Earth Traveler’s 298-Pound Teardrop Trailer Is Made From Chicken Feathers

May 22, 2019

Category: Living

Roaming the backcountry to reconnect with nature is a refreshing activity that will remind you why life unplugged is more peaceful. The Earth Traveler T250LX Teardrop Trailer is here to help you in your travels so you’ll always have a pod to revitalize yourself on the journey.

The hand-built T250LX is an incredibly lightweight trailer compatible with modern fuel-efficient and electric vehicles. It’s made from a composite derived from chicken feathers and clocks in at just 298 pounds. Although it’s a lightweight trailer, the adaptable four-person living shelter has strength comparable to carbon fiber. It also features an organic shape, making it both aerodynamic and weatherproof, and full gull-wing panels to expand the interior space for added comfort. You can even add tents, kitchen amenities, off-road components, and UV awnings. If you’re in search of a teardrop trailer for your electric vehicle, you can pick up the impressive T250LX for $10,000.

Purchase: $10,000

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