In the 50+ years of roof top tent history, the sleeping surface of a hard shell roof top tent was limited to the car roof. Now, iKamper presents the Skycamp 2.0, the world’s largest expandable hard shell rooftop tent. Comfort for a family of four or three adults.
Consistently improved on and developed with an optimal design and the right materials, iKamper quality is top of the line. Skycamp is certified with the ISO 9001(Quality Management) and ISO 14001 (Environmental Management) international standards.
Skycamp's floor is made of high-performance aluminum honeycomb panels: extremely strong, lightweight, insulating, fireproof, and eco-friendly.
Poly cotton canvas is breathable (less chance of condensation) and insulates very well. You won’t get as hot on a warm day, nor as cold when it is chilly. It is heavier than the Poly 210D, but due to its weight and insulation properties, it is quieter if there’s a breeze.
This fabric can also last longer and is more resistant to harmful UV rays. Poly-Cotton canvas is waterproof, but care should be taken to dry out the material before closing the Skycamp to avoid mildew.
Skycamp has been tested in winds up to 20m/s or 44mph (these are VERY high winds). Please be cautious, iKamper does NOT recommend camping in extremely windy conditions (National Weather Service issues a High Wind Warning when winds above 40mph are expected).
Skycamp 2.0 Improvements:
Thicker Mattress: 1.8" high-density memory foam
Interior Design: World map graphic
Hard Shell Locks: Stronger stainless steel
Windows: Outer fabric turns into a canopy
Mounting Brackets: Easier to install
Redesigned Ladder: Safer and more comfortable
1 Minute Setup: Get out of your car and be ready to camp in 60 seconds.
Expandable: The Skycamp's king-size mattress sleeps 4 people.
Aerodynamic and Lightweight Design: Looks great and fits on most vehicles.
Customizable: Choose the color of your hard shell and the accessories you want for the best camping experience.
Detachable: Switch to the Airflow Summer Tent (sold separately) in hot weather, and back to the canvas material for cooler times.