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Tipi Made in Canada

Assiniboine Tipi The conical shelter known as wigwam has been developed by the Eastern Woodland Indians. They used poles to form a frame which was then covered with large sheets of birchbark. When tribes such as the Sioux, Arapaho, and Cheyenne moved to the Plains, they became nomadic to follow the buffalo herds. They had to adapt the wigwam to their new way of life. Birchbark was not longer available, it was replaced by buffalo hides sewn together. Smoke flaps were also added to keep the wind from blowing into the tipi, filling it with smoke. The tipi, well adapted to the life on the Plains, was a confortable shelter. It could be taken down quickly and packed on a travois, to be put up again elsewhere in a short time.
The traditional tipi is not a true cone, it is tilted, leaning towards the back, or West. The floor plan is shaped like an egg, longer from the back to the door, and shorter from side to side. The location of fireplace is off-center, closer to the door, leaving more spacea t the back of the lodge. There are several known tipi styles, most use the 3-pole foundation, others have a 4-pole foundation.

Hand Made, Well Made, Strong Made
  • Made of premium 10.10 0z cotton Marine Duck canvas
  • Factory pre-shrunk
  • Water repellent and mildew-rot resistant
  • Flame retardant (CPAI-84)
  • All stress areas are reinforced
  • Main seams are double sewn
  • Edges are hemmed to keep from fraying
  • L acing pinholes are reinforced and hand stitched
  • Strong stake loops are standard features
  • Absolutely no grommets
  • Included - Storage bag
  • Included - All necessary ropes
  • Included - Door cover
  • Included - Instructions (CD)
  • Included - Smudge stick and ribbons for the poles
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    Native Sweetgrass

    Tent Door
    Oval Door
    Stake Loop
    Robust Stake Loops
    Pole Sockets
    Strong Poles Sockets
    Size Sleeps Grassland Tipi [View] Woodland Tipi [View] XL Door*
    9' 1 - 4 Children $ 506.00 NA NA
    12' 1 - 2 Adults $ 781.00 $ 826.00 NA
    14' 2 - 4 Adults $ 914.00 $ 967.00 NA
    16' 3 - 5 Adults $ 1,197.00 $ 1,260.00 XL Door
    18' 4 - 7 Adults $ 1,315.00 $ 1,385.00 XL Door
    20' 6 - 9 Adults $ 1,575.00 $ 1,659.00 XL Door
    22' 9 - 11 Adults $ 1,844.00 $ 1,936.00 XL Door
    24' 11 - 13 Adults $ 2,086.00 $ 2,199.00 XL Door
    * When Size Matters
    A bigger and wider tipi entrance (door) is optional, add $50.00. XL doors on 16' and 18' tipis are 53" high (Regular 46" high). XL doors on 20', 22' and 24' tipis are 56 1/2" high (Regular 48").

    Order poles, stakes, and pins here


    The Liner or Tiozan
    A liner provides a better insulation and a good protection against cold winds. It also add some extra privacy, and help to control a smoking campfire, drafts, and even insects. Like our teepee covers, our liners are made of Marine Duck canvas. For more durability, we added a fire resistant and rot-proof sod-cloth. Liners of our 9' and 12' tipis are 60" tall. The others are all 72" - or 6' tall. Our winter linters are are 7' tall for more protection against the cold air.
    Sizes 9' 12' 14' 16' 18' 20' 22' 24'
    Regular $ 333 $412 $478 $550 $599 $671 $765 $836
    Winter NA NA NA $638 $695 $783 $892 $976

    Hand Painted Teepee Artwork

    To personalize your tipi, visit our painted artwork pages

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    Assiniboine Tipis
    PO Box 649, Lundar, Manitoba R0C-1Y0
    Phone: (204) 762-5523

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