Elevate your camping experience off the cold, muddy ground with the Yakima 2-Person Rooftop Tent. Yakima channels decades of hauling and outdoor expertise into the lightweight design and robust durability of this rooftop tent. This particular version is the smallest offered by Yakima, accommodating two campers with its 28 square feet of sleeping space and plush foam mattress that eliminates the need for inflatable sleeping pads. The tent body and rainfly are constructed of 210D nylon with the rainfly using a PU coating that repels oncoming showers and heavy storms from dampening your camping experience. Not only are these materials durable and relatively light, but they're breathable, so you won't have to suffer on those warmer evenings in summertime. Mesh-screened windows and a single skylight offer greater ventilation, plus the ability to view landscapes and starlit skies from the comfort of your tent. The entire thing is supported with lightweight aluminum poles and includes a ladder for easier in and out. It'll hold 400 pounds of weight inside without bending or creating issues with your crossbar system. The Skyrise Rooftop Tent attaches to most factory and aftermarket crossbars, provided your vehicle's rack and chassis can support the additional static weight sitting on top. Please visit Yakima's Skyrise Rooftop Tent page, then click on the "Check My Tent Fit" to find if your vehicle and rack system is compatible. Tool-free vehicle mounts allow you to take it on and off without hassle and it locks to your roof rack with SKS Lock Cores for extra security.
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Yakima Skyrise Rooftop Tent - 2-Person
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