What is the Best Overland Gear & Equipment to Travel Overland
Let’s talk camping chairs, rooftop tents, cooking equipment. Why bring a hammock or camping chairs? And how do you shave when in the middle of nowhere? What overland gear and equipment do we bring from the Netherlands, and why?
Additionally, you’ll find our gear list for our long-distance hikes, and we share Coen’s latest T-shirt designs. For specifics on car gear, take a look at this page.
Of the 400 articles on our Landcruising Adventure website, which are best read? What have been your most popular blog posts on our website?
How to set up your Coleman Oven outside your four-wheel drive for the best cooking on the road experience? No wind, everything at hand.
What to look for when buying foldable camping chairs? We share our bad and good experiences and explain what we love about the Kermit camping chairs.
What is the favorite recovery gear on our overland journey, and what do we like about the overlanding essentials? The winch, hi-lift, saw?
Tips for a Rear-door, All-weather Protection, DIY Awning. A car awning for your overland vehicle to protect you in sun and rain.
How to keep mosquitoes out of your overland rig and face? Here is our car mosquito netting, homemade mosquito repellent and more tips.
Whether it’s a lake, a river, a hot spring – free overland showers are never far away. And if they are, we have other solutions.
Roll-up blinds, blackout shades, insulation material and, while we’re at it, mosquito netting. Here are our car window shades for the Land Cruiser.
The tagline of Landcruising Adventure in a fresh jacket. Here’s Coen’s new adventure T-shirt design for overland and story-loving adventurers.
With 15+ years of experience on the road, Coen shares what he finds important when buying starter batteries for overland travel.
When you’re going to travel overland, one of the equipment questions is whether to buy an overland fridge or not. Here are pros and cons.
Thick snow, icy roads, plummeting temperatures – overlanding in winter. How do you do it? Here are tips on how to prepare your overland vehicle for winter.
Instant Coffee, Brazilian cafezinhos and the Moka pot are just some of the coffee brewing methods that we discuss in this blog post.
After two thru-hikes, the Baekdu-Daegan in South Korea and the Jordan Trail, we have learned what hiking gear we need. Here’s our list.
Which is the best travel camera? While it depends on needs and user, here’s a short and clear overview of the best cameras for travel.
Who doesn’t love T-shirts? So why not have a dedicated Landcruising Adventure T-shirt? Sackwear got us started and designed a T-shirt for us.
From an Eezi Awn we switched to a Carpas Anaconda. Why? What do we like about rooftop tents, what not, and how often have we used them?
Rooftop tent, RTT, roof tent, car top tent: different names for a bedroom on our home on wheels. Why one do you buy, and why?
Our annual visit to the Netherlands also means stocking up on stuff we can’t find on the road. Here’s what we bought.
The story behind Landcruising Adventure T-shirts. Where can you find them, and why do they cost 20-25 dollars?
The secret is out: Here’s the list with our additional equipment.
Why Buy a Coleman Camp Oven? Is it worth the investment, the space it takes in the car? After 10 years we bought one, and here’s why.
Why we chose a Coleman stove: the major advantage of cooking on gasoline and other issues with regard to this stove.
With camping chairs to your disposal, why bring a hammock on your overland trip? Coen details why, and what is the ultimate overland hammock.
What can happen with your winch if you don’t use it regularly and don’t do any maintenance?
What shaving equipment do you bring with you on your overlanding trip, and why. It took me 11 years to find the perfect overland shaving kit.
To bring a flashlight owith you when traveling makes sense. But which one? There are so many. My question got answered with a Led Lenser.
From traditional road maps we moved on to the digital version: How do we use our Garmin GPSmap 60CSx in our overland trip?
Fun to know: What is the best thing overlanders brought on your journey? The stupid thing? And what should they have brought instead?