Campers are, for many, generally associated with cramped, confined, uncomfortable quarters. It’s not entirely untrue, either; you’ve got to cram a lot, like people, into a relative small space, little more than a studio apartment on wheels. The De Markis, though, solves that problem handily, and does so by taking inspiration from a specific polka instrument.
Know When To Fold ‘Em
Essentially, you park, anchor your camper… and then lower both walls and the accordion-like structures attached to them to substantially expand the space you have. Instead of all cramming into a box, you and your campmates now have a bit more space to stretch out in.
Even more pleasant is how it’s designed. One side is opaque, so you can get some sleep, or change your clothes, in privacy, while the other side is clear and creates a sun room. It can even lift away so you can fish off the platform in peace.
Campers will, of course, be the preferred way for many of us to spend time in the wilderness. But there’s no reason to be uncomfortable, really. Just be sure everyone knows what side they’re sleeping on!