We're talking about a range tent with a 2’ wall. But its more than that. I put a vertical door on the awning. The pitch of the spike tent is lower than the range tent so the roof line is more compliant for a vertical stove pipe. The para-wing design has been incorporated into the spike tent also. Because the corners of this spike are lower than the mid wall. The tent stays more tensioned. There is a single “non optional” pole that supports the tent inside. Another outside pole supports the door. The ground staking is minimal. The real strength of the tent comes from the 8 guy lines. Not a great tent around horses but Never the less with those lines really hold down the tent. If you include staking the tents 8 ground loops, you will need 16 spikes. Thus the name. “spike tent”. My spike tent comes in 3 sizes, and offered with or without a floor. They can be customized to have taller dormers or even double dormers. Screen doors, windows, stove jack, vent window, and poles are extra. If you are wanting to heat with a wood stove, this could be a good tent design for you. If you chose to have no floor there will be a 14” sod cloth that is reversible, to make a snow cloth. My Spike Tent design is inspired by the camping needs of north arctic housing.
|7.5 oz sunforger spike tent pricing||without floor||weight||with sewn in floor||weight||with separate floor||weight|
|8 X 8||$438||14||$450||16||$560||20|
|10 X 10||$618||21||$685||24||$749||28|
|12 X 12||$786||28||$833||33||$991||40|