Solitude 4 Tipi
The PEAX Solitude 4 is a system built, lightweight tipi designed to maximize comfort without sacrificing durability or protection. The patent pending CROSSTREK Stabilization™ and SINGLEPOINT Guyout™ systems bring new innovation to securing single wall shelters against high winds and heavy snow loads while also providing a convenient place to hang and dry wet gear. When combined, they increase the overall headspace by up to 30% over competitors and create a best in class livable area. The lightweight 20D Silnylon fabric with proprietary STORMSHIELD Coating™ is specially formulated to last up to 3x longer than traditional PU coatings ensuring lasting protection during inclement weather events. All high stress areas have been reinforced using some of the worlds strongest materials (TX07, VX21, and Hypalon) and bar-tack stitching has being incorporated in strategic locations as an added measure of strength.
The optional footprint floor system is built with 6 integrated attachment points and includes a zip away panel making the floor compatible with most ultralight titanium tent stoves. The integrated stove jack can accommodate up to a 4" pipe while still maintaining necessary clearances for safe stove operations.
Thrive on the mountain with the most livable backcountry home ever built for the hunter. Seek your Solitude!
Shelter: 37 oz / 2 lb 5 oz (including all cording)
Center Pole: 9.4. oz
Stakes: 5 oz
Footprint: 13.2 oz
System without Footprint: 3 lb 3.4 oz
System with Footprint: 4 lb 0.7 oz
Livable Space: 28 sq ft (height above 36")
Sleeps 4 no gear or stove
Sleeps 3 with gear (no stove)
Sleeps 2 with gear and stove
Main Body: 20D Silnylon with 2000 mm STORMSHIELD Coating™
Cone Construction: 3-Layer (VX21, Hypalon, TX07)
CROSSTREK Stabilization™: Works with PEAX Backcountry ELITE and PRO models. Not compatible with the Backcountry Z poles.
Stove Jack: Accommodates up to a 4" diameter pipe. Zip away floor opening accommodates stoves up to 12" wide.
Pitching the Solitude 4 Tipi with the Footprint Floor
Pitching the Solitude 4 Tipi without the Floor
Have set up two times for practice.
Have not camped yet.
Easy and fast setup, quality materials.
Really like the trekking pole cross braces.
Looking forward to stove time soon.
I’m missing my trekkking poles and haven’t had a response from customer service with two different emails
Using the Solitude on a late season mule deer hunt and it’s holding up well!
This is the 2nd Tent that I have bought from you all..especially since I loved the first one I have...I let family and friends know what a great Design the Solitude 4 Tipi Tent ⛺️ is 😀...GREAT PRODUCT!!!
Undoubtedly the best tipi in its size category bar none. Best on the market by far. Have not used it in the field however it is getting the upper Michigan stress test right now. Pitched in the yard (with optional footprint) and has been hit with snow, freezing rain, rain/sleet and wind gusts to over 30mph. No issues whatsoever and have not employed the additional 4 corner type guy lines, just the single anchor point dual guy lines on the sides. Includes a nice carbon fiber center pole with inch markings for reference, nice feature. Not the lightest 4 person tipi but not promoted as ultralight ( and still very light overall considering all the features) but the trade off is in well designed useful features. The dual "arched" doors are brilliant, much better than seam based semi-vertical zippers on most tipi style tents (stress area, can be a pain to open and that opening type let's in rain etc), flawless double zippers on each door too, very smooth operation. The ability to use trekking poles for both additional strength and as "drying racks" is brilliant, internet fist bump to whoever noodled-up that idea. Overhead stretch net, options to create your own "clothes line" if preferred over the included net. Great roof vents and a hardy stove jack panel and stove jack panel cover with a great "keeper" for holding the panel open.
While many go floorless, it is a good add on and well designed from the zippered stove panel to the tub sidewalls on two sides. I advise buy it, save the tyvek for your house or pole barn project (or under your sleeping pad). Couple observations; ditch the pole stuff sack. Not needed and a little tight anyway. The stakes... ditch those too for some MSR Groundhogs (which everyone does anyway). Pretty minor things to be sure and does not detract from the fact this is the best 4P Tipi available. No one will top it, the PEAX Team will beat them to it. ThanX for a genuinely great new product.