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Monowalker Hiking Trailer

Monowalker Hiking Trailer

Carry even the heaviest of loads deep into the brush with ease aboard the Monowalker Hiking Trailer (€755; roughly $1,000). This specialized trailer employs a wood ash frame and drawbar, a Schwalbe MoeJoe tire with disk brake and a unique load bearing system consisting of a hip belt and padded shoulder belt to reduce the weight carry on your hips by half, making it much easier to pack your gear in and out while the break keeps the payload — and you — from falling back down the hillside on steep climbs. Great for hikers, campers, photographers, and snipe hunters.

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