Kodiak Canvas Tent 6133 6 Person 9 x 12 ft. with Deluxe Awning Canopy

Kodiak Canvas Tent 6133 6 Person 9 x 12 ft. with Deluxe Awning Canopy

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Kodiak Canvas Tent 6133 6 Person 9 x 12 ft. with Deluxe Awning Canopy
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Description: A favorite among hunters and those taking long trips - this tent is a deluxe way of camping. Camp in comfort and style with this premium cabin tent from Kodiak Canvas. Keep dry in these tents made with premium grade, Hydra-Shield 100% cotton duck canvas. The tight weave and silicone finish makes this canvas watertight yet breathable, minimizing condensation and mugginess. Also, includes an extension cord opening to camp in comfort and enjoy some of the luxuries necessary to make it a success. Other waterproof tents will easily become hot and humid inside making them very uncomfortable, but not so with Kodiak Canvas Tents. Storm Flaps are on the outside and zip up from the outside. Go ahead and touch the inside walls during a downpour - this canvas will not wick water. The Canopy/Awning is sewn onto the roof and is supported by a sturdy metal frame. The sturdy 1 inch steel tube poles with welded corner braces will hold up to the weather.

The Kodiak canvas wall tent floor is a super-duty, puncture resistant, 16 oz vinyl with welded seams that keeps water out. The tall ceiling (7.5 ft at peak) and steep walls (5.5 ft at sides) provide a roomy interior with stand-up, walk-around comfort. It makes it feel more like a room than a tent with sloped walls.

The high quality deluxe 8 x 8.5 ft. awning creates the cool, perfect picnic area, providing shade from the sun and protection from the weather. A large front door and 1 side doors with heavy-duty #10 zippers offer convenient access.

5 large windows allow ample air-flow, and have no-see-um screen mesh, keeping out the smallest pests.

Click Here to view the owners/instruction/set-up manual for this tent.

Warranty

This tent includes a limited lifetime warranty from the manufacturer, Kodiak.

Features:

• Spacious 7.5 ft peak ceiling height and steep walls. Stand up, walk around comfort.
• Deluxe Awning 8 x 8.5 ft. with steel frame (option to set up with or without awning).
• Large D-shaped front door, and side entry.
• Hydra-ShieldTM 100% cotton duck canvas. Durable, watertight, and breathable.
• Sturdy frame with reinforced welded corner braces.
• 5 Large windows with no-see-um mesh.
• Side wall rolls up for openness and ventilation, or extends out with poles to convert into a small awning.
• Heavy-duty, 12-inch, steel rod, tent stakes.
• Zippered storage bag.

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Specs:

  • Approx. Weight: 112 lbs. (Includes tent, poles, stakes, and storage bags).
  • Size: 12x9 ft. Tent space, plus 8x8.5 ft. deluxe awning.
  • Pack Size: Tent--Length: 32 in. Diameter 16 in., Poles--Length: 46 in. Diameter 8.5 in.
  • Capacity: 6-person
  • Ceiling Material: 10 oz Hydra-shieldTM canvas.
  • Wall Material: 8.5 oz Hydra-ShieldTM canvas.
  • Floor Material: 16 oz vinyl. Polyester reinforced, seamless.
  • Zippers: #10 coil on door, #8 coil on windows.
  • Frame: 1-inch, galvanized, steel tubing.
  • All-season*: Use year-round, but not designed for extreme winter mountaineering or heavy snow accumulations.*The awning is not designed for snow loads and should be stowed during winter camping.
  • Warranty: Lifetime limited warranty.

Kodiak Tent 6121 vs 6133 Cabin Tent Comparison Chart

6133
6121
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Deluxe Awning
Side Awning
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6 Windows

6 Windows

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12x9 Main Tent & 8x8.5 Awning

12x9

Enclosure

Sold Seperately (Wall or Screen)

Ground Tarp

Sold Separately 0591

Sold Separately 0591

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Usually ships same day from Utah. Takes 3-5 days to receive.

Usually ships same day from Utah. Takes 3-5 days to receive.

Warranty

Limited Lifetime Warranty

Limited Lifetime Warranty

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Fast Shipping: Orders for the 6133 Kodiak Canvas Tent generally leave the warehouse the same business day. Depending on your location, product generally arrives within 2-5 business days.
Accurate Tracking: Tracking information is automatically emailed to you just as soon as the order ships out.  
Delivery Details: This product ships directly from the factory in SLC, Utah. This item ships via FedEx and may not require a signature. 
Signing for the Package: When signing for the delivery it is important to note any damage. Damage is extremely rare. We package these to travel both domestically and internationally. However, sometimes the packaging may be slightly damaged, but you may not be sure whether something inside is damaged. In such a case it is a good idea to sign for it and have the driver note it as such. You can still accept delivery. Call or email us with any questions. 
Local Pickup Option: This item is available for local pickup in Salt Lake City, Utah. If you are interested in picking it up locally contact our customer service for a special pickup quote at 866-308-5484

This product has 30-day returns: Simply hang on to the original packaging and contact us within 30 days of receipt if you are not satisfied with this product. If something is damaged or defective please notify us. We are confident you will love this product!  Please contact us before purchasing if you are unsure whether this product is right for you by calling us toll free at 866-308-5484 or via email at websales@competitiveedgeproducts.com

5 Stars
Great Tent
We spent a lot of time looking for a canvas tent. This is it! We took it to the mountains of North Carolina during Thanksgiving. Cold outside, warmer on the inside. The 8X8.5 vestibule was nice, but I would suggest a small modification to extend the vertical lines of the optional enclosure along the tent edge in lieu of straight down. We used a tarp to configure this and it gave us just a few inches extra that were not available with the enclosure. This added more storage under our table and a bit more room for cooking. The head room made it appear bigger than our 10 X 14 tent we had to replace. Excellent choice if you want a sturdy well constructed base tent.
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Reviewed by:  from St Pete. on 12/3/2009
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5 Stars
We have used this tent couple of times now and I am completely satisfied. The whole setup from the floor to the canvas to the poles is made with high quality materials. I am confident that with the proper care this tent will last me a lifetime. I also would like to comment on the service of Competitive Edge. This was my first purchase with them so naturally I was a little leery. My worries were completely unfounded. Everything came through as they said it would. I will definitely be back.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 10/31/2009
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5 Stars
Awesome Tent!
This Tent is incredible! by far the best tent I have ever owned and I have had several. This is a great improvement over the canvas tents of yesteryear that I camped in as a kid. I opted for the wall enclosure and have found it to be a great addition. I also went to Home Depot and purchased some turf carpet to put on the floor of the awning. It made it like an additional tent; my wife and I used it as our kitchen/dining room; but it could easily accommodate at least 4 more people should you require the space occasionally. I would recommend setting it up in the back yard first to familiarize yourself with it. While it says it requires two people to set it up, I set it up by myself twice; the first time it took a little over an hour but the second time only a little over a half hour including the awning and wall enclosure. Take down takes only about 10 min. and the bag they give you for the tent is plenty big enough to easily accommodate the tent so you do not have to fold it an exact way to get it to fit. Service was great, shipping was fast and best of all free! To see this tent check out my YouTube video here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9p2MLgmpwwI (Updated on 9/11/2011.)
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Reviewed by:  from Cleveland, N... on 9/11/2011
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5 Stars
thanks!
Thank you for rushing that tent out on time for me. It is so refreshing the customer service like yours still exists. Its a wonderful tent and made for a wonderful weekend and it all happened because you were willing to make it happen. Thank you thank you thank you
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Reviewed by:  from Newton, AL. on 10/26/2010
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5 Stars
Worth The Money - Great for Families
This tent was totally awesome. All materials were solid and of good workmanship. During our trip, we experienced two days of torrential rain. I was pleasantly surprised that not a single drop of water came into the tent. One morning we woke up and there must have been 40 gallons of water pooled on the roof, but it had not even begun to seep through. My wife and I set it up in an hour, but would have no problem setting it up in 30 minutes by myself next time. One thing that I would prefer to see, is a floor in the screen room. other than that, it was great.
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Reviewed by:  from Illinois. on 8/2/2010
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Q: Which tent is your best tent for tall people?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A:  Model 6133 cabin tent is definitely the best for tall people. We have other sizes to accommodate all shapes and sizes. Model 6098, for example, is just 6 feet tall but this one is 7 1/2 feet tall. It is not only nice for tall people, but it feels very roomy for those who may not like cramped spaces. So feel free to wake up in the morning and to stand up to stretch tall.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/16/2015)
Q: Do I need to use guy ropes to secure the tent?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: You do need to use guy ropes to secure the basic awning. Guy ropes are recommended for the deluxe awning as well. One of the nice things about the cabin tent is that it holds up to wind exceptionally well. Most customers in most environments will never need to use guy ropes to help stabilize it in a rough windstorm. However, if you decide to there are plenty of places you can tie rope to give it some extra stability. It comes with guy ropes for the awnings. Replacement guy ropes can be purchased separately.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/22/2015)
Q: Do most people get the wall enclosure or the screen enclosure? Which is better?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: No question about it most customers purchase the wall enclosure and not the screen enclosure. Some customers will purchase both, however, the wall enclosure has six large screened windows. In other words, it kind of acts as a screen enclosure or a wall enclosure depending on whether you keep the windows opened or closed.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/28/2015)
Q: Does the warranty cover extended use-like all year long?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: The warranty does not cover extended use, but regular use. Extended use would be something like leaving it up all month, all summer, or businesses that leave it up all year. The tent is designed for camping and not for a permanent residence. If you need any clarification or have any questions please let us know.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (9/9/2015)
Q: Where can I get replacement parts?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: You can obtain replacement parts contacting the manufactures customer service department at 801-726-0243
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (9/9/2015)
Q: Can I download the instruction manual?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: You definitely can download the owners/inspection manual from our website by clicking the top of our page on "Kodiak Tent Manuals" or pasting this in your browser: http://www.kodiakflexbowtents.com/Kodiak-Tent-Manuals_ep_41.html
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (9/9/2015)
Q: How do I properly season this tent?
Asked by: Shopper - 7/12/2015
A: Seasoning the tent is very important. It ensures that the tent is completely waterproof so that you don't find yourself wet and miserable during a camping trip. Many people skip this step without running into any problems. The tents are pretreated and should be waterproof out-of-the-box. The purpose of seasoning is to cause the fibers in the tent to shrink. The very first time the tent gets wet and then dries it creates a reaction within the fibers causing them to tighten-eliminating any spot that may have been prone to leaking. To season the tent simply set it up complete. Close all the windows and vents if any. Next, simply take your garden hose and spray the tent. It is a good idea to use an attachment that creates moderate pressure. Moderate pressure helps infuse the water into the fibers. Inadequate pressure will simply cause the water to roll down the tent similar to water rolls off the back of a duck. Moderate pressure is adequate-do not use a pressure washer as it could damage the fabric. Spray the tent all over from top to bottom. Pay particular attention to the seams and around the windows. Once the tent is completely wet simply let it dry. Depending on your weather and climate it may try within an hour and other climates may take the entire day. Should you notice any spots where the tent is leaking dont worry. Simply wait for the tent to dry-the fibers to shrink-and spray it again to ensure that it does not leak. At that point if the tent still leaks water please contact us and we will get you taken care of.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/13/2015)
Q: If I purchase this tent can I detach the awning?
Asked by: Shopper - 7/12/2015
A: The awning is sewn directly onto the side of the tent and cannot be detached. This is considered a benefit. The awning does have its own set of poles to create stability and having a sewn onto the tent utilizes the already stable tent structure. It also helps ensure that you do not misplace the awning. Also, please note that the awning does not need to be set up each time you use this tent. Although the awning is sewn onto the front it can be rolled up nice and neatly and strapped to the side. Many customers find this helpful if they know that the footprint of the campsite will not allow for the extra 8 foot awning. If you are considering a detachable awning please consider the screen house model 6417. The screen house allows you to set up a canvas enclosure with large windows that zip closed. It is perfect for playing cards in the rain, enjoying the view without the bugs, and a place for the pets.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/13/2015)
Q: What color is this tent called?
Asked by: Shopper - 7/12/2015
A: The official color of the tent is Tan and Olive. Tan is the color of the roof and door trim. The darker-toned colors are olive. The tent has earth-tone colors to give a pleasant earthy feeling when camping. No loud sporty colors to stand out or distract from a great camping experience.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/14/2015)
Q: Do you offer floor or wall patches?
Asked by: Shopper - 7/12/2015
A: Yes, please call for details. Please note the patches are not a perfect matching color. They are simply earth-tone, but they do the job. The tent should not rip or tear or have any type of defect. These patches are for instances where, say, a pocket knife gets dropped and punctures the floor, etc.
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Answer provided by:  Charley (7/13/2015)
Q: If I have 7 people and 2 of them are fairly small children will we be able to fit into this tent comfortably?
Asked by: Maddie - 7/15/2015
A: The 9x12 design is meant for 6 people. Smaller children may increase the occupancy a bit. However, when the children are older, they will occupy more space, which may make this tent too small for your needs in the long run. For a higher occupancy, I would recommend taking a look at the 10x14 tents we have.
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Answer provided by:  Sean Peterson (7/16/2015)
Q: I’m concerned this tent might be too heavy for me to carry around. How many bags does it include?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: The great thing about this tent is that it has two bags. Rather than carrying all the poles and tent body in one bag they are separate so that the average adult can manage them without any problems. One thing I like to do is separate the awning poles into their own bag as there are times when you might set up the tent without wanting the awning up. It is an amazing tent and will surprise and impress you with how much room is inside.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/16/2015)
Q: What tent is the best one for hunting for a week at a time?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A:  This tent is definitely one of our favorites for hunters and here's why. Many campers bring a lot of gear and sometimes animals when they go hunting. The deluxe awning attachment provides plenty of space for putting extra gear, animals, and equipment. Hunters also will often go in groups for more than just one night. This tent is great if you're putting it up for a week or so as well. The height is 7 1/2 feet inside and allows you plenty of room for.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/16/2015)
Q: If I want to put an electric blanket or stereo is there a way to run an extension cord into the tent?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A:  Yes! This tent actually has its own little opening that zips to accommodate an extension cord. The opening is located on the bottom left of the front of the tent. It zips closed when not in use and also zips tight when the cord is moving through it. It takes camping to another level allowing you to power electric blankets and other electronics.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/16/2015)
Q: Will I be able to fill a breeze with the windows closed?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Yes! You will absolutely be able to feel breeze. That is one of the huge benefits of this tent. There are large windows on every side of the tent-and they are large. The nice thing about the windows is that it not only allows you to feel the breeze, but it allows you to enjoy the scenery around your camping area. One thing to keep in mind is that the window on the left side-a very large window-can only be opened while the awning is set up. When the awning is put down the window is closed. The awning is actually the cover to close the window itself.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/16/2015)
Q: Can I purchase a separate bag for just the awning poles since I don’t have to set them up each time with the tent?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Yes, you sure can. You can order it online, however. You would need to order it over the phone.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/16/2015)
Q: Can I sleep other people underneath the awning?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Yes you can! That is one reason many people by this. Sometimes people get this particular tent because they realize sometimes they will be camping with just a few people and other times with many more. If you go camping with just a handful of people are usually able to fit the main tent room. If you need extra room simply open the awning and set it up, place down the tarp, and put up the wall enclosure and you are set. When you use the awning to sleep more people you can simply leave the tent door open (not the door, but the tent door) and it feels like one large open area.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/16/2015)
Q: It looks like there are two awnings included. Looks like a smaller awning also functions as the door flap. How does that work?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: There are two awnings-one is that the deluxe awning and the other is the regular awning. It includes them both. In fact, they are both sewn on and not detachable. The larger awning and smaller on in both our optional when you set up the tent. You don't have to set them up if you don't want to. The smaller awning does also function as the door closing flap for the large door on the left side. It zips closed on the left and right sides and Velcro on the bottom. It is water tight. The larger awning does not act as a closing flap for a door - it is a stand-alone awning.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/16/2015)
Q: Is there a way to clean off tree sap?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Yes and No. Some trees that is very unforgiving and is not come off without a lot of work. Do not use soap on the tent. The only way to clean this is with water and a paper towel, rag, or a material that can help scrub it off without being abrasive and damaging the canvas. In most cases you can simply spray the tent with the garden hose for several minutes to get most of it off. As with any tent you may find that it does not come completely off. It may fade over time and in some cases the cold weather will allow it to break off cleanly.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/16/2015)
Q: Can I set this up and leave it up all summer long?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: You definitely do not want to set this up all year or all summer. There are some businesses that will do just that knowing that they will need to replace it every year. Please keep in mind that the care instructions that come with the owners manual explained that this is not designed for extended long-term use for an entire season. It is a tent designed for fun family camping that will last a lifetime. Camping generally consists of a few weeks earlier-and overnighter here and there-or hunting trip that can last couple weeks.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/16/2015)
Q: Is this one of those glamorous camping tents? Glamping?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: You may be surprised to know that many organizations including Glamour camping businesses purchase this very tents. The majority of those are probably in Hawaii. They set these up for tourists to have a glamorous camping experience. They set them up on wooden bases or decks and create a canopy over the tents to prolong the life of the tent. Because you can run electricity into the tent through the outlet opening it can make it a great environment creating a nice breeze complete with electric blanket and alarm clock. If you decide to do this with your tent please keep in mind the warranty does not cover permanent or extended use. The tents last a long time, but they are not designed to be permanent living quarters.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/17/2015)
Q: Will this tent mold?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: This tent will definitely not mold if taken care of properly. The customers we have with mold issues almost always have one thing in common-they got rained on during camping, rolled the tent up and stored it away wet, unrolled it several weeks later only to find mold. That doesn't happen very often, but it is 100% preventable. Camping often involves rain, hail, and even snow. The tent can withstand the moisture. You should not get a drop inside the tent. However, once you get home you need to set it up or lay it out without delay to allow it to dry. It may be raining outside when you get home so you will want to find a location such as a garage or some location with an environment that is dry and will allow the tent to breathe and dry.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/17/2015)
Q: Are these tents fire retardant?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: The Kodiak canvas tents are not fire retardants. We urge you to be extra cautious keeping anything flammable safe distance away to keep you and your family safe. Make sure that you never set the tent up next to a campfire, cooking area, or any area where the tent could start on fire. It is not recommended to use heaters inside the tent for safety and liability purposes.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/17/2015)
Q: Can I put a heater inside this tent? Can I put fire wood heater in?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: This is a very common question. People want to be warm and dry when they are camping. These tents will definitely keep you dry and they keep heat in better than nylon tents, but we do not recommend heaters. The tent can withstand the cold winters of Alaska and the Arizona sun, but heaters create a danger of creating a fire. We don't want anybody to be injured or hurt. Please note that adding a wood burning stove voids the warranty and is not recommended. Modifying the tent in any way voids the warranty.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/17/2015)
Q: How often do I need to re-season the tent?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Kodiak tens have what's called a "dry treated" seasoning. Meaning, you don't have that old waxy feeling that gets brittle and gooey depending on the temperature. It is immersed and rolled in the water proofing liquid during the manufacturing process. Most customers will never need to retreat the tent. It all depends on how often you use it. Some customers will camp a day or two here and there while others will camp weeks at a time. Even the most avid long-term campers do not need to treat the tent often. In most cases you can get away with treating it every four or five years and that's after spraying water on it to see if there are any spots allowing water inside. When testing it simply spray it with a garden hose using decent pressure-hit all the seams thoroughly. Should water into the tent simply find the spot, treat it with a canvas tent waterproofing spray, let it dry, spray again with water to test it out and you should be set.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/17/2015)
Q: What is the difference between this tent and model number 6121?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: That's a great question and very common. There are only two main differences between the two tents. Model 6121 is simply the basic version of the cabin tent. Model 6133 is the deluxe version with the massive awning. That's the difference. Model 6121 does have an awning, but it does not have a large deluxe awning. Model 6133 has the basic awning same as model 6121, but also has an additional deluxe awning (a total of two awnings). If you decide to purchase model 6121 please keep in mind that the awning cannot be purchased afterwards. The reason being, it is sewn onto the tent during the manufacturing process. So, model 6133 has that deluxe awning sewn onto it.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/22/2015)
Q: Is this your largest cabin tent?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Yes, this is definitely our largest cabin tent. There is an older model called "the grand cabin" that was larger, but it was discontinued. This cabin tent is 12 feet wide by 9 feet deep and includes an 8 foot awning that is a half feet long by 8 1/2 feet deep.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/22/2015)
Q: What is the difference between a cabin tent and a flex bow tent?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: There is one major difference between the cabin tent and the flex bow tent and that is the assembly time. The flex bow tents can be assembled in about five minutes, whereas the cabin tents take about 15 to 20 minutes. Both styles are fairly quick to set up. It becomes quicker each time you set it up as well. The other difference is the slope of the walls and the height of the tent. The cabin tent is the tallest with a peak of 7 1/2 feet. The walls are almost completely vertical. The cabin style is considered to be a more deluxe wave camping. However, most customers choose to go with the flex bow style because it is very quick to set up. The cabin tent can be set up by one person, but the first time you set it up you would probably want a second person there. It's difficult to explain without a video. Feel free to check out our video that shows one person assembling the tent and the awning.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/22/2015)
Q: How do I wash the tent? Do I use soap?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Cleaning these tents is very simple. I'm in charge of our Boy Scout troops tend maintenance which means every time you have a camp-out they bring the tents to my home, I set them up, I clean it off, and I repair any damage (somehow Boy Scouts find a way to damage about anything). I have found that the best thing to do is simply set up the tent and spray it with a pressurized hose (not a pressurized washer). Before doing that I sweep it off with a kitchen broom to get any bird droppings, pine needles, and loose dirt off the tent. I then sprayed for about 10 minutes. I have learned that doing this can be a little bit deceiving. As your spring the tent with the hose it will look like it is doing absolutely no good. It will look like the dirt is not coming off and you are wasting time. Somehow, each time I have done this, by the time the tent is dry almost any stain or dirt spot disappears. For some reason while it is wet every bit of dirt seems to show up a little bit better. Just be patient and most of it if not all of it will be gone by the time it dries. Cleaning the interior is done the same way. Please never use soap on these tents. It can undo the waterproofing technology and damage the tent. Do not use soap on the floor either and especially do not use any type of abrasive cloth on the floor as it will take off the beautiful look. Tree sap is a little bit difficult to get off and I have found that it takes months before it starts to disappear. The stains may never come out, but they really don't look bad. It just looks like a good tent that has been on a lot of camping adventures.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/22/2015)
Q: How can a clean dirt from the inside of the tent? Can I use soap on the floor?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: He's never, never, never, use soap on these tents. You might be tempted to use soap especially on the floor. Soap could leak into this seems on the sides of the tent and undo the waterproofing technology. If you need to clean the floor you can simply spray it with water, let it soak for a few minutes, and then mop it up like you would a floor with an actual mop or with towels. Be sure to never use an abrasive material to scrub the floor. The floor has a subtle shine and texture that gives you a little bit of traction when you walk on it. An abrasive material would scratch that and make it look different than the rest of the floor. In most cases you can simply sweep the floor-no need to wipe it down.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/22/2015)
Q: Does the cabin tent have airflow vents at the top?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: The cabin tent does not have/need airflow vents. The cabin tents provide some of the best ventilation of all of our tents. There are windows on each side to provide a gentle breeze from any direction. The tents breathe very well. Generally, customers that need a little bit of airflow will simply unzip the top of the window a few inches-just enough to let airflow in and out according to your desire. The windows have two zippers so you can manipulate the shape of the opening to some degree. The models that do have airflow vents are considered flexible tents and not cabin tents.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/22/2015)
Q: Which ground tarp is the appropriate tarp for the tent and the appropriate tarp for the awning?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: 
The appropriate ground hard for the model 6133's model 0591. 0591 is a 12' x 9' ground tarp and is designed to fit the footprint of the bottom of the tent. Some customers want to put a floor down underneath the awning, however. If you decide to do that we do not carry a tarp that is a perfect match. The footprint is 8' x 8.5'. The closest heart we would have would be the 10' x 10' tarp. You would simply need to roll the edges to fit the footprint.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (7/22/2015)
Q: Does the cabin tent have a gear loft option?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: This tent does not have the option for a gear loft. It does have loops around the ceiling edge where you can be a little creative if you need to hang something your own way. Just be careful not to put too much weight in one spot. Contact us if you have any questions.
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Answer provided by:  Customer service (8/20/2015)
Q: Do you have any tips on how to keep the inside floor clean?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Yes, keeping the floor clean usually can be achieved by requiring people to take their shoes off before going inside the tent. In many cases that isn't realistic and the floor will get dirty. That's okay. The floor is PVC and quite easy to clean. Do not use soap on the floor, but a wet nonabrasive rag and you should be just fine. Some stains might need to soak for a little bit. Worst-case scenario-if it's very bad-you can sprayed up with the hose, but you would be to mop it up.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/20/2015)
Q: What is the material of the floor? Is it like a glorified tarp?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: The floor material is a polyvinyl (PVC) and it is amazing. It has a texture so you can get a grip on the floor with your shoes or feet and it also does not make hardly a sound when you walk on it like the old tarp-like crunchy nylon floors everyone is used. In other words, if it is the middle of the night and you need to go do your business you might get away with it if you can keep the tent zippers quiet-the floor won't make a sound.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/20/2015)
Q: Which tent would be the best fit for a family of four?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: This tent is perfect for a family of four… And then some. This tent model 6133 is a great option for a family of four or up to a family of six. You simply have more room to grow or for gear. One recommendation I always give to customers is to measure out the footprint on the living room carpet and lay down sleeping bags and see how much room they feel they need in addition to that or if they have too much room.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/20/2015)
Q: What is the benefit of having canvas versus nylon?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Canvas holds up to UV rays many times longer, is thicker, breathes better, less likely to tear, is far more water proof, is quiet in wind, cleans easier, and our canvas does not wick when touched from the interior.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/20/2015)
Q: do I need to use the tarp? What if it’s raining?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: You definitely do not need to use a tarp. You do not need to use it as a rain fly and you do not need to use it underneath the tent. However, there is some benefit to using the tarp (even if it is raining). If you are camping on a very sandy/dirty surface you will want to use the tarp to keep your tent cleaner than mud. The tent is completely water-proof so no need to put it over the tent. In extended use (months at a time-not recommended by the manufacturer) it can help prolong the life of the tent.
If you are camping on grass there is usually no need to use the tarp.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/20/2015)
Q: Does this come with a rain fly?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: It does not come with a rain fly. No rain fly necessary. It is watertight. Not having a rain fly means that it is quieter when the wind blows, dry when you get horizontal rain, and keeps the heat in better at nighttime.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/28/2015)
Q: What kind of canvas is this tent?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: The canvas is high industry standard cotton duck canvas. The water rose off like the back of a duck. That includes Kodiak's HydraShield technology. It is a dry treated canvas so it does not get brittle in the cold or oily in the extreme heat.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/28/2015)
Q: How does this tent compare to spring bar?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: spring bar makes a fantastic tent. It is only second to one and that is the Kodiak brand. In an independent lab test Kodiak tested approximately 7% stronger as far as the canvas goes. Kodiak uses a heavy duty for that is almost twice the thickness and weight, and it has a welded seam. Spring bar has a thin floor and a sewn seam which can lead to water leakage. Kodiak has a superior screen that is much stronger than spring bar. Both use the same zippers, and assemble similarly.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/28/2015)
Q: Is this a wall tent? What’s the difference?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: These are considered cabin tents. Wall tents have vertical walls like this, but they generally don't have the floor. There are many will tents that are canvas like the Kodiak models and some even include a way to heat it through a wood burning stove. These cabin tents all include floors.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/28/2015)
Q: Is it possible to use the privacy vestibule on this?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Some customers do use the privacy vestibule, but it is not designed for that. That is, it will not fit perfectly, but it will be a close fit. The vestibules are designed for the flex bow models and not the cabin models. They are designed specifically for models number 6011 VX, 6013, 6043, 6010, 6051, 6044, 6041, and 6014.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/28/2015)
Q: Can I use this tent is an emergency preparedness type of tent?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Absolutely! Many customers who are emergency prepared enthusiasts buy this tent. In fact, there was a huge demand for canvas tents in recent disasters including the earthquake in Haiti. Many Kodiak tents were used for temporary shelters.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/28/2015)
Q: Will I feel too crammed if I take my hunting buddies with me? How many people does this really hold?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: That is a great question and it is difficult to answer without mentioning some specific items. This is officially a six person tent, but if you have six people using extra large cots you are going to fill crammed. If you are going to have a lot of gear it is more like a four person tent. This particular tent is popular for hunters because there is the deluxe 8' awning where you can store gear and keep it protected from the elements if you use the wall enclosure. This tent is definitely number one when it comes to our elk hunting customers.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/28/2015)
Q: We’re looking for a temporary shelter for the summer to use for missionary service. Will this tent work for that?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Yes and no. This tent is designed for the elements, but not necessarily extended use. Having said that we do get some customers-especially in the tropics that will live in these or rent these out for a business in extended use circumstances. To be fair, they often don't leave it out in the sun, but they will leave it underneath some other type of structure such as an awning, canopy, or even have some type of tarps hung over it to protected from extended sunshine. In those cases you can often get years of use. There is a local sporting goods store here in Utah that has had one out since the beginning of the year and it still looks beautiful. It is their display model and I think everyone is a little surprise that it has been able to last for most of one complete year. Please note that it does void the warranty if you are using it in extended use circumstances.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/28/2015)
Q: We have started a business for deluxe camping. Which is the best tent to give our customers the best experience?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Glamping (Glamour Camping) seems to be a big trend and there is even an outfit in Bear Lake Utah that seems to be doing pretty well. We have some customers in tropical climates such as Hawaii and some in colder climates such as Alaska that will use this tent to rent out to customers. It is designed to give them a deluxe camping experience with some of the luxuries and pleasures of our contemporary lifestyles. Please note that the warranty does not cover extended use. Many of these companies simply understand that they will need to replace them every couple years or sooner depending on the environment and how well shaded or protected they are.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/28/2015)
Q: Are these the tents that I see at the scouting jamborees?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Yes. At local scouting jamborees you'll see Kodiak and spring bar models. Spring bar is the older brand and Kodiak is the newer brand that you will see everywhere. There are some awesome photos online that show dozens of Kodiak tents lined up in a row. The scouts trustees, because they are designed to last a lifetime.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (8/28/2015)
Q: How quickly can I get this ship to me on the East Coast?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Assuming the product is in stock, delivery time to the east coast is generally completed within 6 or 7 business days of you ordering your tent.
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Answer provided by:  Sean Peterson (9/8/2015)
Q: Do I have to be home to sign for this tent?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: These tents are shipped FedEx Ground for a doorstep delivery. No signature is required automatically with the shipment. In some cases, the driver may request a signature, depending on the delivery situation - e.g. shipping to a business instead of a home, or shipping to an apartment complex - if the driver feels the security of the package is questionable. If you have any concerns about the security of the delivery situation at your address, you may request a signature service with your shipment by either calling us or emailing us with your order information so we can request it when the shipment is sent out. Please make sure you contact us immediately for this service so we can get the request placed with FedEx BEFORE the shipment is sent out.
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Answer provided by:  Sean Peterson (9/8/2015)
Q: How long have you guys been selling these tents and how long have you been in business?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: We have sold Kodiak tents online since 2008. We have been in business since 2003.
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Answer provided by:  Sean Peterson (9/8/2015)
Q: What if something arrives defective?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: If there is something immediately wrong with the delivery when it arrives, please notify us immediately so we can get a claim filed with either FedEx or Kodiak so we can get you a replacement shipped out immediately. Please note that we must report damage in shipment within 4 days of the delivery, otherwise FedEx will not honor the freight claim. If a defect in your product appears after 30 days of you receiving the product, the tent includes Kodiak's factory warranty. Please contact Kodiak directly using the contact information in your owner's manual to make a warranty claim.
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Answer provided by:  Sean Peterson (9/8/2015)
Q: Can I have this ship to a business?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: Absolutely you can have it shipped to a business. During checkout please specify whether you want it shipped to residence or business.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (9/9/2015)
Q: My wife hates camping. Which tent will give the best experience?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: This seems to be the favorite camping tent among those who generally don't enjoy camping. Because the walls go up vertical on the front and back it feels more like a room than a tent. This is also our favorite tent among the hunters who spend a week or so at a time.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (9/9/2015)
Q: Is it okay to have pets inside this tent?
Asked by: Camper - 7/16/2015
A: This question is a little bit difficult, because it really depends on the size of the animal, the temperament of the pet, and other factors. You probably know the answer to this best. Our biggest concern our claws and teeth. Those sharp little claws on say, a cat can really do damage to the canvas. A well tempered animal would do just fine in the tent provided they don't jump around and claw on the screen windows. Having said that, many of our customers bring along rambunctious animals and keep them in a pet porter or have them supervised (night time) to make sure nothing is compromised.
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Answer provided by:  Charley Hansen (9/9/2015)
Q: Does the 6133 require any treatment against rain like Scotchguard ?Also does it have rainfly?
Asked by: Shevah - 9/9/2016
A: This particular tent comes pretreated. You do not have to treated with anything; however, it is recommended that you spray it down with water the first time you set it up. That is considered the "seasoning" process. The first time the tents dries-should there be any pinhole issues-it fixes them.
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Answer provided by:  Customer Service (9/9/2016)

Specs:

  • Approx. Weight: 112 lbs. (Includes tent, poles, stakes, and storage bags).
  • Size: 12x9 ft. Tent space, plus 8x8.5 ft. deluxe awning.
  • Pack Size: Tent--Length: 32 in. Diameter 16 in., Poles--Length: 46 in. Diameter 8.5 in.
  • Capacity: 6-person
  • Ceiling Material: 10 oz Hydra-shieldTM canvas.
  • Wall Material: 8.5 oz Hydra-ShieldTM canvas.
  • Floor Material: 16 oz vinyl. Polyester reinforced, seamless.
  • Zippers: #10 coil on door, #8 coil on windows.
  • Frame: 1-inch, galvanized, steel tubing.
  • All-season*: Use year-round, but not designed for extreme winter mountaineering or heavy snow accumulations.*The awning is not designed for snow loads and should be stowed during winter camping.
  • Warranty: Lifetime limited warranty.

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