Montana Canvas Spike III Spike Tent
- Traditional versatile Spike Tent design
- Complete package
- Use single interior pole, two or three exterior poles, or tree branch for center tent support
- Easy to setup and take-down
- 12' x 12' footprint, 4' walls, and 8' 6'' peak
- Stove jack and weather flap installed in tent roof
- Sewn-in floor
- Fly features zippered openings for stove pipe and the awning front
- Heavy-duty zippers on all doors
- Three 24'' x 30'' screen windows
- Screen door
- Weight: 40 lbs.
With a super easy setup and nostalgic design, the Montana Canvas Spike III Spike tent is a great choice for a family or hunting group wanting to enjoy a weekend or longer in the outdoors. Made of super light and waterproof Relite, the Spike III is easy to setup thanks to a versatile design. You can use a single interior pole, two or three exterior poles, or just tie the top suspension ring to a tree branch to support the tent. Just as easy to setup and enjoyable as the company's original spike tents, the 12' x 12' Spike III expands the available living space without sacrificing any of the tent's easy set-up and take-down. This tent package comes ready to go, with the tent, aluminum frame, and tent fly all included. Tent comes with stove jack and weather flap installed. Fly features zipper openings for stove pipe and the awning front. With 4' walls and an 8' 6'' peak, the Spike III is easy to get around in. This convenient tent also features heavy duty zippers on all doors, a sewn-in floor, three 24'' x 30'' screen windows, and a screen door. Made in USA
Montana Canvas Spike Tents take you back to a long ago era with their quick and simple traditional design. Miners and range riders of the last century relied on the quick-and-easy setup of range tents like this one for their success and survival. Now, whether you're on a summer fishing trip, a late winter elk hunt, or exploring one of our spectacular national parks, this comfortable tent will fill the bill. These tents are super-lightweight and can be set up with any of three methods: use a single interior pole, two or three exterior poles, or just tie the top ring to a tree branch. Set-up is that simple!