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High Country 80" ANNEX

Original price $275.00 - Original price $295.00
Original price
$275.00
$275.00 - $295.00
Current price $275.00

Make a quick change or store your gear with the High Country 80" roof top tent annex.  Its quick-release system enables you to quickly set-up and breakdown, rain or shine, day or night.  The perfect compliment to the High Country 55" Roof Top Tent. 

Large annex (72"-84") recommended for SUVs.
Medium annex (58"-70") recommended for cars, trailers and truck beds.

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

Customer Reviews

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Kevin Kain
80” annex

This thing was a life savior. It started to rain and the annex fit 2 adults a 7 year old 10 month old and a dog. The only thing I don’t like is the way it attaches to the tent.

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BOYD BRADSHAW
3000 miles within 30 days

Upgraded a 2016 Freespirit tent on top of my outback trailer. Recieved my high country 80 and was on the road from Southern CA to Montana and back within the week. Cold spring weather, rain multiple days and nights and this tent rocked it all. I upgraded for the larger footprint and insulated walls. This paid off. Nights as low as 35 degrees were uncomfortable in the previous tent. With this, they were fine.

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Based on 2 reviews
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Kevin Kain
80” annex

This thing was a life savior. It started to rain and the annex fit 2 adults a 7 year old 10 month old and a dog. The only thing I don’t like is the way it attaches to the tent.

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BOYD BRADSHAW
3000 miles within 30 days

Upgraded a 2016 Freespirit tent on top of my outback trailer. Recieved my high country 80 and was on the road from Southern CA to Montana and back within the week. Cold spring weather, rain multiple days and nights and this tent rocked it all. I upgraded for the larger footprint and insulated walls. This paid off. Nights as low as 35 degrees were uncomfortable in the previous tent. With this, they were fine.