How often do you wish that you could abandon your work-a-day ship with the simple press of an escape button? While Escapod doesn\u2019t necessarily have an escape button feature, it does make escaping from the \u201creal\u201d world easy.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nEscapod came about as a response to needing some way of quickly and easily getting away from it all. The idea started with shopping for a tear-drop camper, but those options were all overpriced and underbuilt. With no other option, the inventors of Escapod set about building their own. With the mantra of \u201cForm follows Function,\u201d the small Utah company started experimenting until they landed on a model and process that wouldn\u2019t be broken by rugged terrain and harsh conditions, but wouldn\u2019t break the bank to own it either.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Escapods are built on a frame of hand-welded 2X2 USA steel. From there, only top-grade materials are used to put the trailers together, such as lightweight, corrosion-resistant aluminum for the body. Two models are available. The TOPO series is built for those who want to not only get away, but get off the beaten path as well. It\u2019s built to go anywhere your Jeep can go and comes equipped with Rhino Rack cross bars to haul gear and a Sunseeker Awning to provide shade and comfort. The Dreamscape is designed for that moment\u2019s-notice getaway. It\u2019s lightweight and towable by most 4-cylinder vehicles. Both come with a galley, sleeping area, and storage options.\r\nCheck it out\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.