Waking up in an iKamper roof top tent just got better. Whether you run hot or cold, prefer down or synthetic, like to share or keep the covers to yourself, there’s something here with your name on it. Add and subtract components, layer them together, and make your own Sleep System.
After a long day outdoors, we want to recharge and be ready to do it all again the next morning. The RTT Comfort to be more than just a perfect fit for our tents. These mattresses utilize a combination of air and open-cell memory foam to offer 4” of supportive loft.
When it’s time to pack down, they deflate to 1” thickness, making room for down bedding and pillows to be stored inside your roof top tent. They also feature an anti-condensation layer, brushed microfiber surface, and a 7.6 R-value*, giving your bed at home a run for its money.
(*R-value is the measure of thermal resistance, and indicates how effective a material is at insulating against the cold. The higher the R-value, the more effective the material is at preventing heat loss. Every little bit helps in colder climes.)
iKamper Sleeping Bags
iKamper sleeping bags are designed with car campers, overlanders, and van lifers in mind. Elevated off the ground in a vehicle or roof top tent, less bedding is needed to insulate against the floor. To keep things comfortable and improve heat regulation, iKamper uses a 60/40 split favoring the top half of the sleeping bag that allows heat to concentrate where it’s most needed.
iKamper sleeping bags are made with RDS-certified down and feathers, and recycled, synthetic fibers for a down alternative.