February Overland Gear Round Up

It’s our February gear round up, and we have an assortment of overland gear that either packs up small or helps handle the packing. We asked Mercedes Lilienthal to give us her review on items that promise to deliver both high quality and size efficiency. Read on for this months review! Related posts: Goose Gear […]

Minimalism and Overlanding

Back in the day, when I was a functioning member of society, I would spend every Saturday at my favorite hardware store. It was call De La Reys and now that I have traveled much of the world I realize that it was an incredibly well stocked and managed store. Related posts: Overlanding as a […]

Don’t Leave Home Without This – Overland Tool Kit Essentials

What’s in your overland tool kit? Every off-grid capable rig needs to have a tool kit capable of handling most repair needs on the trail. The kit is going to be vehicle dependent, so you need to do a bit of research on the basic tool requirements for the make and model of your vehicle. […]

DMOS Stealth: a Lean, Mean, Shovel Machine

Gear review and photos by Mercedes Lilienthal Jackson, Wyoming-based DMOS Collective designs and sells quality shovels to help you adventure: no matter if it’s digging your rig out after getting stuck or having it handy in case of emergencies. American-made DMOS shovels can even help build jumps for snowboarding or move soil to create and […]

February Overland Gear Round Up

Minimalism and Overlanding

Don’t Leave Home Without This – Overland Tool Kit Essentials

DMOS Stealth: a Lean, Mean, Shovel Machine

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February Overland Gear Round Up

It’s our February gear round up, and we have an assortment of overland gear that either packs up small or helps handle the packing. We asked Mercedes Lilienthal to give us her review on items that promise to deliver both high quality and size efficiency. Read on for this months review! Related posts: Goose Gear […]

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Overland Expo Recap: Day 1 & 2

By Corrie #0000 Mud. Lots of mud. A TON of mud. And it’s kinda epic. The first half of the Overland Expo brought on some amazing classes, incredible vehicles and gnarly weather. You name it, we’ve experienced it in the last 48 hours. Overland Expo Classes Build Your Own Bridge Michael took a class on […]

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Minimalism and Overlanding

Back in the day, when I was a functioning member of society, I would spend every Saturday at my favorite hardware store. It was call De La Reys and now that I have traveled much of the world I realize that it was an incredibly well stocked and managed store. Related posts: Overlanding as a […]

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February Overland Gear Round Up

It’s our February gear round up, and we have an assortment of overland gear that either packs up small or helps handle the packing. We asked Mercedes Lilienthal to give us her review on items that promise to deliver both high quality and size efficiency. Read on for this months review! Related posts: Goose Gear […]