Our CC Divide Shelter is a completely enclosed design that has a side entry, not the traditional front entry.
The reason behind the side entry is you will no longer have to walk around a stove when entering your shelter. No more burnt hands or coats. When you have to get up and go, each person has their own entry. No more having to get out of the way or step over your partner. For another product “click HERE to view all categories”
Your wood stove and/or gear stay upfront in the spacious 12 sqft vestige, in front of the forward pole, leaving a spacious sleeping area! Also comes with an interior clothesline to dry your clothes!
This shelter has a dual-zippered entry, stove jack included, and can be run with trekking poles, branches, or even our pole kit.
For the individuals that do not want to sleep on the ground, we do offer an optional 3/4 floor. The 3/4 floor was implemented to keep the dirt and hot wood embers out of the sleeping quarters.
**The CC Divide Shelter is build to order like the rest of our shelters but will take a few additional business days due to the complexity. We will strive to have all CC Divide shelters shipped within 15 business days.
***If the shelter is on hand, ready to ship, it will ship within 2 business days. Otherwise, the shelter is made to order and could take up to 4 weeks to be manufactured and shipped.
Feel free to ask any questions.
LiteOutdoors Titanium Stove Options- All stove will come with a 7′ pipe.
- Weight (with 8′ stove pipe) – 2 lbs 4 oz.
- Diameter – 8.25″
- Fire Box Volume – 640 cubic inches
- Stove Pipe Diameter – 2.5″
Cable rings for stove pipe (1 ring per 6″ of pipe)
- Stovepipe damper
- Stove body
- Front and rear finished plates
- 3 titanium rods to hold plates together
- 4 legs
- 2 protective storage bags; one for the end plates/hardware, and one for the stove body/stove pipe
Baffle: A baffle is a lightweight, titanium partition within the stove. It diverts the smoke and hot gasses from one side of the stove to the other side, then back again before exiting the stove pipe. This allows the hot gasses to burn completely, and also allows the stove to radiate more heat before that heat is lost up the pipe.