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STOVEHUT 70 2.0 New Version Camping Hot Tent | 4 Season Shelter for Bushcrafter | POMOLY New Arrival 2022

STOVEHUT 70 2.0 New Version Camping Hot Tent | 4 Season Shelter for Bushcrafter | POMOLY New Arrival 2022

US$ 159.00
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    • Product Name: STOVEHUT 70 2.0 New Version Camping Hot Tent | 4 Season Shelter for Bushcrafter | POMOLY New Arrival 2022
    • Item NO.: PM048
    • Weight: 2.6 kg = 5.7320 lb = 91.7123 oz
    • Category: All
    • Brand: POMOLY
    • Creation Time: 2021-10-01
    • Backer Shelter Style - 4 Season Buchcraft shelter for Survivalists.
    • Easy Setup - Using two walking poles or paracord to set up.
    • 70D Ripstop Polyester Fabric with PU 2500mm Waterproof Rating.
    • DIY Stove Jack - You can make the stovepipe cross through the DIY stove jack cloth and use a wood stove in the tent.

    STOVEHUT 70 2.0 New Version

    The new Stovehut70 2.0 version feature a redesigned vent with waterproof zipper, we can close the vent in the cold weather to keep the temperature inside the tent. The outer walls of the vents are made of double-layered fabrics and reinforced with waterproof glue to enhance the waterproofness of the tent's seams. Two waterproof glues are added to the front and back of the top ridge of the tent to further enhance the waterproof performance. In addition, we added two guy-line points in the stove area to improve wind resistance while preventing snow from gravitationally squeezing the tent surface and touching the stove. (For more upgrade information, please read the detailed description below)

    For all unshipped orders, we will send the latest design version.

    stovehut 70

    STOVEHUT 70 2.0 New Version

    70D tear-resistant material to find a balance between durability and lightness. For hikers or backpackers, two trekking poles or two tree and one paracord can set up STOVEHUT 70, which is undoubtedly very convenient.

    With the stove, we can open the front tarp door and side nets while making coffee while enjoying the snow scene.

    Each STOVEHUT 70 shelter comes with a DIY heat-material stove jacks, which are used for different diameter chimneys. Only need to cut a cross-shaped incision with knife. 

    Tips: The color of the tent fabric under different light is different, subject to the actual object. The tent poles in the picture are trekking poles.

    Capacity 1-2P with wood stove
    Stove Jack DIY heat resisting
    Snow Skirt No snow skirts
    Doors 3 Doors
    Tent Fabric PU 70D Ripstop Polyester
    Waterproof Rating 2500mm, Heat Taped Waterproof Seaming
    Floor Shape Irregular
    Sleeping Area 35.5 sq ft / 3.3 sq m
    Peak Height 4.3 feet / 130 cm
    Total Weight (Without Poles) 6.7 lb /3 kg
    Ventilation Bottom Controllable Vent
    Packed Size (L*W*D) 50x16x16 cm / 19.7x6.3x6.3 in
    Color Sunset Yellow
    Season 4 Season (Especially in winter)

    Package Includes:

    STOVEHUT 70 2.0

    Stove jack

    Tent pegs


    Stuff Sack

    Tent Bag

    2 Tent Poles (Option)

    2 Tarp Poles (Option)

    Side rain curtain

    The rain curtain can prevent rainwater from entering the tent at the moment of opening the side door.

    Suitable for tents on uneven ground

    Cloth and mesh doors

    The double layer design takes into account mosquito prevention and air permeability.

    Guy-lines points on the back and bottom

    Maximize tent space by stretching tent rear with guy-lines.

    Adjustable tent stake points

    New design: Controllable Bottom ventilation and waterproof zipper

    The Stovehut 70 2.0 version feature a redesigned bottom vent with waterproof zipper, we can close the vent in the cold weather to keep the temperature inside the tent. The outer walls of the vents are made of double-layered fabrics and reinforced with waterproof glue to further enhance the waterproofness of the tent's seams. Due to the bottom vent is close to the ground, we can properly close the vent in rainy days to prevent rainwater dripping on the ground from splashing onto the mesh (depending on the rainfall and external environment).

    In addition, we added two guy-line points in the stove area to improve wind resistance while preventing snow from gravitationally squeezing the tent surface and touching the stove.

    Adjustable Windshield

    Lantern Hanging Hook

    Two pull points and Three roll-up fasteners at the top

    The tent can be secured under the two trees by extra paracord ropes, and the front tarp can be rolled up by 3 fasteners.

    Two independent roll-up loops

    You can open the outer door for better ventilation, or you can open the mesh door and place the shoes in the storage corner.

    Tent stove area

    We left much space for the stove so that we can store more firewood and cookware.

    Tip: Use two trekking poles to build in a triangle shape to prevent the poles from blocking your view. (As shown below)

    Grommeted reinforced stitching pull points

    2500MM Waterproof performance

    Inverted T-shaped independent snag-free zippers

    The side space can be used for shoes and other gears

    How to use the stove jack correctly?

    These tips are helpful to some experienced campers:
    1. Roll up the jack cover and fix it.
    Don't let the jack cover cloth touch the hot pipes. Ordinary tent cloth, such as our 300D oxford cloth, can't stand such a high pipe temperature. So you need to roll up the cover cloth and make sure it's far away from the hot pipe. 
    2. Make sure your pipes is in the center of the stove jack.
    You should try to make the stove pipes in the center of the jack hole by moving the stove position. And don't let the pipe touch any fabric. 
    3. Use branches to separate pipes and tent cloth.
    Some people may find it difficult to keep the stove pipes from touching the tent cloth by moving the stove position. In this case, you can use branches as barriers to separate them. 
    4. Make sure the tent doesn't shake.
    When you put the pipe in the center of the stove jack, don't be careless. If the tent shakes, it means the hot pipes may touch the tent cloth. To make the stove jack cloth last longer, you should protect it as well as possible.
    The important thing you need to know:
    The jack cloth is fireproof, but the stitched thread has no fire proof function. If you let the tent cloth too close to the hot pipe, it may cause the sewing thread to be burned off, which may cause damage to the tent.


    Regular care of your POMOLY teepee tent will ensure its optimal conditions and longer lifetime. We provide some basic cleaning suggestions for the teepee tent.
    1. Dirt removal - Please use a soft brush to clean the surface of the tent, including a snow skirt, floor mat, and an inner tent.
    2. Detergent - Please use a neutral detergent to clean the tent.
    3. Zippers - Please use soapy water to clean the zipper part.
    4. The tent can't be washed by the washing machine, or the coating and glue pressing of the tent will be damaged.
    5. Please do not use brushes and other hard objects to scrub the tent, otherwise, the waterproof coating on the outside of the tent will be damaged, thus damaging its waterproof performance.
    6. Regularly check the fixing points of the tent. If there is any stitching problem, please mend it in time and use the tent seam sealer for sealing.
    7. Once your tent is fully dry and there are no damp patches at all, you can roll or fold your clean, dry tent up carefully ready for storage. Making sure it’s completely clean and dry before packing your tent away ensure that no nasty mildew builds up while it’s in storage.

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Customer Reviews



So far very good and satisfied. Even without tent poles.


The service and speed is what you would expect from a great company like pomoly


Hi, received tent olive color (which I hate) and not yellow!!!

Bonjour, reçu tente couleur olive (que je déteste) et non jaune !!!


Hi all I am Outdoor guy that sleeps around 100 days in tents.
Everything from Hiking over Motorbiking to Military use.
I just wanted to get that out in hope this review helps you chose your poison correctly.

The tent gets a 3,5 Stars out of 5

- You can pack it really small!
- It is very light
- The yellow gives a nice color inside the tent
- The small straps for tightening are great
- overall build quality is good
- absolutely love the concept

- I ordered a revised version and received something not revised!
- the wind stability really leaves to be desired. There are serious stability issues!
- As I did not receive the revised version, the front portion of the stove tent side is very unstable to wind. Thus moving and rubbing heavily on the stovepipe.
- The inner ventilation flap is flimsy and only held on with Velcro. You can imagine how much air rushes in. I have a T1 Mini 3 and it cannot heat the tent adequately in windy days!
- The side that can't be opened is also way to instable in windy.
- The floor material should really be a different fabric! The fabric used is the tents fabric and thus in wet environments absolutely useless without an underlying waterproof matt it will just soke up quickly, it dose try quickly though but still only the floor portion should be a different waterproof fabric.
- The floor has 4 Harnessing points! It should have 6 due to the middle / Halfway points not being tie down able the floor gets lifted up in windy days.

Sadly I could go on but I think you get the point. I do like the tent but in retrospect I would rather save the money and DIY a stove tent from a different brand. Hopefully this review helps a little. I was really hoping for a 5 Star review but sadly there are just to many kink's. And if I had received my revised version who knows if the pointers would have still been valid.

For info as I had a hard time figuring it out.
The pole options when buying this tent are one pair for the Tarp and one Pair for the tent. Just in case your wondering.

Take care guys and Happy Camping


Great tent at an affordable price.


I love it is seamed sealed it and I've been staying dry and warm in it


Me encanto el estilo. Tengo una onetrigris similar y queria una mas grandes y con las mejoras que tiene esta. Despues de esperar casi 3 meses me llego , la proble en climas secos y sin problema pero en llego la lluvia y comenzaron los problemas aun con la versión 3 que es la que yo tengo con la rejilla reducida. pero tuve filtraciones inclusive por las esquina. Es una lastima por que me encanta su diseño.


It took several month to get the tent but there’s several things I like about it. The storage bag is nice and it repacks nicely. The setup was easy and was able to get a tight tent with the guidelines. I used it in the snow and burnt a hole in it the first night as the tent seemed to sag during the night.


I absolutely love this tent! It's such an innovative design. One that no one else has anything close to, but I'm sure plenty of copycats will be popping up stealing its features.


I have version 2 of this tent. I seam sealed it as I do on any tent I buy. I have used it in snow and rain and it has kept me dry and warm. I love this tent and it also enables me to keep my dog away from the stove.


Excellent product, and excellent customer service,
would definitely recommend.


Bon matériel à prix correct vendeur professionnel
Juste un soucis avec le sac de rangement de la tente, au bout de la 3ème utilisation le zip de la fermeture éclair s'est détachée sac fermé galère... Couture pas très solide le sac sera peut être à améliorer


Excellent concept and design. 4 day trip on the Ohio Buckeye Trail and I was comfortable warm and dry using my ammo box wood stove. I found that using wood limb bipods for the tent supports worked better for entry and exit from the tent since I’m 6’7”. Now if I could only afford a Pomoly Stove .


The size of this tent is amazing. The only downside is getting used to the zipper, you need to close it subtly without getting the zipper guard stuck where it changes.


I received my tent about a week before Christmas and noticed that around Christmas time my area of Connecticut would receive Snow (and high winds) on one day - turning to freezing rain (the next day) and then the next day it would be a normal cold rain.
I felt this was a great opportunity for all of these conditions and setup the tent in my backyard.
I wanted to test at least 3 things (not necessarily in this order):
Hot Tent aspect with a Pomoly wood stove
Load under weight from the snow and freezing rain, and
water proof from the rain.

First: No leaking - no water got into the tent; dry as a bone inside.
Second: Hot Tent aspect... wonderful. Really needed to watch the stove because I was getting super hot inside the tent and had to open the rear doors to cool down!
Third: Tent under load... it was here that I noticed that the side having the awning - really needs to have a tie-out like the back of the tent.
Under load, the awning side will sag inward and a simple tie-out similar to the back of the tent would make it perfect.
I don't mind adding this tie-out myself, but hopefully Pomoly will consider adding the triangular tie-out that exists on the back of the tent - to the awning. This is essential in my opinion for North American winter camping as the snow load can be quite considerable overnight (or during the day).
This is not a show stopper; but very inconvenient - I had to prop up that awning side of the tent during the snow fall.

One other thing I noticed is that where the stove resides... when the fabric is wet it will sag inward toward the stove a little. (Yes, I did go out and adjust the tension but it did not have any affect for this issue).

I simply adjusted the position of the stove and used a small stick to push the wall away from the stove, but what I really want to say here is that if there were one or two more tie-outs on the stove wall area - that would fix this issue.

So, all in all... I give this tent 4 out of 5 stars.
All that is needed to make it a 5 star tent (for North American Weather Systems) is a few more tie-outs.

For the price, I'm happy and would purchase again. Do I mind having to add a few more tie-out points? No... but if Pomoly wants to make this tent perfect - a few more tie-outs should do the trick.


great tent. took it out on a 2 day hot tent trip and did a video for the channel. Definitely loved it.


A well made tent only issue is condensation as in all single walled tents may I suggest a pull out on the door side as it sags inward overall I'm pleased with the tent


I never got the stove hut 70 camping hot tent. I paid for it over two months ago. No one will answer my emails and I can not find a phone number anywhere to call them.
The company is non responsive.
Service:Hi, we have checked our email records and we have replied to your message via email before. Please check your spam folder. Just to clarity, your order was placed on Nov 21.


I really want to buy your things, but it's a pity that I'm in China. I don't know which country your store is in, and how much postage and customs are needed, but I really want to buy your things, because I really like them!


Bonjour j ai bien reçu votre message oui j'attends le colis avec impatience merci pour votre rapidité cordialement M.Marlier

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