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Home of Jack Kirkham's Original Canvas Tent Designs Established 1961 - Salt Lake City, Utah | All Tents Ship with a $50 Flat Rate Home of Jack Kirkham's Original Canvas Tent Designs - Salt Lake City, Utah - Since 1961 | All Tents Ship with a $50 Flat Rate

Tent/Stove Compatibility & Safety

Tent/Stove Compatibility

The only stove compatible Springbar Tents are the Classic Jack 140 and our Traditional Wall Tents.

The Classic Jack 140, Zip-In Stove Jack Accessory, and other required components, have been specifically design to work together as part of the Springbar ‘Hot Tent’ System.

Download the Instructions, Safety Guide, & Liability Waiver Here

We do not recommend altering existing Springbar tents, such as the Highline Series or Classic Jack 100, to accommodate a wood burning stove.

Altering your Springbar tent by installing the Winnerwell Flashing Kit or any other stove jack modification will void any warranty on your Springbar Tent and user accepts all responsibility for the correct installation and safe use of a Winnerwell Stove or any other wood burning stove in your tent.

Please reach out us by email if you have any questions regarding stove compatibility with your tent at

Fire Safety

KEEP FIRE AWAY FROM CANVAS. The tent canvas used in Springbar® Tents will burn if exposed to an open flame. Never allow the tent canvas to be in contact with an open flame and ensure proper clearances are maintained at all times from campfires or stoves.

Due to the harsh nature of fire retardant chemicals which have been shown to adversely affect the environment and individuals, Springbar® does not apply a fire retardant treatment to its canvas fabrics. Some states (CA, LA, MA, MI, MN, NJ, NY) have restrictions on sales of tents without a fire retardant treatment. Most involve sales to groups and usage in commercial applications. We recommend you check for specific restrictions in your area prior to ordering any Springbar® Tent. That said, in over a half century of manufacturing tents with our cotton canvas fabrics, with no incident to our knowledge involving a fire hazard, we feel our fabrics do not pose any significant safety risk when used in conjunction with common sense.