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  • A Comprehensive Price List Of Overland Essentials In 2021

    Budget for your 2021 Overlanding adventures with our comprehensive price guide. If you’re starting or looking to expand your inventory to spend more time on the road, let’s find out the costs. Read for more!
  • 9 Truck Camping Accessories You Shouldn't Bring In A Seaside Retreat

    What truck camping accessories are on your seaside retreat packing list? Perhaps an awning for shade and a fridge, full of refreshments. Continue reading to learn more!

  • 4 Best Hardshell Rooftop Tent To Sleep On

    What’s the best thing to sleep on when camping? For old-fashioned ground tents, you can choose from sleeping pads, air beds, or camping cots. Let’s be honest, none of them compare to a real mattress. Thankfully, rooftop tents come with memory foam mattresses. Read for more!
  • 17 Best Camping Accessories To Prepare In 2021

    How do you prepare for a camping trip? Aside from your rooftop tent and enough food and water, you need certain accessories. They depend on the season and personal preference. How do you decide what to bring? Keep reading!
  • 17 Most Essential Camping Equipment During Winter

    Maybe you’ve camped in winter before and you’re taking on more challenging conditions. Maybe you’re planning your first-ever winter camping trip. Are you sure you have everything covered? Read on to find out exactly what camping equipment to bring next season.
  • 7 Reasons Why A Camper Fridge Will Make Your Overland Experience Fun

    What fun camping accessories can you take on your overland journeys? A hammock? Marshmallows? A camper fridge? A fridge might not sound like “fun” – but it can be. We’re going to tell you how. Read more to find out why a portable fridge is an answer to your prayers.   

  • Roof Top Tent 101: The Nuts and Bolts Overlanding Basics

    Are you new to the world of rooftop tents? Don’t know where to start? Good news - we have all the information you need. Rooftop tents mount to your vehicle’s roof rack. They’re the best way to camp - set up in less than a minute, sleep on a level surface and stay away from insects. Read for more.

  • 5 Requirements You Need to Have Before Buying a Car Top Tent

    You’ve got your eye on a certain car top tent. Before you invest, there are a few requirements to keep in mind. Understanding these requirements means you can rest assured that you get the right tent. When your shiny new tent arrives, you’ll have everything you need. Then you can set up straight away and get going with your next adventure. Read for more.

  • How to Clean an Overland Tent

    You just bought your shiny new overland tent. You want to keep it in top condition for as long as possible! Cleaning is often the right way helps keep it in-use for years to come. Read for more.
  • 13 Easy Steps to Making Your Car Roof Tent More Comfortable

    The rooftop tent is the most comfortable tent on the market. Many overlanders will tell you - once you walk the car roof tent path, you don’t go back. You get to sleep on even ground without dodging tree roots. No need to worry about the wet, muddy ground. And depending on the model, you may get a thick, comfy mattress. Read for more!

  • 3 Best Rooftop Tents of 2020

    Camping is an experience people from all areas and with countless interests can enjoy. Some people like their tents to be down on the ground, but many people prefer the security and easy movability that comes with purchasing a rooftop tent. If you are ready to take the plunge and become a tent owner, you will definitely want to consider one of the best rooftop tents from 2020-2021. Read for more.
  • 4 Things You Need To Know About Your Pop Up Car Tent Before Hitting The Road

    For both novice and experienced campers alike, adjusting to the nuances of camping with an above-ground setup can be difficult, especially if you have never had to deal with rainy weather, condensation, chilly mornings, or sleep-deprived days - all of which can make or break a camping trip if you are not prepared to deal with them effectively. Read for more.