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Sandbag Weights for Tents 50lbs - Details
Keep your canopy tent upright and safely secured to the ground with canopy sand bags from Vispronet. Our sandbags for tents can add up to 50lbs of weight per leg and are must-have accessory items for exhibitors showcasing their tents outdoors or in windy areas. These bags are made from heavy-duty black polyester and are tightly secured to the tent legs using hook and loop fasteners and plastic connectors. They are designed to fit any gazebo or canopy tent leg and have adjustable straps for an easy and reliable setup process. These sandbag weights for tents are easy to fill up and empty out after each use, making them easy to transport for on the go applications.
Looking for our 24lb Sandbag Weights?
- Black polyester bag with zippers and clips
- Pop Up Tent Economy
- Pop Up Tent Basic
- Pop Up Tent Deluxe
- Pop Up Tent Compact
- Pavilion Pop Up Tent Deluxe
- Pop Up Tent Premium
- Telescopic Flagpoles
- Feather Flags
- Standard Aluminum Flag Poles
|Part Number||Size||Empty Weight||Filled Weight|
|DI0009||22in x 14.5in x 7in||0.9lbs||50lbs|
Why It’s Important to Use Sandbags for Tents
There are multiple benefits to using canopy sand bags. They are excellent at weighing down canopy tents when displaying outdoors and are highly portable so you can take them on the road with your business. Sandbags for tents are a less expensive option that hard-cased or metal weights and offer an excellent solution when you can’t stake your canopy tent down into the ground. They are common at events where you must setup your canopy on hard surfaces or when local regulation prohibits stakes. Sandbag weights for tents have a universal fit, meaning they can fit almost any tent legs or gazebo legs with no issues.
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