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Overkill Campers T.K.4.7. Squaredrop Featured at NWOR 2019

If you’ve been in the market for a small, lightweight teardrop trailer (approx. 1100 lbs dry weight) that’s off-road capable with top-quality components, craftsmanship and loads of options, you might want to check out Overkill Camper’s T.K.4.7 squaredrop (square teardrop). I’ve been following this Oregon based company for a little…

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Overland Upgraded Ford F250 STX Paired with an AT Habitat Truck Camper

Greg Scott spends a lot of time in the mountains, and owns this awesome overland-upgraded Ford F250 STX with a 6.7L Power Stroke. It’s topped with an AT Overland Habitat truck camper which makes it a monster combo for family camping getaways. AT Habitat Camper Setup for Ford F250 Greg’s…


Overland Jeep Gladiator Cargo Rack System by Leitner Designs

With the Jeep Gladiator being one of the hottest new trucks on the market right now, I had no doubt I’d see at least a few at Overland Expo West 2019.  Sure enough there were, including this white, fully-loaded Jeep Gladiator Rubicon featured by Leitner Designs of Corona, CA. They…


Biolite Base Camp Stove

The Biolite Base Camp Stove has been around for a little while now. What’s unique about itis that it’s a self-contained wood-fire cooking unit, where you can simple use fallen branches or small pieces of firewood to cook you meals – so it’s very efficient and uses a sustainable source for your…


Best DIY Ultralight Backpacking Stove Options

If you’ve ever searched for ideas about making your own DIY backpacking stove, you may have discovered that are a ton of options – from alcohol stoves, rocket stoves, wood burning stoves the list goes on. We’ve quite a few examples over recent years, and below are some of the better…


How to Choose a Backpacking Sleeping Pad

In this video by Sierra Trading Post, John gives a great review of the general different types of sleeping pads available for backpacking.  John mentions there are two main purposes for using a pad: To provide some cushioning from the hard ground to improve your nights’ sleep To provide some…



Ultralight Backpacking Tarp Shelter Comes in Handy, Rain or Shine

A backpacking tarp shelter is sometimes overlooked as an essential piece of gear for backpackers. However, their usefulness is quite versatile, with uses such as a rain fly, a sun shade, or even a tarp tent. If you pack ultralight and prefer to sleep out in the open, a tarp…


Best Way to Remove a Tick

If you’ve never had a tick, you’re lucky they absolutely suck, literally and figuratively. For those of us that have had the pleasure of a tick embedding itself in our flesh, then you’re familiar with how tough and painful they can be to pull out. Personally, I’ve had a tick…