Gear Junkie: Tiny Roof-Top Tent Breeze to Setup, Takedown |

Gear Junkie: Tiny Roof-Top Tent Breeze to Setup, Takedown

Most rooftop tents are mounted to trucks or vans. A new product, the iKamper Skycamp Mini, is small enough to fit almost any car.

At 125 pounds and about 54 inches wide, the tent requires very little room atop a vehicle. But once set up it gives a two-person space to sleep.

It comes with a 50-by-80-inch mattress and provides about 45 inches of headroom inside.

iKamper advertises that its expandable hardshell design takes less than a minute to deploy or put away. This is a key feature, as many softshell RTTs are not easy or quick to set up or take down.

Click here to read the full review from Gear Junkie.

Stephen Regenold writes about outdoors gear at

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