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This Crossover Off-Road Teardrop Camper is at Home on Pavement, Too

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After a tiring week at work, with the weekend looming happily ahead of us, we often fantasize about a little getaway! Just a few days away from our hectic lives and this hectic world, in a bubble of our own where all our worries are nowhere to be seen. 

There’s nothing more comforting or exciting than lounging around in a comfortable off-road teardrop camper while you explore the countryside. It’s your home away from home! Not to mention that today’s off-road camper designs are innovative and inventive to make your travels that much better. 

You never feel out of place because these little campers feel like a house on wheels, and they can go anywhere your off-road vehicle can. But what if you don’t always want to take it off the road? 

Today, we’ll look at an off-road teardrop camper that can do it all – the Krawler from So-Cal Teardrops. This resourceful camper manages to meet all of your needs and turn our camping experience into a fulfilling and comfortable one.

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Why an Off-Road Teardrop Camper is a Good Investment

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The Krawler is actually So-Cal Teardrops’ crossover off-road teardrop camper option, and as you can already guess from the “crossover” part, it is the best of both worlds. It can do pretty much everything on the tarmac and off of it. Wild camping is an experience none of us adventurers can resist.

Therefore, the vehicle for our adventures should have the ability to negotiate rough terrain. But, how would you like to bring your off-road teardrop trailer on your highway road trip? That versatility makes it extremely desirable for people who don’t always want to be off-grid. 

The demand for motorhomes is skyrocketing lately as more and more people crave an adventurous life on the road for a night or two – or far longer, if desired. This has led to an increase in the number of motorhome trailers in production and rising prices. But, starting at $16,000, the Krawler is still a very budget-friendly option in the market. 

So-Cal Teardrops Krawler Off-Road Teardrop Camper Features

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The Krawler is So-Cal Teardrops’ most popular model because it comes with exceptional features as standard, and that’s not typical of trailers at this price point. The features list starts with a heavy-duty off-road frame with LED brake and reverse lights built into the chassis. 

The second feature on the list is the 2500-pound Torflex axle with 10-inch electric brakes. It’s there to ensure your safety while traveling at highway speeds and traveling slowly on rough trails. The 30″ x 9.5″ All Terrain tires mounted on 7″ x 15″ rims are also there to help you when you’re off the beaten path. The other standard features are a reinforced rib system, paddle latch door handles, and double-sealed doors with stiffeners. 

What Interior Amenities Does This Off-Road Teardrop Camper Have?

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The Krawler also comes with an amazing interior. It’s made out of 9-ply and 13-ply Baltic Birch with two coats of UV lacquer. For insulation, it’s equipped with all-weather poly-fiber under-sheathing as well as insulated ceiling and floor. 

So-Cal Teardrops also considered your outdoor comfort when they built the Krawler. You can tell by checking out the 4” thick, grade “A” foam tri-fold mattress and various cubbies, shelves, and cup holders for your gear. It also has an LED dome light, an AM/FM/CD radio, a USB outlet, a 12v accessory outlet, and tinted sliding aluminum windows with screens.

This Off-Road Teardrop Camper Even Has a Full Galley!

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If you can’t eat, you can’t function. That is especially true outdoors, and if you plan to have an off-grid or on-grid vacation, you should think about it beforehand. However, if you have a Krawler, you’ll also have a full galley ready wherever you go. 

The Krawler’s galley comes with a nested utensil drawer and a two-burner LP stove mounted in a sliding drawer. The countertops and shelves are high-pressure laminated for extreme durability, while even the LED light bar is robust. 

This galley will also take care of your energy needs whenever you want. It has a 12V system powered by Group 24 Deep Cycle battery and a 3-stage marine charger with external shore power. 

In other words, the Krawler from So-Cal Teardrops is the well-equipped, budget-friendly off-road and on-road trailer you’ve been waiting for!

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