Order Full and Half walls for your Pop Up Tent to customize it the way you want. We print your logo, text or images onto the walls so it provides fantastic exposure for your brand at an amazingly low price.
Pop Up Tent Frame and Canopy can be ordered on our Pop Up Tent page.
Free File Checking & Free Artwork Layout Services Provided
Download our design template, create your fantastic design, and save it as a PDF to upload with your order. Not sure if you did it the right way? No problem at all, our graphic design team provides free file checking. They will point out any potential issues and help you get it ready to print.
Maybe creating the artwork layout isn't your specialty? Never fear, our design team is here! We offer a free artwork layout service. Upload your logos and/or images when ordering the product and let us know how you want the layout organized (don't forget to tell us the colors you want!). Our design team will make it look amazing and send you a digital design proof to ensure it's just how you want it before it's made.
- 600D PU polyester fabric designed to repel water
- Half size walls ordered with a Tent are supplied with aluminum support bars
- CPAI-84 certified
- 12 month warranty
Artwork Specification Downloads
Pop Up Tents Artwork Specifications
Pop Up Tents - Branded Care Sheet
How long will it take to produce my Pop Up Tent Walls order?
Our production lead time is 8 working days from artwork proof approval:
< 6 units - 8 working days after artwork proof sign off
< 11 units - 10 working days after artwork proof sign off
< 16 units - 15 working days after artwork proof sign off
What material is the printed canopy and walls?
They are made from a high quality 600D Oxford polyester material and includes high resolution full color printing. The material can be printed with any color and logo/design you choose!
How long will the Pop Up Tent printed canopy and walls last?
The printed canopy and walls of our Pop Up Tents are printed using the dye sublimation process which provides high quality print and vibrant colors.
When used internally (i.e. out of the sun and weather) this printed fabrics will last indefinitely.
When used outdoors the dye sublimated fabrics will fade over time - and the amount of fading will depend on the amount of UV they are exposed to. As an indication we would expect the fabric to last 6 - 12 months before fading, if being used outdoors continually. However Pop Up Tents are generally used outdoors for one or two day events so will last for a very long time.
The actual lifespan for the printed fabrics will depend on how long they are used outdoors and the conditions they are exposed to.
Are the canopy and walls of the Pop Up Tents flame resistant?
Yes - the canopy and wall materials pass the CPAI- 84 Standard which is a recommended standard for flammability of recreational tents.
How do I attach the back wall to the Pop Up Tent?
The full back and side walls come with a strip of HOOK Velcro across the top and with Velcro loops down each side. The HOOK velcro strip at the top of the wall is attached to the LOOP Velcro on the valance of the canopy (the skirt of the roof) - and the velcro loops are attached around the vertical poles of the frame.
What is the size of the optional back and side full walls for the Pop Up Tent?
Half Wall: 109” W x 36” H
Full Wall: 117” W x 81” H
What comes with the Pop up Tent Half Wall Support Kits?
The Half Walls Support Kits come with the following:
- 1 x set of 2 clear plastic post connectors (which clamp to each post)
2 x insertable aluminum support bars (the ends of the bar are inserted into the clear plastic post connectors)
1 x durable support bar which fits into the ends of the 2 support bars (the ends of the telescopic bar are inserted into the clear plastic post connectors)
What is the size of the half walls for the Pop Up Tent?
109” W x 31” H (all sides)
How can I remove any creases from the polyester fabric?
We recommend that you use a steamer to remove any creases from the polyester fabric. It is also possible to use a warm iron but important that you use an ironing cloth so that the iron does not contact the fabric.