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    Do any vendors make tarps for stoves with stove jacks - designed for hammocks

    This is nearly exactly what I want.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&fe...&v=jeAYJsY394g

    Basically, I want a smokehouse/hot tent with a wood stove made from silnylon.

    It would need to have a hearth area for the stove and have enough height that I can use my Warbonnet Blackbird hammock.

    I'm planning on doing some higher altitude backpacking this winter (in January) and this way I can stay nice and toasty in the evenings.

    I just can't figure out which tarp/shelter to buy and I don't want to make one.

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    I have one in the planning stages now that will be built by one of the vendors in Cuban fiber. I will make a post when it's done.

    Here is the stove I purchased for it, comes in at 26oz and is so small it's just amazing!



    http://www.titaniumgoat.com/cstove.html

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    Nice. This is the stove I'm looking at too.

    Cuben Fiber should work as well. I'm curious about the melting properties of cuben fiber vs silnylon...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dogbone View Post
    I have one in the planning stages now that will be built by one of the vendors in Cuban fiber. I will make a post when it's done.

    Here is the stove I purchased for it, comes in at 26oz and is so small it's just amazing!

    http://www.titaniumgoat.com/cstove.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by burtonator View Post
    Nice. This is the stove I'm looking at too.

    Cuben Fiber should work as well. I'm curious about the melting properties of cuben fiber vs silnylon...
    It should be basically the same between the fabrics. I am planning mine to have the ridge line at 6ft 3in tall so I can stand up in it w/ a 12 ft ridge line. I already have the stove jack from tigoat to put in it.

    That little stove from tigoat is REALLY sweet, I need to get my first burn done in it.

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    Standing would be nice but IMO optional. I can sit and also chill out in the hammock.

    Also, I imagine having a shorter shelter means you have less issue with wind and don't need to build high snow walls.

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    These folks do custom tarps with stove jacks, or sell the materials for DIY.

    http://www.bearpawwd.com/tents_tarps/tarps.html

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    these guys are great to work with and will sell you the stovejack kit

    you said silny, but have you also heard about the canvas options? there's tent or sock-sans-stove if you're gonna be really high and cold...video here
    Last edited by steveflinn; 12-21-2012 at 06:05.

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    Tigoat sells the stove jack material. Actually, they give you a piece when you order a stove to protect the tent floor, but in a tarp, there's no floor.
    http://www.titaniumgoat.com/pipe-parts.html <--bottom of the page

    Smokehouse might be willing to make you one, I love mine!

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