Clam Outdoors has found gold in the newest shelter in the Jason Mitchell line up. Creating a new five-sided, hub-style shelter with top-of-the-line full thermal skin was the key. Everyone knows hub-style shelters are all the rage with the increased seating capacity, high ceilings and superior stability in windy conditions. Now a hub-style shelter enjoys an Elite Series option with heavier thermal fabric insulation. The 600 denier thermal skin retains heat in the toughest of conditions and keeps anglers more comfortable with less condensation in the toasty-warm interior.
Hub-style shelters are all the rage because they are affordable, fast and light. They are easy to set up quickly. “You get all those qualities in this Thermal 5000 plus the warm thermal fabric isn’t noisy in the wind,” shared Jason Mitchell. and there is no condensation or dripping. It’s just more comfortable to fish in thermal. Once you do, you won’t want to go back.”
With 63.5 square feet of fishable area and center ceiling height of 82” the Jason Mitchell Thermal 5000 enjoys a 9 ft diameter foot print. That’s room for four to six anglers comfortably. Rigorous testing on the 11 mm poles and Clam’s quality hub assemblies assures years of use and structural integrity when withstanding the harshest of winter winds. An oversized skirt allows for ample snow banking to keep the draft out and warmth inside. Triple-layer corner pockets hold upgraded tie-down straps rather than cords. This shelter screams “top of the line” from the first time it is up and in use, and those same quality materials will keep it looking great season after season.
“This shelter is one that will last for many seasons,” shared Jason Mitchell. “Clam uses the biggest, heaviest, toughest hub assemblies and a top-quality frame with durable thermal fabric. The result is a better shelter.”
With a Manufacturer’s Advertised Price of $429.99 this top-of-the-line five-sided hub-style shelter is accessible to anyone.
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