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Shasta Vent Portable, Camping wood stove. Military style. Frontier Stove, Tent Heater, Ice Fishing, with venting & Carry case. 25 lbs.

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  • This is a high quality portable wood stove that includes 5 15" lengths of vent pipe & spark arrestor
  • Includes a damper in one of the pipe sections for managing your flame and burn rate
  • The top plate is .080" thick with a removable plate
  • The pipe sections can be stored inside the stove, the legs fold up and down, secured by pins
  • A carry case, ash shelf, and hi-temp glove are included


This is a high quality, portable, wood burning, camping stove. The construction of the barrel is .040" Extra thick carbon steel, and the top plate is .080" Thick steel plate. The stove's legs fold in and out, and are secured with a clevis pin. The legs do not detach. 5 Sections of 15" venting pipe are included which fit inside the stove for convenient storage. There is a spark arrestor cap with eyelets for attaching guy wires (not provided) for windy conditions. The front access door has a locking mechanism, and the top plate has a removal 6" round access plate. There is a convenient carry handle that can also be used to hang a towel. A carry bag is provided with this kit. The stove top plate is 17.5" x 10" and it stands 20" high when stove is setup for use. You can use all or part of the vent pipes to match your needs. One vent pipe section has a damper for managing your burn rate. The front access door also has a removable ash-tray that extends from the front opening. This kit comes with a high temperature glove, vent pipe & spark arrestor cap, and a carry case.

Item Package Dimensions L x W x H: ‎19.6 x 12.9 x 12.7 inches

Package Weight: ‎11.14 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH: ‎18 x 10 x 9 inches

Brand Name: ‎SHASTA VENT

Country of Origin: ‎China

Material: ‎Alloy Steel, Carbon Steel

Manufacturer: ‎Shasta Vent

Part Number: ‎Shasta Vent Camping Stove

Date First Available: August 22, 2017

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Top Amazon Reviews

  • Nice stove
Pretty good little stove. Just be sure to do an initial paint burn off before indoor use. A heavy stoking lasted me a solid 4 hours before waking up freezing. (I was burning aspen and cottonwood, oak would probably last longer) At which point, had to re-stoke. It was dropping to the low 30's when I was out camping. Stove was still hot with many red embers left. Drafts pretty good, might have to drill some air holes in the door, to slow down combustion. It seems almost air tight with the door fully closed, and your fire will go out. Heats up quickly, and cools down quickly. Maybe throw some bricks inside and on top as heat sync? The little 2 inch pipe does build up with creosote somewhat quickly, but not bad. (After 3 nights of continuous use, was flaking up on the pipe walls.) Take about half an hour to make a pot of percolated coffee, heats up a cooking pot or pan just fine as well. 4 Stars for not having a better controllable air system. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 26, 2019 by Charles G.

  • Good product.
I had to add air holes under the door for it to burn right. If you leave the door cracked open so the fire can burn right. Smoke gets in the tent. After adding air holes it worked great...
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 21, 2022 by Michael W.

  • A lot of bang for the buck. Read update
Great little stove. I love that it packs down and everything nests inside, and there’s a handle on the side to carry it. Also zones with a carry case, which also fit 2 extra pipe sections, stick lighter, gloves, fireproof mat, and a bag of tinder. The stove drafts well and puts out good heat. I wouldn’t recommend it for a big cabin tent/sheep herder tent, but it’s perfect for my Bell tent and also would work well in a spike or teepee. Update after a week in the woods: kept the tent toasty warm, though the smaller firebox meant having to add wood more often. By day 5 (4 full days of almost nonstop use) the flue was completely blocked with creosote and filled the tent with smoke. Just pull it off every few days and brush/burn it off and you’ll be fine. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 7, 2018 by Casey

  • Takes the edge off
The stove functioned as expected. It burned through the night and kept the chill at bay. Temps got down to 35f. The tent was 192 square feet. The radiant heat was most noticeable. Would be great for a smaller canvas bell tent. Still made a nice cup of coffee in the morning.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 7, 2020 by Daniel Weber

  • A stove that you can be confident in setting up and using.
I snowshoe and cross-country ski with a sled, and as a member of BCH of America, I pack with mules and horses. That said, the weight is not much of an issue for me, but it does have some weight to it. Good points: easy to set up, doesn't take much fuel (wood), well developed with everything you need to heat your tent and cook your meals. Design is excellent. Can't say it's cheap, but it is inexpensive for sure, Great buy at any price. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 13, 2019 by Thomas

  • Great hot tent stove for the price! Not best to hike far with.
It is heavy. Don't expect to hike out dragging this along. As a stove to heat your tent it works well. Cooking on it requires having a bit fire inside, not the best, lacks a baffle to direct heat all over the top plate. Instead it has a hot spot near the chimney. Once hot smoke does not get into the tent. Replacing the chimney with a titanium version helps reduce weight to make it better to hike with. As for comments of creosote coating the chimney, make sure to burn dry seasoned wood not green or rotted and buildup doesn't happen. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 6, 2020 by Mark J Sabo

  • Ok for smaller tent.
Good for a little tent tried in a big tent did not do the job. I think this would work well in a small tent or fair weather camping. Not many adjustments I had to leave the door cracked open to get enough air to keep the fire going. The removable lid leaked smoke so I sealed it off.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on April 8, 2019 by Amazon Customer

  • Great for an emergency bug out stove
What do you expect for a 3-inch pipe clogs up all the time but works great keep the tent warm and you can make a Cowboy Breakfast at any campsite
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 18, 2021 by Andrew

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