Baja overlanding trailer is small enough and light enough to be towed by your RAV4, Jeep KL, Subaru's, or with your side by side, yet has the suspension you need to mob to your destination.
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Our trailers were developed with form and function in mind and that is why we designed an open kitchen living concept. The location of the refrigerator, prep area, sink and stove are conveniently located near one another, to make food preparation or just getting another beverage easy.
Our design of an open living concept of the kitchen and living area are easily accessed without any barriers. What does that mean? No Tailgate or Spare Tire Rack impeding or cutting off the flow from the kitchen to the living and dining areas. No moving racks to access your storage compartments. The spacious open floor plan is ideal for getting everyone together for meals, games, movies and conversation.
The tent and annex access were designed to be near the bathroom/shower to provide more privacy and to be close to the sleeping quarters should nature call in the late night/early morning hours.
We designed access to light controls from both sides of the trailer, not just one side. The hot water tank is conveniently located next to the shower. We also included storage for 2 propane tanks, so you can stay and enjoy nature, a little longer.
STORAGE, STORAGE, STORAGE was the number one request we heard when we set out to build our trailers. We listened and came up with solutions to provide not just storage, via a large rear box but “usable” storage. There is a difference. We believe storage should be organized and functional like a custom kitchen or closet and we took that into account when planning and designing the layout.
The rear was designed not only to hold a kitchen pullout with drawers but also accommodate an adjacent pullout in the Alpine model. Baja and Recon models have room for 2 pullouts in the rear and a kitchen pullout in the front for a desirable L-shaped kitchen concept. The trailers were designed to utilize space efficiently and effectively keeping all of your adventure gear well organized. We also enhanced the storage space by incorporating a fixed storage compartment above the kitchen pullout to store camping essentials.
Each side box was specifically designed to hold soft or hard storage containers. Both side boxes can accommodate jugs and other large items. Pullout drawers were added to function as pantry storage and also provide hidden storage for important items like keys and phones. There is also a charging station conveniently located next to the pullout drawers.
Molle panels were added to both side doors making it easy to attach your tankless water heater, axe, flashlight, and other accessories.
The Utility Box incorporates all of your electronics in one location. The control panel is housed behind a removable clear panel protecting your control panel from harm. The utility box has space for dual batteries and room to house recovery gear.
We designed our trailers to have a clean, modern but rugged exterior. We offer 3 color options, because one color option does not fit most. We incorporated premium Method Wheels and all terrain tires as a standard feature. We collaborated with Fabtech® to build an integrated suspension for the Alpine model to provide the ultimate offroad experience. Baja and Recon feature the Timbren suspension designed to take on tough terrain. Our anti-rust base coating with powder coated aluminum frame is also standard on all our models. Our premium roof rack with Prinsu Accessory mounts is also a standard feature.
And lastly, the trailers are lightweight and were designed to fit in most single car garages, so you can avoid expensive and ongoing storage fees.
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