Kukenam Ruggedized Tent: 3-Person 4-Season by Tepui
Tough as nails and convenient as hell, the Tepui Kukenam Ruggedized 3-Person Tent goes anywhere your off-road vehicle does. It mounts to almost any roof rack and pops up easily to create a spacious shelter in mere minutes, so you can spend less time setting up camp and more time exploring your surroundings. From weekend retreats in the woods to exotic safaris, this rugged tent is ready for any adventure. Burly fabrics and a heavy-duty frame help it withstand raging winds and torrential downpours, while no-see-um mesh screens and Sky panels keep cool air flowing on stuffy nights without inviting in the local insect population. It includes a high-density foam mattress to offer a luxurious (at least by camping standards) sleeping experience, and it also eliminates the need for huffing and puffing into an inflatable pad when you get to camp. An anti-condensation mat under the mattress keeps things from getting damp when you're exploring the Pacific Northwest, while tie-down anchor points keep everything locked down when you're posted up in exposed mountain ranges. And when it's time to hit the road, the ultra-rugged travel cover material protects the tent from highway debris and rough weather.
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