Bag of 18 Stakes
These are the same terrific original stakes that come with our tents. 12 inches long, 3/8 inch diameter, solid steel. Ideal for hard or rocky soil. Not for sandy or soft soil. Carry bag included (color may vary).
User tip, drive them with a rubber mallet. Always wear protective eyewear anytime you use a hammer.
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Best tent stakes ever.
No tent stake I have ever used in my life, has compared to the quality of Kodiak canvas tent stakes. Haven't had one bend yet. Just lost some in the sand. Very fair price for the quality. Would buy again and again.
I purchased these to replace the ones that came with my tent. They work great are durable, strong and a fair price. The replacement bag was a better size than came with the tent.
I have never purchased a prior tent that had decent stakes. The Kodiak Canvas Flex Bow is the first tent that had good stakes. They are very heavy duty steel with a pointed end to make it easier to get them in the ground. Ordered an extra bag of 22 to use with other tarps etc.
Worth having sturdy stakes!
Very sturdy stakes!
I've been to the desert, where the ground is laden with hard volcanic rock. I was able to plow through the rocks with these stakes, without a single one bending. And when the winds roared through the desert for 24hours, these stakes kepts my Kodiak tent secure without a problem!
Loved them so much, I bought another set of 18 for staking down other items. The cost is great for the job they do. They will out-perform everything out there ... and I have tried them all!
We keep loosing stakes some where in our travel adventures. I have 4 Kodiak tents and over the years with people borrowing my tents and scouts using them for a couple of years I needed new stakes so I naturally turned to the best place to get them Kodiak. I have never regretted any purchase from you. I will be buying another Kodiak tent soon. Then all my children will have one when I'm ready to give them up.
I have had a Kodiak for about 10 years now and these stakes are the best. I have never broken or even really bent one and the tent gets used a six or seven times a year in all types of ground from mostly sand to lots of rocks. Buying these to go with a tent older than our Kodiak.