Nomad 1300 Hard Shell Rooftop Tent
THE HARD SHELL ADVANTAGE: The benefits of a hard shell rooftop tent really come into their own when looking at the convenience of set up and pack up as the hard shell cover itself forms a functional part of the tent’s construction.
QUICK AND EASY SET UP: Set up becomes a breeze with little structural poles to place; simply pop it open, fold out the ladder and you’re literally a few steps away from a good night’s sleep. Packing the tent back up is as easy as removing the flexi-rods, folding in the floor, and pulling down the lid.
COMFORTABLE AND SPACIOUS: The Nomad 1300 features a spacious queen sized mattress at 6.7-ft. x 5.2-ft dimensions and is made from a high-density foam and 3D anti-condensation mat that is 2.4 inches thick. With a total open height of 3.9-ft. there is plenty of internal head room for sitting up for a game of cards or to simply get changed.
DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: The hard outer shell features an ABS lid with a stainless steel frame. The tent is made from 280gsm ripstop poly-cotton fabric for peace of mind in wet and windy conditions. The entry is complete with ripstop solid covers and zipped insect proof fine mesh. The front entry point and both side windows are protected by hooded awnings.
UNIVERSAL MOUNTING: The Nomad 1300 features a universal mounting solution that can be mounted onto a variety of crossbars. When closed this tent's footprint is a compact 5.2-ft. x 4.3-ft. x 1-ft. that weighs approximately 150lbs.
- Set up and pack down as simple as it gets
- Skylight window and 2 large windows with additional mesh vents
- Anti-condensation mattress
- 280gsm ripstop poly-cotton fabric
- Collapsible aluminum ladder
- Compact design and weight for smaller off-road vehicles and wagons
- Universal mounting solution for a variety of vehicle crossbars
Trail Chasers Reviews the Nomad 1300 Hard Shell Rooftop Tent
"The level of time and energy I saved to set up camp compared to every other set up I have ever had was mind blowing. I didn’t have to fold out a ground tent, set up the poles, nail in the spikes, tie down the guy wires, and then start the entire process of setting up all of the things that go inside the tent. No. I unfastened the three buckles on the hard shell cap, flipped it up, then folded out the the rest of the tent with the ladder attached. 98% of the set-up was done in seconds. Then, I crawled up and attached the tension poles that hold open the rain flaps. I unrolled the sleeping bags,...and done. I know there are some other RTT’s on the market that are even easier than that, but honestly, I have a hard time imagining it. My mind was blown with how easy this was to get set-up and ready to go." Trail Chasers, read the full review here.
Trail Chasers puts the Nomad 1300 Hard Shell Rooftop Tent On Display:
|Gas Strut Assisted Hard Lid:||Yes|
|Dimensions (closed):||5.2-ft x 4.3-ft. x 1ft (1600 x 1300 x 320mm)|
|Dimensions (open):||5.2-ft x 4.3-ft. x 3.9ft (1600 x 1300 x 1200mm)|
|Frame:||Stainless steel with aluminum slats (base only)|
|Mattress Size (L x W):||6.7-ft. x 5.2-ft.|
|Mattress Construction:||High-density foam with 3D anti-condensation mat|
|Body Fabric:||280gsm ripstop poly-cotton|
|Fly Fabric:||520D Oxford poly-cotton|
|Waterproof Testing (mm):||2000 water column|
|Window & Door Awnings:||Yes|
|Ladder Construction & Rating:||Collapsible aluminum up to 330lbs|
Two year warranty on mechanical components. ABS plastic shell may be subject to fading under some conditions. See FAQ for maintenance tips to extend the life and appearance of your rooftop tent.
How To Setup and Stow Your Nomad 1300 Rooftop Tent:
How to properly care for and maintain your rooftop tent:
- Thoroughly air-dry your rooftop tent, annex, awning, and awning rooms after use in wet conditions or post-wash.
- To wash your RTT, use warm water, mild detergent, and a non-abrasive cloth/sponge to remove dirt and oils.
- In the event of plastic shell or softcover fading, apply a plastic rejuvenator. Available at most auto part stores. (Recommended every six months).
- After prolonged wet weather use, we recommend reapplying waterproofing agents to the fabrics—silicone-based solution like 303 Fabric Guard or Atsko Silicone Water-Guard.
- Clean out dirt and debris after each use.
- Check the condition of zippers, netting, and mattress cover every month.
- Wash mattress cover periodically.
- If you keep your bedding in the rooftop tent, make sure you wash your bedding periodically to prevent oil buildup.
- Keep shoes in a boot bag outside the tent.
- Keep a blanket or fitted sheet over the mattress to keep it clean.
- Vacuum out rooftop tent before next use.
- Air out each month with heavy use.
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