Bowlus Road Chief – The Endless Highways Luxury Travel Trailer

Bowlus Road Chief - The Endless Highways

The Bowlus Road Chief was the original riveted aluminum travel trailer, it was developed by Hawley Bowlus in 1934 and then famously emulated by Airstream two years later in 1936. Hawley Bowlus And The Bowlus Road Chief Bowlus was the Superintendent of Construction on Charles Lindbergh’s aircraft, the Spirit of St. Louis. He was also…

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Karesuando Nallo Button Lock Folding Knife – Made In Sweden

Karesuando Nallo Button Lock Folding Knife

  Karesuando is a Swedish foundry located 250 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, inline with the centre of Greenland or the northernmost regions of Canada. The village was originally settled in 1670 and it’s been occupied ever since, Reindeer husbandry is the primary local industry, with Karesuando falling within the Könkämä reindeer-herding region. The…

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Kytone Potcho 3-In-1 – A Simple Shelter, Camp Bed, or Poncho

Kytone Potcho Shelter

The Kytone Potcho is designed to perform three essential functions, it can be worn as a waterproof poncho, laid down as a camp bed, or you can attach one side to your car or motorcycle and use it as a simple shelter. Although you’d probably want a more substantial motorcycle tent for any serious overlanding,…

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Redverz Atacama Expedition Motorcycle Tent

Redverz Atacama Expedition Motorcycle Tent

The Redverz Atacama Expedition Motorcycle Tent is now on its third generation, when Redverz first released the Atacama back in 2008 it revolutionized motorcycle camping, and it spawned a slew of copycats. The obvious main attraction to the tent is the integrated garage – an invaluable space that can fit a full-sized adventure bike loaded…

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The Original Petromax Lantern HK500

Petromax Lantern HK500

The original Petromax lantern was designed in 1910 in Germany by Max Graetz, the name of the lantern is a combination of “petrol” and “Max” a reference to its fuel source and its creator. Graetz developed the lantern based on principles that were already well-understood at the time, he differentiated his lantern from its competitors by…

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The MONNOM Ghost Teardrop Camper

MONNOM Ghost Teardrop Camper Back

This article was written by Mike Gustafson, the founder of MONNOM Customs and builder of the beautiful teardrop camper you see pictured here. My wife, Sandy, and I have been wanting to build a teardrop for several years so we took the typical approach, scour the internet to find what we like and what we…

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