Mig Trailers, based in Logan Utah, started building ATV & UTV trailers in 2013, and today offer a full line of ultra lightweight tent trailers suitable for any vehicle with a tow rating.
The original OPUS Camper was created in the UK to fill the lightweight tent-trailer niche, and now they have a US distributor.
While the OPUS Camper is a great trailer, we're most excited about their new Air OPUS Camper.
The Skycamp from iKamper is the first expandable hardshell RTT that we've seen, and it's now available for pre-order!
The TrailHead is OkieBuilt's first Off Road trailer, and they've started off very well!
The goal when Jason & his team designed the TrailHead was to build a trailer small enough to pull with a 2 door jeep, but with enough room to store all your gear.
At 80" X 50" X 20", the TrailHead seems sized just right for many camping & outdoor adventures. The trailer is LineX covered from the factory and includes LED lighting all around. A solid axle, Lock N Roll hitches, and the lid are included, as is a tailgate if you require one. The entry level price of $5,299 is a good place to start, and there are plenty of add-on options available.
Another great option for the TrailHead is the DIY kit. For just $1,449, you get all the steel needed to build a TrailHead. You supply the frame, tires, and labor, and you'll have an inexpensive Off Road trailer.
Read More at http://okiebuilttrailers.com
You’ve seen the original version of the XVenture Trailer by Schutt Industries in the first season of Expedition Overland. It’s a stout off road trailer built to military specifications to handle years of heavy-duty use and abuse.
At Overland Expo we got a sneak peek at the latest evolution of the XVenture, which will be featured in the upcoming Season 2 of XO. This version of the trailer has several significant upgrades over the original, including:
Jackwagon Off Road builds their Basecamp trailer to be similar to a military-style, but more of a basic box trailer.
Their 48 Cubic Foot trailer has a load capacity of over 1,000 lbs and includes a Tepui RTT as part of their basic build, for only $6,800.
That price also include 3 285/75/R16 All Terrain Tires, diamond plate fenders, and a tri-axis hitch.
We're excited to see another very feature-rich trailer option available!
Nice custom trailer with a CVT Mt. Hood
We just found out about a great CVT group buy over on IH8MUD.com. Depending on the tent you purchase, you could save over $700! The special runs through March 15th so don't delay if you've been wanting a CVT (Here's a review from FJC Magazine). They're also announcing their new Mt. McKinley tent, which is basically a double sized tent meant for families.
View the thread on IH8MUD.com