Tepui Announces the Launch of Low-Pro, the Most Aerodynamic and Streamlined Softshell Rooftop Tent on the Market
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (Apr. 9, 2019) — Tepui, the leading brand of rooftop tents and outdoor adventure gear, launches Low-Pro, the lowest profile softshell rooftop tent on the market. Tepui expands their selection of rooftop tents, adding a streamlined, lighter-weight option to their extensive line of soft-shell and hard-shell tents.
Low-Pro utilizes a lightweight Thermoplastic Engineered Construction (TEC) composite base material that is more durable and 100% recyclable. The Tepui TEC composite base and redesigned canopy reduce the weight and height of Low-Pro when the tent is closed. At 7”, Low-Pro sets a new bar for aerodynamic tent profiles. The innovative tent design introduces a curved top and a lightweight, all-season canopy, maintaining the spacious benefits of the iconic Tepui A-frame appearance. Low-Pro is available in two-person and three-person styles.
“We’re constantly assessing our rooftop tents and trying to find improvements and gaps in our product offerings. This year, we believe that we have developed two new products, HyBox and Low-Pro, that will attract new members to the Tepui family,” said Evan Currid, Tepui founder. “While developing Low-Pro, we innovated Tepui TEC, a new 100% recyclable base material, that we will likely integrate across our softshell tents.”
Low-Pro is available on tepui.com and thule.com on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. The two-person model, Low-Pro 2 will sell for $1,399.95 and Low-Pro 3 will sell for $1,749.95.
Founded in 2010 and based in Santa Cruz, California, Tepui Tents makes the highest quality rooftop camping tents and excursion accessories available. Engineered with market-leading designs that utilize premium materials, Tepui Tents are easy to install on almost any vehicle with a roof rack. From off-road warriors at the Baja 1000 to families car camping for a weekend at the lake, Tepui Tents and rugged accessories make any adventure a comfortable home away from home. For more information, visit www.tepui.com.