Blade Roof Top Tent
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Blade Hard Shell Roof Top Tent
With decades of proven experience on every major continent, Eezi-Awn’s fabric tents have consistently outperformed the competition and set the industry’s benchmark for both durability and performance. Last year they set another standard with the Stealth--a matte black powder-coated, all-aluminum hard shell roof top tent. Meet the Stealth's younger brother--the Blade.
In almost every regard, the Blade is a replica of the Stealth. The differences are subtle, but for some, will matter the most. The two-tone color scheme is the most evident difference. You will also notice that the shape is slightly smaller as the Blade is a hinge design with two latches as opposed to the Stealth's scissor lift with four latches (which adds extra foot room). Lastly, the included XKLUSIV Ladder comes with a built-in extension and stores cleanly inside the tent, as opposed to underneath it. Other than that, you are guaranteed another superb product.
In addition to the standard expectations, the Blade, albeit simplistic and compact, is still rich with features. Encased in the uniquely-shaped body is room for bedding storage. Upon opening, the walls of the tent are built from durable, rip-stop canvas with double entry privacy mesh panels, and both the roof and floor are insulated to keep you comfortable throughout the night. Much of the appeal that comes from a hard shell roof top tent is the quick setup and takedown, and the Blade is no exception. A single person can quickly unclip only two latches and easily lift to open, then push down gently to close and lock. The full process takes only seconds to complete.
Note: Additional freight charges may apply, please read the Eezi-Awn shipping details in our Shipping Policy prior to checking out!
Prop 65 Warning
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer. Please refer to the "Manufacturer's" website to see if this product contain these chemicals prior to purchasing. If you would like more information on Prop 65 Warnings, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.”