Clam X-400 Thermal Hub Ice Shelter

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Clam X-400 Thermal Hub Ice Shelter


Experience exceptional comfort and convenience while ice fishing with the Clam X-400 Thermal Hub Ice Shelter from SCHEELS. Built with super-duty, lab-tested hub assemblies, and 900-total denier fabric, this shelter stands tough against extreme weather. Notice superior warmth retention thanks to 90 grams of insulation per square meter and full Thermal Trap Technology, which also reduces condensation. Additional features like ample snow banking, triple-layer corner pockets for storage, and easy repacking with an oversized carry bag ensure a seamless ice fishing experience. Elevate your ice fishing adventures and explore the selection of quality gear like the Clam X-400 Thermal Hub Ice Shelter at SCHEELS.


  • Super-tough 900 total denier fabric
  • 90 grams of insulation per square meter
  • Full Thermal Trap Technology retains heat & reduces condensation
  • Super-duty, flex tested poles (11mm)
  • Max Entry door system for easy entry and can be banked into the snow
  • Two entry doors on opposite sides
  • Oversized skirt for ample snow banking
  • Oversized carry bag and cinch strap for easy repacking
  • Triple layer corner pockets
  • Lab tested hub assemblies - largest in the industry
  • Convenient ice anchor straps and strap pockets for windy conditions (4 total)


  • Aurora dimmable lighting system (installation required)
  • Max entry door system - 38" door width
  • Pack Size: L 64" x W 12" x H 12"
  • Fits up to 3-4 anglers comfortably
  • Fishable Area: 64 square feet
  • Setup Size: 8' x 8'
  • Center Height: 82"
  • Wall Height: 69"
  • Weight: 50 pounds
  • 3 year warranty!
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