Truma’s C69 dual-zone fridge/freezer can fit 87 12-ounce cans. It’s relatively efficient in both its size and power consumption. And it has a lightning-fast and easy-to-use smartphone app that makes keeping your food and drink cool on the trail a cinch.
Over the course of the day, we covered 150 miles of trails and roads that included steep climbs, soft sand, hardpack, technical rock sections of varying difficulty, and some on-road driving. This was the perfect route to see how the Silverado ZR2 performed across a variety of conditions. It didn’t disappoint.
The Triumph Tiger 1200 has been fully redesigned for 2023. Lighter and more powerful, it is an ADV powerhouse and a promising choice for long-distance adventures.
OZTENT’s RV-3 tent sets up in 30 seconds (no, really), packs down nearly as fast, and can withstand 50-mile-per-hour winds. These bona fides make it one of the best ground tents I’ve ever tested.
Jeep’s Wrangler Rubicon 4xe is the only plug-in hybrid with solid front and rear axles, making it a very compelling eco-friendly and capable overlanding rig.
Ford’s current-gen Ranger might be old, but its compliant capability should earn it a top spot on your mid-size truck shopping list.
What does the R in TRX stand for? Rumble? The supercharged 6.2 liter definitely rumbles. Or maybe it’s right-foot-strategy? It seems that using the 702 horsepower is one of the better ways to conquer the trail in the TRX. Or maybe, it just stands for rock and roll because, well, this truck is pretty rock and roll.
Choice of radio communication technology has become contentious in the overlanding community in recent years. Some people swear by CB. Others prefer ham radio. There’s another, easier choice GMRS. And Midland Radio’s MXT115VP3 hits that sweet spot between useful portable and powerful hardwired units in one.
ZOLEO can do more than keep loved ones abreast to your whereabouts, it can help unite overlanders traveling on different schedules.
Sometimes the best-laid plans fall victim to work projects, uncooperative weather, and other inconveniences that dot our lives.
With endless miles of dirt roads, expansive wilderness, and the sort of sunsets that make travel
I saddled up a relatively fresh (only 2,300 miles on the odometer) Bronco 4-Door Advance 4×4 in Black Diamond trim finished in Antimatter Blue Metallic paint and grey/black vinyl seats.
When you find yourself needing a taste of adventure and a night under the stars, don’t discount the power of a quick trip to recharge your batteries.
The Overland Expo staff tried out a few items from Gerber’s catalog and review their first impressions with the Multi-Plier 600, the Fastball, Fastball Cleaver, and Center Drive.
There is no need to choose between a traditional camper and an off-road trailer. The SniperX by Off Road RV is a lightweight, ultra-capable, hybrid trailer sporting a shower, sink and stove, and a queen size bed. We take the SniperX on an overland trip around Southern New Mexico chasing the New Mexico Backcountry Discovery Route.
The all-new Land Rover Defender 110 has big shoes to fill, following 23 years later after the original left U.S. shores. It shares a nameplate and some exterior styling with the original. But can the 2021 Defender hold a candle to the old one?
The New SOUNDBOKS is the world’s loudest Bluetooth speaker. But is it overlanding tough? Nick Jaynes took one on his latest overland journey through the Oregon backcountry to find out.
Whether you’re looking for a tent, sleeping pad, or head lamp, outdoor gear brand UST has affordable offerings of must-have gear.
When you’re outfitting your rig for overlanding, the best place to start is with heavy-duty bumpers and a winch. If you’re building a Jeep JK, few options are better than the Rugged Ridge HD Series full-width bumpers and Trekker winch.
When it comes to building out a vehicle there are lots of opinions about where to start, from skid plates to snorkels to solar, but I decided to start from the ground up. With a new Superlift three-inch suspension lift, I headed deep into the Sonoran desert to put my Tacoma to the test.
Most outdoor jackets offer windproof and waterproof designs but few, if any offer protection from campfire embers and coals. Trekka’s innovative jacket design is ember-proof, stylish enough to wear in the office and tough enough to wear on the trail.
There is nothing better than pulling out your wool blanket to keep you warm in camp. The Pendleton Craftsman Collection combines quality construction and cozy feels for classic campsite lounging.
You know those cheap, aluminum tent stakes that you get with nearly EVERY piece of equipment you buy? You know, the ones that bend if you look at them funny? If you’re sick and tired of tent stakes that disintegrate if you get a hammer near them, it’s time to upgrade to the Snow Peak Solid Stake #30.
If you spend lots of time living, working, and camping out of your overland rig, you’ll know the need for durable, easy-to-clean, and large enough for your backcountry culinary creations while not taking up a lot of precious cargo room. The folks at MSR have developed the perfect companion for the backcountry chef in your group with the MSR Flex 4 Cooking System.