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The Enduro Super Tourer Composite Truck Camper is Simple and Practical

The combination of a compact camper mated to a robust American truck will always be a hit within the growing and ever-evolving overland scene. The Enduro Super Tourer is designed explicitly for full-size pickups, and the ultralight expedition cabin is built for extreme off-road use. The manufacturer claims it is engineered and tested to withstand even the harshest conditions. The cherry on top is that the pricing is surprisingly competitive.

Compared to traditional camper construction methods, the Enduro Super Tourer uses durable and lightweight composite sandwich panels to offer superior structural integrity, weight capacity, impact resistance, and thermal performance. Mounted directly to the vehicle’s frame for minimum weight and maximum off-road capabilities, this camper is ideal for those who want to push the limits of their off-road adventures within the capabilities of the host vehicle.

Two options are available to order—a basic shell model, which the client will outfit to their needs, or a complete build equipped by the manufacturer with interior and exterior additions. The Enduro Super Tourer is designed for comfort and functionality, with a side entry door creating a spacious, open floor plan in a compact footprint. Full access to the galley and cabinets while the bed is deployed means you can make coffee while your partner sleeps late in this camper made for two.

The floor plan of the Enduro Super Tourer includes substantial storage and counter space built from lightweight composite materials, making it both practical and functional. Comfort features include gasoline or diesel air and water heating, or 12-volt air and water heating, an Isotherm 130-liter refrigerator, an induction cooktop, and a custom premium mattress.

The infrastructure of the camper includes a Redarc power management system with marine-grade wiring and circuit protection, a 2000-watt inverter, premium lithium batteries, and a 230-watt solar installation. The water system comprises a 26-gallon water tank, pump, expansion tank, and filter. Arctic Tern dual-pane windows let in the light, and a Lagun table, Inhabit Design floor coverings, and a Maxxair 7500K roof vent make the Enduro Super Tourer a pleasant place to spend time. The dry-flush or composting toilet paired with an outdoor shower meets all your other needs. All Enduro campers have interiors pre-finished in a brilliant white gel coat, making it easy to clean and creating a bright, warm interior.

In addition to its impressive interior outfit, the Enduro Super Tourer offers a range of exterior features to enhance your off-road experience. These include storage boxes, entry steps, premium LED lighting, an awning, rear MOLLE panels, Rotopax mounts, and even the option to match the paint to your truck. A pass-through gear garage allows for the secure storage of large quantities of all your important stuff.

With a 600-pound shell weight, the Enduro Super Tourer should offer excellent performance on and off the road. The lower center of gravity means less body roll when cornering and better off-camber traction while reducing wear and tear on your truck’s suspension, drivetrain, and brakes. For better suspension travel and comfort, this camper can also run on softer spring rates.

Shell models start at $32,975, with complete builds ranging from $65,000 to $90,000.


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Graeme Bell is an author and explorer who has dedicated his life to traveling the planet by land, seeking adventure and unique experiences. Together with his wife and two children, Graeme has spent the last decade living permanently on the road in a self-built Land Rover based camper. They have explored 27 African countries (including West Africa), circumnavigated South America, and driven from Argentina to Alaska, which was followed by an exploration of Europe and Western Asia before returning to explore the Americas. Graeme is the Senior Editor 4WD for Expedition Portal, a member of the Explorers Club, the author of six books, and an Overland Journal contributor since 2015. You can follow Graeme's adventures across the globe on Instagram at graeme.r.bell