iKamper’s rooftop tent sleep system is designed for individuals who prefer to camp somewhat nearer to the celebrities.
After a massively profitable Kickstarter for its four-person Skycamp tent, iKamper is increasing its choices with equipment to enrich its rooftop tents (RTTs). The gathering of rooftop tenting gear from the South Korean model is designed to suit completely within the nontraditional RTT footprint.
On the launch of this new product line, iKamper is providing inflatable mattresses, sleeping baggage, and blankets. Every is out there in one- and two-person variations, and all are designed to work completely in RTTs.
iKamper Rooftop Tent Mattress Tech
The primary attraction is the RTT (Roof-High Tent) Consolation, a self-inflating mattress meant for four-season use. Utilizing a mixture of air and open-cell foam, the 4-inch-thick iKamper RTT Consolation mattress has an R-value of seven.8 to assist hold you heat.
iKamper provides 5 mattress sizes (MSRP $219-349), all designed to suit iKamper’s personal RTTs. Even in the event you don’t personal an iKamper tent, the vary of sizes offers you decisions for different manufacturers’ RTTs in addition to enabling using the mattress in floor tents, trailers, and wherever else you would possibly wish to sleep.
Vents on the highest and sides of the mattress permit using an non-obligatory AirDown air pump to energy inflate the mattress if its self-inflating characteristic isn’t fast sufficient for you. Deflation (and inflation) of the mattress take as little as a minute when utilizing the AirDown pump.
Utilizing the identical vents, the mattress deflates to take up much less area within the tent when stowed. This lets you depart extra gear in-situ when packing up your tent.
RTT Sleeping Luggage
iKamper can also be providing two sleeping baggage: the RTT Sleeper and the RTT Sleeper DPL. The RTT Sleeper (MSRP $369) is supposed for one camper and is filled with 1,000 g of 90/10 white duck down. The down is 100% Accountable Down Customary (RDS)-certified and is toasty sufficient for a 14-degree Fahrenheit temperature ranking.
The Sleeper DPL (MSRP $289) is sufficiently big for 2. It makes use of PrimaLoft Bio, an artificial insulation that’s produced from 100% recycled fibers. iKamper says it should hold you insulated even when it will get moist, and it’s rated to 26 levels Fahrenheit.
Each baggage put about 60% of the insulation on the highest, with the remaining on the underside. This helps make the baggage simpler in RTTs the place, iKamper says, the ground is often hotter.
Pockets inside the baggage maintain small objects like your cellphone. Campers can use a strap on the backside of the baggage to show them from rectangular into mummy-style baggage, excellent for bundling up within the chilly or spreading out when it’s hotter.
Blankets for Extra Heat and Camp Consolation
Whenever you want much more heat, the iKamper sleep system has a pair of blankets to go along with these baggage. The RTT Blanket (MSRP $179), just like the Sleeper, has RDS 90/10 white duck down insulation — 300 g of it this time. Mix the blanket and bag for a cumulative zero-degree Fahrenheit temperature ranking.
Just like the DPL bag, the two-person DBL Blanket (MSRP $199) makes use of PrimaLoft Bio recycled insulation to extend its capacity to maintain you heat, whether or not the climate is moist or dry. Each blankets are waterproof in addition to mechanically cleanable to be used exterior the tent or when issues get moist and muddy.
iKamper RTT Sleep System
All the items within the iKamper sleep system can pack down right into a stuff sack or carry pouch to assist streamline packing and take up much less area whenever you’re not sleeping.
For extra info, go to iKamper’s web site.