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SKU: MFT-WB

Availability: In stock

Quick Overview

  • Dimensions: 7.9”L x 31”H x 8.3”D
  • Includes: (4) weight bag
  • Material: black canvas
  • Holds up to 40 lbs. of sand
  • Attach one to tent leg for additional support 

Availability: In stock

$49.99
  • Buy 2 for $48.99 each and save 3%
  • Buy 5 for $47.49 each and save 5%
  • Buy 10 for $44.99 each and save 10%

Details

Provide your event tent with the ultimate protection from transportation and other portability issues with this sturdy, safe and specially crafted for tents- weight bags! Hold out your tents safely with these bags and what’s more exclusively crafted for the tents means that with these bags you can assemble and dissemble your tent easily and comfortably.

Features:

  • Dimensions: 7.9”L x 31”H x 8.3”D
  • Includes: (4) weight bag
  • Material: black canvas
  • Holds up to 40 lbs. of sand
  • Attach one to tent leg for additional support 

Good To Know: 

  • Sturdy and strong these tent weight bags hold as much as 40 lbs. of sand and attach easily to each leg of your tent via Velcro.
  • The bag is perfect for both hard and soft surfaces and is a complete necessity when setting up tents outdoors.
  • We offer the classic black color for the bags which makes them sustainable to stains and dirt and easy to wash and maintain.
  • The weight bags are sold in sets of four for your convenience and handling ease.
  • Order these weight bags today and award your tents with the much-needed protection and durability. 

Additional Information

PrintNo
MaterialCanvas
FeaturesLightweight, Portable, Print, Rectangle, Storage, Travel
Replacement CanopyNo
Tents DiameterNo
AccessoriesWater Weight Bag
New ProductNo
AdditionalNo

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