TOPO2 Rendering

Explore the TOPO2 Structure

Beautiful and capable aren’t mutually exclusive. The stunning exterior of the TOPO2 is made of a single-piece composite fiberglass body. Its stiffness comes from our unique PET core made from recycled milk cartons. Molded rain gutters direct water away from the hatch & side doors and the elimination of structural wood has erased concerns about mold & rot.

Body Construction

TOPO2, an adventure camper parked in front of Utah's scenery

One thing that sets it apart from other teardrop trailers is our unique approach to body construction. While there are certainly other fiberglass travel trailer options on the market, none are quite like ours. We use a single-piece composite fiberglass body with an infused structural PET core made from recycled milk cartons.

To eliminate as much weight as possible, we had to have a structural composite body. Some fiberglass shells are mostly decorative, with a hidden (and heavy) wood or aluminum frame underneath. For TOPO2, we wanted an infused core to be the primary structural component of the trailer.

The infusion process of the TOPO2 on display as Fiberglass in infusion into the TOPO2 mold.
A green teardrop trailer with an integrated tongue box and stargazer window.

Ultimately, we chose to use an infusion process to construct the TOPO2 body despite the added cost and time. This process allows us to have the structure built right into the fiberglass, giving our camper trailer incredible strength without all the weight - the exact functionality we’re looking for. Not only that, but TOPO2 has a single-piece body and a fully mechanical gutter system built into the design, making it sleek, seamless, and leak-proof!

We refuse to sacrifice quality on our mission to build the best damn camper known to man. Our composite design is like no other, and we couldn’t be happier with the results.


Members of the Escapod Fab Team working on welding frames for the TOPO2, an offroad trailer.

The TOPO2 frame is the most progressive Escapod frame to date. Made of laser-cut 2x1-inch tube steel and then hot-dip galvanized, this frame will stand up to the elements for years to come. The floor mold bolts directly to the frame, adding stiffness without adding unnecessary weight. With a dry weight of just around 2000 lbs, this camping trailer is probably towable by the vehicle you already own.

Frame Rendering
Frame Rendering

Tongue Box

Tongue box of an offroad teardrop trailer

Integrated into the body of the TOPO2, is the tongue box. The tongue box allows for storage for an 11 lbs. propane tank and room for the rest of your gear.

The tongue box dimensions are 4' x 1.5' x 1.5' (8 cubic feet) proving ample room for any additional storage you need.

Bolt- Ons

Ready for bolt-on options like rock rails, steps, & extra receiver tubes, the TOPO2 frame can be customized like never before. The stand-on fenders are bolted to the frame and inset into the wheel well by 6” which minimizes protrusion & maximizes usable interior space.

Photo showing the rear receiver of the TOPO2
TOPO2, an offroad trailer, parked in the deserts of Utah.

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