Type B motorhome RVers often choose between adding sleeping area on the roof or a roof rack to mount gear and material. Super Pacific’s Cloud Cap pops up on RVs to provide space for both needs.
Super Pacific founder and President, Peter Williams said, “We created the Cloud Cap to eliminate that compromise, and we think it’s a big win for van owners.”
The Cloud Cap is a low-profile pop-up tent and modular gear mounting platform. The product is the manufacturer’s first van market product. The design was inspired by the company’s X1 Camper, a four-season canopy trailer.
Super Pacific assessed the Cloud Cap for extreme Pacific Northwest conditions. The tent is crafted with marine-grade polyester tent fabric, polypropylene composite panels and proprietary aluminum products. The pop-up has an opening to climb from the van into the tent via a ladder.
The tent has three storm doors that zip open, with screens keeping bugs from entering. Adjustable vents reduce condensation.
The clam-shell-styled tent has a walkable roof panel and numerous T-slots to install accessories such as solar panels, awnings and light bars. Cross-Bars enable roof gear storage.
The sleeping area can accommodate two adults. Upgrades include a Gear Loft for overhead storage and a Therma Puff insulated liner for cold weather.
The Cloud Cap can be installed on various van models including the Mercedes Sprinter and Ford Transit. Ford E-Series and Ram ProMaster models are coming soon. A proprietary installation mounting kit is included.
Super Pacific’s network of authorized van manufacturers sells Cloud Cap at an MSRP of $12,200.
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