Cabela’s Ultimate Alaknak™ Tent – 12′ x 20′ REVIEW

with Cabela’s Ultimate Alaknak™ Tent – 12′ x 20′
and four dog stove and 4 gallon water reservoir

I also review another Canvas tent from Davis Tent & Awning that Was Amazing your welcome to watch Enjoy


onefasteg says:

Was that Hungarian Lecsó you were making on the stove?

mahsa bokhour says:

This is cool. Can’t wait to try it.

Terry Shrives says:

Should have went with a Kodiak tent and kerosene heater!

kary gold says:

this a great ‫ review

Eli Dvash says:

I was looking for a high level tent , what was particularly important to me is ventilation of ceiling, and the quality of materials. There are many tents are good but after seeing the video, I decided to go to the tent of Davies and I’m very happy. TNKs!

Gilad Granit says:

Hi man, first of all thanks for the review
Me and my family really likes camping and we’re looking for a long time on which tent will fit our needs the best, and now i think that this Davies tent might be just what we need, you showed me all the benefits of it,
Thank you once again.
Can i ask where you bought it ?

Roey Cohen says:

10x man, great review.
Wondered about two models and you helped me decide about the one to buy.
Really wanted to know about the airflow and materials built.
Have a great one, thumbs up

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Roy says:

Well this is a great review of a perfect tent thank you so much

Brian Paffel says:

I had a 13X27 Alaknak tent for 4 years , never had any issues like this, it was a awesome tent for me … had it set up in all conditions … i decided to go to a camper,,, little easier.. lol

kary gold says:

this is a marveles tent but I would definitely go with canvas tent. the alot for the review.

Roman Brown says:

Anybody ever tried running an air conditioner in one of these, with a generator running outside of it? I camp in the summer in S. United States. Would be awesome to have a tent we could efficiently keep cool.


1:20 Nice bong dude. LOL.

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TheRaokenx says:

Would it be possible to live in this tent for a while? I’m thinking of buying several acres of land and want to save for a trailer. In the meantime it would be nice to live there, clear brush, start a garden etc

Mike Ries says:

Have been watching videos on wall-tents. Apparently the alaknak is not very repairable when compared to old-school canvas. May as well just make your own out of tarps. Use that old antique singer sewing machine… The frame is what to build to last.

Survival Mindset says:

Awesome set up!


Nice hooka… I will camp with you.

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