Rossmönster Overland Launches Lagom Truck Camper Series

Inspired by the Swedish word lagom, which means “just the right amount,” Rossmönster Overland recently launched their latest offering, the Lagom Series topper. Constructed with a quick and easy-to-use aluminum hard-walled folding system, the camper is four-season capable and offers full access to the truck bed. Featuring full-length front and rear window panes and locking side and rear panels, the camper is compatible with 206 and newer Toyota Tacomas, 2015 to 2020 Ford F-150 trucks, and 2019 or newer Jeep Gladiators. They also have other models in the works. The stated weight is 350 to 450 pounds.

Following the launch of the Baja, their high-end truck camper built on a three-quarter-ton chassis (and larger), Rossmönster decided to innovate a product for those looking for a smaller, lightweight camper at a lower price point. This realization unveiled an opportunity for Rossmönster to create something “simple, understated, and broadly attainable yet still rugged and versatile.” While the Lagom Series may not house the many bells and whistles that Rossmönster’s larger truck and van builds include, it does offer a lightweight alternative for those seeking to utilize a smaller truck or turn their daily driver into a weekend adventure platform.

“We are thrilled about the launch of the Lagom and its ability to serve an entirely different consumer, said Luke Farny, owner and co-founder of Rossmönster Overland. “Offering a product that is lighter and more affordable than anything in our current lineup opens the door to a whole new realm of possibility and allows us to bring adventure to a much more broad subset of people.”


Three trim packages are available: Base, Base Plus, and Expedition. Standard features include the hard-sided folding wall system, front, and rear window panes, upholstered wall panels, a full-size mattress, window covers, and secured and locking latches at all access points. Base Plus includes all of these amenities plus dimmable LED dome lighting, a MaxxAir fan, Yeti 1500 Goal Zero power system, and up to 200 watts of solar.

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“One of the most exciting parts of our job is that we get to create products inspired by the rigs that our team dreams of, simply because they are something we ourselves would want to use,” said Rossmönster owner and co-founder Ross Williamson. “The Lagom Series is particularly exciting to me because I love the functionality. Not only is the Lagom a sweet adventure rig, but it is still a daily driver with full usability of the bed of the truck.”

If seeing isn’t quite believing, Rossmönster Overland offers vehicle rentals, so you can take the Lagom Series topper out for a spin before committing.

Base $14,000 | Base Plus $17,000 | Expedition Package $4,000 |

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Ashley Giordano completed a 48,800-kilometer overland journey from Canada to Argentina with her husband, Richard, in their well-loved but antiquated Toyota pickup. On the zig-zag route south, she hiked craggy peaks in the Andes, discovered diverse cultures in 15 different countries, and filled her tummy with spicy ceviche, Baja fish tacos, and Argentinian Malbec. As Senior Editor at Overland Journal, you can usually find Ashley buried in a pile of travel books, poring over maps, or writing about the unsung women of overlanding history. @desktoglory_ash