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Overland gear: essential tools, EDC, camping & apps



Overlanding Gear

There is nothing quite like setting off on the road knowing that you are fully loaded and all your overlanding gear is on board. While we don’t engage is extreme overlanding many of the same issues can occur like punctures, dead batteries or getting bogged down out on the trail. We keep our gear selection to a minimum, only including what we need as essentials.

Below we have a breakdown [subject to constant change!] of our camping gear, tools and what we carry in the vehicle, smaller items and our photography setup. You can also find some close up reviews and more details of some of the gear we use on our Youtube channel

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Essential gear for overlanding, we choose to carry some of the basics as our rig is pretty simple, gear that will get us [or others] out of a situation like dead batteries, getting bogged down or a flat tyre. Even a basic selection of tools is practical to have as well as providing peace of mind.


  • NOCO GB40 Lithium Jump Starter
  • Gasket Sealant [high temp]
  • Tow rope
  • MV Power Puncture Repair Kit
  • Ratchet Straps
  • Rhino-Rack Sunseeker III Awning
  • TecTake Rifle case
  • GAIA GPS App
  • Lenovo M8 9″ Tablet
  • CStern Recovery Boards
  • Falken Wildpeak AT3/W Tyres
  • Wrenches/sockets 8 – 22mm
  • Iris storage boxes [50ltr]

Essential Overland EDC

Smaller items get stowed away in the back of the vehicle or under the seats etc. Items such as duct tape can be extremely handy as is anything that will ‘tie’, a torch is a must as is a decent knife for multi purpose use.


  • Coast HP14 Flashlight
  • LED Lenser p3 [x2]
  • Cudeman MT5 knife
  • K25 Tactical knife
  • Paracord [10m]
  • Steel Wire [10m]
  • Midland XT70 Radios
  • Silky Pocketboy 130
  • Lexivon V14 Axe
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A list of our camera gear, leaving the studio setup behind we thin down our camera equipment to fit everything into one backpack. Besides from DSLR’s we usually carry a couple of tripods for landscape and long exposure images as well as four lenses [from 10 – 200mm]. The Fuji XQ1 is handy to keep in the front of the vehicle and we have recently invested more into the Fuji system with the X100v.

  • Pentax K3
  • FUJI X100v
  • FUJI XQ1
  • Benro Mach 3 Tripod
  • Lowepro Pro Tactic 350AW
  • 5.11 Banger [custom conversion]
  • Joby GorrillaPod
  • Aputure AL F7 LED
  • Tamron 17-50mm f2.8
  • Pentax SMC 50mm f1.7 [vintage]
  • Pentax 50-200mm f4.5 – 5.6
  • Samsung Galaxy A71
  • DSPTCH & C-ROPE Camera Straps
  • Ravpower  Portable Charger
  • DJI Osmo Mobile 3
  • Rode Videomic Go


We are still gathering up our camping gear – a full list will be here Autumn 2022

  • Sea to Summit Delta Insu-mugs
  • Sea to Summit Delta plates
  • Campingaz Twin burner 2CV
  • Collapsible sink
  • KingCamp roll top table
  • Agnelli aluminium casserole
  • Coleman Darwin 4+
  • Trespass sleeping bags
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Check us out on Youtube

For regular videos covering short overland trips, Mitsubishi Shogun related bits and product reviews. Nothing serious, we just do it because we like to 🙂

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