What red-blooded, used-to-smoke-a-little-pot, college-kid-at-heart dude isn’t charmed by an old Volkswagen camper bus? It is the original hippy-hotel on wheels. The thing is, driving one on the freeway is risking certain death. The Dub Box solves this dilemma. By turning the fun end of a VW bus into a plush, custom trailer, they allow you to hit the road with your own little compact pop-top VW camper in tow while still driving a vehicle with safety features like airbags and anti-lock brakes.
If outdoor weekend adventures are your lifeblood the GO camper will get it pumping. At only 840 pounds, it’s a super lightweight mobile trailer that will carry all your cargo from kayaks to bikes to boards and more, plus it converts into a pop-up, soft-sided camper with sleeping space for four.
Super lightweight and versatile, this compact tow-trailer lets you bring everything you want on the road. Even if you drive a Mini, you’ll be able to drag along all your toys: bikes, boards, camping gear, luggage & more. The unique modular design lets you pop the top off for uncovered cargo like a motorcycle or mother-in-law. You know, the big stuff. Payload is up to 1000 pounds, so no need to pack light.
Few brands can lay claim to a true classic legacy. As American as mom’s apple pie, Eddie Bauer and Airstream are exceptional brands that have stood the test of time with simple style. The two have now combined forces to create a special edition 25’ Airstream camper outfitted for sporty, rugged adventures from sea to shining sea.
Light enough to be towed by a Subaru Forester, the Cricket trailer is a car-camper’s dream. Actually, it’s the realized dream of NASA “space architect”, Garrett Finney, who wanted to make a light, comfortable camper for his family. With an airy pop-top and cool features like a stove & shower – it’s like your own little space shuttle.
It’s not really camping when you’re surrounded by Winnebago-washing retirees in a giant parking lot called an RV Resort. Jeep comes correct with their Extreme Trail Edition camper so you can get away from it all. It’s got a heavy duty frame, 35-inch BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires, 15 inches of ground clearance, a full under-body skid plate, and high mounted fenders. Make your getaway a real escape.
Let’s have a moment of silence for the time when simplicity & practicality ruled the day – the 40s and 50s. Before mansions on wheels became popular, the Teardrop Camper was the preferred mode of packing it up and going “anywhere but here.” This Woodie incorporates all Silver Tear’s classic features – compact size, open rear galley, elegant interior finishes, recessed lighting & a slew of customizable options. If this photo transported you away from reality, at least for a few seconds, it’s time for a vacation.
There are babe magnets, then there are Airstreams. Designer, David Winick restores classics or retrofits new to your custom specs. Vintage Airstreaming is more than owning a silver bullet – it is a way of life. Thanks for stopping by. There’s a cold beverage in the fridge.