Front Runner - Roof Top Tent Annex
This spacious annex is made from durable, weatherproof and breathable materials and is a must-have accessory for the Front Runner Roof Top Tent. The two screened windows and screen door have solid roll-down flaps for additional privacy and protection from the elements.
Even adventurers need privacy sometimes and this annex provides a convenient private space for a shower, toilet, changing room, additional sleeping space, or even as walls for a kitchen set up.
- Zippered fabric flaps on both the inside and outside of the screen windows give privacy and protection from the elements.
- Entry into the Annex is via the right-hand side to avoid the ladder of the Roof Top Tent.
The zippered screen door also has a Velcro fabric cover for privacy and rain protection.
- The back of the annex features a zippered door for easy entry into a vehicle door; perfect for accessing luggage while changing.
- If your rooftop tent is positioned to overhang the back of your vehicle, the rear top-down zippered door allows access to your tailgate / load bed.
- Walls can be secured to the ground using the supplied stakes.
- Made of the same lightweight, breathable and waterproof tent fabric as the Roof Top Tent.
- Stores compact in a matching cinch tie / drawstring bag.
- Features a removable, zip-off waterproof flooring ideal when making an added sleeping room.
*Note: Product Desgin and Color may differ from product images.
1 x Roof Top Tent Annex
1 x Zippered Floor
Overall Product Dimensions:
600mm (23.6") L x 175mm (6.9") W x 185mm (7.3") H
Base of the Roof Top Tent:
1219mm (48") L x 1295mm (51") W
Dimensions on the Ground:
Approx. 1524mm (60") L x 1600mm (63") W
Maximum Opened Length:
Travel. Dream. Design. Build. Test. Evolve. Repeat.Front Runner Outfitters manufactureres high quality products that are manufactured in just outside Johannesburg, South Africa. Their roof racks, water tanks, tents, awnings, drawer systems and camping accessories are enjoyed, used and abused around the world by casual campers, the U.N., overlanders, NGOs, outdoor enthusiasts and extreme athletes.