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Seek Outside shelter review videos

Sample of different Seek Outside shelter options

Size comparison of Seek Outside shelters. From left to right: Lil' Bug Out, Silvertip, Redcliff, and Cimarron. All photo credits: Brady Miller

Recently, Trail Kreitzer and I went through each Seek Outside product that we carry in the goHUNT Gear Shop and talked about the assembly and some key features of each item. Below you'll find the videos for each product and a spec table for quick reference.


Seek Outside Silvertip


The Seek Outside Silvertip is the perfect solo option or a lightweight option for two people on an early season hunt or a great option with a stove for when the temperatures drop.

Seek Outside Silvertip Specs

Sleep
capacity
Weight Packed
size
Doors Floor
space
Max
inside
width
Max
inside
length
1 w/stove,
2 w/o
1 lb. 11.6 oz.
(canopy)
24"x7"x5"
(can compress
further)
2 70 sq.
feet
9' 8'11"
Head
height
Pole
options
Canopy
material
Season Manufacturer
warranty
57" Trekking pole or
carbon fiber pole
30 denier
silnylon
3
(4 w/ added stove)
Limited
lifetime

Seek Outside Lil' Bug Out w/ 3 piece vestibule


If you want a lightweight shelter with a stove, and have modular options that can be adapted to meet your needs, then the Seek Outside Lil' Bug Out and three piece vestibule is right for you. This is the exact setup that Seth and myself used on our 2017 Colorado late October deer hunt. You can check out that hunt film here.

Seek Outside Lil' Bug Out Specs

Sleep
capacity
Weight Doors Floor
space
Max
inside
width
Max
inside
length
1-2 w/stove 1 lb. 11 oz. 2 74 sq.
feet
8'2" 9'6"
Head
height
Pole
options
Canopy
material
Season Manufacturer
warranty
64" Linked trekking poles or
carbon fiber pole
30 denier
silnylon
3
(4 w/ added stove)
Limited
lifetime

Seek Outside Cimarron


The Seek Outside Cimarron shelter is the perfect option for when you need a little extra room when running a stove. This is the shelter option I currently use for late season hunts.

Seek Outside Cimarron Specs

Sleep
capacity
Weight Doors Floor
space
Max
inside
width
Max
inside
length
2 w/stove,
4 w/o
2 lbs. 4 oz.
(canopy)
2 94 sq.
feet
9'6" 11'8"
Head
height
Pole
options
Canopy
material
Season Manufacturer
warranty
72" Linked trekking poles or
carbon fiber pole
30 denier
silnylon
3
(4 w/ added stove)
Limited
lifetime

Seek Outside Redcliff


The Seek Outside Redcliff is a backcountry palace! There is so much room inside this shelter. This is the setup Trail uses on all of his late season hunts. If you're hunting with other people, this shelter (and other ones for that matter) can easily be divided up within your party so you don't have to pack the entire weight of the shelter by yourself.

Seek Outside Redcliff Specs

Sleep
capacity
Weight Packed
size
Doors Floor
space
Max
inside
width
Max
inside
length
3-4 w/stove,
6 w/o
4 lb. 14 oz.
(canopy, stakes, pole)
8"x9"x15" 2 140 sq.
feet
10'11" 15'
Head
height
Pole
options
Canopy
material
Season Manufacturer
warranty
82" 1 carbon fiber pole
w/ aluminum base
30 denier
silnylon
3
(4 w/ added stove)
Limited
lifetime

Seek Outside Titanium Wood Stove


A stove is a gamechanger in the mountains! The Seek Outside Titanium Wood Stoves will see years and years of use. I ran a medium stove in 2017, but after using it for the season, I'm now going to switch to a large stove for use in my Cimarron. When gathering wood, it seems you can easily find wood to fit the length of the large stove, but they would be too big to fit in the medium. Also when trying to break deadfall with my foot, no matter what I did, they all seemed to break a little too long to fit in the medium stove so I resorted to using a saw more than I would have liked.

Seek Outside medium titanium wood stove

Seek Outside Medium Titanium Wood Stove Specs

Dimensions Height Weight Stovepipe
diameter
Pipe
length
Pipe
weight
w/rings
Volume
8"x8"x10.25" 12" 1 lb. 15 oz.
w/bag
3.125" 6'  2 oz. per ft
(12 oz. total)
660 c.i.

 

Seek Outside Large Titanium Wood Stove Specs

Dimensions Height Weight Stovepipe
diameter
Pipe
length
Pipe
weight
w/rings
Volume
8"x8"x14" 12" 2 lb. 3 oz.
w/bag
3.125" 7.5'  2 oz. per ft
(15 oz. total)
940 c.i.

 

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Josh B. - posted 3 months ago on 07-17-2018 06:08:41 am
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I ran the Redcliff last year and on a spring Bear this year. 4 dudes w/ gear was a bit tight; however we could’ve used the space better. Pitched on a ridge line 30+ MPH winds and rain. Everyone was dry. I just picked up the Cim for my solo hunts this year to shed some weight and provide more options to pitch with it’s smaller footprint. The Redcliff does have a good size footprint so keep that in mind. SO makes some great great gear. Their stoves are $ too.