North Carolina-based SylvanSport has designed a spacious camping trailer for serious on-the-go travelers. The SylvanSport GO is a pop-up aluminum structure that includes storage space and has multiple dining and sleeping options.
The versatile camper contains four main pieces of infrastructure: a storage box, equipment rack, gear deck and tent pod. The roof rack system can hold both kayaks and bikes up to 165 lbs (75 kg) in weight. The gear deck can also hold equipment, as well as additional items such as coolers and suitcases and has a max carrying capacity of 960 lbs (435 kg).
The GO doesn’t skip out on sleeping accommodations. A waterproof tent pops up and unfolds to form configurable sleeping components. Two travelers can sleep on separate twin-sized beds with space to move between them or can transform the entire inside of the tent into a singular king-sized bed. When it’s time for meals, travelers can pull down a table that’s suspended from the top of the tent.
Engineered to be lightweight, SylvanSport emphasizes that the GO lends to a smooth ride thanks to its axles and cast-aluminum wheels, which reduce bounce and joltiness.
SylvanSport is currently accepting orders for summer 2022. The GO camping trailer is priced at $10,995 USD and offers add-ons at an additional cost, such as a camper cover and hanging organizer.
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