Editors’ Choice

Editors’ Choice: Overland Wheels
One of the first mods many vehicle owners go for...
Editors’ Choice: Overland Recovery Gear and Devices
Recovery gear is definitely a category where you shouldn’t skimp...
Editors’ Choice: Overlanding Fridges & Freezers
When you’re ready to step up from a traditional cooler...
Editors’ Choice: Overland Cocktail Hour Accessories
A cold drink after a day of adventuring can be...
Editors’ Choice: Overlanding Camp Kitchen Accessories
A few gadgets in your cook kit can really spice...
Editors’ Choice: Overland Trailers
Overland trailers are great options for explorers looking to be...
Editors’ Choice: Best Overlanding Awnings
From keeping rain off your camp kitchen to shading you...
Editors’ Choice: Adventure Motorcycle Camping Gear
Multi-day adventure riding means packing all your gear onto the...
Editors’ Choice: Campsite Gear & Accessories
Sometimes it’s the little things that can make a good...
Editors’ Choice: Best Overland Navigation Tools
Overlanding is always about the journey, but let’s be honest...
Editors’ Choice: First Aid Equipment and Training
A first aid kit is one of those pieces of...
Editors’ Choice: Overlanding Coolers
Insulated coolers are a great alternative to fridges and freezers...
Editors’ Choice: Adventure Motorcycle Jackets
Whether you’re out for a weekend cruise or a long-haul...
Editors’ Choice: Best Overlanding Tires
Buying overland tires is a confusing and sometimes daunting experience...
Editors’ Choice : Best Overland Gear Storage
Storage space is at a premium on motorcycles and overland...
Editors’ Choice: Camp Sleeping Gear
On every journey, even if it’s just a short overnight,...
Editors’ Choice: Best Overland Camp Chairs
Vehicle-based adventure travel, whether by truck, SUV, or motorcycle, can...
Editors’ Choice: Adventure Motorcycle Tires & Tools
Whether you’re hitting the trail or tearing up the tarmac,...
Editors’ Choice: Best Overland Gear for 2022 Toyota Tundra
The 2022 Toyota Tundra, the third generation of Tundra, might...
Editors’ Choice: Best Toyota for Overlanding
No one Toyota is good enough in and of itself...
Editors’ Choice: Traction Boards
Traction boards may seem cliched. But they’re absolutely essential recovery...
Editors’ Choice: Adventure Motorcycle Helmets and Accessories
Never lever leave home without your helmet! With a vast...
Editors’ Choice: Best Overlanding Kitchen Gear
Maybe you’re a dehydrated meal type of adventurer (no judgment),...
Editors’ Choice: Best Knives & Multi-Tools for Overlanding
There are so many important things you need to bring...

Editors’ Choice: Overland Wheels

One of the first mods many vehicle owners go for is a new, shiny set of wheels for their rig. But aside from aesthetics, there are a lot of things to think about before you click the “buy now” button.

Editors’ Choice: Overland Recovery Gear and Devices

Recovery gear is definitely a category where you shouldn’t skimp on the quality or quantity of your gear. Of course, it’s also one of the aspects of overlanding that dramatically benefits from quality training.

Editors’ Choice: Overlanding Fridges & Freezers

When you’re ready to step up from a traditional cooler and ice setup to a fridge freezer, it’s hard to know where to start. So, we compiled a list of great options for overlanders shopping for a fridge freezer for their overlanding rig.

Editors’ Choice: Overland Trailers

Overland trailers are great options for explorers looking to be ready to roll at a moment’s notice and those that want to set up a base camp and then explore the surrounding area without breaking camp.

Man staying dry in a rainstorm under the iKamper Skycamp 2.0 awning.

Editors’ Choice: Best Overlanding Awnings

From keeping rain off your camp kitchen to shading you from the sun, even a simple awning can have a big effect on protecting you from the elements. This is our list of the best awnings for overlanding in 2022.

Editors’ Choice: Campsite Gear & Accessories

Sometimes it’s the little things that can make a good trip great. While we’re strong proponents of keeping your packing list under control, we also like to be prepared, and that includes preparing to be comfortable. 

Woman working on planning an offroad route on the Tread XL by Garmin

Editors’ Choice: Best Overland Navigation Tools

Overlanding is always about the journey, but let’s be honest – the journey isn’t much fun if you don’t know where you’re going. That’s where a combination of navigation tools like paper maps, GPS and SOS devices, digital apps, and planning tools come in.

Editors’ Choice: First Aid Equipment and Training

A first aid kit is one of those pieces of equipment that you should definitely have but hope you never need. However, if you’re in the backcountry enough or even wrenching on your rig, you’ll inevitably need a band-aid or two.

Editors’ Choice: Overlanding Coolers

Insulated coolers are a great alternative to fridges and freezers inside of your overland vehicle. These are some of our favorite overlanding coolers.

Editors’ Choice: Camp Sleeping Gear

On every journey, even if it’s just a short overnight, your comfort at night can make or break your trip. A restless night due to a sore back or hours spent shivering in an inadequate may make for a good story, but it’s definitely no fun at the moment. 

People at camp overlooking a forest at the top of a mountain trail.

Editors’ Choice: Best Overland Camp Chairs

Vehicle-based adventure travel, whether by truck, SUV, or motorcycle, can really push your muscles and back to the limits. So it’s important that once we’ve wrapped up our journey for the day, stretched our legs and set up camp, we have a comfortable seat upon which to spend the rest of the evening.

Editors’ Choice: Traction Boards

Traction boards may seem cliched. But they’re absolutely essential recovery gear that every overlander should carry. Even if you have a winch onboard your rig, sometimes the only thing that can get you unstuck is a good pair (or two) or traction boards. And these are our favorite.

Dutch Oven cooking over an open fire.

Editors’ Choice: Best Overlanding Kitchen Gear

Maybe you’re a dehydrated meal type of adventurer (no judgment), or maybe you’re an aficionado of epicurean delights on your overland trips. Whatever the case, there are a few indispensable items that will elevate your backcountry cooking experience when you’re out on the trail.

Photo by Brett Willhelm

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