The Tuff Stuff® rooftop awning is designed to accommodate you and your passengers out on the trail by utilizing the existing roof rack to mount and support the rooftop awning. The Tuff Stuff® Rooftop Awning provides the ultimate comfort, shade, ease, and convenience when traveling to the most secluded camping locations. Gaining up to 8' of shade outward and 6.5' across, the Tuff Stuff® Rooftop awning is an addition you never knew you needed until you use it! Add our adjustable 12-volt dimming LED light strip to the awning to light up your entire camp.
Our Tuff Stuff® Rooftop awning can install multiple ways, using the universal L bracket system provided. Our customers have utilized their roof to mount, others have used their roof racks, and our customers who have installed our Rooftop Tent have used the existing rail system on the tent or alternatively drilled directly through the Rooftop Tent Base floor for a secure mount. If you hit the trails regularly or are an avid camper then the Tuff Stuff® Rooftop Tent & Rooftop Awning is right up your alley!
Some of our customers have utilized their existing roof to mount our awnings
Others have used their existing roof racks
And still, others have used the existing rail system on their tent (for the 4.5' x 6') or alternatively drilled directly through the Roof Top Tent Base floor (for the 6.5' x 8') for a secure mount.
If you hit the trails, go to the beach, tailgate, or are an avid camper then the Tuff Stuff® rooftop awning is right up your alley!
Absolutely, the awning will be the first thing you pull out when you hang out at the beach, go to the desert, tailgating, or are watching the kids play. Instant shade and protection from the elements is something you don't think about until you need it.
Will this hold up in wind?
Yes, with the provided guide ropes and stakes, your awning can withstand moderate (10-20MPH) winds without damaging the poles. If there is any chance of wind, be sure to use the stakes & ropes as we do not cover wind damage under warranty.
Can this be used in rain?
You can certainly use your awning in light rains. If the awning fabric pools up water in the middle, there is a good chance your awning legs will buckle, ruining the structure. If you are present during a rainstorm, be sure to continuously pour the rainwater off of the fabric to prevent permanent damage.
Can the shade wall be rolled up with the awning?
Yes, if you lay the awning shade wall flat, and you are careful in rolling it up, the shade wall can be kept attached to the awning and stored for transport inside of the storage bag.