Carbon Felt


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6 x 6 inches
6 x 7.5 inches
6 x 12 inches
7.5 x 12 inches

Our Carbon Felt is made from 16 oz. heat resistant material and is useful as an ash catcher. Carbon Felt works great as a wind block for our stoves or a hot pad. Carbon Felt also solves the problem of stoves sinking into sand or soft soil while you are out camping. Note: Direct contact with flames or hot coals will degrade this material. This material is meant for non-flammable / non-damageable surfaces only.

Product Code: Select Felt
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Carbon Felt
  • Windscreen and ash catcher.
  • Can be used as a hot pad.
  • Solves portable stoves sinking in sand or soil.

Carbon Felt is available in 5 size options:

6″ x 6″ is a great base for any of our stoves.

6″ x 7.5″ size is perfect as a liner for the Firebox Nano Leather Case.

7.5″ x 12″ size is a perfect liner for the 5″ Firebox Stove Leather Case.

6″ x 12″ size is a great base for the Freestyle in bushcraft mode.

X-Case (4.75″ x 6.75″): is a liner in our x-case and also used as a windscreen via L-pins to support it. We weren’t out to make something to withstand high winds since a wood fire in high winds is a bad idea regardless of your windscreen. For the amount of wind, which I feel is still safe (to have a wood fire) the Carbon Felt as a wind block works great. If you add the flame guard (sold separately) on the other side it works even better. Note: Direct contact with flames or hot coals will degrade this material.

How to Insert L-Pins into Carbon Felt: 

  1. On the long side of the Carbon Felt pinch the material between your thumb and index finger. 

  2. Using the L-Pins twist and gently push the pins into the Carbon Felt slowly so you do not poke it through the side walls. 

  3. Slide the pins into the Carbon Felt until L part of pin is completely inserted. 

  4. Use the same holes in the Carbon Felt each time you insert the pins until the spot is worn and then create new holes. 

Note: See video below for more demonstration on how this is done.
Weight: Approx. 0.3 to 1.2oz. dependant on size selection.
Thickness: Approx. 3/16″ not compressed.

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