The contemporary overlander is not easily defined, nor are their individual gear needs. While some stay sequestered within their vehicles, many enjoy a mix of pursuits beyond the driver’s seat. For years, overlanders only wore heavy-duty leather boots, a trend I always thought was a little strange. Today’s traveler is still keen to wear well-made…
In the mid-1990s, while living in France, I had a local friend named Georges. Twice my age, he spent his days toiling in the vineyards near my home. Every now and then, I’d volunteer to help him trim vines, burn brush, or some days we’d just sit around and chat. The one thing I remember…
It is one of the most influential dates in modern history, but one easily forgotten. The day was August 16, 1896 when in the far flung wilds of the Canadian Yukon George Carmack, his wife Kate, and her brother Skookum Jim found massive gold nuggets along the banks of Rabbit Creek. It was a discovery…
Are you ready to get wet? If you don’t take care of your weatherproof gear, you better be.
Handmade and home grown.
Overlanding continues to make inroads into the growing outdoor industry.
Three continents, two summits, one canyon and many miles later.
Great gifts don’t have to break the bank.
Fend off winter’s worst with one of these warm layers.
Looking for something to get or give this holiday season? We did the shopping for you.
A limited stock of new items has hit the store for winter!
I walk a bunch of miles in a few of the Fall season’s latest boots and shoe offerings.
Light and fast, these are ideal boots for the active overlander.
Don’t choose to look like a tourist, become a traveler
While the SHOT Show is certainly firearms-heavy, there are countless products on display for the adventure travelers. We showcase some of the best.
New toys for the overlander.
Justin Coffey of Westx1000 evaluate’s Filson’s classic ticker.
Can a boot be fashionable AND effective in the back-country?
We take a look at some of Ruffwear’s latest gear to keep you and your pet safe.