Storage capacity – For obvious reasons, you’ll want to make sure your tent can fit all the rooftop campers in your party. Rooftop tents also take up serious real estate, leaving little room for things like cargo boxes or other equipment. Plan accordingly.
Weight – Rooftop tents (hardshell ones, in particular) tend to weigh more than traditional counterparts, so make sure your car roof rack can handle the extra load. If it can’t, you might have to bring in a stronger rack (or buy an SUV).
Advantages include a more stylish design and quicker setup. If you are not running it on a compact car, there is more roof space left than other hard-shell models.View More
There are accessory channels for connecting awnings, recovery equipment, etc., and an optional set of crossbars for carrying bicycles, kayaks, snowboards or any other items you need for your adventure.View More
Foldable hard shell roof tents. They are our most compact tents when closed-perfect for small vehicles or truck bed frames.View More
Through the twisting of our innovative "U-shaped pole" system, the tent can be expanded to create more space, larger windows, more weather protection, and even skylights.View More
Bring your favorite stove, hang some string lights, and charge your portable speakers throughout the weekend. This all-purpose roof tent can accommodate 2 adults, has 3 larger doors, plus a window with ladders on three sides.View More
After arriving at the camp, you no longer need to carefully lay out and assemble your tent and sleeping system. The roof design pops up or folds up from the top of your vehicle, and is equipped with a comfortable mattress to let you sleep well.View More
RTT provides a bird\'s-eye view of your surroundings, airflow unheard of in a traditional tent, protection (and peace of mind), and generally superior sleep comfort.View More
This lightweight roof tent in line with the principles of aerodynamics is suitable for any car you want to place, even a Mini Cooper. It is also one of the easiest rooftop tents to deploy-it takes less than a minute to install, and so is disassembly.View More
This makes climbing ladders safer and more comfortable than climbing other rooftop tent ladders. In other tents, when the ladder is resting on the tent, the rungs of the ladder will tilt.View More
By choosing a wedge shape instead of a tent that is raised at the tip and tail, you can reduce weight and complexity. Wedge-shaped tents only need to lift the pillars at one end.View More
In cool temperature, it is insulated, in the wind, it can reduce noise. Can provide as much anti-insect, rain and airflow as needed.View More
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