Redcliff - Stove - Half Liner Bundle

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Lightweight Backpacking
Group Backpacking
8-10 lbs
Occupancy With Stove:
Nest or Liner Available:
Half Nest
Nest or Liner Available:
Half Liner
3 weeks
LT-Redcliff - Olive Green, With Door Screens:
3 weeks
LT-Redcliff - Olive Green, No Door Screens:
3 weeks
LT-Redcliff - Brown, With Door Screens:
3 weeks
LT-Redcliff - Brown, No Door Screens:
3 weeks
LT-Redcliff Half Liner:
3 weeks
LT-Titanium Wood Stove - Large:
3 weeks
LT-Titanium Wood Stove - SXL:
3 weeks
LT-Redcliff Half Liner:
3 weeks
LT-Carbon Fiber Pole:
3 weeks
LT-Factory Seam Sealing:
1 week

The Redcliff is a hybrid tipi & pyramid shelter.  It is a floorless shelter that has slightly less floor space than the Six Person Tipi, and is a bit shorter, but due to the shape is faster to pitch, lighter weight, and still sleeps three with a stove or six without a stove.  The Redcliff handles terrible weather really well.

This package includes a stove of your choice plus a half liner that effectively turns half the shelter into a double wall tent, eliminating condensation drips.

All of our gear uses the best fabrics and materials we can source, is made in-house by experts at their craft, and is backed by our outstanding warranty.  

Handmade in Grand Junction, CO.



  • Brown - brighter,
  • Green - more muted, blends well


  • Screens cannot be added after the shelter is built.
  • Screens add 8 oz.
  • If you prefer total bug protection (spiders, ticks, mosquitoes) then add a nest


  • Large is 5 oz lighter than the SXL.
  • SXL fire box is 2.25" wider than Large.
  • Decision: SXL accepts larger wood (less wood prep), and throws more heat, but comes at a 5 oz weight penalty.


  • Dual zippered doors with storm flaps
  • Single peak vent
  • Stove jack with rain flap
  • 6" Sod skirt for sealing out drafts
  • Ultra robust stake loops - big enough for cut or improvised stakes, twist a time or two to tighten up on standard stakes
  • Interior hang loops for tying clothes line or hanging gear
  • External guyout loops - use to steepen walls, or pitch the shelter down in tight spots


  • Titanium Construction
  • Intake Control
  • Damper & Integrated Spark Arrestor
  • Sliding Door
  • Easy Assembly




  • Combo Weight:
    • Complete with Large Stove -  138 oz / 8 lbs 10 oz
    • Complete with SXL Stove - 143 oz / 8 lbs 15 oz
    • Dual Screens add 8 oz
  • Tipi Weight:
    • Canopy - 55 oz / 3 lb 7 oz
    • Complete weight - canopy, stakes, carbon pole - 78 oz / 4 lb 14 oz
  • Tipi Dimensions:
    • Height 6' 10″
    • 102" by 156" footprint (corner to corner), 130" by 178" center to center
    • 132 sq ft
  • Stove Weights
    • Large Complete with damper, legs, hardware, and storage bag is 35oz / 2 lb 3 oz
    • SXL Complete with damper, legs, hardware, and storage bag is 40 oz / 2 lb 8 oz
    • Stove Pipe - 2 oz / foot - 7.5 ft = 15 oz


  • Sleeps 6 without stove
  • Sleeps 3 with stove
  • Sleeps 2-3 ultralight short cots with a stove
  • Need one size smaller?  See the 4 Person Combo
  • Need one size bigger?  See the 6 Person Combo


  • Stove
    • Large or SXL Titanium Wood Stove, your choice.
    • 7.5 feet of roll up titanium stovepipe
    • Pipe rings
    • Damper
    • Spark Arrestor
    • Intake Control
    • Storage Bag
  • Redcliff
    • Shelter canopy
    • Stove jack with rain flap
    • Carbon Pole - 5 sections
    • 12 stakes
    • Enough seam sealer to seal the shelter and have some left over.
    • Stuff Sacks
  • Half Liner
    • Liners turn half the shelter into a double wall tent, eliminating condensation drips.
    • Add a second liner and line the entire shelter, except the area under the doors.  Adds 9.5 oz.


The Redcliff is a rectangle based structure and is therefore easy to pitch.

  • Pick your sleeping area and desired door location - this dictates how you pitch the shelter.
  • Stake the four corners in a rectangle, making sure the angles are as square and true as possible.  Do not overstretch the fabric or you will result in a bell shape at the bottom that reduces interior space.
  • Make sure vent is open or closed, stovejack is open or closed, as desired. (Harder to reach once pole is up)
  • Insert the pole and raise the shelter.
  • Stake out the doors.
  • Stake out the seams near the doors.
  • Use the guylines on each end to stabilize and increase interior space.


For best results we recommend seam-sealing your tent.  You can do it at home or have us do it for you (adds 2-3 weeks)(if we seal the shelter it will be shipped without extra tubes of sealant):

Seam Sealing Service

  • The Redcliff Person includes enough seam sealer to seal the entire tipi with a tube left over.  
  • Seal the outside seams, but do it from the inside - pitching the tipi inside out allows you to reach all of the seams.  
  • The easy way to seal is to run a thin bead of sealant along the seam, then press it in with a finger, wiping the excess on a paper towel.
  • Alternatively, you can use an acid brush from a hardware store to spread the sealant.



The most common questions we get about hot tents are:

  • How do you not burn the tent down?  
    • The stove jack is a high temp fiberglass material rated to several thousand degrees.  The tent material never touches the hot pipe.  You can get pinholes from floating embers, but a small dab of silicone seals the pinhole and doesn't hurt the shelter.
  • How does a floorless shelter work in wet weather?
    • Really darn well.  Don't pitch in a depression obviously, but the ground inside dries out quickly, and it's super convenient to just walk in with muddy shoes (or dogs) and not worry about getting your floor dirty.
  • What about condensation?
  • What about carbon monoxide?
    • It's truly not a concern.  We include a peak vent, plus the shelter will draw air through the zipper and under the sod skirt.  If you're still concerned, leave a door unzipped 8" or so at the bottom to allow more venting.



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  • 5
    Great Gear by Great People

    Posted by Brien on 19th Sep 2018

    I have both a tipi (Redcliff bundle) and backpack (Goshawk), they are excellently made and have made it possible for me to confidently strike out into the backcountry on late season hunts where weather, temperature, and weight are all important factors. This tent is great any season and recently stood up to heavy winds in the Wind River Range with zero issues. I highly recommend the product. I'd also like to point out that the folks at Seek Outside are great people with a deep commitment to conservation and our public lands. It's great knowing that I'm buying great gear from folks who share these values.

  • 5
    Great Tent

    Posted by Don C on 11th Sep 2018

    I just spent a week in this tent while elk hunting in Idaho. The nights made it down in the 30s and the stove was great. I spent one night without the liner and awoke to a lot of condensation. The liner made a dramatic improvement and all went well. The stove performs like any regular wood stove and I was glad to have it. Well done.

  • 5
    Redcliff Stove Half Liner

    Posted by Don C on 7th Apr 2018

    Our first adventure in the tent went great, plenty of room for two, gear and a large Golden Retriever. A breeze to set up and we used the stove just break it in and it was extremely warm. This tent is quality and I look forward to testing it in some foul weather.

  • 5
    Great backpacking tent/stove combo

    Posted by Joe on 20th Oct 2017

    - Purchased the Redcliffe two weeks before I was going elk hunting in Wyoming. I wanted the screens sewn in on both doors and added some extra things. The customer service was probably one of the best experiences I have ever had dealing with a company. I made a couple of phone calls and sent a few emails back and forth before I placed my order and also after my order was placed and everyone I talked to was very helpful.

    - Arrival - The tent arrived way faster then I thought it was going to. My order was for the tent, sxl stove, two liners, and two ground tarps. Everything was in the package and arrived in great shape.

    - First setup - Now to be fair, I set up a lot of tents in all kinds of weather and have been doing so for a long time. Also my father has the cimmaron, so I had an idea of what to expect. After opening all of the packages like it was christmas in September, I started setting everything up.

    I had the tent up, with the help of my wife, in about 5 minutes. I do not know of a tent that is more easy to setup. Possibly one of the tipi styles, but for the room you get in the red cliff I do not think you can go wrong.

    After the tent was setup I installed the liners inside of it as I was planning on packing it with the liners installed. This process took about 5 minutes also. Everything is very well thought out.

    After the stove was burnt in, I went ahead and installed it in the tent and started a fire inside of the stove. Testing all of this new equipment out before I left for my back packing trip.

    My wife and I then seem sealed the tent. They sent us 3 tubes of the seam seal, but I do not think we used a full one.

    Now for the true test. Our first night in the tent was a low of 10 degrees. We set up the liner on one side of the tent, put out our sleeping bags and sleeping pads and started the stove up. Within 15 minutes of the stove running our thermometer was reading 65 degrees. It also snowed on us the first night and we did not even know it was snowing till the next morning when we got out of the tent.

    - Thoughts -
    1. Make sure you find the four corners first. I missed a corner one time setting it up cause I was not paying attention, and the tent turns into a different shape. Took 2 minutes to re stake it out, so not a big deal. I then marked the corners on my tent, so I knew which ones I wanted first.

    2. I would order the liners. You may not always need them, but when it is the kind of temps we get in Wyoming winters and you are going to be running the stove they are great. It also keeps the condensation from dripping on you or your gear.

    3. A possible third liner over one of the doors that you are not going to be using would not be a bad idea. I am ordering another one after I finish this review.

    4. I personally would put some dirt on the skirt of the tent. Close off the cold air that can come in around the bottom of the tent. The first night we did not do this and it was fine, but the second night we did put dirt on the skirt and the tent stayed much warmer.

    This is my new favorite tent and will get used a lot. The stove jack is amazing, the tent weighs nothing at all, and the setup is so fast, I do not think it could get any easier.

    I will post some pictures after I figure out how to.

  • 5
    beautiful product

    Posted by clint on 21st Sep 2017

    great stove, awsome shelter and great supporting equipment.

  • 5
    Better than expected.

    Posted by Doug W. on 22nd Jul 2017

    I bought this tent for fishing trips on the Olympic Peninsula and hunting in Eastern Oregon. It's been on five trips to the OP now; one winter, three spring, and one summer. I was pretty nervous about condensation because of the wet climate but the stove takes care of that. The liner is all but required in cold or wet weather. In the summer a candle at night kept the condensation minimal. The shape of the tent definitely makes a difference for interior room. Really easy and straight forward to set up. Very spacious for sleeping. It really is the most comfortable you can be in the backcountry. There is plenty of room for my wife, toddler, and two dogs on family car camping trips. Four people with gear and a stove is still comfortable but I wouldn't go past four when using the stove. I've been camping my whole life and now that I have a hot tent I'm not sure how I ever managed cold weather camping before. It's great being able to dry out at the end of the day. Just make sure you light the stove and let it get rid of some of the ground moisture before you really move in or you'll be in a sauna for a while. This tent is actually pretty big and finding a good spot to set it up can be a challenge sometimes. Overall I'm extremely impressed with the quality of the tent and SO's customer service is great. I can't wait to try it out in the snow this winter!

  • 5

    Posted by James Staiti on 7th Jun 2017

    Just purchased the Redcliff-large-stove-half-liner-bundle. My own fault for waiting to long to order it lead time was 2-3 weeks. I had planed a scout trip for deer on Memorial weekend which was a week and a half away I told them. They came threw! it was there there the morning just before I left. As far as the tent awsome! Stove better then I expected! The only thing I didn't like at the camp was everyone had to stop and ask me about it . I should get commission as salesman for Seek . Love the tent and they did too! Can't wait to try it Elk hunting!

  • 5
    Awesome shelter

    Posted by Unknown on 9th Nov 2016

    Purchased my redcliff heated bundle late this summer and have used it on hunting trips 4 times in Northern MN in temps down to low 30s. So far I'm very pleased. The tent is quick and easy to set up once you get the hang of it. I've slept 2 and a dog and 3 + gear very comfortably. 4 and late season gear would be tough in my opinion but probably doable. Without the stove no problem. The liner is great for managing condensation which can build up on cold nights, I'll probably get one for the other side. The stove is easy to use and heats the shelter very well. This is my first seek outside purchase and I did a ton if research. I'm very satisfied and can't wait to do some winter camping.