4x4 Sprinter Van Conversion - Built by Outside Van for Off-Grid Adventures by Bearfoot Theory   10 months ago

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I joined the Sprinter Van community back in 2015 when I purchased my first 144” Sprinter Van. I had it converted into an awesome mobile tiny home, and traveled from California to Canada in it. During those two years, I learned a lot about how I was using the space. My last Sprinter had a full indoor bathroom, an open aisle all the way to the back doors, and a convertible sofa bed across from the slider door. In some cases, it worked - particularly when I was solo on shorter trips. However, I found myself never using the bathroom, wanting a more dedicated workspace, and needing more indoor storage for camping gear and bikes. In addition, I learned a lot about materials, the importance of building light, and having weight properly balanced across the van.

With the knowledge I gained, I decided to sell my first Sprinter and put what I learned into Sprinter Van #2. This time around, I went longer with a 4x4 170” wheelbase and hired a Portland-based Sprinter Van conversion company called Outside Van.

In this video, I give a full tour of my Outside Van Sprinter Van conversion. I talk about the layout and why I decided to switch things around and share some of the details about what makes this van the perfect combination of form and function.

Get more details from this Sprinter Van tour on my blog here: https://bearfoottheory.com/outside-van-sprinter-conversion-tour/

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