Montana Canvas Wall Tents - Canvas
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- Classic, time-proven wall tent design
- Constructed of Class A, 10 oz. canvas
- Long lasting paraffin base canvas coating
- Military stove jack with weather flaps for safe wood stove use
- Full-length ridge pole reinforcement with additional reinforcement
- Eaves feature double layer construction
- Large, 7' 6'' tent doors are secured by a heavy-duty, trouble free YKK® zipper
- Buckles on generous weather flap make it easy to hold doors wide open in good weather
- Ropes, rope slips, and storage bag included
Floors, frames, fly, and accessories are sold separately and can be found through keyword search by typing in the keywords "Montana Canvas"
Wall tents are part of the legacy of our great country. From the earliest days they provided shelter from the elements for pioneers, trappers, miners and hunters. The wall tent is still the most comfortable, durable tent style available today, and a great way for outdoorsmen, both experienced and first-time, to enjoy the outdoors. Tested for extreme conditions at its home just north of Yellowstone National Park, Montana Canvas wall tents exhibit the highest standards of construction, materials and comfort. Its flexible design also allows for the addition of many accessories, so you can create the perfect tent for your outdoor shelter needs. With a design and performance that have passed the test of time, a Montana Canvas wall tent can be an heirloom your family hands down from one generation to another, with all the precious memories it helped you make.
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The tent floor -
The screen doors -
The rain fly -
The windows -
The ropes -
The stakes -
The Vestibules -
I use a canvas floor that is about a foot smaller than the tent. I stake the floor down and place the sod cloth over the floor on the inside of the tent. It seals out the weather very well. If the wind is really bad I place pieces of split firewood on the sod cloth to seal it better.
Set the frame up but only place half the legs on one side. Drape the tent over the frame and then set up the other half of the legs. You will need at least two people to set up a tent like this.
These tents need to be staked down to keep the canvas taunt. I strongly recommend watching the included video several times before you set the tent up.