I have been eyeing the Titanium Goat tipi for quite a while now. I really like the idea of a lightweight tent with a wooddstove for hunting trips. The floorless design also sounds great since you can walk in the tent with muddy or snowy boots on.
My question is how would it work for winter camping/hunting in the interior when it's 20 below? With a good clyinder type stove would it heat up to say 50 above or is the material just too thin to keep any heat in? I know an Arctic Oven would be superior for winter camping but they are just too heavy and bulky for most of my applications.
I would like enough room for 3 people, some gear, and the woodstove. Do I get the vertex 6.5 or 8?
Any input from actual users of the tent will be appreciated, thanks.