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Looking for added peace of mind during extended tent stays? Consider our tent fly, a tin roof for Snowtrekker® tents. Although not necessary to remain dry, this 7 oz waterproof material shines in its ability to shed snow.
For those of you who plan on base-camping in areas with high potential for heavy snow, you can rest assured that it will not be accumulating on your tent all day and all night.
In addition to improving snow-shedding abilities, the tent fly adds a level of efficiency to your woodstove by providing an insulating layer between the inside of the tent and the howling wind outside.
Wonder which of the tent flies have stove jack openings and which ones have dog eared/cut off corners so the pipe slips past? Well, here you go!
Dog Eared Corners:
Shortwalls (EXCEPT the 8x10), Basecamps and Outfitters
Stove Jack Hole Openings in the Fly:
Crews, Mega Crews, and the High Country
The 8x10 Shortwall tent has the stove jack opening on the right side of the tent when facing the tent. It has a stove jack opening in the tent fly.
Snowtrekker's magnetic surface thermometer is specially calibrated to measure temperatures on single-wall stovepipes. It shows safe flue temperatures at a glance. Rich black porcelain enamel with classic design featuring white and red temperature zones. Rugged steel case for long life.View
When suspended under our stoves, our heat reflectors [made from aluminized fiberglass cloth] virtually eliminate radiant heat from the bottom of the stove. The material, aluminized fiberglass cloth, is light and rolls up easily to fit inside your stove for transport. When combined with our stove hearth, you can greatly reduce the melting of snow and ice under your stove. This is especially nice when you set up camp on lake ice.View