Fits Full-size Trucks (Short Bed) 5.5 to 6.8 ft.
Ford F Series, Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra, Dodge Ram, Toyota Tundra, Nissan Titan
Keeps you off the ground, high and dry, and away from critters.
Pitch a tent anywhere your truck can go.
• Hydra-ShieldTM, 100% Cotton Duck Canvas. Durable, watertight and breathable.
• Sturdy, 3/4-inch, steel tube frame.
• Tunnel shaped design maximizes interior space. Tall 5 ft. ceiling height.
• Tailgate down design expands useable space.
• 5 windows provide excellent ventilation and openness.
• Cab access window.
• Clamp-on rails easily mount on truck bed for secure fit.
• Large D-shaped door with top of the line YKK zippers.
• Covered entry.
• Two convenient gear pockets.
• Carry Bag included.
All-season: Use year-round, but not designed for heavy snow accumulations.
Warranty: Lifetime limited warranty.
Posted by Bob on 1st Aug 2014
Quick delivery, exactly as shown, easy to use and wind / rain no issues. Shipped to Canada and camping one night after delivery. See my photo post on site - Roche lake BC.
Posted by David on 23rd May 2014
This truck tent works great. I've been dealing with technical climbing tents from Bibler, Black Diamond, etc. for years and this is made that well or even better. The workmanship is top-notch, with really heavy and heavy duty materials. The duck canvas is really cool...just never expected it to be so weather proof. Once its up, it turns your truck into a super cool, bombproof shelter. However, in fairness, I have to point out that there is a pretty steep learning curve setting this tent up. Its not easy, doesn't really act like standard self supporting tents and until you understand what needs to happen on your truck for the tent to work correctly, it might be frustrating (the first time, I was really irritated and the instruction manual wasn't a ton of help). I've put mine up now 4 times and each time, its easier and quicker. Probably takes me about 15 minutes to get it up and adjusted correctly....I'd expect that to drop to 10 after a few more repetitions. For me, it was all about the tension in the straps...too tight and the poles can't go through, but too loose and the poles flop over once you've put them up. Unfortunately, I think its simply trial and error, but for sure, do not head off into the back-country with this without experimenting with it first.
As far as the company goes they seem terrific, I called and whined about my difficulties the first time setting it up and talked to one of the owners for some time. He was sincerely interested in my experiences and how to make it better for the next customer...even offering to custom make a piece or two, which I think now is unnecessary. They are making an instructional video...once completed, that should be super helpful. In short, it is hard to set up, but I'd still buy it again because it is such a great product once you've succeeded.
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