Featuring top vents for good airflow, a chimney opening for the hot flue pipe, and a complete setup kit with tent poles, guy-lines and tent pegs.
Roam into the wild and fit your burning stove inside to keep the cold out and good vibes in.
- Material: 20D sil-coated nylon fabric that's light, durable and highly versatile, 2000mm waterproof rating with quality snag-free YKK? zippers
- Wind Resistance: Heptagon shape with reinforced stress points for an extra solid, high wind resistance
- Space Separating: Double-chamber design with space to sleep one with black orca single mesh inner tent and a front room for a "fireplace", the top opening for a hot flue pipe, 2 windows at the top for good airflow
- Stealth Camping Gear: OD-green shade for you to merge with the background and disengage completely from the city
- Weight: 4.2Ib (1900g), comes with one 5.2ft (1.65m) tent pole, 10 tent pegs and 4 guy-lines
Who Is Black Orca?
They are the same outdoor-loving souls from OneTigris specializing in camping and survival gear. Carefully crafted and heartily tested, each piece of gear from Black Orca carries a universe of beauty and possibility.
Be it a tent, a pack, or a simple tool, and with it, you shall enter the wilderness and become a part of it. Be the living wilderness.
OneTigris Black Orca IRON WALL Stove Tent
A heptagon-shaped (7-sided) single tent with a chimney opening for the lone roamer who knows how to immerse in nature and enjoy it to the max.
Featuring a classic tipi/ pyramid shape so that it's extra lightweight and easy to setup, requiring only a single trekking pole without the complicated tent-frame, and offers a solid build via its shape to stand against windy and rainy weather.
Want a light and efficient way to camp out in the wild? Teepee tents are the way to do it.
Material: 20D Silicon-coated Nylon Fabric, YKK Zippers
Net Weight: 1900g (4.2Ib)
Shipping Weight: 1900g (4.2Ib)
Dimensions: 10.5ft/ 3.2m in Diameter, 5.2ft/ 1.6m in Height
Packed: 17.7" (L) *5.5" (W) *5.5" (D)/ 45cm *14cm *14cm
Color: OD Green, Coyote Brown
Waterproof Rating: 2000mm
1. This product does NOT come with a burning stove or hot flue pipe.
2. Please purchase a stove jack to keep yourself and the campsite safe from fire hazards!
3. Set up with tent pole and leave a gap on all sides to allow airflow and prevent dew from forming on tent walls.
OneTigris Black Orca IRON WALL Stove Tent *1
Tent Stake *10
Aluminum Tent Pole *1
Compression Stuff Sack *1
Ablil small so I'ma get a bigger size but had a lot of fun with my wife camping in this tent it's much different
I unboxed and checked out the footprint. It is a roomy tent. You need to order a stove jack And you need a silcone boot for the jack. As the hole diameter on the jack is larger than some portable stove pipe. Luckily, you can DIY one. Just get a silicone collapsible cup from here or your local sporting goods retailer. Even without a floor I do not want snow or rain having easy access. I also want to keep the heat in. The stove jack should be included, as well as a silicone boot for it. This so far is my only beef. Otherwise, it seems to be an awesome tent. Time will tell.
Overall its a good tent it has no bottom but comes with an insert that keeps the bugs out. Its advertised as a 1-3 person tent but with the wood stove and gear its really a one person tent. I also agree thr stove hole placement it bad. But I am happy with it
I really like the shelter first night I had it ash from camp fire landed on it and burn a couple of holes in it (duct tape) first time setup was hard after a few setups learn how to tweak the bottom adjustments I wish I would have bought the Bakers tigerden because with the liner in side really not much room for my 2 kids and me and it does get hot inside it sweats even without a stove but I'm a bow hunter for one person it is a awesome teepee tent can't wait to get a stove and try it in winter I'm a fan of onetigris love their products I have a lot of K9 tactical for my GSD my next on my list is the Tigrisden Baker style good luck and get outside
Absolutely love this tent. The thinner material had me worried at first. After 2-3 weekends of use in tall, dry Rockie Mountain terrain, it really proved it's worth. Not a single hole to be patched yet.
I have used the inner liner every time, but kept the mesh door and outter door open for my pup to roam. Plenty of space for gear plus a stove in colder weather even with the dog (Blue Heeler for size).
Extremely light to back, little larger on size, but a good stuff sack could minimize that quite a bit. Zipper is great quality, tent stakes are a bit lacking, but I personally like larger heavier stakes.
Great purchase and favorite tent I have ever had by far.