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The Springbar® StormFly®—designed to increase the performance of any 8x10 or 10x10 Springbar® Tent in heavy wind and rain.

Compatible Tent Models:
Traveler, Vagabond, Highline 6, Classic Jack 100.

 *Contact us to check compatibility on legacy tent models no longer in production.

StormFly® Benefits:

  • Sheds rain and snow; allows you to open and vent windows during a storm.
  • Keeps the tent dryer, resulting in quicker dry times before storing your tent. Highly recommended for rainy and high humidity climates.
  • 8 guy out points with speed buckle straps increase stability in heavy wind.
  • UV protection for long term Springbar® Tent camps. Protects the cotton and extends the life of the tent.


  • Compatible with any 8x10 or 10x10 Springbar® Tent
  • Seam-sealed and PU-coated ripstop polyester is fully waterproof
  • Includes 1 StormFly®, 6 tension straps, 8 stakes, and storage bag
  • rain fly, rainfly, storm fly

Customer Reviews

Based on 242 reviews
Judith Krodel
Perfect material for a stormfly

This is lightweight material that really protects the tent in a downpour. It was pretty easy to set up. We were happy to have it when hit with unexpected rain storm.

Enrique Castro


Scott a Hoover
Customer service is the best

Quick response seen tent set it up in back yard just too try out was better than expected can't wait for vacation 😀

Stormfly 10x10 - Natural

This is a great addition to the Springbar tent and pretty easy to install. I appreciate the added zipper to secure the fly to the ridge pole; and the included speed buckle straps are easy to install and adjust. The stormfly provides extra protection--not just from rain and wind, but also from bird poop and tree sap. Hopefully it will hold up to wear and tear--I'm a little concerned about the durability of the corners that rub against the tension bars. It appears to be reinforced in the corners with a double layer of PU-coated ripstop polyester.
Maybe the corners would be better doubled with a heavy duty canvas? After a day of heavy winds (40 mph) it looks like there is already some wearing at the point the tension bar was against the fly. Time will tell, but overall I'm satisfied and would recommend!

Christopher Rudd
Storm fly is excellent

I purchased different poles for the awning that would adjust easier and lower. Allowing the awning to stay out in heavy rain. I just lower one side of the awning and send the water whatever direction I believe is better. Works great.