ESKIMO SHELTER FLIP 60 IN SLED SIERRA THERMAL-UNAVAILABLE-

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The Sierra Thermal is the perfect flip shelter for chasing fish with a friend on a cold day. This lightweight and highly-portable shack holds in the heat thanks to Eskimo’s insulated IQ fabric. Two comfortable swivel Versa seats are mounted to the sled and can be fully-removed via hitch pin, or flipped forward, allowing storage space and easy access for extra gear and large items. The Sierra Thermal’s framework features new
aluminum square tubing that snaps into place in seconds, creating a sturdy structure.

SPECS

Capacity 2 Person
Fishable Area 22.5 ft²
Set-Up Size 60" x 84" x 67"
Sled Size 60" x 31.5" x 7"
Insulation Fully-Insulated
Fabric 600 Denier
Height 67"
Weight 82 lb
Collapsed Size 60" x 36" x 19.5"
Tow Rope Included
Framework Steel / Aluminum
Ventilation 1
Windows 4
Doors 1
Seating (2) Swivel Versa™ Seats
Seat Height 18"
Mesh Pockets 2
Warranty 1-Year Limited


FEATURES

GRAY INTERIOR
Brightens the shelter interior, making it easier to see and fish.
ALUMINUM SQUARE TUBING
Creates a lightweight, rigid structure to withstand wind.
REMOVABLE / FLIP-OVER SEAT MOUNTING
Allows for more storage room and easier access to gear in the sled..
(2) SWIVEL VERSA™ SEATS
Versa™ seats are constructed with TearTuff mesh and a high-strength steel frame that will keep your comfortable on the ice all day long.
TOWABLE
The Sierra attaches to your snowmobile or ATV for towing (tow hitch not included). Pull-rope included for easy portability.
REMOVABLE WINDOW PANELS
Adjust your shelter’s ventilation with detachable hook and loop windows.
MESH STORAGE POCKETS
Keep your essential fishing gear handy & out of the bottom of the sled.
YKK® ZIPPERS
Quality, durable, industry-preferred zippers—standard on all Eskimo ice shelters.
OPTIONAL WINDBREAK MODE
Easy to flip-up into a "windbreak mode" on sunny days.

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