• Hydra-ShieldTM, 100% Cotton Duck Canvas. Durable, watertight and breathable.
• Flex-Bow Frame: Exceptionally sturdy. Keeps tent taut. Quick and easy, one-person, set-up.
• Spacious 6'6" ceiling height provides walk-around comfort.
• Two large D-shaped doors (front and back) with #10 YKK zippers.
• Four large windows with no-see-um mesh.
• Large 84x78-inch awning.
• Customizable gear loft and organizer pockets.
• Two funnel-flow vents help improve air flow and temperature management.
• Heavy-duty 12-inch, steel rod, stakes.
• Handy strap-and-cinch storage bag for convenient roll up.
Pack Weight: 79 lbs. (includes 6.5 lbs in stakes).
Pack Size: Tent-- Length 30 in. Diameter 16 in., Poles-- Length 48 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: Lifetime limited warranty.
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Posted by Jud Garziano on 28th Feb 2018
Okay. So can I at seventy six years old set this 10 x 14 kodiak Delux tent up by myself? You bet. Will that second pole make me grunt? Definitely. This tent is probably the best tent that I have had in my 50 plus years of camping. The problem is that prior to my purchace I listened to everyone saying how easy this tent is to set up by one person. Well, it is true until you try to put the second pole on the pin. Perhaps all the people were very young and vedy strong. Kodiak has given me ideas of how to make that task easier and apparently there are new design changes since I bought mine from Cabela's this past summer. Anyway, this is a terrific tent. Very heavy but very strong. I believe that properly taken care of, this is one you could give to your grandchildren. Happy camping.
Posted by Bill on 5th Oct 2017
Bought this tent for summer camping and fall hunting trips. Took it out in August for the first time and was extremely impressed on how easy it was to set up for a canvas tent. Also impressed with the construction and quality. We had three large cots and gear and there was plenty of room in the tent to spread out. Getting ready to take it out to Idaho for a 7 day Mule deer hunt and have no doubt it will be one of the more comfortable camps I have had in awhile. Will provide another review after the hunt.
Posted by Shane H. on 17th Sep 2017
From the other reviews, it is clear that this is a great tent that will likely exceed expectations. Last year I had used it in our backyard for 6 months. I left it up and would use it on the weekends. This was during fall/winter/spring in Pennsylvania. The tent has had no issues and I have since packed it and went camping multiple times without a hitch. While it voided the warranty, I believe the fact that it stood up to a PA fall, winter, and spring is a testament to the durability of these. I will exclusively purchase Kodiak Canvas going forward.
Thank you Kodiak for your well designed platform and workmanship.
Posted by Tom on 9th Sep 2017
I'm not sure another 5-star review is required as there are already so many. I join the throngs of other happy campers and am thrilled with my new Kodiak 10x14 VX. I purchased the tent late this Summer and have set it up for seasoning and for a short outdoor jaunt. As many have said, worth every penny, no regrets. I certainly can't get it all up in 15 minutes like some people, but it doesn't take long to put up or take down, 45 minutes perhaps all inclusive, tent, canopy and vestibule. When I take it down with the zippers closed the tent holds air like a balloon and I need to open the zippers on the window or doors just a little and then work the air out of the tent. Good, you bet; if air can't get out rain sure isn't going to get in. I added grommets at 4" from the front edge of the canopy to lay over the vestibule, but it's not enough. Looks good at the edges but at the center there is a gap. So either I didn't understand the instructions or grommets need to be back farther from the edge, or ???, for the canopy edge to lay over the matching edge of the Vestibule. I'm well into my 70s and the end poles take a bit more than a little work to get up, but it gets easier each time and I'm getting a system worked out, i.e. my wife helps.. Otherwise, no problem for me to zip through the set up without delay. Couldn't be happier and will do more outdoor and camping with my Kodiak than I would have without it.
Posted by Tim on 16th Aug 2017
Just purchased this tent earlier this summer for a week long camping trip which concluded a few days ago. The tent was great, pretty easy to setup up, along with the extra vestibule. The worst part is putting in the stakes in harder ground. I'm going to pick up some 8 inch bolts and washers to use next time and just use a drill to screw into the ground. I seen a video on YouTube of someone who did that for this tent and it was genius.
Tent had tons of room to move around and height clearance. The other tenters were jealous. Only issue we had was that mid trip we had some rain as we were going to bed and stepped inside tent and there was a mist coming through the roof from the rain drops. I probably didn't 'season' the roof good enough beforehand and it only did it for a few minutes and I'm sure it got soaked enough to seal it up good once dried. More my fault than anything. The only annoying thing about the whole tent was the fact that I purchased the extra vestibule and had to install 2 grommets on my own. I had to bring the massive tent to this small business and pay someone to do the grommets. Works great now but was just annoying after paying a lot for this tent and wasn't even ready to use.
All in all its a 5 star tent and I look forward to many years of use. I look forward to the next trip just so I can use the tent again.
Thanks Kodiak Canvas for a quality tent.
Posted by mossyhillbilly on 15th Aug 2017
I've had this tent about 7 years noe, worth every penny. Plenty of room for me, wife and 4 kids for long trips. Everything on the tent has held up well and is heavy duty. Should last many more years when cared for. Very simple design for setup all though if your site is Rocky there's a lot of stakes to drive, I've never had that much problem though. I would buy another one again.
Posted by cmoe on 5th Jul 2017
Better then expected the pictures don't do it justice. Strong poles strong canvas. Glad I took the jump and went for it.
Posted by Scott & Amanda, WI on 4th Jul 2017
Initial setup took a bit but by the fourth time, two people can be setup and be ready quickly. Enough room for a family of four and a dog. We have camped 3-times now in our tent ranging from a two night stay to a week long trip. Each time we had rain and a couple of real good thunderstorms with high winds, never had a drop in the tent or a wet foot underneath!!!! One night it dipped down into the 40's, a few minutes with a small space heater and everyone was toasty warm. This tent is everything it is discribed and so much more. We purchased the ground tarp as well, heavy duty! Slightly big but with the floor made the way it is, the tarp is more a protectant than a water barrier.
A must have for anyone needing a well built tent for all occasions.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Jun 2017
#1 Out of the box it took me 15 min to set up. If you hunt solo at all and want a quality warm tent this is the one.
#2 Feels just as roomy as my 12x14 wall tent without all the hastle and time that it takes to put together for a week long trip.
#3 Every pole, stake, tarp and canvas all look and feel top grade.
I don't ever see myself ever going back to an original wall tent. My only wish was they came with an optional wood stove jack. It's hard to beat that wood stove warmth on a cold snowy or rainy day.
Posted by Kent on 8th May 2017
I recently purchased several Kodiak tents and put them to the test a few weeks ago. After setting up the tents the weather changed and the wind picked up to 30 - 40 mph before the rain storm hit. The tents withstood the high winds and rain with no problems. Only suggestion would be to have adjustable awning poles so you can slope it to allow the rain to run off, it wanted to pool in the middle. Great tent especially for Scouts.
Regarding the awning poles you just slant one or both poles to lower the awing when stormy. Slanting one pole (I do the one furthest from the door) lets the water run off that side. When no precipitation is expected leave them tall--extra height under the awing is nice.
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