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“Glamping” may not be a new concept, but it’s one that certainly gained popularity with many Americans in 2020.
With all the stay-at-home orders, families have had to get creative when it came to vacationing safely.
The Torque Report is a well-known resource for car reviews. When journalist Marc Carter reviewed the Kia Telluride in December, they found it was best paired with a hard shell roof top tent. But not just any roof top tent — they called out our Roofnest Falcon as the tent to do the trick.
Carter loved the “easy-to-use ladder” which can be a major asset when juggling small children and camping gear. He was also surprised by the comfort of the mattress, making “camping way more comfortable than you’re used to.”
Carter noted that your kids will enjoy watching the Falcon pop open in under a minute flat with a quick lift of the latch on each side, giving you more time for fun outdoor games and exploring. And when bed time rolls around, they’ll fall asleep fast now that they’re off the cold, bumpy ground.
Carter and his wife were so happy with their Roofnest adventure, they’re convinced that they can convert their anti-camping friends to come along next time! “We felt spoiled,” said Carter upon waking up to a gorgeous view from the Falcon’s window.
If you’re taking the little ones on a getaway this weekend, you’re going to want them to be as comfortable as possible. The Roofnest Falcon takes the stress out of camping with your family so you can focus on having fun.
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