For the past few summers, many of us have been reconsidering how we go on vacation, especially anyone concerned about reducing their carbon footprint, according to writer Kimberley Mok for a report published by TreeHugger.com. We might be cutting down on the flying and opting instead for staycations, slow travel, or the good ol’ road trip—either with a tent or with an RV or small trailer in tow.
But towing a recreational vehicle is trickier for someone who doesn’t own a truck powerful enough to haul heavier loads. That’s where smaller and more lightweight campers can come in handy, like those offered by Los Angeles-based company Happier Camper. Known for their retro-styled, modular campers with adaptive interiors, the company has now launched yet another version of their popular line of trailers, the even more lightweight and affordable HC1 Breeze.
With a length of 10.5 feet and a dry weight of around 1,000 pounds, the HC1 Breeze can be towed by smaller cars thanks to its relatively compact size and feather-light double-hull fiberglass shell. Seen here is the HC1 Breeze in a sunny beachside blue, a limited edition color the company is calling “Venice Breeze.” The trailer also comes in a glossy “Mammoth White.”