Hyperbolic Sail

Hyperbolic Sails are four-sided sails that use differing attachment elevations to form a three-dimensional canopy profile. On a typical Hyperbolic Sail, the canopy will have two high elevation connections on diagonal opposites and two low elevation connections on diagonal opposites, giving the canopy a twisted look.

  • 8′, 10′ and 12′ Entry Heights
  • Surface or In-Ground Mount
  • Traditional or Dual Color Shade Fabric

Additional information

Entry Height

10 feet

Canopy Width

12 feet

Standard Wind Loads

93 MPH (with Fabric) to 150 MPH (without Fabric)


Surface or In-Ground