Three-Layer Floor for "UP-2" Tent.
Heat-insulated floor for the "UP-2" tent
The 3-layer, heat-insulated UP-2 tent floor was specially designed for extremely low temperatures. It prevents snow melting beneath the tent from the stove and keeps the tent interior warm.
In cases where tents with a stove didn’t have heat-insulated floors, pools of melted snow can appear beneath the tent and the tent can freeze into it.
The heat-insulated floor has two specific areas (28x16") you can open to drill fishing holes.
There are two ways to install the floor:
- Under the tent. Spread the floor on the ground and install the tent over it. The tent frame bars are inserted into special holes in the floor.
- Spread the floor inside the tent.
- Weight - 8.82 lbs
- Weight in box - 11.02 lbs
- Package size - 29.53" х 17.72" х 11.81"
3-layers of this floor include:
1st - Oxford 300 cloth
2nd - Heat insulator - foil isolon
3rd - Oxford 300 cloth
Features of foil isolon:
- Low density of 26-45 kg/m3, resulting in low material weight
- Ability to reflect 97% of heat
- Wide temperature range: from -76° F to +221° F
🏕 What is the three-layer floor designed for?
Three-layer floor tent floor is especially designed for extremely low temperatures. It prevents snow melting beneath the tent from the stove and keeps the tent interior warm. If tents with a stove didn’t have heat-insulated floors, pools of melted snow can appear beneath the tent and the tent can freeze into it.
📦 How can the floor be installed?
The floor can either be installed under the tent (spread on the ground with a tent over it) or inside the tent.
💡 Is this three-layer floor suitable for me?
It depends on which tent you own. This three-layer floor is the right fit for owners of UP-2 tents.
Bear in mind, final product may look differently. The manufacturer reserves the right to unilaterally without notifying the customer to change the color and final design of the products
Stove jack was welded slightly too small
I went out with a couple ladies after dark in the woods to try out my new hot tent and stove. I get to the spot, setup the pad and the tent no problem. Everyone is a bit chilly and anxious to feel the heat inside the tent. But there was a problem. The stove jack was made from a strip of metal that overlaps on the inside, making it slightly too small of an opening for my 3.5" stove pipe. Luckily I had a long No. 2 can of chili that I was able to open and empty and secure inside one end of the pipe and use that to go through the stove jack, but others may not be so fortunate. So a word of warning to those wanting to get a stove pipe that won't leave a huge gap in the top of the tent. RBM doesn't cut a ring off of a pipe with a 3.54" opening, They take a flat piece of metal and make a ring by overlapping the ends and doing what looks like a spot weld. So that bit of overlap takes away from what you need to clear a 3.5" pipe through.
floor for up 2 and all.
fits perfectly and can't wait to go ice fishing. love all bereg they are expensive but high quality.
Best Engineered Tent
Incredibly built and engineered. Took it camping in So. Utah, -3 degrees for 4 days. It's built better than any high end tent I've ever used. Also very warm and easy to vent if you are using a tent stove. Love the tent.
I'm glad I bought mine
I wouldn't recommend cold camping without it. It also helps with the mud and such that gets under your tent when it refuses to stop raining for 2 weeks.
Tent and stove are fantastic have not used the insulated floor yet used the tent and stove once cooked myself and dog almost out very warm stove arrived a little damaged but still useable Saddly i am an avid winter camper but over all an excellent tent and stove Thanks doug