The Arctic Oven Pipeline was designed with rafters, pilots and dog mushers in mind. Or really, for anyone looking to keep the weight low while enjoying the same great materials that made the Arctic Oven famous. At 67 square feet, the Arctic Oven Pipeline has a superior weight-to-space ratio and is ideal for packing into tight spaces. The tunnel design has a 4'4" peak with a door on either side of the tent.
For those of you using the tent in the winter months, a stove jack is installed in the back door, allowing you to use a stove inside the tent! And weighing less than 20 pounds makes the Arctic Oven Pipeline the perfect tent for a packable survival shelter in ANY condition. Taking materials that make the Arctic Oven the best and putting them in a light-weight package = GAME CHANGER!
Break with tradition, start your own...in an Arctic Oven Pipeline!
SEASONS Four-season tent
SLEEPS Comfortably sleeps three people with gear. If using the tent with a stove, the tent can sleep one to two people.
WEIGHT 19.5 lbs
FLOOR SIZE 12' x 6'
VESTIBULE 1'6" vestibule on each end
AREA 67 square feet
PEAK HEIGHT 4'4” peak
PACK SIZE Approx. 24" high x 20" wide x 16" deep
VENTS Adjustable high and low tubular vents
WINDOW Screen window in the body on the front door.
FRAME Expedition grade aluminum poles with Shok™ cord.
TENT FLY Heavy-duty 4 oz. urethane coated oxford nylon (200-denier)
- Many colors to choose from (see them all here):
Yellow, Multi-Cam Camo, Realtree X-tra Camo, and Coyote
TENT BODY Vapex™, a multi-ply spun-bound polypropylene composite
BODY FLOOR Heavy-duty 4 oz. urethane coated oxford nylon (200-denier)
TENT FRAME Expedition grade aluminum poles with Shok™ Cord
TENT STAKES Durapegs, made of light-weight automotive-grade ABS plastic
“When it comes to staying warm and comfortable in the Alaskan wilderness, Arctic Ovens are second to none. I own three and use them as shelters while out on the trail training for the Yukon Quest and Iditarod Trail sled dog races. The piece of mind to know that I have a warm place to take cover is priceless. When my race season is over, the dogs and I head north to the Arctic and spend a whole month living in Arctic Oven tents, guiding and exploring the wilderness. The variety of Arctic Oven tents available allows me to have a great base camp tent, as well as an excellent tent to travel with. The ease of setup, durability and the superior design allow me to get warm and dry in the worst conditions Alaska can throw at you. I highly recommend these tents for all your winter camping needs.”
— Brent Sass, Winner, 2015 Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race
“I traveled by snowmachine behind the Iditarod Sled Dog Race with an Arctic Oven Pipeline tent. Along the trail, there was one tent that outnumbered all others 10 to 1: Arctic Ovens! I can't recommend this tent highly enough."”
— Greg Sellentin, Past Editor-In-Chief, Mushing Magazine