Truma’s Cooler and Combi Eco will be featured in Boreas Campers’ XT-12 Hybrid, the companies stated.
The Combi Eco will provide heat and hot water to the XT-12, which adds to Boreas’ off-road capable line.
“Overlander’s demand quality and reliability to allow them to take their trailers off the beaten path,” Truma Sales and Service Manager Dave Ricks said. “It’s great to work with a company like Boreas who understands the requirements of true off-grid camping. The XT-12 and Truma provide campers with a refuge to explore the open expanses of North America and return to rest and comfortably relax, regardless of the conditions.”
Truma North America President and CEO Gerhard Hundsberger said the company has supported off-grid winter camping for 71 years.
“We enjoy enabling campers with the ability to enjoy the great outdoors year-round.” Hundsberger said. “Who says camping in the winter has to be a struggle? With Truma, you can expect comfort when you return home from hiking, skiing, or snowshoeing. The winter months are no longer a dead zone for campers to enjoy the empty national parks of the US and Canada.”
“At Boreas Campers, our trailers are designed to support off-grid trips fully, and we have been incredibly impressed with the quality and efficiency of both space, power, and features of the Truma product line to meet the needs of our campers,” Boreas Campers founder and President Matt Reichel said.