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THE DESERT 2019-06-05T14:57:37-06:00

Project Description

OVERVIEW

Have you ever had your tent poles break in a desert sandstorm? Fortunately, none of us have yet, but we have heard a few wild tales of perfectly pleasant weather turning violent within a few moments. Being thrown around cactuses in a nylon sack isn’t exactly our idea of fun either.

Have you ever run out of water in the desert? Unfortunately, this is an all too common occurrence. Limited water supply is often dictated by the amount of trunk/roof rack space in or on a vehicle. The AntiShanty provides ample room for excess water and other cold or hot bev’ys without taking up precious space in your vehichle.

DESERT SPECIFIC FEATURES

THE DESERT IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE. A HARSH, BUT BEAUTIFUL ENVIRONMENT. CERTAIN PLANTS AND ANIMALS THRIVE IN THIS UNFORGIVING SETTING, AND SO CAN YOU.

Reptile Resistant

Rattlesnakes, scorpions, tarantulas and ground tents. There's a snake in my boot is something you can avoid saying by keeping your boots tucked away in the AntiShanty. Keep them at bay with your hard walls, and lockable doors.

Solid Design

Riveted and bonded seams prevent drafts and cold or hot air from penetrating our 1″ thick R5 insulated walls. Hail, sleet, snow, don't stand a chance against our one-piece panels and rock-solid aluminum-clad design.

Stealth Space

Because the AntiShanty doesn't give off the traditional RV look, it can blend into urban environments with ease in tow mode as it somewhat resembles an enclosed utility trailer.

Burned Out

Heat exhaustion, overexposure, and dehydration can really put a dim on the mood when out in the desert. Ample shade and even an air-conditioned option beat the heat.

Gear Shed

Mountain bikes, dirt bikes, canoes, kayaks, rope, cams, bouldering pads, SUP’s, slacklines, parachutes, wingsuits, skis, snowboards, timber sleds, and snowmobiles. Room for the gear that gets you going. Keep it loaded and ready to go in the garage or driveway.

Sheltered Oasis

Many a dream have been dreamt about that perfect spot deep in the desert. With nearly 3/4 of all the land in the USA classified as public lands, the dream may not be as far away as you think.

A PRIVATE SPACE

IN A PUBLIC SPACE

RIDE

WIDE OPEN SPACES FOR WIDE OPEN THROTTLES

ROAM

EXPANSIVE BACKDROPS AND ENDLESS ABYSS

CLIMB

REDROCK SPIRES AND TOWERING CRACKS

WHERE THE WATER RUNS DRY

OTHER NATURAL HABITATS

THE UNKNOWN

SEE HOW THE ANTISHANTY PERFORMS IN THE UNKNOWN

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OUTDOOR FOLK

People who enjoy a nice breeze and watching the clouds form. The kind of people who don't mind a little red dirt or the smell of a campfire. The adventuring type.  Our kind of people.

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