Who needs a tiny house?
Who needs a tiny house? (Colorado Teardrops)

Summit Teardrop Camper

The go-anywhere, do-anything teardrop trailer

Who needs a tiny house?
Kip Malone

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Meet your Tacoma’s new best friend.

With 35-inch off-road tires and full skid plates, this tow-behind will go anywhere your truck wants to take it. And then it'll house you for the night in total comfort. It sleeps up to four people and features a massive slide-out galley for gear and food. An optional power package and solar setup is good for extended time off the grid, while the roof can support 1,500 pounds for toy transport or a rooftop tent. It's also fully insulated (winter camping, anyone?) and only weighs 1,800 pounds, so you can tow it with a wagon. 

From $21,100, coloradoteardropcamper.com

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