• Spacious 7.5 ft peak ceiling height and vertical walls. Stand-up, walk-around comfort
• Large D-shaped front door
• Hydra-Shield™ 100% cotton duck canvas. Durable, watertight, and breathable
• Sturdy frame
• 6 Large windows with no-see-um mesh
• Stainless steel, wire stake loops
• Heavy-duty, 12-inch steel rod, tent stakes
• Zippered storage bag
• 5” Stove Jack. Wood stove compatible (sold separately)
• Optional awning 8 x 8 ft. with steel frame (sold separately)
Approx. Pack Weight: 97 lbs. (Includes tent, poles, stakes, and storage bags).
Size: 12x12 ft. Tent space, optional 8x8 ft. awning sold separately.
Pack Size: Tent--Length: 32 in. Diameter 16 in., Poles--Length: 46 in. Diameter 8.5 in.
Capacity: 8-person (4-person when stove is used).
Ceiling Material: 10 oz Hydra-shield™ canvas.
Wall Material: 8.5 oz Hydra-Shield™ canvas.
Floor Material: 13.5 oz vinyl. Polyester reinforced, welded seams.
Zippers: YKK #10 coil on door, #8 coil on windows.
Frame: 1-inch, galvanized, steel tubing (main support).
All-season: Use year-round, but not designed for extreme winter mountaineering or heavy snow accumulations.
Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty.
• 1672 8x8 ft. Awning Accessory for Cabin Lodge
• 1577 Stove Mat 36x54 in.
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Used twice elk hunting in Wyoming this year. Had heavy rain early season and snow late. I am very happy with this tent and vestibule. One thing that I would recommend for vestibule is sewn in floor like tent with velcro at bottom to attach to tent. During heavy winds the debris and snow came in and it was really picking up on vestibule. But build quality and layout are awesome, no water came in tent. Also just used big buddy heater that kept tent comfortable in teens temps.
We picked this up for our company/family camping trip. I would have preferred "roughing it" but having to appease the fam, I settled on this. On out first excursion, we were camping in a quite severe outer reaches of a hurricane. The thunder, wind, and rain were nothing to scoff at. Other than a bear liberating our cooler of all orange blossom honey ham, apples, and pepperoni, right outside that little overhang you see on the picture; it was a great trip. (My fault for leaving food where a bear can get it...I know better!) This tent was worth every penny. The torrential downfalls were not even noticed inside the tent. Every single family around us had some sort of leakage or flooding inside their tent, except us (and the one nephew that was "roughing it" in his home made bivvy)! We have had several trips out with this tent, and I have been very pleased! I will be honest in that I am very disappointed that it has to be made in China. Each of my Companies respective brands pride themselves on supporting Small Business, Locally produced, and American Made! Yet, I could not find a product that was this well made within those parameters. Please, Kodiak Canvas! Please, find a way to make these in America! If you can't, let me help you find a way!
Let me say first and foremost, thank you for building a strong and durable tent. My sons and I were on the very first hunting and camping trip using this magnificent piece of equipment with the addition of the vestibule as our base camp. We arrived in Western Oklahoma on a Thursday and we got everything up and secure in 75* weather by 1am the weather had shifted out of the north and temperatures dropped into the 20s by 6am This was unexpected but we were prepared. What we weren’t expecting was a week worth of 20* temps and winds approaching 25-30 mph all day every day and one night when the full force of Billy hit us with 45-60 mph winds and an ice storm that put an inch of ice over the entire tent. The tent held up with flying colors and we survived with some memories that will last forever. I can highly recommend this tent and vestibule as a go to in any conditions. The only mishaps were to the tent roof as with all the winds some embers escaped the stove pipe ember catch and burned two pinhole spots outside the protective spot. Highly recommended by myself and my sons. Thank you again for such a wonderful tent.
The back ridge pole needs Velcro straps on it. The tent blows away from the ridge pole in the wind.
Fantastic canvas tent. I’ve used several wall tent style tents in the past. This tent is super simple and looks very well built. Everything about it is robust. After getting the cabin tent I went straight to the woods for an elk hunt. Set up was easy with a couple people just take it step by step. It’s bulky and heavy as to be expected with a tent like this. Very sturdy and should be able to withstand plenty of weather. It was very comfortable and well worth setting up for a multi day outing. I now have several Kodiak Canvas tents and all have been worth every penny. My daughter enjoyed the tent so much I’m getting ready to set it up for a birthday party sleepover in the backyard.
This is one of the nicest, well built tents I have ever owned. Initial impressions 10 out of 10. We'll be taking it up to elk camp and we're looking forward to glamping during elk camp.
This tent is amazing! The floor is thick. The canvas color feels like you are in a cabin with painted walls. Poles are really sturdy. We had a double size cot and had more room than we expected. We camp for months at a time. We've been through several tents. I know this tent will last a long time. This feels more like a home. Cant wait to get back out there. Well worth the wait
I have yet to put this tent through a camping trip. But I did have to set it up the day it arrived in the yard. It took about 50 minutes by myself with a decent breeze. Now that I’ve done it I know I need 4, 3-4 ft bungees to secure the main posts to the corners along with the guy lines to prevent them from falling over when going to the opposite side. Figure I can shave about 20-25 minutes of now that everything is tied. Awesome tent. Great room and good air flow. I can’t wait to take this tent out.