Escape From The Daily Grind With This Luxury Camper

Escape From The Daily Grind With This Luxury Camper

Not all camping trips are relaxing. Sometimes your idea of an outdoor getaway turns out to be a rough excursion, leaving you depleted and tired. To get the most out of your vacation, try bringing the Hutte Hut with you on your next trip.

Hutte Hut behind a car

Your Cozy, Outdoor Pod

The Hutte Hut is a luxury teardrop camper. First impressions show a very traditional design, based on the smooth wooden finish found inside and outside of the unit. Two people can fit comfortably inside the camper. Three is also possible, but probably not recommended. There is 44 square feet of space to move around in.

Unlike other modern campers that try to load the unit with digital amenities, the Hutte Hut is more on the preserve and conserve side of the spectrum. You have just enough power for the LED lights, stove and your digital devices. That’s all. There are no satellite network options or Bluetooth connection links. For communication solutions, you could always retreat back to your car.

The creators of the outdoor hub wanted to make sure you are able to bond with your surroundings, both physically and mentally. Huge windows cover the unit for maximum outdoor exposure.

Each camper is made to order with a price tag of $63,900 (an initial deposit of $19,170 is needed to get production going). While that’s enough money to buy a car- or two, you won’t be able replicate the same experience on any other luxury camper.

There’s just nothing like it available today.

Inside Hutte Hut

Perfect For Weekend Getaways

“We wanted to create a space that would have an emotive reaction and give you a new way of thinking about the outdoors,” said Brian Manzo of Sprouting Sprocket Studio. “Escapism is so appealing for everyone, but the reality is accessing that escape is hard for some people. They’ve never camped before.” 

Michael is a writer, tech enthusiast and marathon trainer. He enjoys building connections, fiddling with new gadgets and spending time outdoors.
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