- Cimarron Tent
- Carbon Fiber Adjustable Pole
- Stove Jack Installed
- Medium Stove 6 ft of pipe
- 10 Aluminum stakes
- A tube of silnet
The Cimarron is an ultralight 4 person (without a stove) pyramid style tent with subtle angles that is comfortable for two when using a stove and compatible with either of our 2 person nests.
Dual entry, single vent, stove jack optional
The Cimarron makes very effective use of space. The footprint is such that it can still be used on many campground pads where space is often limited. The tent itself is closest to a slightly rectangular pyramid, and sets up almost exactly the same as a pyramid, but with less wasted space. Slight tipi styling reduces flat sidedness and maximizes space. 4 adults can sleep across without a stove, and two adults can sleep length wise very comfortably. Dual side entrance design allows the tent to be used in many non conventional pitches when terrain, need or desires dictate.
Naming: The Cimarron mountains are a group of rugged peaks in southwestern Colorado, know for their terrific fall color, and exceptional trout fishing. The Cimarron river flows on the east side of the range into the Gunnison River which is famous for it's gold medal waters. Cimarron is also the Cheyenne word for "Wild" or "Wild One" and can also mean "Free Spirited". Where will your Cimarron take you?
Requires 6 stakes, can use 8 or 10. Stakes included
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):
- Dual entrances with storm flap and dual pulls allow additional peak venting
- Single Apex Vent
- Compatable with either 2 person nest
- Sod Skirt
- Height 68 - 72 inches
- Width 8' 6" (Max 9' 6 "ft center)
- Length 9'6" (11' 8" ft max center)
- Canopy Weight 38 ounces, total weight of package is 98 oz.
- Sq FT ~94
- All stoves will work fine. A medium will be fine for basic heat.
- Stove pipe: 6 ft - 6.5 ft
Does the Cimarron have interior hang loops for drying ?
At the Apex there are some loops, however the method we prefer is a prusik knot on the pole for both drying heavy gear and attaching a nest. The prusik on a pole method provides better shelter canopy integrity
Why doesn't the Cimarron have corner guy outs ?
The Cimarron is not a normal pyramid / mid shelter like others have produced before. It has slight shaping and a different seam construction that provides better seam integrity and less stretch at the corners. We do put guy outs where they make sense and provide a usability and performance benefit. In our testing, and due to the way the Cimarron is designed we feel corner guy out locations are a detriment not a benefit.
The least expensive and lightest is a pole extender for a trekking pole, however the trekking pole needs to be a standard use trekking pole with a max height of at least 52 inches. An REI aluminum tarp pole is inexpensive and effective, but the pointed end must be used in the ground side. Our Cimarron carbon pole with aluminum adjuster is the lightest dedicated pole option we offer and very robust.
Our new dedicated Cimarron nest fits well in half the tent, leaving room for a stove.
Ultralight silicone impregnated 30 Denier Cordura fabric with a Hydrostatic head rating of 3000 MM. Strong and Light this is a high performance fabric.