The Pando 2.0 Off-Road Trailer is our take on the traditional teardrop trailer. Our design connects you with the outdoors while maintaining a stunning powder coated aluminum and stainless-steel rear galley kitchen. As with all our designs, the Pando teardrop trailer sits on a laser-cut C-channel engineered steel frame built to follow you in the backcountry.
Beginning with 3D AutoCAD modelling and built entirely of metal and composite materials, the Pando 2.0 combines aerodynamic appeal with long-lasting functionality, durability, and convenience. The cabin is not only wood free but is entirely constructed of aluminum and of course vinyl wrapped in a style that suits the individual or family.
The Pando trailer features a 29-degree departure angle and a Timbren 3500HD axle-less suspension that is supported by engineered laser cut supports. When it is time to pack up and get back on the trail, the Pando trailer comes equipped with 10-inch electric brakes and a battery back-up breakaway system to keep you controlled and safe on the trail. With integrated and supported mounting locations for accessories and a high capacity roof rack included, the Pando 2.0 is ready to load up and explore when you are.
The teardrop trailer cabin boasts an aluminum and composite subfloor and is enclosed in an environment proof one-piece .090″ aluminum skin wrap-around roof. Featuring CNC cut rigid foam insulation and a 10-speed reversible roof fan, the climate inside your trailer remains comfortable regardless of the conditions. Each trailer also includes a waterproof, mold/mildew resistant ThermoLite SpaceAge Synthetics floor.
The Pando also comes equipped with 4 USB ports and interior LED lighting, and includes a fully-upgraded electrical system that features an accessible and removable wire track for easy electrical wiring access. The Pando teardrop trailer, though designed for compact versatility, does not compromise on storage; the interior boasts 12 cubic feet of storage while the rear galley kitchen is loaded with 10 cubic feet of upper pantry storage, pot and pan drawers and spice trays, as well as design features and materials not seen in comparable teardrops.
Bring the comforts of home to the backcountry with the Pando 2.0. In addition to a high-density memory foam mattress encased in a custom upholstered and vinyl backed cover, the Pando trailer features an available dual tank 34-gallon CSA approved fresh water capacity, a dual bank smart shore power charger, Zamp solar-ready port, and much more.
We have not sacrificed rugged performance in the Pando 2.0; we’ve brought tradition and innovation together in an Off-Grid package.
In addition to a 57L Dometic fridge freezer and onboard fresh water, the teardrop trailer features a one-piece stainless-steel galley countertop with a waterfall edge and integrated backsplash for ease of cleaning and durability. The rear galley includes a Dometic stainless-steel dual burner stove, and a stainless-steel deep sink complete with a stainless-steel strainer and fold-down faucet.
Have a larger family? The Pando 2.0 can accommodate an additional 60L Dometic fridge freezer and a variety of roof top tent options and sizes.
There’s nothing like a hot shower after a full day of adventure, and the Pando’s hot water on demand complete with a showerhead attachment is a welcome addition. Wrapping up an adventure-filled day, the integrated rear galley water channel management system and wrap around aluminum rear door will let you rest easy knowing that you’ll wake up to a dry kitchen for that EPIC morning coffee.
USA Customers $25,900
Canadian Customers $31,999
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*All trailers come well equipped
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If you’re anything like us, you spend weeks, months, and maybe even a year thinking about your particular needs and lifestyle before ever making a purchase. While it’s nearly impossible to purchase anything that has all the components you have pictured in your mind, the Off Grid Expedition 2.0 comes pretty close. It actually goes beyond some of those imaginings and includes components we did not even account for. First of all, any item we purchase (especially a larger ticket item) has to have good customer service (they have to return your emails/calls, answer your questions, help you match your expectations for the product). As consumers, we’re past the point where a seller acts like they’re doing you a favor by supplying you with their product. That’s not the way it’s supposed to work. That’s definitely NOT the way it works with Off Grid Trailers. From the beginning of the process where we reached out to ask about production time on Instagram to three months after receiving the trailer, when we have had follow up questions after using the trailer, we have gotten almost immediate feedback. Duane Leedell, the owner of Off Grid has followed up directly on multiple occasions. In addition, it is not just the owner who goes above and beyond, but employees of the company, including Ken, the owner of the storefront in Erie, Colorado, where we picked up our trailer. Not only did he have everything ready for us, he answered questions, provided demonstrations, helped move our rooftop tent from our truck to our trailer, and also assisted greatly by helping us find a local (Matt from Off Grid Engineering) in the area when we had electrical issues after hooking the trailer to the truck (a fault of the combo meter on the truck, not the trailer). One of the biggest selling points for us was the versatility when using the trailer. We researched many different models of camper trailers and off road trailers and were stuck on whether we wanted to sleep in a tent or inside. With the Expedition 2.0, we have the best of both worlds. With sleeping quarters inside and a tent on top, we can make a decision based on exactly where we are and what we are doing. When it’s raining heavily or if we need to pull over for a few hours of sleep while driving, we can now just climb inside the trailer. When we picked up our trailer, we had a planned short break from work that allowed us time to test out our new purchase. We camped in the Rocky Mountains during the first week of April and there were still large patches of unmelted snow on the ground. Nights got cold (dropping down to the 20s), but the furnace worked perfectly to keep us comfortable. Now, using the trailer in summer months has shown us that it is just as comfortable in the warm weather as it was in the cold. Having the two windows up when it’s a little warm provides a crossbreeze that keeps you cool. If it’s a humid, sticky night like those here in Kentucky during the summer, having the windows open with the fan drawing air (or blowing it in - your choice) helps keep you comfortable and sleeping well. As far as the rest of the trailer, the build is solid. We have gone through multiple bad thunderstorms where winds were at 60 mph. While we aren’t recommending you purposely try to drive through bad weather, we were pretty impressed that the trailer withstood the storms with no issues. The straight tracking and the ride of the trailer is unbelievable. You look back and it almost seems to float over all road conditions, due to the Timbren 3500 axle less suspension, its aluminum body and steel frame. Above all though, the Expedition 2.0 makes camping simple. Everything is there - the stove and the sink, the shower, the fridge. There is less work on you as far as packing out boxes and the items you would have carried separately before owning the trailer. Not only do you have all the necessities to keep you going for a good while away from home, you have more storage space than ever expected. We were able to easily carry enough in the trailer for four people for two weeks with no issue. Even if we had gotten to the point where we needed to refill, taking the trailer to populated areas like WalMart, or any store (shopping mall included) is easy. Before posting our review, we wanted to have the opportunity to use the trailer in different conditions. Upon purchasing, it looks great, but unfortunately a review can’t just be based on looks. Fortunately for ourselves, we are incredibly pleased with our purchase and the performance of the Off Grid Expedition 2.0. We’ve also found that the trailer is a conversation piece. There hasn’t been a day on our travels where we haven’t found someone either snapping a picture or waiting outside to ask questions or comment on the trailer. Be prepared to stop and talk. We’ve had only good things to say! For more about us, look up ramblin_mountain_dogs on Instagram.
We love our Pando offgrid trailer. We recently purchased one after 2 years of researching a unit. We love the quality, price, and company culture. These guys are so personable with each customer, these can be customized and are Alberta built. We could not recommend a product more whole heartedly. Thanks offgrid 🥰🏕🏞
We met OGT at the BC Overland Rally in Whistler BC, loved their Expedition 2.0 so much we purchased one. We have been searching for 3 years to find the perfect off grid exploration unit and we’re sure the Expedition won’t disappoint. Thanks and watch this space for updates on our North American adventures. Steve and Christine
I’ve been looking for my first trailer for a few years now both researching online and viewing them at dealerships and RV shows. I decided to finally purchase an Expedition 2.0 this year and I couldn’t be happier with it. I can say with confidence Off Grid is miles ahead of anything else on the market right now. These trailers are built to last. The build quality is exceptional and the functionality of the trailer continues to impress me each time I have had it out. I do a lot of off road camping and needed something small enough to fit down some pretty narrow challenging terrain without sacrificing the options I wanted in a trailer. Towing, parking and storing is a breeze. I cant say enough good about these trailers and the company as a whole. Duane and the crew were and continue to be outstanding with customer service.