This looks promising for those looking for another option - thanks for the tip, Eric.
I suspect that Northern Lite
may be filling back in the market for something like the earlier Bigfoot
17', now that Bigfoot
has gone up in size and weight
. The Northern Lite
is a narrow-body (like a Scamp
, or Escape) and angular (like recent Bigfoot
designs, unlike Escape). The specs show available "thermal pane" windows
, so I wonder what their insulation is, and if they have other cold-weather features available, such as insulated and heated tanks.
I picked up some Northern Lite truck camper information last year, and noticed that their construction
method uses a plywood splice strip to join the shells. I can't say I'm enthused about this method (or the chopper-gun layup), but it may work fine. I do appreciate their efforts to share information and explain their construction.