Autana Ruggedized Tent: 3-Person 4-Season by Tepui
Destined for forest roads and desolate deserts, the Autana Ruggedized Tent is the burliest rooftop tent available on the market today. Reinforced for off-road adventures, the Autana Ruggedized Tent stands up to thrashings from washboard roads and flinging debris when you're driving across the desert. Tepui employs heavier 360-gram canvas fabric for the tent canopy alongside raw aluminum base panels that ward off rock strikes and dings on the road. Additional reinforcements include robust 3-bolt hinges and a heavier gauge internal frame that withstands countless excursions. Apart from the tent's ruggedized build, it's home to all the standard features of Tepui tents. It folds open for quick, easy pitching once you reach your overnight destination, and access is made simple with the included telescoping ladder. It comes with a fully enclosed annex that's great for storing excess gear and footwear. Inside the tent, you'll find a high-density foam mattress for a luxurious sleeping experience without having to inflate a flimsy air mattress or paper-thin sleeping pad. Moreover, you'll find large storage pockets for gear and closable mesh windows for ventilation.
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Tepui Autana Ruggedized Tent: 3-Person 4-Season
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