"This is my covered wagon, a Dodge Ram 1500. The Kodiak Canvas truck tent didn’t flap in 70mph winds or leak a drop in any rain or snow storm. The spacious interior is lined with a BedRug which provides both padding and insulation and adds a little more homeyness (compliments the tent nicely). Plenty of room to stand up, got the portable loo in case I don’t wanna venture outside to do my business (rain, cold, snow in the middle of the night, or have a lady along who wants privacy). I keep an ice chest in there for snacks and drinks and my closed foam mat is plenty thick in case my back is wore out after a day in the field. When I’m camping in the wagon, I can indulge myself with a big sleeping bag and pillow…a nice luxury you sacrifice when backpacking with a mummy sack. The fine mesh bug screen keeps everything out and provides plenty of air flow and shade for a mid-afternoon siesta. The heavy canvas can actually get too warm if ya don’t unzip some of the windows, especially with the door buttoned up. Those cheap nylon truck tents flap, leak and don’t hold heat at all. I have camped in remote locations throughout the west…from 0 degree temps during very wet weather (during waterfowl season) to 100+ degree desert locations (during archery elk season) and everything in between….this Kodiak Truck Tent is comfortable and still looks brand new after years of use and abuse. I prefer to buy quality once…after reviewing all the other truck tents on the market, I selected Kodiak Canvas. No regrets. It’s the best. Five of my buddies have bought Kodiak tents since checking out mine. This tent packs down to nothing so I take it on long trips when I will be driving through remote areas as an emergency shelter, in case I break down or get stuck in the snow someplace without cellular service. Takes me 10-12 minutes to put up, half that to pull down. Thanks Kodiak! I got more than my money’s worth."
-Bruce C. (San Clement, CA) Oct. 2013