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Jack Kirkham’s Skyliner — our USA-Made Springbar® Hot Tent. It’s the toughest, most spacious, and most versatile Springbar® Tent we’ve ever built.

Made in USA.

*Skyliner not compatible with StormFly®.


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Weather Worthy
The beefed-up frame design and construction make the Skyliner reliable in harsh wind, rain, and snow. Note* Snowloads must be actively managed to prevent excessive weight across the roof panel.

Quick & Simple 1-person setup thanks to the Springbar® frame design.
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The easy set-up makes a canvas hot tent experience a reality for quick weekend trips.

Interior Space
140 sq. ft. living space with standing height. All new pattern maximizes livable space. Approx. 30% more interior volume than other 10'x14' Springbar® tents. Spacious for 2, comfortable for 4-6, maximum of 8 occupants.

2 large back windows, 1 large end panel window, double-wide front door for maximum ventilation and views in warm weather. Additional reverse zipper sliders allow the door to be opened top down for easy exit during the night.

Removable Stove Jack
Includes a stove jack insert and a window insert for versatility in warm or cold weather. Fire-resistant 10oz Sunforger® canvas is used on the panel where the stove jack is located.

‘Eave-style’ front and rear awnings allow windows and door to be ventilated during wet weather and provide additional guy out points for stability. Skyliner is not compatible with current portico panels or Stormfly accessories.

Stabilizer pole system for increased structure and stability in heavy weather. Zippered cord port for solar or generator. Includes 2 hanging organizers (new design) that can be setup vertically or horizontally. Gear loft features a center strap for hanging lighting (new design).


The ‘gold standard’ in cotton tent fabrics. 100% Cotton, double-fill, boat shrunk army duck canvas. (8.5oz walls, 10.1oz roof, 12oz FR on stove panel). Dyed and finished with Sunforger® in Georgia, USA for water repellency and anti-mold. Watertight, breathable, and highly durable.

Aluminum alloy poles with steel reinforcements, tempered spring steel tension rods. Machined and fabricated in Salt Lake City, USA.

40D military-grade ‘Berry Compliant’ no-see-um window mesh,
Made in USA. #10 YKK Zippers Throughout.

Heavy-duty 12oz seamless vinyl floor. Durable & fully waterproof.

Stake Loops
Steel wire stake loops with perimeter rope reinforcement.
Incredibly strong and a hallmark of genuine Springbar Tent design.
Made in Chicago, USA.

12-inch galvanized steel wedge stakes.
Made in Missouri, USA.

Size / Weight


  • 10' x 14' Footprint
  • 6' 5" Interior Height
  • Packed Tent Size: 32" x 18"
  • Packed Pole Size: 56" x 9"


  • 97 lbs. total
  • Tent Body: 56 lbs. | Pole Set: 31 lbs. | Stakes: 10 lbs.
What's included

Springbar® Skyliner includes:

  • Tent w/storage bag
  • Pole set w/storage bag
  • Steel wedge stakes x 23
  • 21oz. canvas bucket bag
  • Awning ropes x 4
  • Stove Jack Insert
  • Fair Weather Mesh Window Insert
  • Hanging organizer x 2
  • Mesh Skyloft
  • Owner’s field guide. Download the PDF

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          Since 1961

          Cut & sewn in Salt Lake City, Utah – Still building them like we used to

          Made in USA

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            Customer Reviews

            Based on 75 reviews
            Leonard Hudgins
            Great Tent

            Although I have not yet been able to go camping, I have set the tent up in my yard for the first time. The Skyliner screams quality and durability everything I was looking for. I was told before purchasing, that a Stormfly would soon be available to purchaser for the Skyliner. I hope so because it will be very helpful in keeping the Canvas dry. My biggest concern when making the decision to purchase a Canvas tent was moisture. Please make a good Stormfly for this Tent.

            Daniel Young
            A winter in Quartzite w/ a Skyliner

            Pros: Very easy to set up. Took longer to stake it out than pitch it. Stakes provided worked great in the rocky soil. Sturdy in the wind, but flapped quite a bit so it was noisy.

            It rained a good bit and for the most part, the tent did not leak. Very well stitched except for the door panel (see Cons). Stove jack worked well, tho water came into the stove via the pipe (not Springbar's fault). Tent is well designed and shed rain well. The white roof was nice for ambient light.

            Cons: Springbar must put a storm flap over the main zipper! If you use the awning poles to steady up the walls, rain goes right thru the zipper. It leaked multiple times during the winter wind/rain storms in the desert.

            Please start drilling drain holes in the rubber caps on the upright poles. If not, water collects in the poles.

            The ventilation suffers from the tiny window when the stovejack is removed. If I were to do it again, I would have bought the Coyote for this alone.

            The awning is a bit skimpy, and one of the poles actually bent during one of the wind storms when used to stiffen the walls using the supplied grommets.

            The main door in mine has uneven stitching near the bottom on both sides which causes the door not to drape properly.

            All in all, I'd give it a four out of five as a tent but for a 10x14 tent costing $2000, I sure would have liked a five.

            This tent was set up for 3 months. I would have greatly benefitted from a storm fly and the side pavilion pieces.

            Thanks for reading.

            Jeremy Olson

            By far the most simple tent to set for its size and spacious. And does real well in high wind better than I thought it would!!

            Steve Calgary
            The beast!!!

            Ordered this beast with the nomad large stove and picked it up at the border and set it up in the backyard in a snowstorm that night. Straightforward setup and solid as a rock when guyed out. Still raining and snowing here on night two. Have been working so haven’t been around all day and it’s managed extremely well. Been using a roof rake to manage the snow in the mornings and running a fire at night to warm the tent. Kids love it, lots of room for family of 5 with 2 cots and the fireplace. Looking forward to this snow/rain ending to dry and clean this out for many years of camping adventures to come! Well done

            Oliver Matthews
            Excellent Tent

            The tent has worked great for my Duck Valley spring fishing trip this year. The weather can vary from sunshine to snow and did but my tent kept me warm and dry. The stove addition is amazing for cold mornings and returning from a day of fishing.