The Cheyenne Lodges are made according to Laubin pattern which we feel is the most authentic. They are made of natural cotton duck for authenticity, as this would be the same material available to the mountain man and the Indian in the 1800 to 1840 period. Army duck, sunforger and flame resistant material are not authentic, but they are available. All seams are double sewn. Edges are hemmed unless selvage edge is used. Bottom edge is hemmed to keep from fraying. Lacing pin holes are button stitched by hand and no grommets are used. Stake loops are used on some Tipis of modern manufacture, but we feel this is not authentic. Instructions are included for attaching the proper way.
10 oz. Sunforger – Flame Resistant is the same as the Sunforger with the additional treatment CPIA-84 flame retardant. Meets California code (best available). Actual weight of finished goods is over 13 oz. per square yard. This material will self extinguish when source of flame is removed. Does not flash. Size of a Tipi is the measurement of the base - not the measurement of the height.
Includes cover and door, 84” liner or cover, pole layout (diagram), type and number of pegs and lacing pins and size of rope to be used. Poles, rope, pegs, or lacing pins sold separately.
SHIPPED DIRECTLY FROM MANUFACTURER - U.P.S. COLLECT ON SHIPPING CHARGES (APPROXIMATELY $60.00). DELIVERY TIME 2 TO 3 WEEKS.