A new line of 2015 car-top tents from Treeline Outdoors adds several upgrades to popular models and a large design for families.
The Gen2 line includes the new Redwood model, which can sleep four to five people, as well as upgrades to existing models.
All the Gen2 models get 5cm of additional height while open, cotton top-mattress covers, a waterproof poly/cotton bottom-mattress cover, and an enlarged base hinge to allow bedding and pillows to be kept inside the tent while folded.
They are also now part of the brand’s “solar ready” partnership with Goal Zero and equipped with Goal Zero carabiners to integrate an optional solar kit.
Additional loops on the tents’ canopy windows allow solar panel attachments to the tent awning at different locations to follow the sun.
The Roof-Top-Tents, originally released by Treetop in 2013, are now available in four models, The Lodgepole, The Tamarack, The Tamarack Constellation, and the Redwood.
The newest model in the line, The Redwood, is equipped for 4-5 people and has dual ladders for easy entry and extra room.
Car-top campers from Treeline range in price from about $1,500 to $2,500 and can be mounted on many different cars and trucks. Visit Treeline Outdoors for more info.