Strap Tepui's Kukenam Sky Tent to the top of your car and camp above everyone else at the campground. While fellow campers complain about various rocks and rain keeping them up all night, you can rest easy atop this tent's cushy foam base and below its PU-coated canopy. Designed for year-round protection, this rugged tent boasts heavy-duty polyester and cotton fabrics with waterproof treatments to keep rain, snow, and moisture out. Alternatively, all-around no-see-em mesh paneling gives plenty of ventilation for summer trips, and every panel (including the skylight) opens up with the waterproof zippers for even more airflow. Although it may seem intimidating, the Kukenam is relatively simple to install and set up. It comes with universal mounting brackets that attach to most roof racks and after-market roof bars. Once installed, the Kukenam sets up with a quick-and-simple pull of the ladder and a few pole inserts. Pushing the ladder folds out the internal aluminum frame and extends the poles for a complete setup. Collapse the tent by reversing those simple instructions, and zip it into the included PVC travel cover for convenient protection to and from your favorite camping destination.
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Tepui Kukenam Sky Tent: 3-Person 4-Season
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