Arctic Oven tents are known for keeping you dry and warm. The Arctic Oven 10 with Vestibule is no exception. It provides 90 square feet of space inside the 6’9” peak tent with an extra 26 square feet of storage space in the vestibule. There is more than enough room for you and your camping partner to sleep with cots, set up a stove and still have plenty of room to stand up straight and move around in the tent!
The Arctic Oven 10 with Vestibule is popular among hunters, trappers, researchers and outdoor enthusiasts. With its state-of-the-art material that keeps your tent condensation-free, you are sure to get a good night’s sleep in an Arctic Oven tent. And, you will even have dry gear to put on when you wake up in the morning!
Break with tradition. Start your own… in an Arctic Oven 10 with Vestibule!
SEASONS Four-season tent
SLEEPS Four to five person tent according to industry standards. If sleeping on cots and utilizing a stove, this tent will comfortably sleep three people.
WEIGHT 56 lbs packed weight including tent and poles
FLOOR SIZE 9’6” x 9’6”
VESTIBULE 4'0" x 4'6"
AREA 90 square feet of livable space with steep side walls. Vestibule provides 26 square feet of storage space.
PEAK HEIGHT 6’9” peak
PACK SIZE ~ 32” tall x 28” wide x 22” deep
VENTS Adjustable high and low tubular vents
WINDOWS Screen window in the front door and back wall
WIND PERFORMANCE Nine high wind tie-out points and many stake-out points
FRAME Anodized aluminum tubing poles with durable steel hub fittings
TENT FLY Heavy-duty 4 oz. urethane coated oxford nylon (200-denier)
- Many colors to choose from (see them all here):
Yellow, Multi-Cam Camo, Realtree X-tra Camo, and Coyote
TENT BODY Vapex™, extremely breathable and water repellent
BODY FLOOR Heavy-duty 4 oz. urethane coated oxford nylon (200-denier)
TENT FRAME Thick anodized aluminum tubing frame with durable steel hub fittings and Arctic-grade bungee cord
TENT STAKES Durapegs, made of light-weight automotive-grade ABS plastic
“After our fall hunt, we were using a Super Cub aircraft to fly the moose and most of the camp out and had one last load to get out before an ice storm was to hit. The last load out was supposed to be myself, my sleeping bag, two freeze dry meals, one jug of water and my Arctic Oven tent. When my pilot came back in to get the last load, we loaded the gear and myself up and tried to take off but couldn’t because of the freezing rain on the Super Cub aircraft and standing water on the strip. I rolled out of the Super Cub with my sleeping bag, Arctic Oven tent and survival bag so the pilot could be lighter and take off before being frozen in. I quickly set up the tent in about ten minutes and got out of the weather. I spent the next four days in the Arctic Oven tent with no heat, minimal food and had to melt snow in my sleeping bag for water. The Arctic Oven kept enough of my body heat in to keep me alive and not freeze to death. Thank you for the design on the Arctic Oven tents!”
— Creig Butler, Alaska Master Guide, Red Bear Guides
“We took the Arctic Oven out first thing the next morning and set it up at tree line for a ski base camp. It is amazing!!! Five of us were warm and comfy and all our wet ski gear was dry by morning. We hardly burned any wood; we gathered it with hand saws in 15 minutes and had twice what we needed. I forgot my sleeping bag and I was warm all night thanks to the stove and the Arctic Oven.”
— Brad, Guide, Z-Boat Lodge River Guides