An Aussie-built towable to get you farther into the backcountry
Every week, we come across a new rugged towable. But this may be most over-the-top one yet.
The trailer has an air-suspension system that gives each wheel a full foot of independent travel for rolling over rough terrain. You can adjust that travel via an app on your phone. It's got a narrow footprint for navigating small forest roads, and comes with a winch, just in case. Inside you get a queen bed, dual refrigerator-freezer combos, dedicated wine storage, and a full kitchen.
Bruder builds them in Australia, but is more then happy to ship one to the U.S.
From $77,000, bruderx.com
Lead Photo: Bruder
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