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WALL TENT SHOP PRICES ARE THE LOWEST, WITH FREE SHIPPING, FREE BACK DOOR OR BACK WINDOW AND HIGH QUALITY.

PRICE COMPARISON COMPETITOR CHART. WALL TENT SHOP WILDERNESS TENT PRICES LISTED IN RED.

Tent Only

Price

Comparison

8x10

Fire, Water,

& Mildew

10x12

Fire, Water,

& Mildew

12x14

Fire, Water,

& Mildew

Wilderness

$750

FREE S&H

$775

FREE S&H

$975

FREE S&H

Big Sky $1170 $1265
NA
Davis NA $829
$1064
Kwik Kamp $763
$956
$1172
Montana $1490
$1500
$1650
Rainier NA NA $1369
Reliable $845 $1056 $1286
WhiteDuck NA NA NA
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14x16

Fire, Water,

& Mildew

16x20

Fire, Water,

& Mildew

16x24

Fire, Water,

& Mildew

Wilderness

$1200

FREE S&H

$1400

FREE S&H

$1650

FREE S&H

Big Sky $1375
$1695
NA
Davis $1295
$1613
$1929
Kwik Kamp $1415
$1781
$2042
Montana $1940
$2270
$2420
Rainier $1766
$2186
NA
Reliable $1588
$1961
NA
WhiteDuck NA NA NA

Davis price for 10x12 is a 10x14, 12x14 is a 12x15, & 14x16 is a 14x15.

Montana price for a 14x16 is a 14x17 & 16x24 is a 16x23.

Rainier price for 14x16 is a 12x16.

A hot tent by definition is any tent that is designed to be heated with a stove. 


All of the canvas tents offered by Wall Tent Shop are designed to be hot tents with stove.


Wall Tent Shop hot tents for sale are all made from canvas.  Most websites selling hot tents are made from a synthetic material. Canvas is much more durable and stronger than synthetic materials. The best hot tent for sale is made from canvas if you need a strong or durable tent that will be left up for long periods.


Feel free to call us if you have questions, 1- 800- 234-1150.


CANVAS HOT TENT STANDARD FEATURES 

 STRONGEST & MOST REINFORCED HOT TENT AVAILABLE

 $200 worth of free options for some other tent companies.


FREE BACK DOOR OR BACK WINDOW.    A $50 free feature.


  • FREE DOUBLE LAYER OF CANVAS ON RIDGE.  Significantly reinforces ridge. Some tent companies charge $75 to $200 for this feature.
  • FREE STORM FLAP/COLORADO DOOR. 8" storm flap with buckle protects front & back door zippers from snow and ice. A $45 to $115 option on some tents.
  • FREE REINFORCED EAVE WITH WEBBING ENTIRE LENGTH OF EAVE.  

  • FREE STEEL D RINGS SEWN INTO WEBBING.  Much stronger than tents with metal grommets pressed into canvas eaves. 

  • STOVE JACK OPENING. 5 1/2 inches. 6 inch available by cutting out just before stitched 6 inch pattern. 
  • VINYL SOD CLOTH. 10" vinyl sod cloth sewn onto bottom of the wall.  

  • TENT BAG. 

  • RIDGE OPENINGS FOR LODGE POLE. 

  • FRONT ZIPPERED DOOR, YKK #10. 

  • 200 FEET OF ROPE AND 20 TENSIONERS  
  • 5' SIDEWALLS -   Walls are measured from the outside of tent.

 

Click CUSTOMER VIDEO REVIEWS of our hot tents for sale. 


 WE OFFER CANVAS HOT TENTS IN 5 GENERAL CATEGORIES


1. Tent Only:  Wilderness or Montana Canvas


2. Tent and Angle Kit to Make Frame


3. Tent and Complete Frame


4. Tent, Angle Kit to Make Frame, Tarp Fly, Stove


5. Tent, Complete Frame, Tarp Fly, Stove 


    6'  SIDE WALL OPTION


    6' side walls provide much more headroom and usable tent space.  

     Strongly recommend you ask your suppliers the finished height of side walls before purchasing a tent. Be advised that some tent companies advertise 5 foot sidewall but actual height is only 4 ' 7".


    6' is a much more luxurious looking tent that many glampers purchase. Walking into a tent with 6' walls looks much bigger than a tent with standard 5' walls.


             6 Foot option only available on FIRE, water and mildew treated tents.


    SIZES


    Small hot tents start at 8 x 10.  Suitable for 2 people when using a stove.

    Large hot tents are 16 x 24.  Suitable up to 6 people when used with a stove.

    Other sizes available are 10 x 12, 12 x 14, 14 x 16 and 16 x 20.


    HOT TENT WITH STOVES


    Hot tent wood stoves in nylon tents that have sparks land on the roof have a very high probability of burning holes in the roof due to the nature of synthetic fabrics.


    A canvas hot tent with stove significantly reduces the probability of sparks burning a hole in the roof because canvas is much thicker.  Any hot tent made of a synthetic fabric is much more prone to have spark holes in the roof.


    If you decide to have a synthetic material hot tent with stove you should have some type of tarp fly to protect your roof if using a wood stove.


    It is also recommended that a fly tarp be used on a canvas tent roof.  It is much cheaper to replace a roof fly tarp than replacing a hot tent due to holes in the roof.


    If using a hot tent with propane stove be very careful.  Always double check all propane fitting connections with soapy water before use.  Any propane leak will create bubbles.  A leaking propane fitting can cause death.


    We have two stove models normally sold for hot tents with stove.


    Wilderness tent stove with 3 different sizes. Standard model, stove, pipe, damper, shelf, rain cap spark arrestor. Deluxe model  also includes a water tank and grate.


    Yukon tent stove with 3 different sizes. Standard model, stove, pipe, damper, shelf, rain cap spark arrestor. Deluxe model also includes a water tank and grate.


    It is recommended that you have fireproof material under any hot tent with stove. It is definite requirement in a hot tent with a synthetic floor.  A hot ember can easily fall out of the stove when the stove door is opened.  Tent floors are usually made of synthetic material and start on fire rapidly.  A a roll up fireproof stove mat is available.


    A hot tent with stove normally has a fireproof material on the wall next to the stove.  Stoves can get very hot. When a nylon tent wall touches a hot stove it will melt immediately or possibly catch on fire. Canvas tents are much safer than nylon tents when a wood stove is used to heat. I use a stove heat shield attached to the frame next to my canvas hot tent.  Tents billow in the wind, especially synthetic lightweight tents, and the tent wall can get dangerously close to a stove.  Some tent companies locate their stove jack where the wood stove is only 18" from the side wall. I prefer a farther spacing.  The wilderness hot tent with stove has at a minimum 22" from the sidewall. Rich 


    HOT TENT WITH STOVE JACK


    All of our Wilderness tents have a fire proof stove jack which allows the stove pipe to go safely through the roof.


    A  hot tent with stove jack should be a minimum of 18" square of fire proof material.  


    Stove jacks vary in size.  Double check the stove you are purchasing to insure the hot tent stove jack fits the stove pipe size.


    A hot tent stove works more efficiently if the stove jack is located in the roof.  Stove jacks in side walls require two pipe elbows and are more difficult to set up. Additionally, stove pipes going out walls are much more likely to become disconnected, especially during windy conditions.


    HOT TENT WITH FLOOR


    The Wilderness canvas hot tents only have a stake in floor option.  No sewn in floor is available.


    The Selkirk spike hot tent has a sewn in floor.   The Selkirk is available in 3 models:


              Selkirk, floor and frame.

              Selkirk, floor, frame and fly.

              Selkirk, floor frame, fly and stove.   


    The Montana spike tent is a hot tent with floor.    


    HOT TENT FOR WINTER CAMPING.


    Using a hot tent for winter camping winter is quite common.


    A canvas hot tent retains heat much better than nylon tents.


    If winter camping in high winds you must stake your winter hot tent very securely.


    If snowing, put snow around the base of your  winter tent to keep cold air out and warm air in.


    Insure you remove the snow from the roof of your winter hot as soon as there is any build up.  Gently raise the roof from the inside and push up until snow is removed.  Use a broom outside, if necessary, to remove remaining snow. Be careful that you do not disconnect the stove pipe from the stove when removing snow on the roof.


    No canvas hot tent or nylon tent is designed to withstand heavy snow loads.  A canvas hot tent can withstand heavier snow loads than nylon tents due to the heavier frame supporting a canvas tent.  If you are leaving your canvas tent up for extended periods of time I recommend rafters every 2 feet.  However, there is no guarantee that a very heavy snow load will not collapse your tent with rafters every 2 feet.


    HOT TENT ACCESSORIES


    Click tent accessories to view frame pole bags, rubber caps for bottom of tent poles, coat rack, stakes, frame leg anchors, sleeves, stake in floors, flys. extended flys, porches and cook shacks.


    Click stove accessories to view stove jacks, dampers, pipe, in line spark arrestor, pipe elbows, water tanks, grates and stove carry bags.


    Tent

    Weights

    5' Walls

    Water

    Mildew

    5' Walls

    Fire, Water,

    & Mildew

    6' Wall

    Fire, Water,

    & Mildew

    8x10 40 lb 45 lb 50 lb
    10x12 55 lb 65 lb 72 lb
    12x14 62 lb 73 lb 80 lb
    14x16 74 lb 85 lb 92 lb
    16x20 89 lb 111 lb 119 lb
    16x24 99 lb 121 lb 130 lb


    Peak

    Heights

    Peak with 5' Wall Peak with 6' Wall
    8x10 7'9" 8'9"
    10x12 8' 9'
    12x14 8'4" 9'4"
    14x16 8'9" 9'9"
    16x20 9'3" 10'3"
    16x24 9'3" 10'3"