Overlanding – a cross between off-roading and camping – is currently gaining a following especially for those fond of staying outdoors and those who seek adventures. But of course, you need an overlanding-capable vehicle and Into The Wild Overland offers the right trailer for such an escapade.
Off-road camper vans as well as pickup trucks are usually the appropriate choice for an overlanding trip. But sometimes, the space isn't enough so a trailer might be a good addition. Into the Wild Overland will soon be offering the new Boreas XT12 camper trailer with off-road capabilities and camping features that could make your trip worth it.
The new Boreas XT12 isn't the company’s first camper trailer. Into The Wild Overland already offers the XT two-sleeper trailer and the MXT, which is basically the XT with an extended tongue for loading a motorcycle. Each model is custom-built and boasts off-grid capabilities that make an overlanding trip more enjoyable.
However, the Boreas XT only allows sleeping for two. Its cabin measures 9 feet in length, 5 feet in width and 4 feet in height. Its overall height is around 6 feet 3.5 inches while its overall length is 15 feet 3 inches.
Featuring a composite fiberglass exterior, the XT rides on Pro Comp 15-inch x 8-inch steel wheels shod with 30-inch x 9.5-inch BF Goodrich All Terrain Ko2 rubber. This off-road capability is complemented by a powder coated steel chassis, a Timbren Axle-Less 3500lb HD independent suspension, and electric brakes.
According to Into The Wild Overland, the new XT12 will also employ these elements. With these, the XT12 camper trailer should be capable enough of challenging the off-road and rough terrain.
It is highly likely that the upcoming XT12 will have similar amenities as the XT. Confirmed amenities include a Maxxair fan, double pane windows and a wet bath with shower. Its galley kitchen includes a three-burner stove, a dual zone refrigerator as well as a stainless steel sink and faucet.
In terms of dimensions, the Boras XT12 features a cabin 12 feet in length (or 3 feet longer than the XT). It measures 18 feet in overall length. Furthermore, a pop-up roof allows for 6 feet and 6 inches of standing height.
The Boreas XT12 is capable of allowing four adults to sleep in comfort – two of them on a permanent queen bed. This overlanding trailer will also come with a 23Zero Peregrine 270 awning that can cover both the rear door and galley kitchen.
A fully equipped XT12 costs between $40,000 and $50,000, although Into The Wild Overland has yet to set the price. The company plans to launch the XT12 in Spring 2020, but you can order yours now.
(Via Into The Wild Overland)