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Reviews from Mushers

Jake & Rose Igloo

Jake Witkop & Rose Hewitt, Mushing Magazine

Igloo has enough space for the four-legged friends too!

“While we can't yet comment on the performance of the Arctic Oven Igloo tent in any crazy winter conditions, we can say: the setup was quick and easy (even with gloves on!); it's spacious interior, similar to other Arctic Ovens, allows ample room for sleeping, eating, drying gear, and a few four-leggers too (we'd say it "sleeps 8"!); the vestibule provides great transition and storage space; and we really like the generous side flaps for easy anchoring in snow. ”
Brent Sass

Brent Sass, Winner, 2015 Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race

Used on the trail season after season!

“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.”

Greg Sellentin, Past Editor-In-Chief, Mushing Magazine

The Preferred Tent for the Iditarod 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."”