Made in the USA
The problem with the RV industry in the United States is a lack of inspiring design. There are only a handful of recreational vehicles that are truly works of art. Airstream will always be the pinnacle of iconic American design for me. However, this design comes with a hefty price tag. After a few years of travel around this country, I am underwhelmed by the quality and look of most recreational vehicles. Do they all have to be white fiberglass boxes with giant eagles on the side? If it weren't for the classic teardrop trailers, vintage buses, T@B campers and the Volkswagen Microbus, there are very few RV's to drool over. All of the examples cited above are not currently in production. Why can't someone come up with a great design that is relatively affordable?
|The rear hatch|
|The utilitarian kitchen|
|The kids can sleep suspended above the parents. How cozy!|
I am trying to convince my sister and my friend and travel companion Phil to buy one. I hope they both get one so that we can travel together in style. I am not ready to give up my Airstream, but I am a big fan of the Cricket trailer. I hope this company blows up. This is not a paid endorsement. I just like what this guy is trying to accomplish. Check out Cricket Trailer here and support this innovative American product.