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SuperLite

SuperLite is currently on hold. Please read below for more information. 

If you have an existing order for SuperLite this does not impact your order. We will fulfill all existing orders.

We currently have SuperLite out of stock because we have sold through the materials we have on order for 2021. This includes several components such as fabric, honeycomb panel, extrusion, poles, hardware etc.

Moving forward, we don't plan to order more SuperLite materials in 2021. However, it is possible that we will have cancelations or other factors that may allow us to put a limited number of SuperLite back in stock.

If you are interested in being notified of SuperLite back in stock, please sign up for our email updates and we'll shoot you an email when we add limited inventory.  Click to sign up.

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The SuperLite is the lightest rooftop tent on the market. We've stripped down and streamlined a new approach to hardshell technology to make a light, durable, rooftop tent that can easily be taken on and off your vehicle. 

  • Spacious wedge design
  • Approximately 80lbs
  • Interior/Exterior dimensions: 50x90
  • Height open: 50 inches
  • Height closed: 6 inches
  • Featuring panorama windows on 3 sides with screen option

Options to accessorize

-Add Telescoping ladder (+100)

 

**US Shipping Rates:

West of the Rockies: $225

East of the Rockies: $250

Please note that tents, mattresses, and ladders all ship separately. We recommend after-market cross bars to mount the SuperLite. The mounting hardware provided includes 2 of the most common bolts. In some cases customers will have to source their own bolts if their rack does not accommodate the common sizes. 

If you do not have the minimum required 35" of unobstructed crossbar length, we recommend purchasing our SuperLite Offset Brackets.


For international SuperLite shipping quotes, please email support@gfcengineering.com

SuperLite Mounting Diagram

Hardware Thread and Pitch: 5/16"-18 

 Check out mounting video below: