Store more gear or create extra sleeping space with the separately available Dakota 2200 Roof Top Tent by pairing it with the Annexe 2200 from 23ZERO.
This annexe is made from 210 Denier polyester oxford ripstop fabric and comes with a 550gsm PVC style tub floor that can be removed so that it’s easy to clean. It attaches via the sail track on your roof top tent, and after that, you just need to zip up the walls and it’s good to go. With 3-way entry, it’s super simple to access and you can get to your vehicle through the convenient rear door. To keep insects at bay while allowing airflow, the windows and doors feature super fine insect-proof mesh while doors double as awnings for more shade.
Storage and transport of this annexe is also a breeze as it comes with an included carry bag. A helpful addition to your existing RTT set up, the Annexe 2200 from 23ZERO creates more coverage at the campsite.
210 Denier polyester oxford ripstop
550gsm PVC tub style floor zips off for easy cleaning
Large doors/windows with super fine insect mesh throughout
Rear vehicle access door
1.65M Suits height 1350mm to 1700mm
2.1M Suits height 1850mm to 2200mm
Doors double as awnings for extra shelter
Compatible with separately available Dakota 2200 RTT from 23ZERO
Carry bag included
250L x 280W cm
Max. Head Height:
135 − 170 cm
210D Oxford Polyester Ripstop
550gsm PVC Tub Style
Annexe for older style Dakota 22â€â€1 answer
Will this fit the previous model 2200?
Lachlan - Bendemeer, NSW(1 month ago)
Yes, this will fit the older-style Dakota 2200 Rooftop Tents as well as the new Series 4. This is just attached via the sail track on the RTT as long as that's there you should be good to go!
Kaya - Snowys(4 weeks ago)
Height 1 answer
My rack height including supports is 175cm. Would there be enough slack to get this 165 version (5cm) as I don’t want the slack from the 220 version
Julian - Cooranbong, NSW(3 years ago)
The 1.65m Annexe suits heights 1350mm to 1700mm, and the 2.2m starts at 1850mm, so I think based on that you're closer to the shorter height, and it might be a slightly better option. You may just find that your corner pegs will have to sit up out of the ground a little, and you lose a tiny bit of floor space to account for the height difference.