Kodiak Canvas Flex-Bow Canvas Tent Deluxe
|Max Occupancy||6 Person|
About this item
- Made with Hydra-Shield, 100% cotton duck canvas that is durable, watertight and breathable
- 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
- Flex-Bow Frame: Exceptionally sturdy. Keeps tent taut. Quick and easy, one-person, setup
- Dimensions: 10 ft W x 10 ft D x 6'6" H
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Whether you’re headed to the campground with your family, or elk camp with your hunting buddies, this rugged, all-season tent is well suited for the occasion. Made with premium grade, Hydra-Shield, 100% cotton duck canvas. The tight weave and silicone finish make the canvas watertight yet breathable, minimizing condensation and mugginess. Go ahead and touch the inside walls during a downpour—this canvas will not wick water. The Flex-Bow frame has tempered, spring steel rods that keep the tent taut, and robust 1-inch steel tube poles that will hold up to fierce winds. The floor material is a puncture resistant, 13.5 oz vinyl with welded seams, that keeps water out. Easy, one-person setup takes only a few minutes after you have it staked out. The steep walls and 6’1” high ceiling provide a roomy interior with stand-up, walk-around comfort. Large front and back doors with top rated #10 YKK zippers give convenient access. Four windows, and two vents allow ample air flow. Windows and vents have no-see-um screen mesh, keeping out the smallest bugs. A customizable gear organizer system offers plenty of places to stow gear. A large awning provides shade and a covered entry. Sturdy storage bags and hefty 12-inch steel stakes are included.
Whether you're heading to the campground with the family or the elk camp with your hunting buddies, the rugged, all-season Kodiak Canvas Flex-Bow eight-person tent is well suited to the occasion. The Flex-Bow tent is made of a superior, marine-grade, 100-percent cotton duck Hydra-Shield canvas. The custom-woven, treated canvas is ideal for tents, as the double-fill design is strong and durable, while the silicone, dry-finish treatment is watertight, breathable, and durable. As a result, campers will stay comfortable and dry even in a downpour. Unlike synthetic fabrics or canvas with a paraffin- or oil-based treatment, Kodiak's canvas allows water vapor to escape, minimizing condensation, humidity, and mugginess. Plus, you'll rarely--if ever--have to retreat Kodiak canvas.
The Flex-Bow frame is every bit as strong, with 1-inch galvanized steel tubing and 3/8-inch Flex-Bow spring steel rods keeping the tent taut at all times. To further improve ventilation, the tent includes two funnel-flow vents that circulate air and assist with temperature management. And campers won't feel claustrophobic thanks to the tent's spacious 6-foot 6-inch ceiling height, two large D-shaped doors (front and back), and four large windows, all covered with no-see-um mesh. Other details include a 16-ounce, polyester-reinforced vinyl floor; a large 84-by-78-inch awning; a customizable gear loft and organizer pockets; and a handy strap-and-cinch storage bag. The Flex-Bow, which sets up easily with one person, is designed for year-round use, but isn't suitable for extreme winter mountaineering or heavy snow accumulations.
The Flex-Bow's spacious footprint sleeps up to 8 people.
- Capacity: 8 people
- Ceiling material: 10-ounce Hydra-Shield canvas
- Wall material: 8.5-ounce Hydra-Shield canvas
- Floor material: 16-ounce polyester-reinforced vinyl with welded seams
- Frame: 1-inch galvanized steel tubing
- Rods: 3/8-inch solid spring steel Flex-Bow rods
- Tent dimensions: 10 by 14 feet
- Ceiling height: 6 feet 6 inches
- Pack weight: 79 pounds (includes stakes weighing 6.5 pounds total)
- Pack size: 30 by 16 inches, with pole bundle measuring 48 inches long and 5.5 inches in diameter
- Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
About Kodiak Canvas
Born in the ruggedness of the Rockies, Kodiak Canvas has quickly earned a reputation for making tough, long-lasting tents ideal for almost any camping scenario. Each tent is made of top-of-the-line materials and components, helping Kodiak tents far outlive cheaper-made tents. The company's tents feature Hydra-Shield canvas construction, a tough, long-lasting material that minimizes mugginess and holds up to strong winds, driving rain, and even moderate snowfalls.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 1 x 1 x 1 inches; 2 Pounds
- Item model number : 6010
- Date First Available : May 9, 2011
- Manufacturer : Kodiak
- ASIN : B001O02TK4
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#268,152 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #509 in Camping Tents
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Jonathan - Wisconsin
My first canvas tent. I've always wanted one, but most are hard to impossible for 1 person to setup. Being a single dad with small children, I've stuck with easier nylon tents. This year, after blowing through a 3rd nylon tent in 3 years, I decided to look for something better quality.
I first was on the fence with the price. I knew canvas cost more, but I wanted a good size, stand up in tent. After reading reviews and watching videos, I knew the Kodiak Canvas 14x10 was what I wanted. When I saw a weekend sale on it, I got it for a decent price on Amazon. Delivery was quick.
I did the initial setup and seasoning on a stretch of warm and sunny days so I knew I could put it up, get it wet, and dry it out quick. Setup was pretty easy, only requiring a little muscle to get the two support poles in. Everything else was a cinch. The quality of the tent stood out - everything from the tent stakes to the structure itself speaks of quality. The windows are great - my only complaint would be the awning poles - I think telescoping poles would be much more appropriate to adjust height - rather then having to angle them during rain. They also could've used a little more height - I have to duck under it a little to get in and out of the tent. It's not taking off a star, or even a half, it's one of the only things they could improve on in my opinion. Everything else is so well thought out - and the storage bag is definitely a step in the right direction. 40 years of stuffing stuff into storage bags that don't fit right - Kodiak got this one perfect!
I did get the tent out on a week long camping trip this past week. It performed great, and sleeping in canvas is so much more comfortable then nylon. We got a variety of weather - hot and humid, cold, rain (although not a downpour). The lowest was around 45F, the highest was 87F. I ran a small Mr. Heater to warm the tent up during the coldest night, and it worked great in the Kodiak Canvas. I also ran it at the end to help dry out the tent after rain the previous day. Worked like a charm - although the awning was still a little wet due to water pooling on it - so be careful of that - even a little rain will puddle up in the awning - with just goes to show how waterproof the material is.
Great investment - I expect this tent to last for years.
Update ive had this tent up 2 months i i only used it avout 2 nights those 2 months and im thinking wow theres alot of ants and other bugs in here how are they getting in well on both sides of the tentits ripped. No nothing hit in to the corners the fabric. its so weak if i poke it with one finger the canvas rips do not buy this tent its junk a waste of $$$ and under warranty they said this is normally wear and is not covered
I replaces all the stakes with 9 inch 3/8 lag bolts with large washers and use an impact wrench to stake the tent out. Much quicker and way easier then pounding all the stakes. Also the vestibule is a must have if you camp in incremental weather. It gives you an area that is clear of water you can store stuff and cook in. I also use a center tent pull on the awning to shed water more effectively.