What’s the point of buying a camper if it can’t, you know, camp?
And we don’t mean pulling up to a manicured, reserve-only, federally supervised campsite. We mean the deep s**t — the kind of terrain your average Airstream or Winnebago simply can’t handle.
But this little guy can.
Behold Inka’s Venture OHV Rough Ridge Edition, a teardrop trailer we’re dubbing the Swiss Army Knife of campers.
Light enough to be hauled behind any SUV, Inka’s new camper goes as deep into the wilds as your wheels will allow, bringing with it plentiful creature comforts in an efficiently optimized package.
The gullwing doors provide cover from the elements and won’t slam shut in high winds.
The queen bed inside has 46 inches of headroom and is surrounded by LEDs. You can add AC and heat, which are powered by a 55Ah AGM battery you can either charge before venturing out, or juice up on the go by adding the optional solar panels.
The roof rack is built to conserve storage space, and you can also add a bike rack. There are seven cabinets in the rear galley for food storage and prep.
The galley comes with stainless steel counters, a stove and a sink serviced by a 10-gallon water tank. You can also tack on a microwave and a Weber grill for a few pennies extra.
As for the chassis, it’s an 11-gauge rectangular tube with a dual trailing arm suspension system, Firestone Ride Rite air springs and Rancho 9000 adjustable shocks. So yeah, it’ll handle those rocks and ridges you’ll be fording it over.
And most importantly, its fiberglass casing is sealed tight all around to keep out any cold wind or snow Ma Nature can spit at it.
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