There was a brand new one for sale yesterday in the Classified section. Not sure if it's still available. But, you may want to check.Thanks everyone for your replies. I’m trying to stay under $500 and cost is the main reason I started researching the luxe tipi instead of a SO or kifaru. I am now leaning more towards the octopeak 6 for more room and lighter weight and the rip-stop that Bryanboss mentioned since I tend to be kinda hard on things. I’m trying to find something that will work for a few high country backpacking trips this summer, early season archery CO for me and a couple buddies, and then for mid October Gila elk hunt for me, my wife, and son.
After reading the thread about the delivery and refund issues I am a little hesitant to order but for the price it’s hard for me to not want to try one out
Taking my Megahorn 4P for a first trial run basecamping this week. Likely won't fire up the SO stove since it'll be in the 80s here in CO. Will definitely be using the mesh inner tent 1.5P (nest) to keep the creepy crawlies off me. I'll check back and let you know how it performs.Does anyone have any experience with or knowledge about the Luxe Megahorn 4P tipi shelter? I was thinking about ordering one but wanted some reviews.
The slumberjack is very interesting. I don't like that its a bit heavy and pure polyester. Not sure I can trust it in high winds.If weight isn't a huge concern just get a Slumberjack Outpost 4 tipi. They actually have customer service, unlike Luxe.
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Tipis do very well shedding wind, I think properly staked it will be fine. Put some shock cord on each tie out point and you're good. The poly tents don't sag as much as the silnylon tents do, at least the silpoly ones don't. I'll have to do more reading on the 68D poly.The slumberjack is very interesting. I don't like that its a bit heavy and pure polyester. Not sure I can trust it in high winds.