BRS Offroad Sherpa Camper Trailer

Sep 4, 2018

Category: Living

Here in the U.S., your average teardrop camping trailer is a manageable, if fairly unimpressive road-friendly sleeping solution. In Australia, however, the terrain is a bit more demanding and requires a lot more toughness and durability. And that’s why the Aussies at BRS Offroad built the Sherpa camper trailer.

Perhaps the most badass teardrop trailer ever built, the Sherpa is nothing shy of breathtaking — both in regards to its intimidating appearance and off-road prowess. Its foundation is a hot-dipped galvanized chassis, designed specifically to cut down on weight without sacrificing performance. It also features class-leading ground clearance, an impressive Cruisemaster suspension, and loads of other goodies. Its internal accommodations are equally as impressive, ranging from a pop-up rooftop tent, a heated main cabin with a 21″ LED TV and a 30L fridge, an outdoor shower mated to a 200L water bladder, a two-burner stove, and much more. Best of all, pricing starts at just $44,000.

Purchase: $44,000+

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