The Rolls Royce of rooftop tents in the Darche range, snooze every night on your expeditions in the premium Panorama 1400 Rooftop Tent from Darche.
With a convenient low-profile pack down, the Panorama is made from 1500mm PU waterproofed 320gsm Ripstop canvas, with a HD compressed checker-plate base board and a PVC tonneau cover for durability. The quality construction features seam-sealed twin needle lock-stitched seams, and reinforced bar tack stitching on all the stress points for your peace of mind. It’s got a zippered window so you can stargaze as you sleep on the included 50mm high-density open-cell foam mattress, and a tropical fly to prevent condensation.
The built-in air vents allow for airflow, and the 180° side windows feature fine insect mesh for protection. The Panorama also has a 25mm diameter internal aluminium frame, stainless steel centre hinges and comes with an alloy telescope 2.3m extendable ladder. Fit to withstand the uncompromising Aussie landscape – the Panorama 2 1400 RTT will see you through your touring adventures.
1500mm PU waterproofed 320gsm Ripstop canvas
Tropical fly helps prevent condensation
Seams are sealed & twin needle lock stitched
180° side windows with fine insect mesh
Internal storage pockets for gear
Laminated PVC tonneau cover
Zippered star gazing window
HD compressed checker-plate base board
50mm high-density mattress with a full zip off water-resistant cover
Includes mounting kit, guy ropes, window poles, pegs and instructions
Staff tip:You'll need to confirm the suitability of your vehicle and roof rack to be able to install and use this RTT. Check the transport/carton details above to make sure you have the capacity to transport the packaged product before you pick it up.
Staff tip:We're sorry, but our stores don't have the facilities to install rooftop tents.
Hi, can you leave your bedding in while it's folded up ie a sheet & doona?
Amy - Tamworth(1 year ago)
In general, you won't be able to leave bedding in your rooftop tent, as it will be too thick to folded and secure safely. A sheet should be fine, but you might find that a doona will be a little too thick depending on how compressible it is.