http://www.niteize.com/collections/figure-9 Very comfy and it's nice being able to stand up to change / what not without having to go outside. Def. beats sleeping inside the LC with the pup, lady friend, and her pup.
Oh just remember to seal your seams and get some zipper lube for all the zippers. I had a couple of sticky areas on my tent that were quickly resolved. I used the McNett seam grip and zipper lube; but I'm sure you can use whatever.
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Oooh yeah, we love it!!!
I find it as easy and quick to set-up/down as any other tent I've used. Solid in wind and rain, too!
In order to have more headroom in the back of Taco when sleeping, we decided to take down the bed/storage I "built" and instead used it as a carpetted floor... mmmm, cozy
We highly recommend this tent to everyone - price, quality, performance - some friends say we are too intense(sic)
Seam-sealing is must, as with any tent.
As the other half says, "Never put'er away wet..."
Papa Tec - looks like a good setup. I did a solo trip last night to try out the new gear and had no problem setting it myself.
I picked up a Air Bedz Lite for the back of the Land Cruiser and was comfy. Would probably be better if I removed the rear seats but still fits OK with the tailgate open in the tent.
I have one for sale if anyone is interested. It's been set up only once. Loved it, but sold the land rover.
Chad J. Austin
Car-a-holic / Tool junky / Design Guru
2012 Nissan Xterra Pro4x