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Teton Spike Tent Marine/Flame - 12'x12'
The Teton Tent is the perfect choice for spike camps and horse packers. This 4 season tent is made of 10.10 oz. per square yard Marine Treated Army Duck Canvas it is very durable, water repellent, and mildew resistant. A flame retardant version is also available.The roomy 12' x 12' floor size allows comfortable sleeping for up to four people. The roof design allows for extra headroom at the front of the tent for easy entry and more standing room inside. The front of the tent is 6'4" and rises up to 7'11" at the center. The 12x12 has additional headroom afforded by the vertical back wall. The walls are 3' making the floor space totally usable and the sewn-in floor keeps out cold wind and critters.
Included with the Teton:
Large screened window with window cover in front door
Large screened window with window cover in rear of tent
Sewn in vinyl floor
Stove pipe shield-Non-Flammable silicone coated fiberglass stove ring sewn with heat resistant thread. Includes flap. Secured with Velcro to cover hole when not in use.
Packable lightweight aluminum poles
Weather Pro Fly
Teton Erection Instructions for the Teton 10x10 shown for example setup. The 12x12 sets up in a similar manner.
Unfold the tent and spread it out in the desired position. Stake out the corners of the floor-firm but not tight. Put in the rest of the stakes between the corners.
Assemble the pole and insert the long pin through the inside harness and grommet in the center of the roof. Push the pole up raising the tent, and place the butt of the pole in the center of the tent.
Assemble the pole and insert the long pin through the inside harness and grommet at the top of the door. Push the pole up raising the tent, and place the butt of the pole in the center of the door end. Attach the guy rope to the metal ring on the door canopy flap and guy out the door pole with the rope and stake.
Insert the side poles through the metal ring at each corner of the tent. Tie an overhand loop in the end of each guy rope and loop it over the pin of the corner pole. Gut out the corner with the rope and stake. You may wish the use additional side poles to hold up the side walls.
Cylinder Hunter Stove
Our most popular stove-just the right size, weight and heat output for the average camp.
- 4” or 5” Stove
- Warming Tray
- 3 g. Water Heater
- Nesting Stovepipe
- Spark Arrestor
- Stovepipe Damper
Hunter Stove: For 10 ft. x 12 ft. to 14 ft. x 16 ft. tents, measures 24"L x 14" W x 11" H and, with legs, stands 22" tall and weighs 42 pounds. It'll hold heat for 8-9 hours and hold two large cooking pans. Volume: 12 gallons.