Aluminum hardshell triangle car roof top tent T30
|Aluminum hard roof top tent|
|Set up size||130*205*20cmcm|
|Opening and closing method||Hydraulic poles offered put up style|
|Shell material||Aluminum thickness 1.5MM|
|Shell color||Black, gray|
|Fabric||280g UV-resistant W/P ,W/R polyester Oxford|
|Fabric color||Camo, khaki, gray,|
|Mattress||5 cm high Density Foam|
|ladder||Aluminium ladder 2.3m (L)|
The 1.5mm aluminum shell can support an optional crossbar system so you can carry additional gear on top of the tent. Whether it's bikes, surfboards, kayaks, a rack-mounted shower system, etc,
When rooftop tents first hit the market they were revolutionary, mostly because your tent and mattress (the two things that take up the most packing space) were now conveniently stored on your roof. Of course, there are many more benefits to owning a rooftop tent, but likewise, there are plenty of cons, too.
Fortunately, most of these drawbacks are associated with soft-shell rooftop tents, as well as heavy canvas units that are difficult to flip open. For these reasons, our Tent has always followed a hard-shell design. The benefits of this setup include…
A gas-strut assisted design that takes seconds to open and close
A three-point entry / exit layout so you don’t have to plan your campsite around your tent
A more aerodynamic shape
You can close the tent with your bedding inside, and lastly…
Our Expedition Tent has always followed a hard-shell design.
What’s more, hard-shell tents typically last longer than their soft-shell equivalents, they’re also easier to clean, and far more resilient to rain, snow and windy weather conditions.