Used with the 12 inch RCI rack for 5.5ft beds on my 2021 f150 5.6ft bed and I gotta say it fits almost like it was built for it. No tent overhang off the tailgate and can still reach the front straps on the tent. 10/10 would recommend the four person version for anyone with a 2021 you won’t be disappointed.
Hi Brennon, Thank you for your review and recommendation! We are glad you are enjoying your new gear!
So far we have 3 nights in the tent. Tool kit included with the tent is super nice! 2 people and 2 large dogs fit with plenty of extra room. We are able to store 2 pillows and a blanket and still close the tent with ease. LED lights are great but could be made better by allowing independent control of inside and outside lights. This feels very high quality so far.
We appreciate the review! Glad to hear you are loving the Tuff Stuff Alpha.
So far so good. Haven’t found any issues yet.
My wife and I have gotten to spend a few nights in the Alpha so far. Arriving late to a dark campsite the set up is a cinch, maybe 5 minutes tops. This version, unlike some of the earlier Alphas, has awnings that can be propped open over the side windows to block light rain or sun which is a really nice feature. The tent breaths really well with the windows and door flaps open and we’re big fans of the “moon roof” on the ceiling. Rain fly is really easy to set up or roll out of the way and stow on rain free nights. The lights inside the tent and under the platform on the outside are a brilliant touch. The “floor space” of the tent is huge. Seriously for only two adults there is so much room for gear and whatever else you might want and still plenty of space to sleep comfortably. We have two tiny complaints: setting up the ladder can be a bit finicky, but this may be a common problem for these types of extendable ladders (stowing it is simple though) and the mattress might be a bit firm for some people. All in all these two things are really minor. It’s a great tent and we can’t wait to use it on a two week trip from California to Utah, Wyoming, and Montana in a week. Thanks also to Rooftop Overland for the lightning quick responses to questions I had prior to purchasing.
Love it.....I got a 2019 Chevy LZT 6.2 with a Putco Rack and it fits just perfect. I cant wait to go camping soon.....
Rock solid and pretty warm, when in windy and rainy conditions. It definitely has a slight learning curve and the break down procedure can be a bit cumbersome, but as a whole it’s up in a minute and super rock solid.
Hi Spencer, thank you for your honest review! We will share your feedback with Tuff Stuff.
The fabric, shell structure, and packaging were way better than I expected. I have concerns with how tight the fabric is stretched in the corners when shell is opened. Don't expect it to last very long before it tears or breaks zipper. Ease of setup is nice, for me I bring a ladder at 5' 8" the ladder is a must. Your unable to drive in the rain with it on vehicle the front two corners are not sealed and it gets soak and wet inside.