Megahorn XL Tipi (8P) Hot Tent with Stove Jack

Luxe Outdoor

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The Megahorn XL is a decagon shaped teepee tent designed for cold weather base camping and backcountry hunting. A lightweight winter substitute for a wall or outfitter tent. The outer tent sleeps up to 8 people as a fully functional floorless shelter with included removable floor. This tent provides protection from very heavy rain, it is fully portable and easy to set up.  It also offers a stove jack port that can be opened and used with a portable tent wood stove or the option to run a chimney through the center using a tent protector sleeve.

Megahorn XL Tipi Hot Tent with Hunter

About Waterproof Outer Tent

This floorless outer tent has double doors and waterproof fabric to keep rain off you. Then add a groundsheet or an optional inner tent (which keeps bugs out and groundwater out), for an additional cost, or use included removable floor.  

Additionally, this teepee comes with retractable snow skirting (near the ground), for those nasty storms. Perfect for a cold weather camping trip! 

Megahorn XL Tipi Video

 

More: Megahorn XL User Guide Video

Included Removable Tent Floor

This shelter includes a removable buckle-in tent floor which you can leave at home to reduce weight, or fold back for a large tent stove.

Megahorn XL Tipi Removable Floor

Stove Jack for Tent Wood Stove

The Megahorn XL comes with a stove jack and rain cover, so that the pipe from a wood stove can exit a vent in the livable area of the tent.

This stove jack port is super versatile! It is a 14" x 10" rectangle made of cuttable silicone fiberglass fabric, surrounded by velcro fabric that you can seal when it is not in use so that your tent stays weatherproof.  Out-of-the-box the stove jack port is an oval shape that is 3" x 6" with a hole flap that can create a closure as small as 3" x 2", which can be cut up to 5” with scissors.  

We suggest using a wood stove system with the total height of 9.5' for potential sparks and smoke clearance.

This hot tent shelter also features a large sealable chimney cap that can be partially opened or removed, at the very top of the teepee. Here a stove pipe with a protective sleeve (if you would like to install a stove near the center pole) or wood fire smoke can exit the top hole of the shelter. 

Megahorn XL Tipi Floorspace with Tent Stove

 

Need a smaller shelter? Check out the Megahorn 4p Tipi

Megahorn XL 8 Person Specs

  • Weather:  4 Season (Winter Tested)
  • Size:  8-person (up to six with Stove. See Hot Tent Guide)
  • Outer Tent:  9.2 lbs
  • Included Center Pole:  Yes (25mm diameter - 7001 T9 Aircraft Aluminum - 17 oz)
  • Net Total:  15.1 lbs
  • Included:  Tent Floor (2.6 lbs)
  • Space: 9.2' Tall (280 cm) - 15.1' x 15.1' dimensions
  • Camping Cot Friendly: Yes
  • Tent Packed Size: 27" x 10" x 9" (included compression carrying sack, removable floor, stakes and pole)

Fabric and Further Details

  • Mountain Tested:  Heavy rain, wind and snow
  • Green and Brown Outer Tent:  68D Polyester Taffeta PU with taped seams - 185 Tensile strength - 1800mm hydrostatic head - Fire Retardant
  • Double Doors:  Sewn in No-See-Um Mosquito Netting
  • Tent Stove Jack: cuttable Silicone and Fiberglass - 14" x 10" Total Size and 3" x 2" oval hole with expanding flap to 3" x 6" (not seam sealed)
  • Stove Jack Rain Cover: Fire Retardant Heavy Coated Polyester Oxford 
  • Closable Ventilation:  Sealable and foldable 360 Peak Removable Top Vent Cap (not seam sealed)
  • Internal Grommets: Yes
Megahorn XL 8-person Tipi Spec Chart

Uses of Tent

  • Campground Camping
  • Backcountry Hunting
  • Prepping (Survival)
  • Outfitter Tent

Megahorn XL Vent Cap

Note: Also known as the Megahorn XL. Tent colors may appear slightly different in person. Not intended as an extreme weather mountaineering shelter. Tent made in China. 

Warning: Proper airflow must be used when burning a wood stove inside a tent, to avoid the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Improper placement of a stove pipe can also melt the tent fabric. Put a stove inside this teepee at your own risk!