Thule x Tepui Low-Pro 2

Thule x Tepui Low-Pro 2
Thule x Tepui Low-Pro 2
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x Tepui Low-Pro 2 by Thule
The Thule x Tepui Low-Pro 2 is one of the lightest, lower-profile roof top tents out there. Not only does it fit on smaller vehicles better, but it also reduces aerodynamism on the road. It's easier to take on and off, and even easier to install. The tent itself features a versatile construction ensures a comfortable time camping in any season. The roof's rain fly offers solid protection from wet weather, and the mesh windows give airflow as well as bug protection. The thermoplastic base gives a solid night's rest without any rocks or twigs to interrupt your snooze.

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