INTRODUCING THE JAMES BAROUD
Extreme XXL Rooftop Tent
The Extreme XXL is the big brother to the standard-size Extreme. Designed to offer extra gear hauling capacity, the cargo tray includes tie-down points and supports loads up to 65-pounds. Like the Extreme, the single-sided hinge and wedge-shaped architecture make it a fast tent to set up or take down. Simply unlatch the two side buckles and the gas-charged struts elevate the upper shell. To ensure an effortless setup, the struts have been tuned to raise the extra weight of cargo stored atop the shell. Setup takes as little as two minutes including the installation of the telescoping lad-der.
The Extreme XXL’s dual doors and large wrap-around windows provide 270-degree views to let in extra light. A rear panel creates a convenient portal through which to pass gear from the back gate of the vehicle. Mesh backing on the window panels keep bugs at bay while inviting a cooling cross breeze. The sloped roofline creates a tall internal peak height of 51-inches which is perfect for taller users requiring extra headroom.
160lbs / 73 kg
High Density Foam
Class Leading Strength
A hallmark of every James Baroud tent is the proprietary canvas. The aluminized polyester fabric is coated with an acrylic layer to yield unrivaled storm worthiness, durability, UV-resistance, and breathability. In warm temperatures the canvas reflects solar heat to help maintain a cool and comfortable internal temperature. For use in cooler weather, an optional Isothermic liner bolsters warmth and helps reduce condensation. Like all of their tents, the Extreme was tested to wind speeds of 60mph. Even in a howling gale, the fabric walls remain taut with no buffeting to disturb a good night’s sleep.
|Canvas Characteristics||ISO Standard|
|Composition||PES 100%||ISO 1833|
|Construction||Simple 1/1||ISO 3572|
|Weight (+/-5%)||240g/m2||ISO 3801|
|Tensile Strength||ISO 13934-1|
|Breaking load||ISO 13937-1|
|Schmerber||85 cm||ISO 811|
|Weather Resistance||6 (Sides Covered)||ISO 105 b04|
|Migration within the PVC||3-4||ISO 10510:1978|