This tent started life in Alaska about 6 years ago. It has since traveled around Alaska, Canada, and around Washington. Arctic Ovens are durable tents that can handle any climate. They have a bathtub floor, and polypropylene sides (you can lean against them and not get wet- it pulls moisture out of the tent). I've mainly used this tent for snowmobiling down to -30°, and especially in WA for tent camping when I want to be dry. Not only does it keep the water out, you can use a heater inside (it is vented), dry out wet clothes/gear, and cook inside. I like to mountain bike, snowboard, snowmobile and have a warm place to come back to. There is a stove jack for the tent for either a wood stove or propane stove. I currently use propane, vented out the chimney. For warmer months, it has two windows with mesh to create airflow. I recently sent this tent back to Alaska Tent and Tarp in AK for an inspection and to increase the window size. This tent also has the upgrade of a large 20sq.ft. vestibule This tent has the upgrade of a heavy duty canvas floor saver for inside the tent. This tent has been seem sealed both inside and out on the rain fly. For storage, this tent fits inside a tough tote. My wife and I have meticulously taken care of this investment. No smoking, no animals, no rips/tears/holes etc. We air it out after every outing, and have over $2500 into the tent. We are only selling to get a larger one for our now growing family. If you have questions, feel free to call or email. Serious inquiries only, feel free to look this tent up and all the specs on Alaska Tent and Tarp website (model Arctic Oven 8 with Vestibule). Phone number three-six-oh, two-one-nine, six-zero-zero-two.