The new Bigfoot pop-up shelter from Clam Outdoors will leave a lasting imprint on snow and ice this coming season. In fact, a 30% larger imprint of interior space than competitive models. Known as best-in-class for pop-up shelters, Clam adds three models: the XL2000, XL4000T and XL6000. Each boasts 56-, 64- and 112-square feet of fishable area, respectively, seating four to five, four to six and six to eight comfortably. If you have a big group, you need a Clam Bigfoot.
Twice as tough as competitors walls, the 2000 and 6000 models utilize the super-tough 600 denier fabric and 11 mm super duty, flex-tested poles. Utilizing Thermal Trap Technology, the 4000T retains more heat with two layers of 300 denier fabric and insulation in between the layers for a total denier of 600. Thermal Trap reduces condensation for a super comfortable shelter experience. The Bigfoot series isn’t just about the floor space. Added headroom provides more ease and maneuverability in and out. And you couldn’t ask for a faster, easier set up than with Clam’s Bigfoot.
“I love the roominess at both the floor level and the head room in the Big Foot pop-up shelters,” shared Jeff Andersen of Leisure Outdoors and prostaff angler with Clam. “When I have a big family or group to guide, it’s great to be able to drive out on the ice in trucks and in a few seconds I have a great shack up with lots of room for everyone.”
The industry innovator in cold-weather shelters, gear and accessories, Clam Outdoors has led to more folks enjoying ice fishing. Afterall, when you’re comfortable outdoors, more anglers will fish during hard water season and find more days open up on the calendar to enjoy being outdoors. Quality products from Clam make time on the ice more comfortable and more productive for everyone.
“Staying warm is important for enjoying ice fishing,” continued Andersen. “With Clam Bigfoot shelters there’s three options that would be a great fit for any family that likes to ice fish together and doesn’t need a shelter with a tub for towing behind a sled or ATV.”
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