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Wenzel Kodiak Family Cabin Dome Tent (Tan/Red)

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5 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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  • Large, 2-room family cabin tent comes with steel stakes, (2) gear lofts, (2) hanging pockets, mud mat, and storage duffel
  • Straight sidewalls maximizes interior space full coverage fly and welded polyethylene floor for weather protection
  • Mesh Dutch "D" style door, (2) bay windows, (2) picture windows, and screened roof for visibility and cross breeze
  • Ultra-sturdy steel frame with hub connections and pin and ring system for easy set-up
  • Sleep capacity: 9 footprint: 14 x 14 feet center ceiling height: 7.17 feet
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Technical Details
Item Weight16 Kg
Product Dimensions73.4 x 30.5 x 29.2 cm
Item model number36423
Weight16.3 kilograms
Number of Items1
Brand NameWenzel
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Customer Reviews 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
Best Sellers Rank #119,423 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight17 Kg
Date First AvailableOct. 21 2010
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The New Wenzel Kodiak 14 x 14 Family Cabin Tent   Base: 14 ft. x 14 ft. Center Height: 86 in. Eave Height: 65 in. Area: 162 Sq. ft. Sleeps: 9 Persons   Door: Dutch "D" style, Floor: Welded polyethylene Frame: Steel Stakes: Steel and Plastic   Features Straight sidewalls and full coverage fly for added weather protection Mesh Dutch "D" style door, 2 Bay windows, 2 Picture windows, and roof for visibility and cross breeze, Hubs connecting roof to steel uprights and pin and ring system both make easy set-up Additional rear lockers/vents add ground breeze and storage Sewn-in room divider creates 2 separate rooms, Includes Stakes, 2 gear lofts, 2 Hanging pockets, Mud mat and Storage duffel.  Folded Dimensions: 28 x 11 1/2 x 12    


The Kodiak Family Cabin Tent creates a literal home away from home, with a comfortable walk-in, 2-room, straight-walled, high-ceiling design. With 168 square feet of area, the Kodiak sleeps up to 9 people comfortably--or provides sleep and indoor living space for smaller groups. The tent is well ventilated with an over 7 foot center height, a large mesh Dutch "D" door, two bay and two picture windows, and a fully vented roof. In wet weather the Kodiak's full-coverage rainfly and welded polyethylene floor provides the protection you need to stay dry. In clear weather, roll the fly back and enjoy stargazing from the insect-protected interior. Amazingly easy to set up for such a large and stable tent, the Kodiak features central hubs that connect the roof to steel uprights and a simple-to-use pin and ring system. Equipped with rear lockers, two gear lofts, and two hanging pockets, the Kodiak makes it easy to keep larger groups organized. Additional details include a mud mat to keep the floor clean and ground level venting for increased airflow. The Kodiak comes complete with steel stakes for secure placement and a convenient travel and storage duffel.


  • Sleep capacity: 9
  • Center height: 7.17 feet, 86 inches
  • Eave height: 5.42 feet, 65 inches
  • Footprint: 14 x 14 feet
  • Area: 162 square feet
  • Mesh Dutch "D" style doors
  • Two bay windows, two picture windows
  • Fully vented roof
  • Sewn in room divider
  • Full coverage rainfly
  • Steel frame and stakes
  • Central hubs and pin ring set up system

What's in the Box?
Tent body, steel frame, rainfly, steel stakes, (2) gear lofts, (2) hanging pockets, mud mat, storage duffel

About Wenzel:
Wenzel has been bringing families together and creating lasting memories in the outdoors for the last 120 years. When the sun rose on the first family campers in America, Wenzel was there. Wenzel has built a company around the basic human need to escape, recharge, and connect with the outdoors. Wenzel creates the modern tools that families require to experience the outdoors in comfort. To do this, they run each product through a very specialized filter--their own families. New features for family camping are easy to talk about in boardrooms with power point presentations, but are a whole different story in the middle of the woods. Wenzel knows what family camping is like, which is why they make the tents easy to set up, take down and pack away for next time.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa2803dd4) out of 5 stars 170 reviews
253 of 257 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa34010fc) out of 5 stars Fairweather Family Camping Approved! Oct. 7 2012
By Sally Fillmore - Published on
The back wall of the tent has no windows but it does have two extended duffel size (2'wx2'dx8-14"h[graduated]) storage compartments and inside of those compartments are screen windows with internal zippers and external eave coverage. The screen windows are approx. 1" off the ground so this is definitely not the side of the tent you want facing uphill if you even suspect a light rain may occur. Other reviewers had difficulty understanding why there were screen windows in these cubbies, even speculating they cause a safety concern for theft or flawed attempts at cross ventilation. As a parent of young children, I'm going to address this with what was automatically obvious for us as our kids climbed inside and immediately zipped themselves up inside those storage cubbies. The windows are there for SAFETY...if a young child or animal is stuck in there without a vent, they would cook quickly inside - not to mention your deodorant or other goodies you may have stored in your bag inside of the cubby.

The base of the tent is the standard tarp-type material used in most tents and the seams where it is sewn to the sides of the tent are at ground level; this is NOT a "bathtub" style tent floor which has the floor go a few inches up the inside of the tent to allow it to keep water out if it accumulates as in a heavy downpour of rain. In other words, double check the forecast and if there is a chance of anything more than mist - you need a different tent or to add another tarp under this tent and clip it up the sides on the outside to help keep water flow out.

The side windows are triangles with the top tip pointed out at an approx. 35' angle from the tent, allowing moisture to run off the tent rather than in the window. Zipper closure is two zippers meeting at internal top point; this does add an additional secure line to ground on each side of the tent to keep it at that angle. The entire roof of this tent is a vent, made of screen material with the exception of a center solid support that runs both across the width and length of the tent [+]. There are roof eave triangle vents on either side above the side triangle windows. The front window with the # design gives the screen material support to prevent it from sagging as well as helping to minimize damage if you have a run in the fabric that tears open (it is not strictly for aesthetics as some others have concluded); it has 2 internal zippers down either side and the zippers stop at such a point that there is an additional 6" of window screen that is covered by the material and does not allow air flow due to this [design flaw]. *NOTE: vents do not have zippers/are not manually able to be closed and must rely on the tent fly for coverage; windows can be zippered to close

My husband set this up by himself in 40 minutes following directions to a T with 3 kids running circles around him. I had expected from reviews that he would need my assistance but this simply was not the case.

DESIGN: The light color material used on the majority of the tent reflects light and reduces heating passively through this. I like that the tent has only a single door and our children who will be sleeping in the portion of the tent without the door will need to wake us up to get out of the tent at night; this reassures me to my family's safety; if you have grown children or only adults camping, consider this. Each of the two rooms is equivalent in size and fits a queen size bed with walking room around one side as well as an area large enough to stand to get dressed and store bags or a cooler at foot or head of the bed. The sides of the tent are pretty close to perpendicular with the ground so you are less likely to accidentally brush against it and break the moisture seal at night, letting in condensation from dew.

IMPROVEMENTS: I wish there were ties to string up our lantern or flashlight pockets inside, it is large enough to need a light at night and that would've been convenient. The top edge of the tent sags inward above the window and door due to lack of support...a simple support lengthwise across the tent would easily fix this issue.
155 of 163 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa25a9aa4) out of 5 stars Works when used correctly May 6 2012
By Aliannher - Published on
We got this tent August of 2010 and took it on a 4 day trip over Labor Day. The weather was great except for the last night and we had light steady rain. Because of strong winds leading up to our trip we were not able to take the time to do waterproofing spray and seam sealer so we did not expect a waterproof tent. It leaked slightly at the floor, but we were all still dry. We did not use it at all in 2011 due to life changes and took it out again the first weekend in May 2012. We got it set up and were hit with 15-25 mph winds for 36 hours straight. Everything survived. We have plenty of space with 2 adults, a great dane and 2 miniature dachshunds. We were just commenting that there is plenty room for a full sized crib if need be. We also had room to safely run a tent safe Mr. Heater Little Buddy heater all night as well. I would never expect this tent to stand up to several days of high winds or heavy rain, that's just not what it's made for. Also, we lost our stakes and had to buy the generic yellow plastic ones. This ended up working out better I believe. There are more stake loops in the tent than the number of stakes that come with the tent so having the extra stakes made me feel like it was more secure to the ground. Expect to need 36-40 stakes with you. It takes 34 stakes to use every stake loop and then have a few extra in case any break (which they do).
150 of 171 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa252e540) out of 5 stars Nice for weekend camping in good weather June 26 2011
By TentCamperMT - Published on
My husband and I are traveling the state for our work this summer, and are tent-camping. This tent has been through 1 month of camping. In that month, a metal pole has snapped in half, and two guy-lines have torn from the seams in the wind. The tent fly is too small to cover more than a straight down mild rain. We have experienced much of the same rainy, windy weather as most of the country, and in week one, the tent started leaking at the zipper and around the edges. We are going to have to buy another tent after one month of camping, because this is not able to handle the weather. We do, however, recommend this tent for the size and height. The setup is not too bad for a large tent, with two people setting it up. This would be good for a nice summer weekend camp with no hint of rain in sight.
84 of 97 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa2a11840) out of 5 stars Exactly What I Wanted May 21 2011
By GWNF Camper - Published on
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Wanted this tent for x-mas and the wife couldn't find it. Bought it for myself and am uber-pleased. Showed up in less time than they said (bonus!). Literally took it up to the mountains that weekend with the family. No problems at all. Easy setup- even by myself. Plenty of room for a double-high queen matress and all the junk that comes with camping with a wife and 2 girls.
Highly recomend it to anyone that has campers that want big-rooms, high head-room, and "camp" out of the bed of a truck.
45 of 51 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa38f8ba0) out of 5 stars My First Tent! Outstanding!Happy Camper! June 7 2012
By MtnBrookie - Published on
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First, let me say friends made fun of my choice in tents because of the size and my inexperience ! This made me all the more determined to keep my " Swiss chalet" but I was a bit afraid , I was going alone!
I got there and even though I didn't find the instructions until after camping- I got this beauty up effortlessly! I am so happy with it! If you feel claustrophobic in regular tents where you have to duck- you will LOVE this! You can easily stand up , walk around, the built in room divider is nice and the darling front window " panes" made it feel like a little home! I enjoyed it so much , I extended my stay! Keep in mind , I'm not an athlete, I'm a 50 yr old female ! So if it's that easy , anyone can do it!
Thank you Wenzel! You made a camper of me!

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