- Tipi Tents
- Wood Stoves
- Lightweight Packs
- Hot Tent Combos
The Six Person Lightweight Tipi is roomy and storm worthy. Great for family camping, late season hunting, or winter adventures. It is capable of sleeping up to six with minimal gear, or three people with a stove. Made in Grand Junction, Colorado, USA
Includes: Tent, Stuff Sacks, Aluminum Center Pole, Aluminum Stakes, Seam Sealer, Large Stove, Half Liner, Stove Pipe , Storage bags
Optional: Screens, Colors
The Half Liner provides a barrier effectively making one side a double wall tent. For a complete double wall shelter add another half liner. The liner is made from lightweight, breathable, water repellent fabric. This keeps frost or condensation away from the occupants.
For best results we recommend seam-sealing your tent, we include a tube of McNett Silnet with every tent and you can buy extra from us as well. You can do it at home or have us do it for you (adds 2-3 weeks)
For a 6 person you will probably want to buy at least one extra tube
We use Cordura spec Ultralight silicone impregnated 30 Denier ripstop nylon with a Hydrostatic Head rating of 3000 MM. Strong and Light, this is a high performance fabric.
The 6 man Tipi was amazing in the back country! I carried it in my pack along with all of my gear, 2000' vertical accent and decent. Three guys and our gear fit in the tipi comfortably, the half liner was very nice to keep us dry in the event someone bumped into the side wall while standing up. We spent two nights in the mountains and carried the tent right to where we shot and Elk. Taking the tent with us saved a lot of back tracking. Because of the rain the biggest problem we had was finding dry wood. I learned to take plenty of good fire starters. Once the fire was started the stove would heat the tent very quickly. Eric on 2nd Nov 2016
This tent bundle is exactly what i have been looking for. I have taken the tent to colorado for 10 day DYI Elk hunt, and 3 Weekend camping trips. At first it was tought to get used to setting it up, and getting the set backs just right. Time and practice helped with this. Took sometime to get used to having no floor but, its way better than sweeping out your floored tent all the time. We use Lowes House wrap ( Tyvek ) to put our pads on, and have no problem with ground moisture. While in Colorado we were in 6 hail storms, and the tent held up very well with no problems, We experianced one leak and it was in a horrible rain storm, and it only leaked at the zipper, maybe the outter flap was not covering it? Love the liner, dont have to worry about accidently touching the walls and getting wet. If i had more than 2 people in the tent i would definatly get the other half of the liner. Me and my buddy spent 10 days in the tent hunting, with all our gear and the stove setup we had plenty of room to spare. I would say comfortably with a stove and all your packs and hunting gear 3 to 4 people would be best. i would prefer 3. The stove is pretty slick, sets up in no time, and is easy to use. Learning curve on setting the dampner just right for maximum burn time on your wood, but once you figure it out, controlling the temp in the tent is a breeze. The SXL stove is a great size, if you get a good bed of coals going you can load it up with a few good sized pieces and set the dampner just right you can get 45 min to an hour burn time easily. Once the fire goes out the temp will drop in minutes. this tent does not hold heat from the stove in for long periods of time. Over all i am so happy with this purchase. expensive yes but definatly worth it. Buy once cry once. Mike on 9th Sep 2016
Love, love, love the tipi living. Just returned from eight days in the adirondacks wilderness. Traditional camp was a 12x12 canvas wall tent until this year when I figured we would leave the 75 pounds of canvas, corner poles, center pole and 10 pounds of various lashing cordage back in the gear shed. Everything about your product worked out flawlessly. It was warm and inviting every evening and the large stove was ever ready to fire up and keep the cold at bay. It beat the lake effect winds with ease and shed early season snows and freezing rain without a hitch. The floorless design was great and no more worries about sweeping out pine needles every couple days. Three grown men living in the 6 man was no problem. I found that the large stove was an efficient burner and got about two or more hours out of a stoke of 2 to 3 inch pieces of wood. In temperatures around 18 degrees we were more than warm and a few nights I found myself sleeping on top of my sleeping bag instead of in it.
To sum things up I am ever so happy I did my research and chose the seek outside line of shelter. I will be a return customer without question.
Thanks much and happy trails!
Jason Jason Yanvary on 24th Oct 2015