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A Canadian trailer manufacture, Off Road Trailer Corp offers a great basic trailer at a really aggressive price. The Sasquatch is built to serve as a true multi-purpose trailer and is rugged, just like its Canadian builders.
One of the most robust Teardrop style trailers currently on the market. The Moby1 series of Expedition Trailers provide a great mix of hard-sided comfort and off road capability.
Starting at $11,500 for a basic all-terrain model, up to the well outfitted Moby1 XTR fully-capably expedition model, these are great option in the teardrop style market.
CVT has been an RTT manufacturer for the last couple of years, and recently started selling off road trailers.
They offer two models of trailer that are built to take on the toughest trails and get you out into the woods. The Pioneer is the smaller trailer and comes in at 750lbs, while the Nomad is more of a 'box' trailer.
While Tentrax could be listed under Tent Trailers, we've kept it in the Overland Category since it's primarily an off-road trailer that happens to have a tent attached.
These lightweight, small trailers are great for one or two people, but are a little small for family use. The stock capacity of 35 cubic feet is hindered by the tent & bed, but there still is space for some gear. This is a great solution for those that pack light and are always on the go.
Manley ORV Trailers from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio is one of the newer trailer manufacturers on the list, but they feature very cool options on the tried & true "M416" based trailers.
Their three models of trailer go from 'basic' and inexpensive to 'fully outfitted' complete with an ARB RTT. MORV also offers a unique option within each model: you can choose from an imported frame & tub for significant savings, or pay a little more for a build 100% Made in America. This is the first company we've seen to offer such a choice.
A new player in the overland trailer scene, Dinoot offers a unique take on DIY trailers.
They probide the tub in the form of fiberglass sides that are bolted to the frame & platform of your choice. This allows you to build a basic, around town trailer or build a fully overland capable model. The lightweight of the trailer components make this a very interesting choice for smaller tow vehicles or those looking for maximum cargo capacity.