EOS-12 by Boreas Campers: Elevate Your Backcountry Escapes with Leading Tech

Rugged. Luxurious. Technological. Comfortable. Off-grid

In the sprawling, almost cinematic landscape of Colorado, there's an understated masterpiece emerging from the town of Pueblo. The Boreas Campers EOS-12 – an off-road camper trailer that's stirring up quite the buzz in the camper community. For those who dream of an adventure that's both rugged and comfortable, this might just be the chariot you've been waiting for.

From my experiences, the true beauty of any place is often found far from the beaten path. To access these secluded gems, one needs equipment that's both durable and dependable. That's precisely where the EOS-12 comes into play. Its foundation is rock-solid, inheriting the powder coated steel chassis that set the XT model as the gold standard. Couple this with all-terrain tires and an impressive 20” clearance thanks to the independent Cruisemaster suspension, and it's clear that EOS-12 doesn't just promise adventure; it guarantees it.

One of the standout features that caught my eye was the zero-wood construction. It eliminates concerns of decay and rot, ensuring longevity and peace of mind. This is particularly crucial for those who, like me, have seen the wear and tear that nature can inflict on even the most robust setups.

The EOS-12 has an unmistakably spacious feel. A pop-top roof allows for a standing room of 6'6″, and with the ability to sleep up to five comfortably, it’s evident that this camper is designed for families or groups. Imagine waking up in your permanent queen bed, glancing through the roof hatch window to the first light of dawn, and realizing you're nestled in the heart of the wilderness. And if the surroundings get a bit too wild, there's a wet bath with a cassette toilet and shower to freshen up.

A keen highlight is the integration of the Garmin O.N.E. system. It's a seamless fusion of tech and nature, enabling users to control various functions, from lighting to music, with a tablet. Additionally, the EOS-12’s commitment to energy independence stands out. With up to 500 watts of solar panels and a whopping 1080ah of batteries, it whispers the sweet promise of long days off the grid.

Perhaps what I find most appealing about the EOS-12 is its balance. As Matt Reichel, owner of Boreas Campers, aptly puts it, this camper is the “goldilocks” of its kind. It's not too big to deter true backcountry access, yet spacious enough to offer a wet bath and standing room. Its solar and battery capabilities mean you can embrace solitude in the wilderness, but with the luxuries of the modern world just a touch away.

In essence, the Boreas Campers EOS-12 isn't just a camper; it's an experience. It invites you to break free from the hustle and bustle, urging you to seek adventures where the path fades and the real journey begins. For those seeking solace away from the crowds, or simply wanting to dance to nature's raw, unfiltered tune, this is your ticket.


  1. Durable Construction: Built with a powder coated steel chassis and zero-wood construction, the EOS-12 is designed to last and resist elements like decay and rot.
  2. Off-road Capability: With all-terrain tires and a 20” clearance provided by the independent Cruisemaster suspension, it's well-equipped for rugged landscapes.
  3. Spacious Interior: Offering a 6'6″ standing room and sleeping space for up to five, it’s suitable for families or groups.
  4. Modern Tech Integration: The Garmin O.N.E. system allows for control over a variety of camper functionalities through a portable tablet.
  5. Energy Independence: Equipped with up to 500 watts of Zamp solar panels and 1080ah of Battle Born batteries, ensuring extended off-grid capabilities.
  6. Functional Amenities: The EOS-12 includes features like a wet bath, exterior shower, and a galley kitchen, ensuring comfort even in remote settings.
  7. Balanced Size: As Matt Reichel mentions, it’s large enough for interior comforts yet compact enough for backcountry access.


  1. Price Point: With a price tag of $79,990, the EOS-12 might be out of reach for budget-conscious campers.
  2. Weight: While designed for rugged terrains, its dry weight of 3750 lbs might demand a more powerful towing vehicle.
  3. Pop-up Roof: While the pop-up roof feature provides added space, it could be a potential vulnerability in extreme weather conditions.
  4. Dependency on Tech: The reliance on the Garmin O.N.E. system might pose issues if there are technical glitches or battery issues, especially in remote areas.
  5. Size Constraints: For those used to larger RVs or campers, the EOS-12 might feel more restricted, especially for longer journeys or extended stays.

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