Tepui Weatherhood

Tepui Weatherhood
Tepui Weatherhood
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Weatherhood by Tepui
The Weatherhood is an absolute essential if you plan on camping in Tepui's car rooftop tent during extreme conditions. With an aluminized coating and fully taped seams, the Weatherhood fends off rain, hail, snow, and harsh winds, and its reflective thermal material ensures comfort in hot and cold temperatures. Quality YKK zippered over the door and vent openings let breezes in after the storm and seal the elements out during the heart of it all. A simple drawstring closure helps you slip the Weatherhood over your tent quickly, just in case you wake up halfway through the night in a serious storm.

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SKU: TPU0016
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