“Scout” Truck Camper Brand Joins Adventurer Manufacturing Lineup

A photo of the new Scout brand of Adventurer truck campers

Adventurer Manufacturing Ltd., maker of truck camper brands Adventurer and Eagle Cap, recently announced the launch of its new brand, Scout, and its first model, The Scout Olympic.

This new truck camper is comprised of components that are completely detachable and can be used independently from the unit. Adventurer Manufacturing highlights the new camper’s portability design and multi-functional nature.

The first model of the fleet is the Scout Olympic 6.5. It has a base weight of 1133 lbs., sleeps up to 6 individuals, supports off-grid travels and is now available for purchase starting at $19.980. The Olympic targets smaller, half-ton trucks to full-size trucks. This includes trucks like the Toyota Tundra, Nissan Titan, Ford F-150, Ram 1500, Chevrolet and GMC 1500. The Scout Olympic 6.5 will fit box sizes from the 5.5-foot box length all the way up to the 8-foot bed.

CEO David Epp said the camper’s forward-thinking features have been carefully designed and selected to reflect Scout’s pioneering spirit.

According to the company, the Scout unit’s components can be enjoyed “inside out”: the dining table, water storage, battery, and more optional features can be used outdoors and taken on other expeditions without the camper itself. The exterior storage tray also doubles as a functional table-top letting users cook outside.

A photo of the new Scout brand of Adventurer truck campers
Courtesy: Adventurer Manufacturing

Scout also includes a pop-up tent that increases sleeping capacity by two, and can be accessed from inside the camper. The units can include a propane real flame 4.5 BTU fireplace and removable camper jacks that lower the travel weight.

A gravity-fed water system, detachable water storage with filtration,  160W mono-crystalline solar panel, a lithium power station with built-in inverter and the optional propane fireplace round out some of the interior offerings.

Scout is a highly-customizable camper, the company said, built for “adventurous families, freedom seekers, minimalist travelers and outdoor enthusiasts.” Scouts are built of a lightweight, no-wood, no-rot composite construction.

Later this year, Scout will launch two more models to fit more truck sizes: the Kenai and the Yoho.

The Kenai will be the biggest of the fleet, including a full bathroom, wardrobe, and more exterior storage. The Yoho will be the smallest and lightest, made especially for smaller import sized trucks.

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