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Introducing our new VX series. We have added large triangle windows on both ends. The extra windows give you eXtra Ventilation and eXtra openness and Views. This feature is a must when camping in hot summer weather, allowing you to really open the tent up. When conditions change, simply zip the windows shut from the inside. The VX series is identical to our Deluxe version with the exception that instead of funnel-flow vents, you have large triangle windows on both ends. Stainless steel, wire stake loops give superior strength and durability. Available in 10x10 and 10x14 sizes.
- Hydra-ShieldTM, 100% Cotton Duck Canvas. Durable, watertight and breathable.
- Flex-Bow Frame: Exceptionally sturdy. Keeps tent taut. Quick and easy, one-person, setup.
- Spacious 6'6" ceiling height provides walk-around comfort.
- Two large D-shaped doors (front and back) with #10 YKK zippers.
- Six large windows with no-see-um mesh. Provides openness and superb ventilation.
- Large 72x78-inch awning.
- Customizable gear loft and organizer pockets.
- Stainless steel, wire stake loops.
- Heavy-duty 12-inch, steel rod, stakes.
- Handy strap-and-cinch storage bag for convenient roll up.
Pack Weight: 68 lbs. (includes 6.5 lbs in stakes).
Pack Size: Tent-- Length 30 in. Diameter 13 in., Poles-- Length 50 in. Diameter 5.5 in.
Ceiling Material: 10 oz Hydra-shieldTM canvas.
Wall Material: 8.5 oz Hydra-ShieldTM canvas.
Floor Material: 16 oz vinyl. Polyester reinforced, seamless.
Frame: 1-inch, galvanized, steel tubing.
Flex-Bow Rods: 3/8-inch, solid, spring steel.
All-season: Use year-round, but not designed for extreme winter mountaineering or heavy snow accumulations.
Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty.
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Before I bought my Flex Bow VX, I had a $97 Eureka brand tent. On the first use, a strong wind came up and the tent poles snapped beyond repair, so I was looking for sturdier shelter options. A friend suggested I check out Kodiak Canvas, and a love affair began. I am now a huge ambassador for this company, and tell everyone about my new Flex Bow VX tent. Not that it’s necessary — the tent speaks for itself. I recently went to a campout and my tent held up superbly in the strong winds, which caught the attention of my campground neighbors and soon I was telling them all about Kodiak Canvas. I also had two nights of rain on a recent camping trip and we stayed nice and dry inside. On hot days the ventilation from the six windows is divine. Friends of mine have lovingly referred to my tent as my bomb shelter because of its high quality construction. I very much recommend this tent and this company!
Our tent was delivered August 31 last year. We had it up for about a month. Set it up again on May 18. (We sleep in it on weekends in our back yard.) Followed the wetting instructions and had very few problems with leaking. However, this morning as I was admiring the contruction of the tent, I noticed unusually bright light coming through the bottom seam near the D-ring where the pole goes. Upon closer inspection, found that the wall canvas tore, or was not properly sewn into the binding in the first place. There is an opening approximately 1" long at this point, but I expect it to turn into a bigger opening, as it is at a stress point. Already saw an ant come through the opening. Help?
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Glad it has 6 windows especially in Texas, lotsa room, solid build, lite, quick setup, bought 8" screws and use impact driver for fast tac down (hardest part). Also painters pole with PVC pipe extending to raise awning works nice, also indoor/outdoor carpet for inside and outside, best against wind.
Used my VX tent this weekend in desert heat l, then a surprisong thunderstorm with 30 degree tempertaures. Performed exceptionally. Love the giant windows and views. My 1st time camping in a canvas tent and it has changed my perception. Will be looking at your other products for solo camping.
I am just an average camper, experienced with the typical inexpensive nylon tent, so I am very excited about buying a quality canvas one. The tent is very nice. The materials, stitching and workmanship are quality. After only setting it up a couple of times, I can tell that this is a good purchase. I especially like the floor material thickness. It feels very durable.
The one reason I am giving the tent a four star rating is because of missing grommets in the awning. I purchased the vestibule attachment at the same time I bought the tent, and when I read through the vestibule directions They stated that the new design tent awning should have a pattern of 5 grommets for the vestibule attachment. Mine has two grommets. So even though I bought the newest version of the tent and vestibule at the same time, they are not compatible. The instructions say that on the older models you need to install the additional three grommets. So even though I bought the most current version of the tent I guess I need to cut in my own grommets anyway. If I were you, I would call Kodiak prior to buying to make sure that the added grommets are installed.
Steve, Thanks for your purchase. The extra grommets are only needed with the wing vestibule accessory. A grommet kit is included with the wing vestibule, and it is fairly easy to do. We did not want to burden customers who don't have a wing vestibule with the cost of extra grommets. (Kodiak Canvas)
This tent is incredible. I was a bit suspicious as to why there are only 5-star reviews. Having been in this tent I know now why. It's my first canvas style tent and compared to my other high end tents it is my new #1. Ventilation is great, being able to see 360 degrees around you is nice as well, especially when your now part of the food chain. Height is great, for me being 6'4" I really like being able to stand up. We had plenty of room with two people and alot of gear. I rigged up a mini rainfly with a heavy duty reflective blanket from a big box store and a tarp, which helped keep some of the heat buildup at the top where my head typically was when I stood up. It created some shade and let air pass underneath. Perhaps adding this accessory in the future would be good. I'd also add that putting an extra awning on it would be nice, especially when using the vestibule. Having a front and back porch kind of feel would be helpful at times. The extra accessories that came with it are awesome, may add another gear loft, but the storage pockets are a must and may get another one of those. Overall this was a great tent. I have spent many nights in it and cold ones at that, with my heater I was more then warm. Sometimes it got a little to hot, the tent held heat really well. If you could program a little heater to kick on every hour and run for maybe 10 min or so you’d be plenty warm at night. I prefer it being cold and being wrapped up in a sleeping bag, so cool weather doesn’t bother me. In the day when it was really hot out, opening all the windows was more then enough to keep it cooler inside. I really like that feature. I hope to get many many years out of this tent. You'll be more then happy with it. I’m anxious to see the new sleeping bags and perhaps try them out. I’d also like to see what, if anything is changed on other tents in the future. Thanks for an awesome tent.
Great tent. Love the quick setup. Heavy duty canvas with high quality stitching made to last. All it needs is a small awning over the side v-windows so it can be ventilated in a rain storm. And maybe an additional zipper at the base of the front window so it can be opened at the bottom. I plan to use this tent a lot year round.
I've been using the KC VX 10x10 for two years now on long extended outings in the northern New Mexico mountains since retiring -- doing both dispersed national forest camping and campground camping. The tent has endured extreme weather, howling mountaintop storms, and hundreds of pounds of hail -- and never budged or leaked. The warranty and manual steer you away from this kind of heavy continuous usage, but if you're kind to your tent, it will hold up just fine, despite the warnings.... KC is just covering their liability side. I haven't, but some have put stovejacks on their KC tents... no reason you can't or shouldn't, except the warranty. This tent is a sweet 100 sq ft tiny home if only for a couple people, or person and dog (like me). The floor is bombproof.... it will outlast the rest of the tent. Zippers will never fail. I did get a tiny hole in one of the noseeum windows, but patched w/ a drop of superglue. And the white ceiling is a blessing (lets in diffuse light) and a curse (stains easily, unavoidable unless you put a large tarp over the entire rig, which I often do. All that said, I am also considering getting the 8.5x6 two person VX for when I want to travel lighter and don't need the capacity of the 10x10. All in all, money extremely well spent.
This tent is built well and is very easy to put up with one person. I love the bag that it comes with. No more trying to get a tent in some bag that is to small. I love the awning it eliminates the need to bring an easy up. The other thing I love is that the awning is adjustable. All in all a great tent.