Rightline Gear 110907 SUV Tent

November 14, 2017 - Comment
Add to Cart $289.95Amazon.com Price
(as of April 6, 2020 05:26 GMT+0200 - Details)

The Rightline Gear SUV Tent lets you sleep off the ground in the comfort of your own vehicle. The tent connects to the back of any size SUV, minivan, wagon, or pick-up truck with cap. Large size no-see-um mesh windows and doors have storm covers that can be closed for privacy. The SUV Tent features (2) gear pockets, a lantern hanging hook, and glow-in-the-dark zipper pulls. The vehicle sleeve easily disconnects, allowing you to leave the tent behind as you go about the day’s adventures.

Product Features

  • Sleep off the ground in the comfort of your own vehicle
  • Tent Dimensions: 8′ Length x 8′ Width x 7.2′ Height
  • Tent sleeps (4) adults and vehicle cargo area sleeps (2) adults
  • Water resistant fabric with tape sealed seams (PU 2000mm); Vehicle sleeve attaches to any size SUV, minivan, wagon, or pick-up truck with cap
  • PE bathtub floor; no ground tarp required; Includes tent, rainfly, carry bag, and sewn-in set up guide

Comments

DebC says:

Solo camper – I can put this up myself. For 19 years, I said I didn’t want to camp. I didn’t like sleeping on the ground. This tent solved that problem! I love sleeping in the back of my SUV. I’ve been out in it twice. Once by myself (friends camped near me using the same tent). As a solo camper, I was worried I wouldn’t be able to get the tent up myself (I’m a 55yo woman). And I admit the first time (in my driveway) I did struggle for an hour. But once I got the hang of it, I’m now able to put the tent up by myself in about…

Cookmeister says:

Fun tent with two major flaws I’ve used this tent twice on one week camping trips. I have a Subaru Forester and it fits perfectly. The tent is roomy and I’m 6’2″ tall so the height should be good for almost anyone. There are two major flaws in this tent however that should be addressed at some point for this to be a 5 star product. 1. The zipper for the front window catches every time you try to zip or unzip the tent. It is very annoying! 2. The mesh that holds the poles catches the pole connectors making this a very…

melsfun says:

Great product I have a 1998 Ford Expedition for which I bought this tent. The instruction are pretty good but make sure you practice putting it on before you use it camping. Make sure the ground is reasonably flat. After you lift it stake the corners temporarily while you line up the vehicle with the opening. That way you can adjust the position of the tent behind the hatch. It has to be lined up so it will snug up when you attach it to the vehicle. My Expedition has the roof rack and found that using the…

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