Kodiak | SKU: 6173
Bonus Ground Tarp Included with Purchase
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.
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: Limited Lifetime Warranty.
California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS
Additional Options (Sold Separately):
Awesome tent. Well worth the money, top quality materials , waterproof, lots of room, easy-easy-easy to setup and take down. Easy Peasy,Lemon Squeezy.
I recently had to retire my trusty old Cabela's tent and have been searching the market for replacement. I am glad I found this tent. The reviews and videos you can find online are 100% accurate. This tent is high quality. I expect it will have no problem withstanding the elements for years to come. It is heavy, just like they say, so base camping is the only option. The 14x10 is more than enough to support two hunters with full gear for a week + long trip. There is no issue fitting two full size cots and still having room to move around. Also more than enough room for my family of 3 with a queen and a twin air mattress. I had read the walls have a bit more slope on the 14x10 vs. the 10x10, but there is still plenty of headroom on the sides of the tent and I am 6'1". The initial pitch only took me about 15 minutes, and I did it by myself. It is pretty straight forward, and there are great YouTube videos out there that you can educate yourself with. The longest part is taking the time to properly stake the tent out, and after that it pops right up. One of my favorite features is that Kodiak actually provides stakes that will work! (Thank you!) The first thing I've done with tents is throw the stakes out and buy new ones, definitely not the case here. Another awesome feature is the floor. It is thick and should hold up for a long, long time. I didn't purchase the floor liner yet, but I will just to help the life of it. I am also waiting to get the wing vestibule because I've read some varying opinions on adding grommets to the awning, but I think I will ultimately wind up making the purchase. If you're not using the awning it is important to ensure you roll it up properly so it doesn't catch water. The included ground tarp is awesome too. Well done across the board!
We love this tent. It is super easy to set up and very spacious. I would highly recommend it.
I put it up in the back yard to "season" it. It's rained every day since. Going on 5 days with continuous rain in the forecast for the next 7 days. Don't know if a complete saturation is needed, but it's getting it. First week long camp trip scheduled for October. I hope it dries out by then.
I've been camping in nylon tents for decades. I'm never going back. This tent has so much room, I don't know what to do with it all. The construction is outstanding. I had a small leak at the reinforcement on the back door, but the rain was pouring down in buckets and actually caused flooding in lower areas on site so I'm not really that worried about a handful of tiny drops. Cleaning the tent after living in it for two weeks straight was quick and easy. Definitely go for the vestibule accessory - it was perfect and gave me a dry place to keep my chair, a cool place to store my cooler. I cannot say enough good about this tent!
We purchased this tent back in May as we had many camping trips planned for the year. We live in Michigan and with the chilly nights this tent was amazing. We started out in the Porcupine Mountains. We love how much room there is, hot thick the mil is of hte floor and also the ground tarp was a bonus. Easy set up and easy take down. With the help of a Planar portable diesel heater, we stayed toasty warm in our bed. The hose fit perfectly into the bottom corner of the door. We have since camped all over the Upper Penninsula and this tent has been amazing on every trip. We have ran into rain, winds and scorching sun. Is holding up well and we love it. Best purchase in a tent ever!
Worked very well with easy set-up. Plenty of room for two with a two person cot and air mattress plus table for a light, coffee maker, and a small fan. With 4 sided ventilation the fan wasn’t used much. We used a 4x6 rug in the middle of the floor for added foot comfort and to save wear and tear on the floor even with the ground sheet underneath. A 20 minute down pour came through just as we finished putting the tent up. We stayed dry and comfortable waiting for it to pass. Very sturdy design. Would recommend this tent.
Went out camping last weekend. And it was pouring. Got some rain coming in at one seam. Little disappointed **** Juan, Thanks for the honest review. As per the owner's manual the first time the tent gets wet its normal to have some seeping. After the first wetting, when the canvas dries the canvas will shrink slightly tightening the weave and sealing the stitch holes. The next time your tent gets wet you should be completely dry. Happy Camping KC