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The Best Rooftop Tents of 2024

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The Best Rooftop Tents of 2024

May 29, 2024

For overland adventures, life on the road, or just an elevated and more comfortable campout experience, here are our picks for the best rooftop tents.

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    The Best Rooftop Tents of 2024

    If you’ve never slept in a rooftop tent, it’s hard to imagine how different it is from sleeping in a traditional tent. In general, we’ve found that rooftop tent sleeping has certain key advantages over sleeping in a tent on the ground.

    • Rooftop tents offer a bird’s-eye view of your surroundings, airflow that’s unheard of in a ground tent, protection (and peace of mind), and generally superior comfort for sleeping.
    • The drawbacks: Unlike a ground tent or a tow-behind camper, when your tent is on your roof, you have to break camp before you drive away. And, for those who make nighttime visits to the loo, there’s a ladder to negotiate between you and relief (unless you’re willing to get creative).

    Also, if your dog gets to share the human bed, practice your one-handed ladder climb before you attempt to hoist them up. Multiply that effort if you have more than one dog.

    Not every rooftop tent fits every vehicle or every budget. But some tents work for almost every car or truck. Rooftop tents are all pricier than even the plushest backpacking tent, but if you’re able to invest, you won’t regret it.

    Once you’ve decided if a rooftop tent is right for you, it can be tricky to pick out the right model. In recent years, the Naditong team and our greater network of expert gear testers have researched and sampled all of the leading styles on the market. We’ve used these tents for overlanding, car camping, and cross-country roadtripping. We’ve closely examined their features at trade shows and expos in far-flung corners of the globe.

    After hundreds of nights of elevated sleeping and hours of poring over specs, we’ve decided that the rooftop tents on this list are the best of the best. Rooftop tents are still a young development in the world of life on the road. We expect that they’ll only get better.

    The Best Rooftop Tents of 2024

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    1.Best Rooftop Tent for Small Cars: iKamper Skycamp 3.0 Mini

    Specs

    • Dimensions open: 102″ x 101″ x 48″
    • Dimensions closed :57.5″ x 55″ x 13″
    • Sleeping footprint: 83″ x 51″
    • Peak internal height: 46.5″
    • Weight: 125 lbs.
    • Static weight capacity :N/A
    • Minimum bar spread :N/A

    Pros

    • Fits all vehicles
    • Ultrafast setup

    Cons

    • Mattress may be too firm for some campers

    This aerodynamic and lightweight rooftop tent will fit any car you want to put it on, right down to a Mini Cooper. It’s also one of the easiest rooftop tents to deploy — setup takes less than a minute, and so does takedown.

    The Skycamp Mini 3.0 ($3,979) has a hardshell cover that flips open to become one wall of the tent, the only wall without a window. That wall is lined with a quilted panel printed with a world map.

    The quilting helps manage condensation, while the world map inspires tent dwellers to dream up their next adventure. Plus, the sidewalls, front, and ceiling of the tent all have oversized canopy windows for weather-protected airflow and great views.

    The Skycamp Mini 3.0 is made from breathable blackout polycotton canvas with a waterproof polyester rainfly. The fly detaches for better airflow and uninterrupted views.

    In a storm, you’ll appreciate the fly’s waterproof zippers. And because there’s no vinyl coating on the tent or the fly, this tent is more breathable with less condensation than many others. It’s also quieter in the wind.

    The base of the tent is made with honeycomb aluminum panels that capture air for extra insulation. A 2.25-inch firm polyfoam mattress rests on top of the honeycomb floor.

    If you like a firm mattress, you’ll love this setup. But if you don’t, buy a softer aftermarket mattress and swap it out.

    To get into the tent, climb iKamper’s integrated telescoping ladder. With the ladder attached to the tent, its rungs run parallel to the ground. This makes climbing the ladder both safer and more comfortable than climbing other rooftop tent ladders. On other tents, when the ladder leans against the tent, the ladder rungs are angled.

    The Skycamp Mini 3.0 gives customers a choice of tent shell finishes. No matter which finish you choose, the 3.0’s shell is made from insulated, fiber-reinforced, double-layer plastic that’s soundproof and condensation-resistant.

    The Skycamp Mini mounts to a roof rack with iKamper’s quick-to-tighten version 3.0 brackets that are compatible with a broad range of crossbar sizes. For higher crossbars, use iKamper’s version 1.0 mounting brackets.

    You can also personalize your Skycamp Mini 3.0 with accessories. Options include an annex or awning, storage racks, and bracket locks that secure the closing straps.

    If you drive a small car, are shopping for a tent for a short-bed truck, or want to mount a rooftop tent on your truck cab, the iKamper Skycamp Mini 3.0 is one of the best options available.

    $3,699

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    2.Best Budget Rooftop Tent: Naditong Rooftop Tents

    Specs

    • Material: Oxford
    • Outdoor tent waterproof index: >3000 mm
    • Bottom waterproof index: >3000 mm
    • Material: 280g polyester cotton
    • Size: 210*132*98cm
    • Weight: 82kg

    Pros

    • Customizable design: Different hard shell shapes, different sizes and different colors are available to meet your preferences.
    • Sturdy packaging perfect after-sales service: enhanced packaging options to ensure product safety during transportation. No need to worry about damages to your parts as it is a factory.
    • Efficient design process: professional design assistance for personalized roof tents.
    • Unbeatable price advantage: this roof tent manufacturer from China realizes the combination of cost-effective and high quality roof tents

    Cons

    • The customization cycle will take some time and you won’t be able to receive the goods immediately

    With a decade of professional expertise, NaDiTong specializes in Customizable Car Roof tents aimed at enhancing outdoor adventure experiences. Their tents are renowned for their durability and versatility, offering a choice of hard shell configurations, sizes, and colors to suit different car models and customer preferences.

    Each tent is meticulously crafted to provide ample living space while withstanding adverse weather conditions. The streamlined design minimizes wind resistance and maintains a low profile when closed, yet opens up to spacious interiors for comfortable travel.

    NaDiTong prioritizes comfort without compromising practicality, ensuring solid structures, high-density foam mattresses, and thoughtful amenities. Sturdy packaging solutions protect the tents during transportation, safeguarding customers’ investments.

    Efficiency is at the core of NaDiTong’s operations, from streamlined manufacturing to fast transportation. Every step, from conception to delivery, is supervised to ensure a seamless customer experience. Upon arrival, customers can simply collect their tent and begin planning their next adventure.

    Payment and services are designed for convenience and peace of mind:

    Secure transactions guarantee confidence in product purchases.
    Nominal design consulting fees are offered for personalized wholesale orders.
    Flexible payment methods include a 40% deposit for wholesale orders, with the balance payable before shipment.
    Sample applications require only a minimal fee, with adjustments based on multiple samples.
    In summary, NaDiTong’s commitment to quality and customization distinguishes them, providing customers with the opportunity to tailor their roof tents to perfectly complement their vehicles and lifestyles. Experience the freedom of outdoor camping with the safety and comfort

    $900-1500

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    3.Best Rooftop Tent for Headroom: Roofnest Sparrow EYE 2

    Specs

    • Dimensions open :84″ x 48″ x 40″
    • Dimensions closed :85″ x 50″ x 11.5″
    • Sleeping footprint :83″ x 49″
    • Peak internal height: 44″
    • Weight :130 lbs.
    • Static weight capacity: 650 lbs.
    • Minimum bar spread :28″

    Pros

    • Tent-top storage bag included
    • Solar panel mount on the roof
    • Super easy to open

    Cons

    • 270-degree views, not 360 degrees
    • The low ceiling at the foot cuts down on internal storage space

    Recently redesigned, Roofnest’s two-person, pop-up Sparrow EYE 2 ($2,995) has a taller peak than tents that lift in all four corners. This one is also super easy to open, even with gear storage on top.

    By opting for a wedge shape instead of a tent that lifts in the tip and tail, you save weight and complexity. A wedge tent only needs lifting struts at one end. Plus, the wedge stands up better against heavy wind and rain. Unclip the latch on the back, and the Sparrow EYE 2 opens with a gentle nudge to activate the struts on the front end. There are no tent poles to fiddle with and only one awning to prop.

    The massive door and side windows keep the inside of the tent breezy and cool, even without a fourth wall. Both side windows can also be used as doors, although they don’t have awnings. Zip them closed in a rainstorm, and you do lose some airflow.

    The tent’s fiberglass-reinforced ABS shell is molded to be aerodynamic for best-in-class gas mileage and reduced road noise. The inside of the shell is insulated and lined with a quilted, condensation-busting fabric that also reduces noise and gives the inside of the tent a cozy den-like feel. Also inside is a 2.8-inch foam mattress that Roofnest claims will rival the comfort of your bed at home.

    The tent portion of the Sparrow EYE is a breathable polyurethane-coated polyester and cotton blend that’s touted as three times more waterproof than most backpacking tents. It gives the tent a sturdy, protective, and secure feel, more like a safari tent than a backpacking tent.

    In cool temps, the rugged side walls are insulating, and in the wind, they cut down on noise. The Sparrow EYE 2’s dual side windows and its door have zippered mesh and zippered canvas covers for customizable bug-proofing, rain repellency, and airflow.

    An 8.5-foot telescoping ladder clips onto the tent under any window or door opening. While it doesn’t store inside the tent for travel, it comes with a storage bag.

    This bag attaches to the roof gear storage zone on top of the tent for travel if you don’t want to pack it into your trunk. The rooftop bag can also be used to hold cooking gear, wet clothes, and other things you don’t want inside your car.

    Also, on the roof of the Roofnest Sparrow EYE 2, there’s a dedicated spot to mount a solar panel. Mount one, and then park strategically so that the roof faces south and you’re generating max wattage.

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    4.Best 3-Person Rooftop Tent: Yakima SkyRise HD

    Specs

    • Dimensions open: 96″ x 56″ x 48″
    • Dimensions closed: 58″ x 48″ x 17″
    • Sleeping footprint: N/A
    • Peak internal height: N/A
    • Weight :115 lbs.
    • Static weight capacity: N/A
    • Minimum bar spread :26″

    Pros

    • Super easy to mount
    • Locks securely to your roof

    Cons

    • Lighter fabrics flap more on windy nights

    Two of the biggest barriers to entry for campers considering rooftop tents are weight and price. Yakima’s SkyRise HD ($2,499) is not only relatively light, but it’s also competitively priced for a three-person tent. And it’s the most similar to backpacking and car camping tents that many backcountry enthusiasts are already familiar with.

    The SkyRise is made from the same stuff as most tents you’d pitch on the ground. The 600D nylon tent body is light and breathable, with mesh ventilation panels that double as windows into the Milky Way. All the windows and the two skylights have solid and mesh panels that zip open for ventilation and views.

    Much like a standard ground tent, the SkyRise’s waterproof fly is polyurethane-coated, and the tent can be set up with the fly on or off. Aluminum poles give the tent structure. They’re strong, preset, and easy to engage once you manually flip this tent open.

    Consider a three-person tent if you’ll be sleeping with a child. This is also a good option if you’re a dog owner whose dog climbs ladders, or if you’re willing to shuttle your pooch into your rooftop nest. Everyone will appreciate the plush, 2.5-inch-thick, wall-to-wall mattress.

    And after this tent gets some use, you’ll also appreciate that the mattress has a removable cover for easy cleaning. The Yakima SkyRise HD is one of the easiest tents to mount on a roof rack. It goes on and comes off tool-free. It also locks to your roof with the same system used in all Yakima bars and mounts, SKS lock cores, which are included with the tent.

    $2,499

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    5.Best Four Season Rooftop Tent: Roofnest Falcon 3 EVO

    Specs

    • Dimensions open: 83” x 50” x 58”
    • Dimensions closed :83” x 50” x 8”
    • Sleeping footprint: 80” x 47”
    • Peak internal height :58”
    • Weight:140 lbs.
    • Static weight capacity: 650 lbs.
    • Minimum bar spread: N/A

    Pros

    • Four-season ready
    • Extra aerodynamic
    • Super slim but able to store bedding
    • Optional insulation kit
    • Available in XL

    Cons

    • One of the pricier tents

    The shortest, slimmest, sturdiest, warmest, roomiest, and most aerodynamic Roofnest clamshell the company has ever made, Roofnest’s Falcon 3 EVO ($3,495) is also exceptionally aerodynamic with more liveable space once it’s set up than other comparable tents, according to Roofnest. 

    Flick open the new easy-to-use and super-secure cam-over latches, push the tent open, and flip up the new U-bar, the same used in Roofnest’s Falcon Pro, and enter your home away from home. Inside, the living space is more than a third larger than the Falcon 2, five inches shorter, and 20 pounds lighter. The tent fabric is a thick 320 GSM with a blackout coating perfect for sleeping in whatever time zone or latitude you find yourself in. The standard 2.0-inch-thick memory foam mattress has a quilted cover over a standard anti-condensation mat. Two side windows, an overhead moonroof, and twin meter-long dimmable LED light strips provide light. 

    The Falcon 3 EVO combines the best features of the all-aluminum Falcon 2 and Falcon Pro clamshell rooftop tents with the weather-proof and rugged construction previously only found in Roofnest’s Condor 2 foldout tents. It’s shorter, lighter weight, with a pleasantly large living space, and a more aerodynamic shape when packed. It can sleep campers up to 6’2”. 

    Falcon 3 EVO’s top shell is PC-ABS plastic finished with a scratch, dent, and UV-resistant Line-X coating. On your roof, it’s three inches thick at the edges and eight inches at its peak. The molded, convex shape of the top shell increases this tent’s structural rigidity and internal space while achieving new levels of aerodynamics for a rooftop tent.

    Forming the top shell from PC-ABS plastic instead of aluminum has multiple advantages. Extruded plastic makes the shell flexible and naturally weather-resistant, and it lowers the overall tent weight. What’s more, PC-ABS is ten times more insulative than aluminum. Not only does this keep campers warmer, but it also reduces condensation build-up.

    To make sure you have what you need to fully enjoy this tent in all seasons, Roofnest is now selling a “Tent Insulation” kit for the Falcon 3. It zips into the interior of the tent without blocking LED light strips, gear grids, or storage pockets. It also has ports for heating and cooling. 

    Both the Falcon 3 EVO’s PC-ABS top and honeycomb aluminum bottom shells each feature an exterior accessory channel. The top channel is compatible with the optional 6-Channel Crossbars, which can hold up to 150 pounds of gear. The Falcon 3 EVO’s aluminum bottom shell’s single accessory exterior accessory channel can support awnings up to 75 pounds, using Roofnest’s new accessory awning brackets.

    $3,495

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    6.Best Rooftop Tent for Overlanding: iKamper BDV Duo

    Specs

    • Dimensions open: 59” x 90” x 56”
    • Dimensions closed: 6-¾” x 90” x 56”
    • Sleeping footprint: 83 ¾ ” x 53 ¾
    • Weight: 200 lbs
    • Static weight capacity: n/a
    • Minimum bar spread :n/a

    Pros

    • Four-season
    • Spacious
    • Super fast setup
    • Low condensation
    • Loads of accessories
    • Low profile–under 7”

    Cons

    • Heavy
    • Can sleep in only one direction
    • One set of ladder pins has to be moved to relocate ladder

    A true four-season rooftop tent, iKamper’s BDV Duo ($2799) impressed us with its comfort, its ruggedness, and how quick it was to set it up and break it down. Of the tents we tested for this roundup, it was the fastest to set up and pack up, though it also took the longest to install the first time we put it on the truck roof. This tent is best suited for rugged overlanding use but is just as awesome for casual campers as long as your roof rack can handle the tent’s weight plus people. 

    iKamper’s BDV Duo has the fastest tent to set up we’ve seen. Two heavy-duty clips at the back of the tent unclip, and with a nudge, the ABS shell top pops up boosted by two large, external hydraulic lifters. An external bungee slides down. It assists in pulling the sides of the tent down when it’s time to pack it up. Two knurled awnings stay inserted into machined holes in the back of the tent to prop out the awning/rainfly. It’s built on a rugged aluminum frame with a strong, scratch/UV-resistant fiber-reinforced plastic shell, and attached to the tent base with massive aluminum hinges. 

    Inside, the tent is spacious with loads of headroom, and enough length that one 6’4” sleeper who tested this tent said it was awesome. Windows and doors create a fully blacked-out environment when closed. The tent fabric is breathable, black-out, 300gsm poly-cotton canvas. With the windows open, being in the tent is like being outside, but high up and in the shade. The awning is also a rainfly. It’s made from waterproof polyester 75D ripstop material with an eco-friendly water-repellent (DWR) coating. Toggles let us tighten it for wind resistance when needed. 

    Inside this tent is plush with a quilted mattress cover, and cottony-feeling fabric throughout, which seemed to trap condensation less than in other tents. Large wedge mesh pockets helped us keep track of clothing we weren’t wearing. But there was plenty of space for a couple of small duffels or a dog not too greedy with space inside as well as two occupants. Because the gas struts that lift the camper roof are on the outside, all the inside space was usable. 

    The ladder can be moved to either side or the back of the tent, but there is only one set of quick-release ladder pins that lock on the ladder, so the process takes a few minutes of uninstalling and reinstalling those pins for the switch. 

    iKamper makes loads of accessories for this tent, and we were lucky enough to test several. The annex is spacious and turned the BDV Duo into a full basecamp setup that was pleasant to use during sunny days and frosty nights. The annex, which zips to the BDV Duo, vented or sealed up as preferred, is quite spacious inside. For cold weather, we recommend getting iKamper’s clear windows. They zip over the mesh and light-blocking window panels so that you can have light and block the weather. The clear windows have center zips so you can also use them as doors. We look forward to loading up iKamper’s BDV Accessory rack, which can hold up to 110 pounds. 

    This tent is best for trucks or SUVs. It includes rubber tubing that needs to be inserted into channels in the aluminum to reduce wind noise. 

    $2,799

    Rooftop Tent Comparison Table

    Rooftop TentPriceOpen Dimensions (L x W x H)Closed Dimensions (L x W x H)Sleeping Footprint (L x W)Peak Internal HeightWeight
    iKamper Skycamp 3.0 Mini$3,979102″ x 101″ x 48″57.5″ x 55″ x 13″83″ x 51″46.5″125 lbs.
    Naditong Rooftop Tents$900-150083″ x 52″ x 39″n/an/a40″180lbs.
    Roofnest Sparrow EYE 2$2,99584″ x 48″ x 40″85″ x 50″ x 11.5″83″ x 49″40″130 lbs.
    Yakima SkyRise HD$2,49996″ x 56″ x 48″58″ x 48″ x 17″n/a48″115 lbs.
    Roofnest Falcon 3 EVO$3,49583” x 50” x 58”83” x 50” x 8”80” x 47”58″140 lbs.
    iKamper BDV Duo$279959” x 90” x 56”6.75” x 90” x 56” 83.75 ” x 53.75″56″200 lbs.


    How We Tested the Best Rooftop Tents

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    The Naditong team is comprised of a diverse blend of individuals, ranging from novices to automotive experts and seasoned car camping enthusiasts. With years of collective experience in testing camping equipment, including rooftop tents, our team is well-versed in providing comprehensive insights.

    Heading our rooftop tent evaluations is Bruce, boasting over a decade of experience in outdoor pursuits such as hiking, cycling, mountaineering, skiing, and camping. With numerous evenings spent under the stars, many within rooftop tents, Bruce brings a wealth of expertise to our testing process.

    To compile our list of the best rooftop tents for 2024, Bruce and our team meticulously sifted through the market, comparing the advantages, disadvantages, and specifications of dozens of models. We’ve erected tents on vehicles of varying shapes and sizes, from compact cars to full-size trucks, subjecting them to rigorous testing in real-world conditions.

    Our evaluation methodology is thorough, focusing on even the most minute details. Whether it’s assessing the quality and comfort of the mattress or scrutinizing the functionality of the design, no aspect goes unnoticed. The resulting list features a diverse range of rooftop tents, catering to a variety of needs – from solo adventurers to large family road travelers.

    For those seeking further information on car camping options, Naditong’s Truck Camping and RV Guide offers comprehensive insights and recommendations.

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    Buyer’s Guide: How to Choose the Best Rooftop Tent

    What Fits Your Vehicle?

    Not every rooftop tent will fit every vehicle. Know the load capacity of your roof rack, and the distance between your roof rack bars to determine if a specific rooftop tent will fit. The spread of the bars is the distance between the front roof rack crossbar and the back one. Most rooftop tents have a “minimum bar spread” spec. Before purchasing a rooftop tent, be sure to physically measure your rack’s spread to ensure your rack and tent are a match. 

    When in doubt, contact the rooftop tent manufacturer and verify that your planned setup will be safe and sound. Many tents on this list can work with sedans, trucks, trailers, and everything in between — provided you’ve got the proper rack and mounting system.

    What Else Do You Need to Carry?

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    Some rooftop tents require you to carry the access ladder inside your car. Other tents incorporate the ladder directly into the tent’s packed-away design. Some tents have accessory options, including awnings and extensions. Typically, these will need to be stored separately inside a car or truck bed.

    As for sleeping bags, and pillows, many rooftop tents can be fully folded and tucked away with the bedding stored inside. This feature is more common in hardshell models.

    Some rooftop tents with smaller footprints leave extra space on your roof for bikes, boats, and other gear. Of course, the square footage of your leftover roof space will depend on the size of the tent and the dimensions of your rack.

    Some hardshell rooftop tents provide gear storage on top or space to mount a solar panel. In most cases, you’ll need to purchase additional racks to utilize the roof of your tent’s shell for storage space.

    Hardshell vs. Softshell

    Hardshell rooftop tents are sleeker looking when compressed and more aerodynamic. They also tend to be lower clearance when packed — an important consideration for those planning to park in a garage.

    In general, hardshell rooftop tents are quick and easy to set up and pack up. Most come use hydraulic struts that do most of the heavy lifting for you. Softshell tents typically come with traditional aluminum or fiberglass poles that require assembly. Inflatable tents are relatively new to the market. They’re almost as quick and easy to set up as a hardshell, and can be spacious inside.

    Some hardshells have useable storage space on top of the outer shell. But many are wedge-shaped and don’t give you 360-degree views.

    Softshell rooftop tents are generally similar to traditional camping tents. They tend to be less expensive and harder to set up. But they usually have great airflow and some are large enough to accommodate three to five people.

    Space vs. Weight

    Rooftop tents typically sleep two to five people and fit a double to a king-size mattress. The bigger the tent and mattress, the heavier and more cumbersome the rooftop tent.

    Most rooftop tents weigh between 100 and 200 pounds — an important spec to know, especially in relation to your roof rack’s recommended capacity.For a family of three or a couple with a dog, we like the Nadiotng Soft Shell Roof Top Tent — a roomy and comfortable option with a plush wall-to-wall mattress.

    If your roof space is limited and you’re looking for a svelte on your roof, full size when unfurled sleeper, the Nadiotng Hard Shell Roof Top Tent is compact and well suited to smaller rooftops.

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    Manual vs. Automatic Opening

    Some hardshell rooftop tents lift with a gentle nudge, whereas most softshells have to be flipped open manually and the awning bars inserted. Rooftop tents with gas struts that lift the tent open are becoming more common. They often cost more, but they’re convenient — especially when you’re setting up your tent in the rain.

    Whatever tent you buy, initial assembly can be challenging with a steep learning curve. Some tents offer the option to ship fully unassembled. That can save you up to $400, and it can take hours and tools to build the tent platform and attach the tent to it before you load it on your roof. 

    Once assembled, rooftop tents require a heavy lift to get the tent onto a vehicle’s roof rack. Pan to get a hand from a friend or two depending on the weight of the tent and the height of your roof. While you can repeatedly install and uninstall, it’s always an awkward operation.

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    Durability

    Rooftop tents are a major investment — they can cost up to 2000$-5000$. Take care of your investment, and it will last for many years. 

    We recommend storing your rooftop tent in a dry, covered place when not in use. When the tent isn’t on your roof, place 2x4s or 4x4s on saw horses to mimic your roof bars and store the tent on top in the same orientation that the tent was on your roof. Go easy on the zippers, struts, ladders, and poles — these intricate mechanical components tend to break first. And always thoroughly dry the inside of your tent after use. 

    In our experience, all of the rooftop tents on this list offer competitive durability when properly cared for.

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