October 18, 2018

Roof Top Tent Guide: the Elite, the Ranger & the Delta

Sleeping in your truck, van, or SUV doesn’t have to be uncomfortable. With Tuff Stuff’s roof top tents, you can step up camp wherever you go. But you can’t just go with any roof top tent on the market. As an outdoor and overland camping enthusiast, you want to make sure you get the best product for your vehicle. Here at Tuff Stuff, we have several roof top tents for sale. Here’s a guide to choosing the one that’s best suited for your situation.

The Elite

[stag_columns][stag_one_half] [/stag_one_half] [stag_one_half_last] [/stag_one_half_last] [/stag_columns] The first tent for you to consider is our Elite roof top tent. Here are the specs:

  • Open dimensions of 79″ x 132″ x 52″h
  • Closed dimensions of79″ x 48″ x 14″h
  • Overhang
  • Annex room with floor and dimensions of 90″ x 113″
  • Fits up to five people
  • Dual ladders
  • Mattress size of 79″ x 96″

This is our biggest roof top tent for sale and is great for taking a group overnight.

The Ranger

[stag_columns][stag_one_half][/stag_one_half][stag_one_half_last][/stag_one_half_last] [/stag_columns] Here are the details of our Ranger roof top tent:
  • Open dimensions of 56″ x 132″ x 52″h
  • Closed dimensions of 56″ x 48″ x 14″h
  • Overhang
  • Annex room with floor and dimensions of 90″ x 90″
  • Fits up to three people
  • One ladder
  • Mattress size of 56″ x 96″
The Ranger will fit any vehicle with crossbars.

The Delta

[stag_columns][stag_one_half][/stag_one_half][stag_one_half_last][/stag_one_half_last] [/stag_columns] Our Delta roof top tent is perfect for couples, individuals, or small families or groups. Here’s what you need to know about it:
  • Open dimensions of 56″ x 96″ x 52″h
  • Closed dimensions of 56″ x 48″ x 14″h
  • No overhang
  • No annex room
  • Fits two people
  • One ladder
  • Mattress size of 56″ x 96″
To further exemplify how the Delta is a prime choice for a roof top tent, check out its feature as one of Cool of the Wild’s best roof top tents. Now that you know the differences between our roof top tents, you can purchase the one that’s ideal for your camping goals.


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