullest.

Bruce Kuykendall
March 22 2016

Since I live in Swampy, muggy ole Florida – I’d like to see Mesh Walls! Lift the Stingray up to 6 ft. off the ground and create a 14×14×14 screen room underneath which protects from sun and bugs! Basically the same type of enclosure as a Nemo Bugout.

Andrew White
October 24 2015

I’m considering purchasing your stingray package with trillium underneath. I may have somewhat of a different use than your target market, but I think walls would be great. My plan is to create a 2story, dwelling, 13-15’ tall with insulated canvas walls and possibly a heat source. Similar to yurt walls. As for the wind, it’s a concern. My thought is to drive 1.5" pipe through the 3 D rings and into the earth and wrap the canvas around. Would it work?

October 23 2015

No and yes. If you need a wall up temporarily for changing purposes, rain, etc.- then yes. But, you a tent to camp in the trees to get a new perspective, a new view. Why would you want to impede that view by putting up a wall? Just my 2 cents.

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