Drive It Like You Stole It with Go Fast Campers Superlite Rooftop Tent

Our friends at Go Fast Campers just launched the lightest hardshell rooftop tent on the market. For those that are looking to cut out bulk, this might be a great option for your overland adventures.

Not everyone wants to be weighed down with a huge rooftop tent on their rig. For those that use their rigs as daily drivers, it is nice to be able to remove your tent during the week and not have it be a full-time brick wall that kills your gas mileage at highway speeds.


An 80-pound rooftop tent? You’re kidding!

An 80-pound rooftop tent? You’re kidding!

On the trail, this 80-pound tent is like a feather on your roof rack. If you do a lot of off-camber driving, this tent isn’t pushing you past the tipping point.

I know you’re thinking to yourself, “Self, how many people can you actually fit in an 80-lb. tent?” and you would answer yourself, “Two adults.” The Go Fast Campers Superlite measures 90 inches long by 50 inches wide and about four to six inches tall when closed (depending on gear you have stored in the tent).

It does not come with a mattress, so you can use your own blow up mattress or you can opt for GFC’s three-inch foam air hybrid mattress. You can also choose a ladder or no ladder option.

The GFC Superlite retails for $1199 for the no ladder, no mattress option and up to $1578 with all of the accessories. Learn more at Go Fast Campers.


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Header image credit: Go Fast Campers

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