Overland / Expedition Style off road trailers refer to trailers specifically built for off road/4x4 trail use. These trailers usually feature large tires and an advanced suspension system. They also often include many advanced features for extended back country use.
Some of the features Expedition Trailers can include are:
In a recent blog post, RV Rental site Outdoorsy.CO details "The Return of Teardrop Trailers".
For those following our site & the off-road-trailer marketplace for a while will not be surprised.
The Cricket Trailer, from Taxa Outdoors has seen quite a bit of press...but the California based company has plenty more to offer!
For a great low-starting price of $13,500, the Christianson brothers from Oregon Trail'R will build you a custom adventure-ready Teardrop, they call it the TerraDrop.
BorderLand Trailers (formerly known as Basecamp) is the outdoor/prepper division of Mobilight Trailers out of West Jordan, UT. They're flagship trailers are built as multi-use, do-anything cargo boxes on steroids. Let's take a look:
For generations, Airstream has been one of the most respected names in travel trailers. The unmistakable shiny aluminum shell has served the brand well for over 80 years and is now applied to a new 'soft-road-worthy' trailer: the new for 2016 Basecamp.
You already know they do travel trailers (called caravans down under) to the extreme in Australia. Well, we may have found the most epic heavy dyty Australian camper / travel trailer: the BruderX
Denver, CO based Hiker Trailers is all about changing the way you think about teardrop-style trailers. They offer a 4X8 model (without off-road mods) for under $3,000....$2,895.00 to be exact.
Expedition Portal reports that the amazing Conqueror Off Road Camper is availble in North America!
One of the top exploration campers worldwide will now have a permanent place on our continent, based in Ohio.
Early orders can expect delivery in late fall 2016 or early winter 2017.
A rugged and roomy teardrop for the serious explorer, the Off Road Dog House from Lead Dog Motorsports comes in either a 4X8 or wide 5X8 size and includes plenty of extras in the low sub $8,500 price.
The latest (as of mid-2015) entry into the teardrop market comes from Grand Junction, Colorado: Vintage Overland.
These teardrop style "caravan" trailers come in 3 flavors:
The Tuco, a basic model that's 4' X 8' and doesn't include a rear hatch.
The Great Escape is 4' X 8' and includes a rear hatch and additional LED lighting.
The T.E. Lawrence is 5' X 8' and includes a larger bed, extra LED lighting, a writing desk, and additional storage.
The trailers start at $10,500 and take around 6 weeks to be hand-built. They're accepting orders for 2016 now.