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Kodiak Canvas Tent 6014 10x14 8-Person Capacity Waterproof Flex Bow Camping Tent

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great tent and added wood stove Review by tj
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Used this tent for week long elk hunt in UT mountains. Very pleased with it, and setup is a breeze, only taking about 10 minutes, at most. Added a small wood stove, with some mods to get stovepipe out. 15 degrees at night, and stayed comfy. (Posted on 12/29/2014)
The Best Tent Purchase I Have Ever Made!!! Review by Knight
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I absolutely love this tent! I have been camping for over 30 years and have never felt more comfortable in a tent. I have taken this tent to the dessert and it held up in dust storms, heavy rain, hail, and the sun. I would recommend aluminet for shade cover if you're planning on camping in very hot areas with no shade. This tent is made with very solid canvas and the stitching is exceptional. I don't have one complaint. (Posted on 12/29/2014)
Great tent-------!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Review by Sky Ranch
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Perfect tent for long term camping! EASY setup! Very important. I have camped in mine for a month at a time for the last 3 years in Idaho wilderness. Rain,snow,wind no problems. Did I say easy setup? I have a North face dome 8, used a few times, Take it to Mt Everest. 1 hour to set up. cost $3000.+ This tent is not for backpacking. 5 stars! (Posted on 12/29/2014)
The best tent ever! Review by ninjakitn
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I have yet to use this amazing tent but I have been in my friends tent and after seeing their tent, I was sold. I saw how easy it was to erect the tent. It was the most easy assembly ever! The height of the tent was tall enough for our tall friends who would normally need to bend down in most tents. This tent is solid and has abundance of space! We purchased the 10 x 14 and I cannot wait to use it on our adventures. You get what you pay for and this tent was worth every penny and 10 fold. I would completely recommend this tent to anyone who wants quality! (Posted on 12/29/2014)
love this tent Review by mic
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I bought the 10 x 14 deluxe tent ... set it up to season it with spray water ... got to looking at it and ordered another one ... now that's hoe awesome they are I have a lot of grand kids ... need two ... also bought the disco bunk beds ... camping in style ... . (Posted on 12/29/2014)
Kodiak Canvas on Competitive Edge Review by ceh1190
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This is more a review of Competitive Edge than Kodiak Canvas. I was exceptionally pleased with the Price, the product description, the web site and the amazing speed of delivery on this product. I set up my new Kodiak Canvas 10 x 14 tent for the first time in about 20 minutes by myself, and I think it will be much quicker the next time. The quality of materials is evident from heavy tent poles, to the canvas material of the tent, even the zippers are easy to use. I would highly recommend Competitive Edge and Kodiak Canvas. (Posted on 12/29/2014)
10x14 Kodak tent Review by brit
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I have wanted this tent for two years now. never could find the extra money, so when the opportunity came up, I took it. my other tent broke, and had a camping trip planned. all the stores around me were sold out. I did not want to order one, but I really wanted this tent. I ordered it, wasn't expecting it so fast. that was amazing. I love this tent. well worth the two year wait. ill never have to buy another tent again. john at Competitive Edge was very helpful. he even called and gave me pointers on all the features and how to take care of the tent. one of the best decisions I ever made. (Posted on 12/29/2014)
Kodiak 6014 Review by UglyKidJoe
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Received my Kodiak Canvas 6014 5 days after ordering even though they told me 6-10 days! :-) Tent was packaged very well. It is a very nice tent and will hopefully last a lifetime. The free tarp was a nice $70 bonus!!! Its a way heavier tarp than you'll get at home improvement stores. You'll not be disappointed. Only gave it 4 stars because I haven't used it in the rain yet to see if it leaks. It did not leak during the seasoning process. (Posted on 12/29/2014)
Worth the money Review by Joey
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The first night of use I the tent we encountered a freak storm with 68 mile an hour winds it with held it and stood its ground. We ended up staying in it 5 nights and its great. Definitely worth the money. So impressed as where all our friends. (Posted on 12/29/2014)
a Lifetime Investment in Camping Review by Frank
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I ordered and received this product from Competitive Edge Products in October of this year (2013). Since then I have set up the tent four times, and camped in it twice. I can testify that all of the positive reviews are true, from my experience. This is one seriously heavy duty (and seriously HEAVY) tent. ********************* Here are some “pros” which I like about this product: -- when setting up or taking down this this tent, it will lay FLAT on the ground, due to the heavy weight canvas construction (and super heavy weight floor), and not get blown around in windy conditions! No running around (like synthetic tents) fighting the wind. This makes folding and unfolding the tent much easier than lightweight tents. -- taking the tent down and storing it in the cinch-style bag is fabulous. As others have said, no fighting to stuff it into a sack. Just fold it in half lengthwise twice, roll it up, and then roll it into the bag. Then fold over the bag flaps, cinch the straps up, and you’re done. ALL large tents of any type should have storage bags designed like this! -- one person can indeed set up this tent alone, in maybe 20 minutes or less. As others have said, the longest time spent will be staking it down. The first time you use the ridge poles, you may have to take a little longer figuring out how they work. But if you read the included instructions, it is not difficult. -- once the tent is staked and the ridge pole/flex-rods are assembled, the tent is simply raised on each side by hooking the two upright poles (one at a time) onto the t-connectors, and then slowly raising up each pole until it can stand upright (and also slipping it into its d-ring pin). After that, you put up the awning and you’re finished. -- the poles are galvanized steel, and are very heavy duty -- the stakes are solid quarter inch, plated steel (or maybe stainless steel?). You can pound on them with a metal hammer or small mall without bending them, even in hard pack soil. I’ve never before seen stakes this heavy duty. -- this tent is very comfortable inside, due to the canvas construction, as well as significantly more quiet than my synthetic tent. Others have already commented on this, as well as other interior features, so I won’t comment further. -- the roof vents are awesome, especially since they can be kept open in the rain, allowing condensation and heat to flow out from the ridge. They are very easy to open and close from the inside. The design helps promote flow-through ventilation (as well as convection, when the doors or windows are kept slightly open near the bottom). -- once you get the hang of guiding the heavy duty YKK zippers around the corners of the doors (without “grinding” or forcing the zippers), you will be able to easily open and close a door one-handed. Each zipper has both a standard metal “pull”, plus an attached sturdy rope pull. By learning how to use the rope pulls efficiently, one handed operation is quite easy, both from the inside and the outside. Also, there is a separate pull for the bottom of each door. This allows the top and side of a door to be fully zippered, while the bottom is left slightly open to allow an extension cord or propane hose to pass through. -- the weather flaps all around the doors and windows are excellent, and will keep out rain even when the zippers are somewhat open. (The rope zipper pulls really help here, as the weather flaps cover the zippers so completely that just having the metal pulls would make operation difficult from the outside of the tent.) The bottom of each door overlaps the tent wall on the outside, allowing the bottom of the door to be kept completely unzipped without rain entering the tent. -- there are two doors (which have built-in high quality noseeum screens), and two full windows. When looking at the front of the tent (awning side), the door is on the right, the full window on the left. Looking from the back, the arrangement is the same (door on the right). This is great, as it means that the doors are diagonal to each other. So people sleeping on either side of the tent can slip out of the door closest to them, when answering the “call of nature” during the night watches. :-) -- the floor: wow! It appears to be a very heavy duty, fabric-reinforced vinyl material of some sort, maybe akin to a swimming pool liner? I can’t imagine water ever being able to get through it. If you don’t like a plastic-y feel underfoot, you could use a canvas tarp over it. Cleanup is super easy, as any mud, etc., can be easily wiped off with a damp cloth. ********************* And here are some “cons”, (depending on your needs and perspective): -- this is probably the heaviest piece of camping gear which you will own. There are only five poles in total (one ridge pole, two upright poles, and two awning poles), and yet the bag with the poles weighs 24 pounds! Granted, each pole is multi-sectional (three sections for the ridge, two sections on the side poles, and two for the awning poles). But even still, the poles alone weight as much as some lesser quality tents weigh in total. -- likewise, the tent (without poles and stakes) weighs in around 50 pounds from what I recall. This could be a problem for some individuals to handle alone. Fortunately, the tent bag is separate from the pole and stake bags. -- it takes some strength the raise the tent (and even more to get the upright poles to slip over the little metal pins that attach the poles to the side wall d-rings on the ground). This should improve with repeated uses, as the canvas relaxes some. However, the tent will stand up just fine without slipping the upright poles onto the aforementioned pins. So you could stand the tent up, let the fabric relax a little, and then later slip the upright poles over the pins. -- to make it easier when raising the upright poles, be certain that you leave the roof vents open, and the windows somewhat opened, when putting the tent away. -- you have to stand on the roof of the tent when doing the final assembly on the ridge pole. While pushing the last two sections together (you push “down” on them) this causes the “flex-bow” rods to be put under great tension, and can be unnerving the first time that you do it (as you think that you may damage something). Read the instructions carefully; they are well written and will help you to understand the procedure. There are also some good instructional videos on the Kodiak Canvas web site, and on YouTube in general, demonstrating this process. After you’ve done it once, it will be a piece of cake the next time. Just be certain that you push the flex rods completely into the t-bar connections. There are slots cut in the t-bar connections, so that you can be certain that the rods are inserted completely. -- due to needing to stand on the tent (or a least kneel on it) when setting the ridge pole, you may want to slip off your shoes. Or you could have footprints on the top of your tent! ********************* All in all, I consider this product a lifetime investment. It does come with a lifetime warranty from Kodiak (on materials and workmanship, but not normal wear and tear). And due to the nature of its construction, I’m certain that I could take it to a local awning company if repairs are ever needed on the canvas due to usage damage, etc. (Posted on 12/29/2014)

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