We are all on a journey in this life, aren’t we? Where is the journey taking you? We have created the rooftop tent to take you there…with easy set up in under a minute, a 7" profile which makes it one of the lowest profile tents on the market today. The Odyssey will withstand the hard times on the journey like low hanging branches on the trail and carries the weight of life with 250lbs of gear on top (with rack system - sold separately). The Odyssey Premium includes our enhanced Tri-layer technology that shields you from the harshest winter weather and keeps you cool on hot summer nights. All of the Odyssey tents include the integrated LED light strips (power pack not included).
*PLEASE NOTE: Odyssey DOES NOT come with black lid or red trim!
Odyssey tent shown in pictures with black wrap and Freespirit logo, this was a SEMA display tent. All tents shipping out have the silver aluminum top. Ladder is included.
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OPTIONAL CARGO RACK SYSTEM SOLD SEPARATELY
WIDE ANGLE VIEW
We have 170 degree peripheral vision. We figured you'd want to use most of that when you're camping. Our unique design enhances the panoramic view so you can take in more of your favorite camping spots from the comfort of your favorite tent.
INTEGRATED NIGHT LIGHT
LIGHT IT UP
Light up the night with the USB powered ultra-bright LED light strip. (Battery pack not included.)
EXTREME WEATHER PROTECTION
Equipped with our enhanced Tri-layer technology, it’s engineered to hold heat in extreme cold weather, but yet still comfortable on a warm summer night.
KEEP IT LOW
Our 7" low profile design allows for wind slicing aerodynamics while creating a sleek, minimalistic look to compliment any ride.
ODYSSEY HARD TOP
MOUNT YOUR GEAR
The Optional Rack System allows you to mount gear on top of the Odyssey tent. Load up bikes, kayaks, totes—you name it.
The tent is great (Odyssey)! I had some issues getting the ladder shipped but the overall experience was good.
Took it out the weekend I got it and it did not disappoint. Kept us warm and the set up only took 2 minutes. Only downside to it is that I was not able to store sleeping bags or pillows inside while it is closed. Other than that I would recommend this product if you’re in the market for a RTT.
Wait...You can only give 5? Dang! First off, I haven't even used used it yet. Why? Cause I messed up and ordered my bedrack after, my RTT and they are on an 8 week lead time. So, anyway, Ive opened it and its setup in garage on my hoist. First impressions were the zippers. Yes, zippers. Well made with 3 inch sew tassels to pull. TL fabric is well stitched and the mattress for me is a 100 just like my Sleepnumber bed at home. The setup is easily 90 seconds and you are done. The ladder, the L.E.D lighting and construction of the shell are a 6 star!! Abraham in the customer service is a pleasure to talk to and very very knowledgeable. We talked about things that had nothing to do about Overlanding or camping for several minutes. I had done my research and had 3 other companies to choose from, but after reading several reviews and talking to FSR 3 other times before buying. This was the best fit for me and my style! I will update once I use it in October!!
I upgraded from an Adventure Series M55 and going to the Odyssey 55 is a solid upgrade…but it isn’t perfect.
Setup on the Odyssey is blazing fast and easy. Even though it didn’t take a long time on my old M55, peeling back that PVC cover was a pain to deal with. Popping open the Odyssey is a breeze with the gas strut assist and take down is just as easy. I was setup and done in seconds.
The thin nature of the Odyssey improved my average MPG on my Jeep Wrangler. Before with my M55 I averaged about 15-16 MPG. Now with the Oddysey being thinner and a hard shell it must slice through the air easier and now I hit a solid 19 MPG average on a 600 mile trip. I couldn’t be happier about that.
If you’re a side sleeper, the firm mattress will be uncomfortable. I woke up several times in the night with my hip aching due to how stiff the mattress is. I’m still trying to come up with a work around on this which leads me to the biggest CON of all.
Lastly, you can absolutely FORGET about storing any blankets, or sleeping bags, or pillows, or mattress pads in the tent while it is not deployed. Given the slim nature of the tent while it is closed up you cannot store anything in there whatsoever. Unlike my old M55, I could store a mattress pad and my sleeping bag in there to save room in the Jeep. Unfortunately this is no longer the case.
Even with the drawbacks, I’m happy with the Odyssey 55. However given what I spent on the Odyssey I was hoping that this would be my “end all tent” and the last one I’d ever have to buy. But sadly I don’t think this will be the case.
I am in love with my new tent. I do mostly desert camping and can never steak a ground tent into the hard dirt. Fits perfectly on my tacoma and the set up takes about 2 minutes.