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springbar classic jack 100 canvas tent
springbar classic jack 100 canvas tent
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CLASSIC JACK 100

$699.00

Availability: In Stock Now

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A premium take on the 10’ x 10’ Springbar® Tent footprint featuring 10oz cotton duck canvas throughout in a creamy natural color, the Classic Jack is equal parts rugged performance and timeless style. Additional details include stretch interior pockets, brass cord locks, and 10oz cotton duck canvas carry bags. From rugged base camps to styled out backyard retreats, the Classic Jack is fit to the task.

Features/ Specs:

  • Original Springbar® Design. Tested & Proven over 50 years. 
  • Simple 1-Person Setup. Watch the Video 
  • 10’ x 10’ Footprint, 6 ½ Feet Interior Height, 100 sq. ft. Living Space. Spacious for 2, Comfortable for 4, Maximum of 6 Occupants
  • 100% Cotton Duck Canvas (10oz Roof, 10oz Walls) Finished with HardyDuck™ treatment for water repellency & anti-mildew. Watertight in the rain, breathable for interior comfort, and highly durable.
  • Heavy-Duty Seamless Laminated Vinyl Floor. Durable & Fully Waterproof
  • Galvanized Steel Pole Set, Solid Steel Zinc Plated Spring Rods, 12-inch Steel Nail Stakes
  • Steel Wire Stake Loops with Perimeter Rope Reinforcement—Incredibly Strong and a Hallmark of Springbar® Tent Design
  • Large Windows, Door, and Ventilation Zones with No-See-Um Mesh
  • Weight: 80 pounds. Packed Dimensions: 4 x 1 x 1 Feet. Separate tent & pole carry bags make the kit quite manageable and easy to transport
  • Classic Jack 100 Includes: tent & awning w/carry bag, pole set w/carry bag, steel stakes w/carry bag, awning ropes, adjustable gear-loft, & owner’s field guide
  • Satisfaction Guarantee. Love your Springbar® product or we’ll make it right. Learn more 
  • Durable Import Series. Designed in SLC, Utah. Cut & Sewn in China. Learn More 

 

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D
D.T.
Springbar products: An architectural and engineering masterpiece!

Springbar products are gorgeous works of art! If you don’t already own one, you don’t know what you’re missing!

My Springbar tent story spans 30+ years. I just received my new Classic Jack 100, and it is only the second Springbar tent I’ve ever owned.

I bought my first Springbar tent more than 30 years ago. It performed perfectly and remained water-tight all those years, enduring countless camping, hunting and fishing trips all over the USA, coast to coast, mountains to sea-level. That is, until November 2019, when I regretfully left food inside the tent. As a consequence, a huge (400+ pound) black bear treated himself to the food--he didn’t extend the courtesy of unzipping the door for access to his snack, opting to fashion his own entrance through the side (several times in and out). So, that tent passed on from it’s long life through no fault of the tent: R.I.P. (literally)…now, “resting in pieces" ;)

So, I was elated to learn Springbar is still in business TODAY, producing these extraordinarily reliable, durable, high-quality tents and accessories! I ordered the new Classic Jack 100, without hesitation and received it fast. These superior products will last a lifetime (assuming proper bear-mitigation).

Springbar’s outstanding quality, customer service and delivery is perfection. And they’re still manufacturing awesome must-have products for the serious outdoor enthusiast!

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Y.C.
Good tent

I love classic jack100
Lovely color easy set up
But very heavy

R
R.K.
Home away from home

Great quality and fun to make this tent your own as you add table, rugs etc. If you like to get out, this is a wonderful way to be "out there"

R
R.K.
Worth the extra $100

I've set up my CJ100 three times. I'm 61 and bearly in shape. Yes there can be suction on the lift up and easily corrected with leaving door open etc. I like the single color and extra weight to the walls, it is only 6 extra lbs difference over all. The Tent and tent bag weigh 50lbs, that is the weight that I prefer to carry around (so stakes and lines stored elsewhere). The stakes are awesome, I've slpit some rocks 7 inches down as my sledge hammer did it's work. I bought the other stakes as well for I will be in sandy environments at times. The portico kit is well worth it. I used the top half of the pole to lift it up some so I could fit my chair out a bit further to the left of the door, didn't want it all the way up I was enjoying some privacy from the other camp sites. We have pretty much duplicated the photos here with cots chairs and tables - a true home away from home. Plenty airy with the Mrs. commenting on how the air inside never feel stuffy weather the sun is directly on it or not that is the MAJOR change from our previous six foot tent. Well also that it is very quiet, not fabric russling noise at all (winds have not been over 14mph). When you have had 6 different tent and take all you have learned... this will be our (your) last tent, and our kids will be fighting over it for decades to come. The only question left is whether we will lend it out to them (for the time being (NO)). Thanks for the great design and workmanship - Rob

R
R.K.
Worth the extra $100

I've set up my CJ100 three times. I'm 61 and bearly in shape. Yes there can be suction on the lift up and easily corrected with leaving door open etc. I like the single color and extra weight to the walls, it is only 6 extra lbs difference over all. The Tent and tent bag weigh 50lbs, that is the weight that I prefer to carry around (so stakes and lines stored elsewhere). The stakes are awesome, I've slpit some rocks 7 inches down as my sledge hammer did it's work. I bought the other stakes as well for I will be in sandy environments at times. The portico kit is well worth it. I used the top half of the pole to lift it up some so I could fit my chair out a bit further to the left of the door, didn't want it all the way up I was enjoying some privacy from the other camp sites. We have pretty much duplicated the photos here with cots chairs and tables - a true home away from home. Plenty airy with the Mrs. commenting on how the air inside never feel stuffy weather the sun is directly on it or not that is the MAJOR change from our previous six foot tent. Well also that it is very quiet, not fabric russling noise at all (winds have not been over 14mph). When you have had 6 different tent and take all you have learned... this will be our (your) last tent, and our kids will be fighting over it for decades to come. The only question left is whether we will lend it out to them (for the time being (NO)). Thanks for the great design and workmanship - Rob