or call for a quote on tents not listed
A Montana Tent will normally ship
2 - 2 1/2 weeks after ordering.
SPECIAL " FREE SHIPPING
charge will be deducted if ordered on line.
discount on all Wilderness and Yukon 4, 5 Deluxe
stoves when ordered
with outfitter tents, CAN'T
WITH FREE SHIPPING.
Blend tents recommended for hunters
and campers who prefer light weight wall tents or a tent to horse/mule
Lighter weight blend outfitter tent makes larger tents significantly
easier to set-up, take down and transport than an all canvas wall
40% lighter than 10.1
oz Montana Canvas wall tents.
Relite ends and sidewalls. Relite is a synthetic
lightweight fabric, water/mildew/fire resistant.
Roof is a 10 oz canvas mildew, water & fire treated.
Relite wall tents: colors available - tan, white or light green. State
color when ordering blend montana tent. Tan
will be shipped if no preference indicated.
Relite: Pliable, soft, easy to clean. Longevity and tear
strength equal to canvas.
STANDARD MONTANA TENT CHARACTERISTICS
Reinforced ridge with extra layer of canvas, reinforced at
gable ends of all outfitter tents.
Eaves and outfitter tent bottom have 18 oz heavy vinyl
with 1/4" rope
sewn between 2 layers of doubled stitched canvas . Reinforcement
ensures additional strength at grommets.
Six layers of canvas-double lock stitched at outfitter tent
end wall seams.
Stove jack includes weather flap, choice of 4", 5",
or 6" pipe opening. Stove jack is on left side
in the roof when you enter outfitter tent.
Five feet finished wall height on all montana tent and canvas tents.
76" high doors secured by a trouble-free heavy duty
YKK zipper with a weather flap. Side release buckles.
Montana tent and canvas bottoms reinforced with webbing and utilizes
grommets. Top of door reinforced with webbing.
Sod cloth on outfitter tent bottom is 12" providing weather-tight
At each ridge end there is a 6" ridge hole when using/inserting
lodge pole. Flap covers the ridge holes when using an internal
Relite colors: Light green, white or tan. State
color preferred color when ordering your relite outfitter
tents, tan will be shipped if not specified.
Blend Montana tents canvas roof has a very heavy paraffin
water, fire, mildew finished treatment. Heavy paraffin finish
should make the outfitter tent roof very mildew, water and
DVD included that demonstrates how to set up and care for
Montana Tent - BlendPrices
SEWN IN FLOOR
$1185 shipping $35
Sewn In Tent Floor Option: Relite or white laminated vinyl
for extra strength and easy cleaning. Stake
in floor has nylon stake loops. Floor
stove area has a zipper for rollback if requested. A blend outfitter
tent has a Relite sewn in floor, white or tan, or, a sewn in white
vinyl floor, customer preference. State
floor color when ordering - if not indicated tan will be shipped . Recommendation:
tan relite floor will not show dirt like a white relite floor.
Additional Stove Jack - Specify location in web order
Stove Jack - 4", 5" or 6" customer
choice, velcro flap
Screen Window 24" H x 30" W
12" sod cloth
(10' wide on a 12x14 and above)
$83 (Front Screen Door)
$83 (Back Screen Door)
down ropes (200') with tensioners. 16x20 and above have 400'
Back Zippered Door
of tent purchase price
Tent storage bag
Eave Socks with draw strings
2 Ridge Socks with draw strings, each end
Tent stakes not included
Tent Stakes 12" angle iron with a
loop on top. Specify in comments
Zipper Corners To Roll Up Tent Side Walls with tie strings
$80 (One Side)
$160 (Two Sides)
Rope and tensioners (for fly)
Canvas - 5 gun rack
Tie door w/stings instead of
Canvas or Relite Room Divider,
Call for Price
Eave Openings with flap. Just
like ridge end opening with flap
$50 per end
Wood door opening cut in canvas
replacing zippered door
$15 per linear foot
Custom porch w/screen side walls
and no canvas sidewalls
$200 + porch cost
Custom porch with canvas sidewalls
that roll up (ties and 4 zippers
on corners) and screen sidewalls
$350 + porch cost
PORCH, COOK SHACK, TENT
FLY & STAKE
Porch: Made of
Relite, 10' long, fully enclosed with screen on
2' overlap with roof and sidewalls. Has grommets on bottom of
porch for staking.
Cook Shack: Made
of Relite, 12' long, fully enclosed, includes stove jack.
2' overlap with roof and sidewalls. Has grommets on bottom
of cook shack for staking.
RECOMMENDATION: Cook shack nearly cost as much as the outfitter
tent your are purchasing it for. Sometimes it makes sense to buy
a smaller outfitter tent for a cookshack and also use it when
fewer hunters go hunting.
Tent Fly: Made of Relite provides extra insulation and
helps repel snow and rain in extreme weather conditions. 1'
overhang on both sides. Zipper opening for stove pipe. Specify
relite color when purchasing - if not stated a tan relite fly
will be ordered. Tensioners, ropes and stakes not
Stake in Floor: Floors have a 5' x 5' cutout to accommodate
a stove. Relite floors - white or tan or a 13
oz white laminated vinyl - you choose. Specify
relite color when purchasing - tan relite floor
will be ordered if color not specified .
MONTANA TENT PRICES FOR PORCH, COOK SHACKS,
FLYS AND FLOORS
$15 SHIPPING " FLOOR or FLY " 8 X 10 , 10 X 12, 10 X 14
$20 SHIPPING " FLOOR or FLY" 12 X 14, 12 X17, 14 X 17, 14 X 20
$25 SHIPPING " FLOOR or FLY "16 X 20, 16 X 23, 18 X 23
S + H
COOK SHACK 12' LONG
MONTANA TENT FLY RELITE
"IDAHO" POLY FLY
MONTANA STAKE IN FLOOR
S + H
"IDAHO" VINYL FLOOR
10'AWNING: 8 x 10 to 12 x 14 : $20 ; 12 x 17 to 14 x 17 : $25 ; 16 x 20 to 18 x 23 : $30
10' PORCH: 8 x 10 to 12 x 14 : $30 ; 12 x 17 to 14 x 17 : $35 ; 16 x 20 to 18 x 23 : $40
12' COOKSHACK: 8x10 to 12x14: $45 ; 12x17 to 14 x 17: $50 ; 16 x 20 to 18 x 23: $55
ALUMINUM MONTANA TENT AND CANVAS FRAME
Made of 1 3/8" round aluminum.
Slip joint allows for quick and easy one person
Caps on bottom of legs.
Snap button/push button on angle joints to lock
frame in place.
Recommendation: If you are purchasing
an aluminum frame for outfitter tents, I recommend you purchase
the aluminum frame offered by Montana Canvas, see below.
Montana Canvas frames will only fit Montana Outfitter Tents.
I recommend you click onto my wall tent steel
frame prices for a cost comparison.
Call to purchase a frame.
ALUM Tent Frame
ALUM Porch Frame (10'long)
ALUM Cook Shack Frame
$520 (3 rafters)
$565 (3 rafters)
$575 (3 rafters)
$590 (3 rafters)
$680 (4 rafters)
$685 (4 rafters)
$760 (4 rafters)
$780 (4 rafters)
$880 (5 rafters)
$785 (4 rafters)
$930 (5 rafters)
$945 ( 5 rafters)
$955 (5 rafters)
NOTE: Tent frame bags included, made of truck
MONTANA TENT AND CANVAS FRAME OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Breakdown - normally: legs (2 pieces), rafters ( 3 pieces) ,
tent lengths ( 3 pieces) - or any number of pieces you prefer.
10% additional of stated frame price
If interested in fixed angles click wall
tent frames to view the fixed steel angles.
Montana Tent and Canvas window placement: There
are no seams in relite outfitter tent walls - sidewalls, front
or back. Because
there are no seams in relite walls you can place the windows at
any location along the walls. The only factor in window
placement is the tent frame legs. The tent frame legs are evenly
spaced on the frame depending upon the number of rafters in your
outfitter tent frame. If you do not want to have a leg in front
of a window be very specific when ordering a window location. Remember,
there will always be a tent frame leg in the exact center of a
tent when you have a 3 rafter, 5 rafter or 7 rafter tent frame.
Front flap stove jack location : There
are no seams in relite outfitter tents on the front door flaps.
location will not be a factor in the location of the stove jack
in the door flap. However, I would recommend a minimum
of 3' from the sidewall to prevent overheating your relite sidewalls.
Additionally, the higher the stove jack location on the door flap,
the better draw for your outfitter tent stove. The stove jack must
be in the left front door flap. The right door flap is
the normal outfitter tent
entry as the right door flap has a 10" storm flap
that overlaps the left door flap.
FOR INDIVIDUALS PACKING IN
ON PACK ANIMALS - SETTING UP MONTANA TENT AND CANVAS TENTS USING LODGE
Individuals packing in on pack animals sometimes
use a lodge pole frame to save weight and space instead of
packing in tent frames. General recommendations and guidance:
Use outfitter tents with a reinforced tent ridge/extra
layer of canvas. It is very easy to poke a hole or tear the tent
ridge if you do not properly remove/smooth the lodge branch even
with the lodge pole.
selecting poles for pitching outfitter tents, try to use poles
that do not taper much. A minimum diameter of four inches (on
the smaller end) is preferable. Young lodge pole pine trees make
ideal poles for this purpose.
Use the best pole (clean and strong) for the ridgepole
as it takes the most stress and is the most difficult to change
should something go wrong.
When attaching one pole to another, lash them
together with rope and or drive pole spikes through them.
The best way to tightly secure the two poles forming
the "A" of the lodge pole frame is to lay two poles
on the ground on top of one another. Tie a rope tightly around
both small ends of the lodge poles about one foot from the top.
Then spread out the two poles to form an "A". You can secure the "A" poles much
tighter this way than making an "A" from the two poles then tying
the two poles together.
If you are likely to us the same campsite in the
future you should cache the poles when breaking camp. It is best
to tie your lodge pole frames up against a tree to get them off
the ground, If you leave the poles on the ground they will start
to rot and weaken much quicker. The poles can give you many years
of service if you care for them.
Montana Canvas and Tent is located in Belgrade
MT, just north of the Yellowstone National Park, a great place
to test outfitter tents. Montana Canvas Tent Company is committed
to quality is second to none and is dedicated to manufacturing
high quality outfitter tents. At the same time Montana Canvas
strives to keep prices competitive, so you receive high value when
you purchase a Montana Outfitter Tent. WARRANTY: Montana Canvas
Tent is directly responsible for all warranty issues. All warranty
issues should be coordinated with the Montana Canvas and Tent