Easy to Pitch
Sibley Tents can be pitched in roughly 10 minutes by just one person. Simply stake out the floor, push up the poles, then stake and tension the guy lines.
Hunter's choice for canvas tents
CanvasCamp has been manufacturing Sibley Bell Tents for 20 years – improving on the geometry of the original and incorporating modern materials and thoughtfully designed features for four season performance in a wide variety of environments. The Sibley ProTech Series has been designed specifically with hunters in mind – burlier canvas, 360 degrees of ventilation, heavy duty flooring, even the poles, stakes, and guy ropes are beefier. In this review we’ll dive deep into the specifics of what hunters love about the Sibley Tent:
Timeless design, modern materials, and quality craftmanship has made CanvasCamp the tent maker of choice for serious hunters. In anticipation of big game season sportsmen are invited to take 5% off select Sibley Tents while supplies last - see more details at the bottom of this page. Scroll down learn more about what makes the Sibley Bell Tent the best canvas tent for hunting in 2021.
Canvas tents have long been the shelter of choice for hunters, soldiers, guides, and mountain men. High quality canvas is durable, breathable, and naturally waterproof – a few of the many reasons why canvas tents rule. Serious outdoorsmen agree that canvas is the best tent material for basecamps, but dad’s old wall tent misses the mark when it comes to performance and usability. Modern hunters are upgrading to the Sibley Bell Tent– CanvasCamp’s reboot of a teepee inspired US military design with a long history of proven performance in the field.
The shed-like shape of wall tents make them relatively easy to manufacture – and therefore widely available. The structural integrity of the tent rests solely on the pole frame. Wall tents of old relied on long straight timber poles – which were generally cut from (and left in) the immediate area surrounding camp - the canvas was the only portion that needed to be transported.
In a misguided attempt to improve portability, modern wall tents now rely on modular pole systems that are both heavy, complicated, and time consuming to set up. More poles, ropes, stakes, and joints are added to the structure as the tents scale up to compensate for the forces of wind and weather that catch the large flat sails that form the walls and the roof. If you’ve ever used a wall tent for your hunt camp you know how much time making and breaking camp takes away from scouting, glassing, and hunting.
Hunters are now rediscovering the Sibley Tent – a tent design that has been around since 1856 when Colonel Henry Hopkins Sibley patented his version of the native American teepee. The cone shaped canvas and single center pole make the Sibley easy to pitch and pack, and extremely wind and weather resistant. Unlike the wall tent – Sibley Tents rely on tensile strength and thus require the precision craftsmanship of an experienced tentmaker. Accept no substitues! Scroll down to learn more about what makes the Sibley Tent the tent of choice for hunters.
One of the most important factors in ensuring a successful hunt is location. Setting yourself up with a solid basecamp to launch from gives you the ability to hunt longer and harder. Making and breaking camp quickly is crucial for hunters. The Sibley Tent is easy to use - giving you the ability to get in, get on the animals, and get out.
Adapting to changing weather conditions is essential for any sportsman. A seasoned outdoorsman will tell you “there’s no bad weather, only bad clothing” – the same holds true for tents. Any quality canvas tent should keep you dry, but the Sibley Tent has been designed for more than just waterproofing. Sibley Tents are packed with features to keep you and your gear camping comfy in sun, wind, rain, snow, mud, sticks, and mosquitos.
The Sibley ProTech comes with everything you need to set up camp right out of the box. It’s also compatible with a range of purpose-built Sibley accessories that enable you to dial in your set up for specific environment. From wood burning tent stoves for freezing temperatures chasing elk in Colorado, to Sibley Flys for prolific rain in the Pacific North West: Sibley Tents can be geared up with everything you need and nothing you don’t.
Some of the best hunting takes place when there’s snow on the ground – animals are easy to track in snow and hunter density drops considerably in areas far from the nearest hunting cabin. Sibley Tents are designed for use in winter conditions – extending your season and increasing your odds of filling the freezer.
So you want to buy a Sibley canvas tent for hunting… Start with choosing the right size tent for your intended use. Compare size, capacity, footprint, height clearance and more. Browse the Sibley Bell Tent Size Comparison Chart below to dive into the numbers and click through to the detailed product pages for a complete description of each tent.
|Diameter||3m (9ft 10in)||4m (13ft 1in)||4.5m (14ft 9in)||5m (16ft 5in)||6m (19ft 8in)||4x6m (19'8x13'1)|
|Height||190cm (6'3)||250cm (8'2)||275cm (9')||300cm (9'10)||355cm (11'8)||300cm (9'8)|
|Shop 300||Shop 400||Shop 450||Shop 500||Shop 600 DD||Shop 600 Twin|
In anticipation of the upcoming season hunters are invited to take 5% off any Sibley Bell Tent by using the discount code HuntCamp at checkout. Supplies are limited and Sibley's are selling out fast - this coupon code is only good for the next 25 purchasers - gear up before we run out!