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    Grizzly Wall Tents, 2 Models.

    Several years ago, we received a small batch of Woods Tents from a Canadian Army Surplus Shipment. It did not take long to sell those through. Ever since then, we have been trying to source a replacement tent of this type. Woods Tents have become next to impossible to find since the company was bought out by Canadian Tire.

    Then along comes Grizzly Wall Tents! These tents are incredibly well made with double stitched seams. They include the chimney stove ring, and come in about 20% less than the Woods brand tents. These are due to arrive next week. Due to their size, there will be a fixed shipping cost to cover this. If you order in the next 7 days, we will cover the shipping.

    12x14' $1049.95

    14x16' $1299.95









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    So you can supply the internal frame for it as weell or is that simply a generic photo.
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    There will be frames coming in this shipment. These can be used with these tents or any other bran of similar sized tents. Once we get pictures, we will post them for sale.

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    These are a great buy!!

    I've spent many, many nights while away working in heli-portable camps in northern BC and the territories in wall tents, if I recall correctly these were Grizzly Wall Tents. Summer and winter months both. Very cozy and very durable. Usually we had raised plywood floors and half walls and of course the diesel furnace during winter months. Maybe we were a little more spoiled with wood frame beds or cots with foam mattresses to sleep on as well. I'm certain we would have been just as comfortable without the extra plywood floors and walls. Doesn't get much better for remote camps or hunt camps I would imagine.



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    Tents have now arrived.

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