Xventure Off-Road Trailer

Jun 13, 2014

Category: Rides, Showcase

We’re seeing more and more versatility on the make-your-own-adventure front, and the Xventure XV-2 Trailer from Schutt Industries is another prime example.

With its military technology DNA, the Xventure promises a robust and rugged way to go off-road and rest easy. But the big feature here is the tow-along’s adjustable upper deck that offers room for sleeping as well as cargo. The optional Elevating Rack System lets you raise the height of the upper rack, putting your sleeping quarters up off of the ground and into the starry sky. The Xventure’s chassis is rock-solid, built from aluminum tubing secured together with some 300 Alcoa HuckBolts, resulting in 5,000 lbs. of bonding strength. A scratch- and chip-resistant polyurea protective coating means you don’t have to worry about blazing your trail, wherever that may be. [Purchase]

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