4 Corners Shelter
**All shelters will have to be seam sealed by the end user.
Our 4 Corners Shelter or Outdoor Backcountry Shelter is a true pass-through design for someone who wants complete coverage. But have the ability to stay as light as possible with added versatility. We can give Tarp, tarps, shelter, floorless shelter, backcountry, backcountry, hiking, camping, fishing, tent, and 4 Corners Shelter.
This shelter is a true 2 man shelter that was 4ft tall, so you could use trekking poles, and is also 6ft wide to actually accommodate 2 full-grown men.
Since this is a pass-through shelter, you have the ability to leave the optional hatches at home and be a minimalist carrying just the main body in scouting season, all the way into the early season. When you know the weather is moving in, bring the hatches along to make this shelter completely enclosed. An added benefit is you can add a stove jack and stove to make this a 4 season shelter.
Just like our Bitterroot Shelter, you have the option to add a removable 3/4 floor for the people who do not want floorless.
With the ridgeline being 4ft tall, there is plenty of room to sit up in and sleep head to toe with your partner, rather than face to face with some designs.
***If the shelter is on hand, ready to ship, it will ship within 2 business days. Otherwise, the shelter is made to order and could take up to 4 weeks to be manufactured and shipped.
Outdoor backcountry Shelter
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LiteOutdoors Titanium Stove Options- All stove will come with a 5' pipe.
Weight – 2 lbs 2 oz.
- Diameter – 8.25″
- Fire Box Volume – 640 cubic inches
- Stove Pipe Diameter – 2.5″
- Cable rings for stove pipe (1 ring per 6″ of pipe)
- Stovepipe damper
- Stove body
- Front and rear finished plates
- 3 titanium rods to hold plates together
- 4 legs
- 2 protective storage bags; one for the end plates/hardware, and one for the stove body/stove pipe too.
Baffle: A baffle is a lightweight, titanium partition within the stove. It diverts the smoke and hot gasses from one side of the stove to the other side, then back again before exiting the stove pipe. This allows the hot gasses to burn completely, and also allows the stove to radiate more heat before that heat is lost up the pipe. This is the best Outdoor Backcountry Shelter.