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Montana Canvas Tent models available below retail. Email or call if you want a quote for a specific Montana canvas tent not listed below. Scroll down page to Montana Canvas Wall Tent: Outfitter Tents, Frames & Adjustable Angle Kits. Click to view Montana Canvas Blend wall tents.
INCLUDING FLY, FLOOR, PORCHES, COOKSHACKS
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18x23 Montana Tents with box and ropes and a 16x23 or larger with floor will probably weigh more than 150 lbs. UPS has a 150 lb. limit. Therefore, 18x23 outfitter tents will probably require shipment by truck which is two to three times as expensive. If a 16x23 outfitter tent can meet your requirements, don't order the 18x23 to save you additional shipping costs.
Sewn In Floor: Made of white laminated vinyl for strength and ease of cleaning. Nylon stake loops. Stove location on floor has a zipper for rollback of either the vinyl or relite sewn in floor. Relite outfitter tents normally have Relite floors, tan or white or white vinyl - you choose. Specify floor color when ordering - if not specified tan will be ordered. A tan relite floor is recommended as it will not show dirt as much as the white relite.
TENT PRICES WITH SEWN IN FLOORS
CUSTOMERS FROM CANADA:
Please visit CANVASTENTSHOP.CA Canada web site designed to eliminate brokerage fees and reduce shipping for US tents and tent stoves. Canvas tents and tent stoves are in Canada ready for shipment. GST will be charged as Canvas Tent Shop Canada is a Canadian Company.
PORCH, COOK SHACK, TENT FLY & STAKE IN FLOOR
Porch: 10 feet long, fully enclosed with screen on front. Relite or10.1 oz. canvas. 2 foot overlap with tent on roof and sidewalls, with grommets for staking.
Cook Shack: 12 feet long, fully enclosed, stove jack included. Relite or 10.1 canvas. 2 foot overlap with tent on roof and sidewalls, with grommets for staking.
OUTFITTER - PRICES FOR PORCH, COOK SHACKS, FLIES, STAKE IN FLOORS
MONTANA FLY REQUIRES ROPES & TENSIONERS $35
NOTE IDAHO SOLID FLOOR ARE AT DISCOUNT PRICES - CALL TO ORDER
OVERSIZED FIRE TREATED PORCHES WITH EAVE WEBBING
18' WIDE BY 9' LONG: $200
For non sewn in floors, a relite or vinyl floor can be ordered for Montana tent you order. Factors to consider
|MT TENT SIZE||RAFTERS||PRICE||SHIPPING||RAFTERS||PRICE||SHIPPING|
|10 x 12||3||$120
|10 x 14||3||$120
|12 x 14||3||$120
|12 x 17||4||$160
|14 x 17||4||$160
|14 x 20||4||$160
|16 x 20||4||$160
|16 x 23||5||$200
|18 x 23||5||$200
|Porch Cook shack for 10 x 12 to
14 x 20
|Porch/Cook shack for 16 x 20 to
18 x 23
|MT Angle Only
10 x 12 to
14 x 20
|MT Angle Only
16 x 20 to
18 x 23
||$10 minimum||4 way||$15
|Sleeves 6" long||9 sleeves||$27
ADJUSTABLE ANGLE KITS - Steel or Aluminum Models
Aluminum angles ship in 1 to 2 business days
ALUMINUM FRAMES FREE SHIPPING
Custom frames can be ordered for non - Montana Tents. We will need width, slope, length and wall height dimensions. Ship time is usually 2 weeks. The advantage of a Montana canvas frame is the locking buttons on the angles to keep the rafters, legs and tent lengths during frame set up.
|SIZE||ALUM Tent Frame||WT||ALUM Porch Frame (10'long)
|ALUM Cook Shack Frame (12' long) 3 rafter|
|8x10||$575 (2 rafters)||38 lbs||$545||$600|
|10x12||$630 (3 rafters)||59 lbs||$555||$620|
|10x14||$635 (3 rafters)||63 lbs||$555||$620|
|12x14||$650 (3 rafters)||65 lbs||$565||$635|
|12x14||$750 (4 rafters)||70 lbs||$565||$635|
|12x17||$755 (4 rafters)
|14x17||$840 (4 rafters)||86 lbs||$575||$650|
|14x20||$840 (4 rafters)||89 lbs||$575||$650|
|14x20||$940 (5 rafters)||102 lbs||$575||$650|
|16x20||$865 (4 rafters)||94 lbs||$585||$660|
|16x20||$960 (5 rafters)||110 lbs||$585||$660|
|16x23||$1040 ( 5 rafters)||110 lbs||$585||$660|
|16x23||$1140 ( 6 rafters)||110 lbs||$585||$660|
|18x23||$1050 (5 rafters)||113 lbs||$590||$665|
|18x23||$1150 (6 rafters)||113 lbs||$590||$665|
Vinyl tent frame bags included ON ALL MONTANA CANVAS TENT FRAMES. These frame bags have an open top with a draw string.
If you prefer tent bags with a zipper these frame bags are available at tent accessories web page.
TENT FRAME OPTIONS AVAILABLE: Breakdown - normally: legs (2 pieces) , rafters ( 3 pieces) , tent lengths ( 3 pieces). Additional 10% of stated frame price.
Montana Canvas Tent also offers a tent with a canvas roof and synthetic side walls called a blend. The blend tent weighs about 40% less than the 10 oz. tent. A significant savings in weight. The Blend weighs about twice as much as an all relite tent. The blend's advantage is that it does not condensate like the all relite tent. A person has to decide what is the most important factor in deciding which tent to purchase. Weight or condensation - always a customer's decision.
STANDARD CHARACTERISTICS WITH EVERY MONTANA CANVAS WALL TENT .
MONTANA TENT IS A HIGH QUALITY COMPANY THAT STANDS BEHIND THEIR PRODUCTS.
Wall Tent with Screen Door
Wall Tent with Porch
Screen Window Option
MONTANA CANVAS STANDARD FEATURES AND OPTIONS
Option Shipping prices listed are only valid when ordered with a tent.
|STANDARD FEATURES||OPTIONS|| |
|Zippered door - with storm flap and buckles||Additional Stove Jack - Specify location in web order comments||$60
|Stove Jack - 4", 5" or 6" customer choice, velcro flap||Screen Window 24" H x 30" W
zipper inside. Specify location in web order comments. CUSTOM WINDOW UP TP 5' X 5'. Clear plastic is also an option. Call for pricing,
|12" sod cloth||Screen Door (10' wide on a 12x14 and above)||$83 (Front Screen Door)
$83 (Back Screen Door)
|Tie down ropes (200') with tensioners. 16x20 and above have 400' of rope.||Back Zippered Door||$44|
|Weather/storm flap||6' Walls||15% of tent purchase price|
|Tent storage bag||2 Eave Socks with draw strings||$90|
|Reinforced ridge||2 Ridge Socks with draw strings, each end||$100|
|Tent stakes not included||
Tent Stakes 12" angle iron with a loop on top. Specify quantity in web order comments. SHIPPING is $.75 per stake.
|Cook Shack||see below|
|Tent Porch||see below|
|Stake in Floor||see below|
Zipper Corners To Roll Up Tent Side Walls with tie strings
|$80 (One Side)
$160 (Two Sides)
|200' Rope and tensioners (for fly)||$35|
|Canvas - 5 gun rack Sewn in or Velcro||$17|
|Tie door w/stings instead of zipper door||No Charge
|Canvas or Relite Room Divider, zippered||Call for Price|
Eave Openings with flap. Just like ridge end opening with flap
|$50 per end|
|Wood door opening cut in canvas instead of zippered door||$50|
|Screen Sidewalls||$15 per linear foot|
FIREPROOF MAT FOR
3' X 4'
|FREE SHIPPING WHEN ORDERED WITH WILDERNESS TENT OR WILDERNESS OR YUKON STOVE||$35||$15|
SAME AS FIRE MAT AND HAS GROMMETS TO ATTACH TO EAVE TENT FRAME
WHEN ORDERED WITH WILDERNESS TENT
WILDERNESS OR YUKON STOVE
36 " COAT RACK
with 2 clamps to attach to frame.
Great for hanging coats and other clothes.
Each person in tent should have a coat hangar above his cot. Tent will be less cluttered.
Attaches to eave frame poles and an angle joint.
FREE SHIPPING WHEN ORDERED WITH A 12X14 OR LARGER WILDERNESS TENT.
CANVAS zippered frames bags
8-9 " DIAMETER
5' 6", 6' 3", 7' 3'', $25
8' 3" and 9' 3" $30
2 Carrying handles and YKK zippers
2 FRAME BAGS RECOMMENDED FOR TENTS UP TO 14X16,
3 FRAME BAGS RECOMMENDED FOR TENTS 16X20 AND LARGER.
FREE SHIPPING WHEN ORDERED WITH A WILDERNESS TENT, WILDERNESS OR YUKON STOVE
SPECIFY BAG LENGTH IN WEB ORDER COMMENTS SECTION
Outfitter tent, also referred to as a cabin tent, has a history and a
legacy as old as the country. Outfitter tents provided
shelter from the most severe elements for our early
pioneers, trappers, miners, and hunters.
The legacy of Outfitter tents continue today, as it is the most comfortable and meaningful way to introduce children and adults to the outdoors for a quality outdoor experience.
Montana Canvas new and innovative designs insure our customers of the highest standards of construction, materials and comfort. Montana Canvas wall tents have passed the test of time, with families handing down outfitter tents from one generation to another, along with precious memories.
STOVE JACK IN FRONT DOOR FLAP: If you prefer your stove jack in the front door flap you must order the flap on the left side while looking at the front of outfitter tents. The left door flap is the only stove jack location because the right front door flap is the flap that normally opens. The right side flap has the 10" storm flap which overlaps the front left door flap. Additionally, there is a seam on the front left flap, on the canvas tents, 3' from the side wall. The stove jack should be 4 1/2' from the sidewall to preclude the stove jack being in the seam. However, if you really want the stove jack 3' from the sidewall, and in the seam it is your choice. However, I would not recommend the stove jack in a seam. If you want the stove jack in the back wall the 3' seam is on both the left and right side. Again, I recommend the outfitter tent stove jack in the back wall be 4 1/2' from either the left or right side. Remember, the higher the stove jack is on a wall the better the draw will be.
SNOWLOADS: Some individuals want to leave their Montana Tents up in the winter. There is no internal frame that can withstand heavy snow loads. I know outfitters that have had to leave tents in the back country over the winter because they had to leave quickly with their clients due to heavy snowstorms to make it back to their road base camps before the horse trails became impassable. Their tents were torn and frames destroyed when the outfitters tried to retrieve their gear in the spring.
MONTANA CANVAS SIDEWALL SEAMS: All 10 oz. canvas tents have 5' seams, 12 oz. canvas tents have 4' seams and blend tents only have seams at the edges/corners.
REAR WINDOW: Rear tent window, if ordered, will be slightly off center to the left, looking at the window from inside the outfitters tent. Window off center to the left is to avoid the seam. Bottom of window is 4' 6" from bottom of tent.
RAIN FLY: Stove jack area is zippered and reinforced with webbing. Relite material- 100% UV protection. Fly center ridge grommets on each end match tent grommets to ensure fly doesn't move and accidentally hit stove pipe. Includes ropes, tensioners, stakes/spikes. A rain fly protects the canvas from ultra violet rays, provides another moisture barrier, keeps the canvas roof clean by preventing sap, pitch and dirt from accumulating on the roof when the tent is set up near trees. And most importantly, the fly protects the tent roof from any stove sparks that might land on the canvas which will burn pin holes in the roof. The fly is an absolute necessity if you have a relite tent with the relite roof. Sparks from the stovepipe will quickly burn pin holes in the roof resulting in leaks. The fly should rest on the outfitter tent ridge and have a 4-6 inch gap between the fly and the eave. This air gap allows air circulation between the fly and the canvas roof to dry the canvas when it becomes wet. If you place the fly directly onto the canvas roof there is a possibility of rot and mildew forming. If you already own a tent and there is mildew or rot on your tent, that area is no longer waterproof. If you currently have a tent with a leaking roof, do not treat the canvas with canvak unless the roof leaks only at the seam. When you treat an entire roof with canvak, the canvak seals the cotton pores making your roof airtight which prevents the canvas from breathing. As a result you can get condensation inside the tent just like a synthetic tent.
RELITE FLOORS : Relite floors are thin and there is a strong possibility of floor punctures when stepping on sharp objects such as rocks, pieces of branches, etc, that are under the tent floor area. Thoroughly remove all sharp objects in your tent set up area to prevent punctures. I strongly recommend the Montana Canvas vinyl floor if weight is not an issue as the vinyl floor is much more durable.
DETERMINING WHAT TENT SIZE TO BUY: The amount of square footage in a tent increases tremendously when going up just one size in a tent. Insure you buy the outfitter tent size that fully meets your requirements. If you are not sure which tent size is best, chalk out the 2 sizes on your driveway and then mark out items you plan on having in the tent. Also compare the price difference between the 2 tent sizes you are considering versus the increase in square footage gained by purchasing the larger tent size.
a. A 10x12 (120 square feet) is 50% larger than a 8x10 (80 square feet)
b. A 12x14 (168 square feet) is 40% larger than a 10x12 (120 square feet)
c. A 14x17 (238 square feet) is 42% larger than a 12x14 (168 square feet)
d. A 16x20 (320 square feet) is 35% larger than a 14x17 (238 square feet)
e. A 16x23 (368 square feet) is 15% larger than a 16x20 (320 square feet)
f. A 18x23 (414 square feet) is 15% larger than a 16x23 (368 square feet)
NO STOVEJACK IN SIDEWALL OR END WALL: I do not recommend a stove jack in the side wall or end wall of outfitter tents due to numerous drawbacks. It should be noted that a stove jack in the side wall or end wall requires an adjustable elbow on the stove and an adjustable elbow on the outside of the tent to allow the stovepipe to go straight up for a better draft. Additionally, there must be some type of metal support on the outside of the tent to support the stove pipe. Otherwise your stove pipe will get loose and smoke will get in your tent. Another drawback is that you cannot use nesting pipe when you use an elbow to turn the stove pipe upwards on the outside of your tent. Remember, nesting pipe has a different size of pipe for each pipe section. If you decide to put your stove jack in the sidewall or end wall, I recommend you use metal screws to attach the stove pipe to the stove to prevent the stove pipe coming loose at the stove.
MILDEW AND ROT: Storing a wet outfitter tent will cause the canvas to rot regardless of what type of water mildew treatment you have on your canvas. If setting up your tent outside to dry after hunting season is not an option, I strongly suggest you set the tent up in a garage or work shop until it is completely dry.
STOVE AREA REQUIREMENTS IN A TENT: You must plan on a stove taking up to 7 feet along a wall in your outfitter tent. There is an automatic 2 + feet standoff from the front wall due to the stove jack location. The stove itself is normally around 2 feet in length. There is normally a 2-3 feet heat standoff distance from the stove before you can place a cot or table.
STOVE PIPE ABOVE RIDGE OF TENT: It is best to have your stove pipe long enough to extend 6 inches or more above the tent ridge. Having the stove pipe above the tent ridge allows the wind coming from any direction to blow sparks away the tent roof thus reducing the possibility of spark holes being burnt in the roof.
FIRE TREATED CANVAS VS STOVE SPARKS: Stove sparks will burn holes in a fire treated roof.
TENT RIDGE HEIGHTS:
AWNING: Extension of roof only. Sides and front open. Can only be a separate extension with 24 inch overlap with the tent roof. Does not includes ropes, tensioners, stakes/spikes. See options for pricing. Non attached is usually the best way for an awning, porch cook shack. Non attached gives you the option to not bring the porch, awning, or cook hack when less people are on the hunting or camping trip.
Porch: Extension of roof and walls of the tent. Front is open. Porch is separate extension with 24 inch overlap. Does not include ropes, tensioners, stakes/spikes. See options for pricing. Montana tent is the only tent company that includes a screened area at the porch end. A great feature in areas with a lot of bugs and mosquitos.
Cook Shack: Extension of roof, walls, front enclosed with a door, the are butting up next to the tent is open. Cook shack provides a totally enclosed area for storage and cooking. Cook shack is separate extension only extension with 24 inch overlap of the tent roof. Includes ropes, tensioners, stakes/spikes. Stove jack is an option - $55. Sometimes, it is cost effective to buy another small tent to use as a cook shack than buying a cook shack. The small tent can be used as a cook shack and you can use the smaller tent when there are less people hunting.