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Made-To-Order Trailer Takes Hipster Camping to a New Level

Photo Credit Skye Moorhead & David Johnston/Hütte Hut

If you're the type of camper that can't leave home without your organically roasted coffee, small-batch whiskey, and plenty of ironic tees, look no further. This new 14-foot long teardrop trailer designed by Sprouting Sprocket Studio and made in Santa Barbara, California takes boutique camping to a whole new level. Using the classic teardrop silhouette, the Hütte Hut caravan boasts double doors, large windows, bowed trusses, and a sun diffusing canopy that lets in plenty of light. Towable by most cars, the two-person trailer was inspired by boat-building techniques and uses a Joubert Okume marine ply exterior, Baltic Birch wood floors and fixtures, and solid wood trusses. But all this fancy schmancy styling doesn't come cheap; the caravans are made-to-order in small batches (just like that rye whiskey in your flask) and the base models start at $63,900.

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