if you order by tomorrow, Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018, we will do our darnedest to get you your goodies to put under the tree for Christmas Day. But it is still possible that your handmade goods will get to you after the excitement of Dec. 25th. Please understand our magic has it’s limits. We will do everything in our power to avoid this kind of outcome but our elves don’t sleep at our workshop - they have families just like you.
If you stopped by the BROG booth at Overland Expo East this year you would have seen Jamie Wiseman's custom off-road 1967 VW Bug. 'El-Burro' as it's affectionately called, may be small but it is a workhorse equipped to go the distance.
Are you looking for gifts this holiday season for your overlander, adventure seeker, road-tripper, or off-roader? Or heck! Maybe you are an overlander and you want some handcrafted, American-made gear to give to friends or family. We've got you covered. Here are some of our favorites!
A Camel Trophy logo often painted on the side of 7P Land Rovers is “one life, live it.” This slogan encompasses Taylor’s philosophy on travel. Taylor decided he didn’t want to buy into the thinking that many people have; that you can work hard for forty years, then cash out and begin to live. “…get out there and do it right now, that was my thinking,” Taylor said.
Mother Nature threw a curve-ball this year at one of our favorite semiannual events, Overland Expo East 2018. Though we experienced rain, mud and freezing temperatures, we had many smiling friends and new faces visit our booth to pick up some new gear and say hello.
The second annual James River Rooftop Tent Rally was another smashing success and a great opportunity to gather the overlanding community together to enjoy each other’s company and get outdoors. The rally continues to grow - this time there was around 250 vehicles.
Kinsmen Hardware is a small startup out of South Carolina that is poised to offer some incredibly durable and innovative vehicle based, overlanding gear with a specialty in American-made hardware and engineering. This design and build challenge was to construct an awning cover for the 270° Kinsmen Freestanding Awning Frame.