All our campers (and interiors) are built from foam-core composite sandwich panels (also known as structural insulation panels or SIPs) constructed in-house from premium US-made materials.  We use a special 2,000 PSI two-part epoxy to bond the GFRP to the structural foam core under pressure.  These panels are jointed together with high-strength adhesives and make up the load-bearing structure of the campers.  Our panels have been tested at the Cal Poly Composites Lab to confirm their almost unbelievable strength.


The campers are then edge-finished with custom aluminum extrusions, including our proprietary pop-top roof T-slot system.

Weights will vary based on your truck model but please refer to our specs for more details.

The base weight of a SuperTourer shell (including bed platform, tent, doors, roof lifting system, etc) is 700 lbs.  (not including weight savings from the truck bed removal).

Additional options increase the weight from there and the weights of the different models will vary based on the exact configuration and options.

Yes!  We build interior walls, cabinets, bed platforms and more from our composite panels and other lightweight materials at a fraction of the weight of wood, aluminum or steel with the bonus of a brilliant white gelcoat finish.  Without question this is the highest quality, lowest weight material for interior buildouts.


We also install marine-grade (ABYC standards, a far higher standard than RVIA) using only high quality components.  Water systems using crimped PEX and air/water heating are also available.

At this time we are only offering buildouts and system installations in our campers.

Yes!  The walls, floor and roof are completely sealed with UV stable adhesive sealants.

The tent is a FR-rated, waterproof material sewn by a professional canvas shop and attached to the camper with keder rail (bolt rope) for a strong, watertight connection to the camper.

While most campers use metal framing as the load-bearing structure of the camper, then add (or don’t add) insulation and paneling as a separate non-structural component, we take the opposite approach. The interior/exterior paneling and insulation, bonded together with a special 2,000 PSI epoxy, are the structure. The aluminum edging adds additional strength and protects the corners from damage and create a protective exoskeleton.

The SuperTourer floor is made up of an internal aluminum frame that is bonded with 2,000 psi marine laminating epoxy to the inner/outer GFRP skins with an additional layer of marine fiberglass board under the top skin.  The result is a very strong floor that can handle the vibrations, flex and impacts from off-road use.

This construction method has been proven by various expedition vehicle manufacturers around the world – we have now made it available to the North American light-truck market.

Yes!  In addition to the interior buildout and electrical/water/heating options, tThe SuperTourer is offered with a number of add-on options such as underbody storage boxes, awnings, custom molle panels, roof racks, L track, camera systems and more.

Our panels are stocked in standard white and gray gelcoat (included in base price) and can optionally be painted to match to any truck’s color or color of your choice.


Aluminum edging and door frames powder coated in satin black or white are included in the base price. Custom colors also available upon request.

A lifetime. We build our campers with premium materials, ultra-strong adhesives and an attention to detail not commonly found in the industry. Our campers have been designed from the ground up to not only last for many years, but many years of off-road abuse.

Order & Build Process

Fill out the brief form on the Order page (orange button up top) or email us at info@endurocampers.com to get started.  Let us know what truck you have and model of interest.  Custom sizing available!


Dealer inquires welcome.

Please contact us for current lead times

At this time we are only installing our campers at our San Luis Obispo, CA location (conveniently located halfway between LA and SF at the gateway to Big Sur)

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