Fits Full-size Trucks (Short Bed) 5.5 to 6.8 ft.
Ford F Series, Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra, Dodge Ram, Toyota Tundra 2016 or earlier (does not fit 2017 or later), Nissan Titan
Keeps you off the ground, high and dry, and away from critters.
Pitch a tent anywhere your truck can go.
• Hydra-ShieldTM, 100% Cotton Duck Canvas. Durable, watertight and breathable.
• Sturdy, 3/4-inch, steel tube frame.
• Tunnel shaped design maximizes interior space. Tall 5 ft. ceiling height.
• Tailgate down design expands useable space.
• 5 windows provide excellent ventilation and openness.
• Cab access window.
• Clamp-on rails easily mount on truck bed for secure fit.
• Large D-shaped door with top of the line YKK zippers.
• Covered entry.
• Two convenient gear pockets.
• Carry Bag included.
All-season: Use year-round, but not designed for heavy snow accumulations.
Warranty: Lifetime limited warranty.
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I don't usually write reviews but I wanted to help people out who may be considering this tent but were on the fence because they don't know if it will work with their tonneau cover. I can tell you it definitely works with the Bakflip hard folding cover or its clones (I have a Truckgear from LineX). I DID have to buy bigger (deeper) c-clamps which I got from Lowe's, and I had to cut small pieces of 2x4's to give them something to press up against underneath the bed rails (the bakflip re-locates the toyota bed rail system and I have to use the C-clamps with the clamping/screw part on top instead of coming up from the bottom), but it is something that anyone can do.
I previously had a Pro-Z truck tent that I would use for one night camping trips with my two kids. It worked fine, but was definitely a P.I.T.A. to setup in any kind of wind (like I was fighting with a kite). Also, we used to sleep between the wheel wells of my Tundra, but as my kids got older and bigger, that became very uncomfortable. It was also a pain to have to take off our shoes before getting in the tent (I guess we didn't HAVE to but...), AND the entire tent floor was the bed. I also had to remove and store the tonneau cover to install the tent which was also a pain.
I was faced with the decision of buying a Airbedz mattress for my short bed Tundra ($200 +) or looking at other options. I don't know how I came upon this tent, but I'm so glad I did. I currently install the tent over the tonneau, and leave the tonneau folded one fold closed (not completely open and resting on the cab, although as I understand it fits that way too). I then set up a folding cot on one side of the truck bed (part of which slides underneath the tonneau). One of my kids sleeps on the tonneau "bunk," and one of them sleeps on the cot. I have thin (super comfortable) Teton Sports self inflating mattresses that I move from the cot to the floor of the truck bed when it's time for me to go to sleep (my daughter uses the other one on top of the tonneau). We keep our extra gear under the cot.
During the day, we put both sleeping pads on top of the cot, and me and my kids are able to hang out in the tent without stepping all over our beds. We are also able to use the tonneau as a table if we get caught in the rain, etc., and there is enough room for a folding chair for me to sit in.
When I go on solo trips with my buddies to the bike park, I intend to use the tonneau as a table, and fold it up against the cab and sleep on the cot leaving the floor on the side of the cot free and open. Shoot, maybe I'll even put my bike in there with me for safe keeping overnight...
The only thing that I am looking to improve with the tent is to maybe somehow put a bungee cord around the loose areas of the canvas to keep it tighter around the sides of the bed for purposes of keeping bugs out; however, that hasn't been an issue yet...
Hope this helps! I'd post pictures if I could...
I was soo looking forward to my trip to KOH out in the Mohave desert. Everything was going well until the 3rd night. 80mph wind gusts, sand blowing so hard it sounded like my truck was being sand blasted. But the tent held up. Wow, the only thing was where the gap is when the tailgate is down. Lots of sand and dust blew in. Can’t wait to go out again and play.
Thanks for the review. Here is a tip. Please a small tarp or towel over that gap between the truck bed and tailgate to seal that off.
Awesome product.. easy to set up.. I was very happy that the C-clamps were included.. that was a chance for the company to increase profits by not including those and I would have been in the woods with out a clamp. Love it !!!
The material is very high quality along with the zippers and straps. Took a few tries to get it to align perfectly in my truck bed but fits great with some adjusting. Very excited to continue use!
Best truck tent on the market. The canvas material are top notch, and all of the windows for ventilation make this tent amazing. Well done Kodiak Canvas! I highly recommend this product.
We love this tent! Fits in my new F-150 short bed with a Decked system. Needed a couple additional C clamps to satisfy my OCD, but this is a very well made product. Highly recommend!
Tent is a little short for a GMC Sierra but still fits held up really good in down poor just wish the rails for the poles was made out of better material and the zipper on the bag should be made heavy duty but is not
ABSOLUTELY A FANTASTIC PRODUCT.... HEAVY DUTY FOR OUT CANADIAN WEATHER..... LOVE IT
it is loose around my 5.5 GMC box even when cinched at the corners the bugs can get in where the tail gate and box meet . Suggestion would be to put a floor into this tent and would be 5 stars all day long.