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Cabela’s Ultimate Alaknak Tent Wants to Protect You From High Winds

Cabela's Ultimate Alaknak Tent

Photo Courtesy of Cabela's Inc.

Once the weather starts warming up, many people start planning camping adventures in beautiful new spots — preferably by a river with an attractive survivalist by your side. You're probably going to need a new tent though and while at first glance this model may not seem the most luxurious, it's huge. A lot of people think of camping as being crammed in a tiny tent with no room to even stand, but the 13'x27' Cabela's Ultimate Alaknak Tent is definitely not that tent. Sure, you could fit 11 people in here, but why would you? Maybe take one or two people and make this into your own personal haven in the woods. Plus, it has several user-friendly features to keep you safe. For example, There's a zippered panel on the floor so you can use a stove inside, and the stove jack is covered by a storm flap (which rolls down to avoid making contact with the piping so it won't melt the material). On the roof of the tent there is a panel protector surrounding the little stove chimney, protecting the tent from any hot embers that may drift down — which is pretty important, considering you don't want your camping adventure to go down in flames.

Cabela’s Ultimate Alaknak Tent Wants to Protect You From High Winds

Cabela's Ultimate Alaknak Tent

Photo Courtesy of Cabela’s Inc.

Once the weather starts warming up, many people start planning camping adventures in beautiful new spots — preferably by a river with an attractive survivalist by your side. You’re probably going to need a new tent though and while at first glance this model may not seem the most luxurious, it’s huge. A lot of people think of camping as being crammed in a tiny tent with no room to even stand, but the 13’x27′ Cabela’s Ultimate Alaknak Tent is definitely not that tent. Sure, you could fit 11 people in here, but why would you? Maybe take one or two people and make this into your own personal haven in the woods. Plus, it has several user-friendly features to keep you safe. For example, There’s a zippered panel on the floor so you can use a stove inside, and the stove jack is covered by a storm flap (which rolls down to avoid making contact with the piping so it won’t melt the material). On the roof of the tent there is a panel protector surrounding the little stove chimney, protecting the tent from any hot embers that may drift down — which is pretty important, considering you don’t want your camping adventure to go down in flames.

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