The Montana Canvas Spike II Tent is truly an all season wall tent. Miners and range riders of the last century relied on range tents like this because a quick and easy set-up was vital to their success and survival. Whether you are on a summer fishing trip, a late winter elk hunt or just heading to the woods with your family, this all-season pyramid shaped tent will fit the bill.
The Montana Canvas Spike II tent is constructed of Relite and has a 10' x 10' floor area with 3' walls and 8' 6" in peak and will provide ample room for a couple or a small family.
Standard features on the Spike II tents include:
- All-weather fly with awning
- Sewn-in floor with zippered stove cut out
- Three 24" x 30" screen windows
- Screen door
- Stove jack with weather flap
- Heavy-duty rust proof zippers on the door
- Peak is reinforced with heavy-duty vinyl and has a suspension ring on the outside.
- Easily set up with the included interior center, corner and side poles
- Complete package weighs 49 lbs
Spike II Montana Canvas tents in tan Relite with a 4" stove jack are standard. Canvas, Montana Blend, and larger stove jacks (5" or 6") are available upon special request.
To set up your new Montana Canvas Spike II Tent:
- Lay out the tent and stake out the floor at the four corners.
- Assemble the center pole and awning poles.
- Spread the tent fly out and center it over the tent by pulling the O ring on the top of the tent through the slit at the center of the fly and making sure stove jack opening in the fly is centered over the stove jack opening in the tent.
- Insert the center pole through the door and insert it into the center peak of the tent.
- Tie the 8-10 feet of rope to each of the four corners of the tent and as many of the perimeter points as necessary for the terrain and weather conditions.
- Insert the corner poles in the inside corner pouches.
- Install tension rope adjusters to all ropes by threading the rope through the hole on the concave side first and then through the hole on the convex side. Tie an overhand knot to secure. The knot will be sitting in the curve of the tension adjuster. To use: pull rope through the tension adjuster and hook over the stake and adjust the tension.
- If using the bungie cords to secure the fly, you need to make a loop in each rope for one of the bungie cord hooks. The other bungie hook attaches to a fly grommet.
- Stake the corners of the tent. Attach tent fly bungies to corner ropes.
- Add remaining inside poles.
- Stake and adjust tension on the rest of the perimeter and add remaining fly bungie cords.