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High Country 80" PREMIUM [Roof Top Tent]

Original price $3,295.00 - Original price $3,295.00
Original price
$3,295.00
$3,295.00 - $3,295.00
Current price $3,295.00

The High Country 80" Premium roof top tent features a fold-out design that makes for easy set-up for your group of up to five people.  Engineered to hold heat in extreme cold yet stay comfortable on warm summer nights, its over-sized windows ensure you have clear 360° views of your surroundings. A skylight built into the awning lets in natural light during the day while an integrated LED strip provides ample light for games or reading.

The High Country Series roof top tent also comes in 55"63" standard / 63" premium / 80" standard.  Matching annex sold separately.

See more in our Freespirit Recreation Roof Top Tent Buying Guide.

  • What's Inside
  • Product Details
  • TENT CAPACITY

    Tent: 98"L x 80"W | Frame: 85" x 52"

    High Country 80" Premium Dimensions
  • High Country 80" Premium Specs
    • 80" Premium Dimensions: 80"L X 98"W X 50"H
    • Exterior Closed Dimensions: 85"L x 52"W x 14"H
    • Weight: 182 lbs
    • Sleeping Capacity: 3-5 people
    • Weight Capacity: 750 lbs
    • Tri-Layer Body: 3 Layers of 150D Poly-Oxford with 60g/M2 Poly-fil
    • Rainfly: 210D Rip-Stop Poly-Oxford with Silver Coating and 3,000mm Polyurethane Coating
    • Mattress: 2" High Density Foam
    • Flooring: 2" EPE foam
    • Frame: Extruded Aluminum Alloy
    • Ladder is included
Features

Our roof top tents will have you camping in under a minute.

A USB powered ultra-bright LED strip lights up the night.

(Batteries not included.)

Oversized windows and doors give you the best roof top views.

The clear skylight built into the awning lets natural light shine in.

Equipped with our enhanced Tri-layer technology, it’s engineered to hold heat in extreme cold, yet stay comfortable on warm summer nights.

Large living space lets you spread out, storage pockets and gear hangers clear clutter.

Customer Reviews

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Ian Doak
High Country premium 80 - Quality tent

I have had the tent about a week and have 3 nights in it so far. First reactions is this is a very well, beefy constructed RTT. Two nights have been on a wind exposed outcropping and the tent did great. I did need some help getting it open the first night as the wind was fighting me. One night it got below freezing and it was nice and toasty inside the tri-layer. As it warmed up a bit in the morning I opened the windows just a bit and got some good ventilation. It also dried it out as I noticed some condisation formed inside with just me and all the windows closed up. I got the black tent and a huge perk is that it is very dark inside with everything closed up. No 4:45 am wake up from the sun coming up. The only place I see a little concern is the front door zippers. They seem really good but when zipping the door closed the zippers struggle a bit as they go around the corner. I am sure it will be fine but time will tell. I also wish the ties to hold the tri-layer door rolled up were just a bit longer. I have to pull fairly hard to get them to fit around the puffy door.

I love this tent. It is great and easy to set up. My family of 4 will spend many nights in it by the end of this year. This tent provides a really good night sleep with a comfy mattress and you are off the ground.

As a background I have made a career in outdoor/ adventure education. I have lead many backpacking trips/ worked for NOLS and done mountaineering up and down north and south America. I have many nights under the stars in the last 42 years.

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Ian Doak
High Country premium 80 - Quality tent

I have had the tent about a week and have 3 nights in it so far. First reactions is this is a very well, beefy constructed RTT. Two nights have been on a wind exposed outcropping and the tent did great. I did need some help getting it open the first night as the wind was fighting me. One night it got below freezing and it was nice and toasty inside the tri-layer. As it warmed up a bit in the morning I opened the windows just a bit and got some good ventilation. It also dried it out as I noticed some condisation formed inside with just me and all the windows closed up. I got the black tent and a huge perk is that it is very dark inside with everything closed up. No 4:45 am wake up from the sun coming up. The only place I see a little concern is the front door zippers. They seem really good but when zipping the door closed the zippers struggle a bit as they go around the corner. I am sure it will be fine but time will tell. I also wish the ties to hold the tri-layer door rolled up were just a bit longer. I have to pull fairly hard to get them to fit around the puffy door.

I love this tent. It is great and easy to set up. My family of 4 will spend many nights in it by the end of this year. This tent provides a really good night sleep with a comfy mattress and you are off the ground.

As a background I have made a career in outdoor/ adventure education. I have lead many backpacking trips/ worked for NOLS and done mountaineering up and down north and south America. I have many nights under the stars in the last 42 years.