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Creating Your Own Adventure Rig

Creating Your Own Adventure Rig

Whether you're driving your Toyota Prius to the office, or you're hauling your Tacoma to the worksite, our vehicles are sacred. We've put together a list of our favorite items to outfit your vehicle for maximum enjoyment. Our buyer, Andy took some time to show us his adventure rig and some of the products that go into it. We've narrowed down the process to three major steps:

1. Protect Your Gear


• The RiverSmith River Quivers

The Riversmith River Quiver 2 Banger fly rod carrier is a premium rooftop fly rod holder designed to be light, durable, and incredibly secure for transporting your fly rods.


• Yeti LoadOut Box

Having your equipment accessible and protected is non-negotiable for almost any pursuit—and yet typical gear cases aren’t built to stand up to the demands of the outdoors, and lack organizational capabilities. The YETI alternative is the LoadOut® GoBox™ Gear Case. It’s waterproof, dustproof, stackable, and meant to store your must-have tools until you need to get up and go. Built to be nearly indestructible, the ultra-portable gearbox can endure seasons in the sun, negative temps in the field, and the daily abuse of being lugged in and out of the truck, the boat, and the blind.



2. Organize Your Gear


• Orvis Carry It All

The Orvis Carry-It-All bag was designed years ago by Orvis Chairman Perk Perkins to be sure his equipment stayed safe and in his possession on flights to fly-fishing destinations.


• Patagonia Black Hole Duffel 40L

You can't go wrong keeping the 40-liter Patagonia Black Hole duffel at hand. It organizes your gear and has enough space for a spontaneous weekend getaway or a well-organized extended stay.

3. Make is Comfy 


• Howler Brothers Harkers Flannel

One of our best sellers for the cooler months, the Harker's Flannel brings buttery soft warmth to the Howler table. We kept it simple enough to be a staple in your closet but added a little Howler vibe with a single button-through flap pocket on the left chest, reinforced elbow patches, contrast stitching, custom metal buttons and a hunter's yoke on the right shoulder. 


• Yeti Tumbler(for the morning)

Any tumbler that’s coming along for the ride needs to be tough enough to keep up. Our Rambler® 20 oz is made from stainless steel with double-wall vacuum insulation to protect your hot or cold beverage at all costs. No freezing mornings or sweltering days will compromise your drink. Comes with the MagSlider™ lid and is available in stainless and DuraCoat™ colors


• Yeti Colster(for the night)

The YETI Colster® is like a stainless steel bear hug (or can cooler) for your sodas or longnecks. The Load-and-Lock™ Gasket secures your drink in place while the Colster’s double-wall vacuum insulation keeps your beer or soda frosty longer. Plus, it has a No Sweat™ Design, which means you say adios to damp or frostbitten hands.



• GSI Ultralight JavaDrip

The ethereal Ultralight Java Drip comes in an ultra-compact design that nests under any standard fuel cartridge, so who says you can,t keep your pack light and drink your coffee too? Step out of your tent and drip-brew some bold, backcountry bliss.


• Rumpl Blanket

Rumpl makes high-performing blankets that use the same modern, technical materials as your favorite puffy jacket. Rumpl keeps you comfortable anywhere you go, or when you don't go anywhere at all.


• Big Agne Camp Chairs

Big Agnes' chairs are sure to make you comfy around the campfire or at your next cookout. 


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