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Napier Backroadz 13 Series Full-Size Truck Bed Tent (Green)

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  • This truck bed tent accommodates 2 people and has a built-in full floor. Setup can be completed by 1 person in 10 minutes.
  • Purchase includes 1-year manufacturer warranty

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$123.99 - Napier Backroadz 13 Series Full-Size Regular Truck Bed Tent
  • Coupon Code: TRUCK31220
https://www.vminnovations.com/Pro...index.html
  • Weatherproof, 3-season truck bed tent equipped for 2 people while camping
  • Offers a built-in full floor, keeping you off the truck bed and the ground
  • 10-minute set up can be completed by 1 person
  • 2 large windows for excellent ventilation
  • Spacious interior offers 5.6 feet of headroom
  • Carrying bag is included for convenience
  • Strong fiberglass tent poles are shock-corded for easy assembly and disassembly
  • Full rainfly offers excellent protection from the elements
  • Napier will plant one tree for every Backroadz tent sold through their partnership with Trees for the Future
  • Fits the following truck models: Chevrolet C/K Silverado, Dodge RAM, Ford F Series, GMC Sierra, Nissan Titan, Toyota Tundra
  • Includes: Tent, tent bag, rainfly, gear loft, 4 tent poles, pole bag, 2 tent tie straps
  • Specifications:
  • Material: 800mm PU coating
  • Wall and roof material: Polyester taffeta
  • Window material: Polyester Mesh
  • Floor material: Polyethylene
  • Rainfly material: Polyester taffeta with taped seams
  • Number of poles: 4
  • Storm flaps: Yes
  • Awning: No
  • Seasons: 3 seasons
  • Color: Green
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 76 x 79 x 66 inches
  • Weight: 16 pounds
  • Manufacturer warranty: 1-year warranty
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Would have been cool if it covered the whole bed and you could open your rear window and maybe turn the truck heat on to warm up the tent area.
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I think they meant the truck cabin heat, not the exhaust...
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To self quarantine.
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Is there a promo code code for the crew cab tent?
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Anyone used this? Do the straps scuff the paint? I've been looking at this one and the kodiak, but the straps concern me a little.
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I bought one a while back and love the thing. As for scuffs, they could after prolonged use. They do offer covers for the straps, if that is a concern.
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Would have been cool if it covered the whole bed and you could open your rear window and maybe turn the truck heat on to warm up the tent area.
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And let the carbon monoxide in
I think they meant the truck cabin heat, not the exhaust...
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I guess the exhaust could seep in...I didn't think about that aspect but i wasn't saying hook your exhaust up to the tent to heat it.
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I'd be worried about this in the rain. The side toward the cab looks like it would shunt water in to the bed of the truck creating a pool of water. Unless the rear of the truck is at least slightly below the front you're going to be swimming. Even then you'd need a bed liner with grooves to allow the water to drain away, a spray in bed liner won't cut it.
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I'd be worried about this in the rain. The side toward the cab looks like it would shunt water in to the bed of the truck creating a pool of water. Unless the rear of the truck is at least slightly below the front you're going to be swimming. Even then you'd need a bed liner with grooves to allow the water to drain away, a spray in bed liner won't cut it.
I hadn't noticed that on this one. Most of the designs I've been looking at cover the front of the bed to keep that from happening. Seems like an oversight on design.
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This is perfect in times of a zombie apocalypse.
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I think they meant the truck cabin heat, not the exhaust...
I got it. Just remember you're sleeping in an enclosure just above the exhaust system. Hope a nice breeze is evacuating the carbon monoxide. The truck needs to be running it's combustion engine to produce the heat for the heater.
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Some of the reviews on various site look like the poles may fracture easily. So not sure this really stands out from others in the price range.
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