|Tent Size||Ridge Height||10 oz. Canvas||12 oz Canvas||
|8 x 10||7'11"||$900||$1005||$940|
|10 x 12||8'11"||$985||$1150||$1035|
10 x 14
|12 x 14||8' 11"||$1080||$1280||$1140|
12 x 17
|14 x 17||10'||$1330||$1550||$1395|
|14 x 20||10'||$1480||$1700||$1550|
|16 x 20||9' 8"||$1550||$1775||$1625|
|16 x 23||9' 8"||$1595||$1825||$1670|
|18 x 23||10' 3"||$1710||$1945||$1795|
5 % BELOW RETAIL and FREE SHIPPING on Montana " Products " when ordered with
a Montana Tent.
Stronger than normal canvas.
Doesn't get dirty as canvas.
Easier to clean than canvas.
A brighter cleaner looking white appearance than canvas.
Stove jack with flap is standard on all tents except the polyester cotton blend. Stove jack is an option as most glamping and luxury tents do not use a wood stove,
Therefore, 18x23, outfitter tents will probably require shipment by truck which is two to three times as expensive. If a smaller outfitter tent can meet your requirements, don't order the 18x23 to save you additional shipping costs.
Blend, Canvas roof with relite walls.
All Relite. Relite is a lightweight synthetic material that does not breathe.
COOK SHACK option is 12' long and will have a 1'overlap with tent. Only 11' of useable cook shack space. Frame prices listed on pricing chart at Montana frames. Call to order frames.
8 x 10: 3 RAFTERS
10 x12: 3 RAFTERS
10 x 14: 4 RAFTERS
12 x 14: 4 RAFTERS
12 x17: 4 RAFTERS
14 x 17: 4 RAFTERS
14 x 20: 5 RAFTERS
16 x 20: 5 RAFTERS
16 x 23: 6 RAFTERS
18 x 23: 6 RAFTERS
PRICES FOR MONTANA CANVAS OPTIONS AND ADD TO THIS ORDER PRICES ARE ONLY VALID WHEN ORDERED WITH AN OUTFITTER TENT.
Items shipped to an IDAHO address must pay Idaho sales tax.
If you want a back screen door, click only on the back screen door option above. Do not click the back door option as you will have an additional charge.
CUSTOM TENT ORDERS
The Montana Canvas Outfitter Wall Tent can be ordered with many different options.
CALL TO ORDER CUSTOM ITEMS LISTED BELOW WITH PRICE INDICATED as some of these items cannot be ordered on line.
- Custom Window size (screen or plastic) - Call
- Screen Window-24" tall x 30" wide $60.
- Screen Window 30" tall x 48" wide $90
- Screen Door
- Zippered Door
- Tie Door - No additional charge. Call
- Wood Door Opening cut in canvas, $70
- Zippered Corners to roll up side wall, $90 per side.
- Screen Sidewalls. $17 per linear foot.
- Custom Porch with Screen Sidewalls, $260 plus cost of porch.
- Custom Porch with canvas side walls that roll up with screen sidewalls, $440.
- Oversized Treated Porch. Call
- 2 Eave Socks $125
- 2 Ridge Socks- $125
- 6' Walls - 15% of price
- Additional stove jack $90
- Electrical Outlet opening in wall $50
- Cut out for air conditioning $50
MONTANA CANVAS ALUMINUM FRAMES - LISTED BELOW UNDER ADD TO THIS ORDER
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. 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 air gap between the fly and the eave.
For non sewn in floors, a relite or vinyl stake in floor can be ordered.
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.
Used my Montana Canvas Tent during elk season. Outfitter model is great. I liked the quality. Couldn't be more pleased. Gentry
Rich, I purchased the blend tent per your recommendation. I needed the weight reduction but still wanted to have the canvas roof. So the blend recommendation with canvas roof worked out well. Shot a nice 5 x 5 this year. Very happy with the tent and bull.
Relite fabric was tough just like you said Rich. Great to pack in. The best thing about relite is that it does not soak in the water like canvas does. When we packed out, no heavy water logged tent as in past years. I appreciate all your help. Adrian.
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Products manufactured by Montana Canvas are warranted against defects of materials and workmanship. Any product found defective will be repaired or replaced (at the discretion of Montana Canvas) without charge when the product is returned to the retail seller with freight charges prepaid.
Received my second Montana Canvas tent. Cut the metal tubing for the frame and set it up. Looks great. I know it will be great during camping based on using my 12 x 14 in the past. For elk camp this year I will set up the 12 x 14 right in front of the 14 x 17 and use the 12 x 14 for cooking and the 14 x 17 for living quarters. I know it will be comfortable setup and easy living with your wilderness stove. I am an experienced camper and the tents are great. Jim
Thanks Tyler. Just completed my purchase. Thanks for making this purchase so easy with all your guidance and recommendations. Brian
Tent arrived on time today. I unpacked it and built my frame using your angle kit. Very easy. Nice tent. Thank you. Warren
I have had my Montana Canvas Tent for 10 years. I bought the tent, angles, fly, floor and Yukon 3 stove. We have used it 10 to 15 times a year and we have not had any problems. I have used it in raging snow storms and rain storms ( we live in western Washington. The Yukon 3 stove works really well. In the summer my wife calls the tent our "hotel room".