Baja Series Kukenam Mesh Tent: 3-Person 3-Season by Tepui
Bringing comfort and convenience to your warm weather adventures, the Tepui Baja Series Kukenam Mesh 3-Person Tent is a lighter, airier version of the original designed for desert wanderings and tropical explorations. It features significantly more mesh for a breezy feel that helps you sleep comfortably in hot, humid environments, and it's light enough to mount to your all-wheel drive hatchback, so you don't have to own a dedicated off-road rig to enjoy this convenient camping solution. The Baja Series Mesh version of the Kukenam is almost all mesh on the canopy walls for unmatched breathability in hot climes, without inviting in the many insects that tend to come with warmer environments. Go with just the mostly mesh setup for the calmest weather, or throw on the rainfly when daily downpours or high winds are bearing down. The A-frame design lets you sit up comfortably when you're waiting out daily afternoon storms, and the included mattress offers home-like comfort that beats a skinny inflatable pad any day.
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