DescriptionThe Cimarron is the classic pyramid shelter reimagined and redefined. It's large enough for up to four people during an early-season hunt or two during a late-season hunt with an added stove. Carefully built from top quality, resilient 30 Denier Cordura Nylon, the Cimarron is great in the wind, rain, or snow. Dual entrances with storm flaps make is a perfect fit for a small group. Built-in sod skirt keeps any unwanted debris or snow out. It pitches fast and easy and will be a reliable shelter for nearly any hunt regardless of the season or conditions. The Cimarron comes with a stove jack and can be pitched with linked trekking poles or Seek Outside carbon fiber center pole.
Fantastic tent and stove combo. I live and hunt in Montana and these shelters prove to be worth the money for hunting, camping, and river trips.
I w been a floor tent backpacker/Hunter for most of my life and never realized how great a flourless shelter could be. The cimarron is great for 2 with a stove or awesome for 1 with a stove. Lots of room, great quality.
If it's cold, wet, snowy or a combo of all three, there is nothing better than getting in here with a stove at the end of the day. Used it both in the backcountry and at the truck this season and it was wonderful. Imagine not having to just sit there exhausted in your driver's seat warming up but hanging out with you buddies inside, having a beer and drying off your boots next to the stove. It's great.
Without a stove it's super light, easy to set-up and ultra stable. I still run an UL backpacking tent (Copper Spur II) from time to time but this is a great 2nd option depending on the terrain and weather.
This is a solid tent, I used it the first time this weekend, the weather was torrential downpour at times, definitely seam seal it because I did not and it did leak along the seams.
I did have issues setting up the footprint at first getting it square, a little practice will solve this though.
The only reason I give this a 4 star is the fact that the loops for the stakes are a bit large and the wind kept blowing the tent over. I ended up tying para-cord to the loops and making smaller holes for the stakes to barely fit through for a tight fit around the stake. I broke 4 of the stakes that come with it and bent 3. I will be purchasing better stakes now. After driving the stakes in they are nearly impossible to pull out by hand.
I Pitched with a 2-1/2" round tree trunk about 6' long, and used the cut off branches to hang gear, so no real need for the tent poles.
Other than that the tent is very light, and seems durable enough for my abuse, as I am hard on my gear anyway.
I would recommend it with some slight modifications.
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