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    Constructed from 30 Denier Nylon 6.6 Ripstop, the Redcliff shelter is a durable and lightweight option for 3 to 6 people who need a standing height tent. Its floorless design makes it possible to use a wood stove inside, but you can add a nest for a bucket floor and mesh screen. Its rectangular shape makes it easy to set up and provides excellent protection against bad weather. Handmade in Grand Junction, CO.

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    • Sod Skirt:  A sod skirt is a protective barrier that hangs down from the bottom of the tent walls to keep out dirt, debris, and insects. It can also help to insulate the tent and prevent wind from blowing underneath. 
    • Dual Zippered Doors With Rain Flaps: The dual zippered doors on the Redcliff provide easy access to the interior from either side. The doors feature rain flaps to keep water from entering the tent even in wet weather conditions. 
    • Stove Jack With Rain Flap: A stove jack is a specialized opening in the tent that allows you to safely use a wood stove or other heating source inside. The stove jack on this tent is equipped with a rain flap to keep water from entering the tent through the opening.
    • Peak Vent: The peak vent is a small opening located at the top of the tent that allows for air circulation and ventilation. This helps to prevent condensation from building up inside the tent and keeps the air fresh and breathable. The peak vent can be opened or closed depending on your preference and weather conditions.
    • Hang Loops: The Redcliff comes with hang loops that allow you to hang gear and accessories inside the shelter, keeping your items off the ground and within easy reach. These loops are the attachment points for the Redcliff Liners
    • Six Guyout Points: Guyout points are loops located on the upper outside of the tent that allow you to anchor it securely to the ground. The six guyout points on this tent provide additional stability and prevent it from shifting or collapsing in high winds or inclement weather. 


    • Sleeps 6 without stove
    • Sleeps 3 with stove
    • Sleeps 2-3 ultralight short cots with a stove
    • Need one size smaller?  See the Cimarron
    • Need one size bigger?  See the 8 Person Tipi
    • Similar size in a tipi shape?  See the 6 Person Tipi


      • Canopy: 55 oz / 3 lb 7 oz
      • Complete weight - canopy, stakes, carbon pole - 83 oz / 5 lb 3 oz 
        • Door screens add 8 oz
      • Height: 6' 10″
      • Width: 8' 6" (10' 10" center to center)
      • Length: 13' (14' 10" center to center)
      • Square Feet: 132
      • Square Feet Sitting Area (height above 36"): 41 
      • Square Feet Standing Area (height above 6 ft):



    Tent Fabric
    • 30 Denier Nylon 6.6 Ripstop
      • 3000 mm hydrostatic head
      • 33% more abrasion resistant than nylon 6
      • Ripstop woven, Silicone coated
    Stove Jack
    • Silicone-coated Fiberglass
      • 3,000 f melting point
      • Tear and heat resistant material
    Peak Cone 
    • VX42 Xpac, Dyneema
      • 2 layered fabrics for extreme tear strength
      • Fray and Abrasion Resistant



    • Carbon Pole - 5 sections 
    • 6 twisted stakes and 6 standard stakes.
    • Silnet Seam Sealer



    1. Choose where you want to sleep and where you want the door to be.
    2. Stake the corners of the shelter in a rectangle shape, ensuring that the angles are as square and true as possible. Avoid overstretching the fabric to prevent a bell-shaped bottom that reduces interior space.
    3. Make sure the vent and stovejack are open or closed as desired before raising the pole, as they may be harder to reach once the pole is up.
    4. Insert the pole and raise the shelter.
    5. Stake out the doors.
    6. Connect and tension the guylines to stabilize and increase interior space


    1. To seal the shelter, pitch it normally and seal the outside seams.
    2. You can run a thin bead of sealant along the seam, press it in with a finger, and wipe away excess on a paper towel.
    3. Alternatively, you can use an acid brush from a hardware store to spread the sealant.
    Seam Sealing Service


    Temperature Rating
      • We use high temp silicone coated fiberglass material, rated to several thousand degrees, for the stove jack. The tent material never touches the hot pipe. If there are any pinholes from floating embers, they can be sealed with a small dab of silicone without damaging the shelter.
    Condensation Carbon Monoxide
      • Carbon monoxide is not a concern in these shelters due to the peak vent and air flow from the zipper and sod skirt. If necessary, leave a door unzipped for more venting



    Is the 6 Person Tipi larger than the Redcliff?
      • The 6 person tipi has more floor area, but the ergonomics of the Redcliff make it feel more spacious. Because the Redcliff is designed around a rectangular floor area, the Redcliff may feel more spacious than the circular floor plan of the 6 person tipi
    Can I run a stove with the half nest?
      •  Yes! The Cimarron/ Redcliff half nest will work while using a stove. This is a great option for those that want a bucket floor and bug netting while using a stove inside the Redcliff

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    Defects in manufacturing and material for the practical lifetime of the product. Damage due to wear and tear or misuse will be repaired for a reasonable charge.