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