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Ventilation for Glacier 3 man

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howdy..

i'll post this on equipment forum as well. i don't like alot of heat in a shelter but will be using a lil' propane heater in this shelter. i didnt see much ventilation in this shelter..

how much do i need to ventilate as i've never used a heater in a shelther before...

thx

tim

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Just like Rick said, unzip the top of the doors on each side. This keeps it warm and provides fresh air too.

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It's actually pretty easy, just unzip the door at the top to your comfort level.

http://fishingmn.com/glacier.html

These lightweight, extremely tough Glacier units are ideal for pulling by hand, short ice fishing seasons, early season ice fishing, or for ease of hauling.

I recommend the three man. It's still light and gives you more room.

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