Recovering your vehicle is one of those things we hope we never have to do, but it does happen! Even if you don’t often put yourself in a situation where your own vehicle needs to be recovered, you may find that someone else needs your help, and having the right gear for a safe recovery is essential! Our Recovery Bag can hold up to 2 Recovery Straps, soft or hard shackles on the outer loops of the bag, has an outer pocket for gloves or misc. and Velcro and MOLLE Loops for additional pouches. 😎👍🏻
I found that the grab handles make perfect locations for putting some molle pouches.
Great for those small items that you want access to and you don't want buried in the glove box or console.
My #blueridgeoverlandgear molle. Rear seat back panel is also great organizational item.
How to Treat Burns in the Wilderness was written by Tim Macwelch from Outdoorlife.com, and if you’re unfamiliar with burns and how to treat them, check the article out! “Burns are one of the most painful injuries you can be subjected to, and in the absence of proper medical care – they can be even harder to handle. These heat-caused injuries are a likely wound when you’re working around a campfire. So when a pot of boiling water spills down your boot or you place your hand on something red-hot, you need to know what to do.” - Tim Macwelch, Outdoorlife.com
Our friend @maggiemcdermut recently picked up one of our Fully-Kitted Air Tools Bags. She’s got an awesome Toyota BJ70 named “Beastie” that’s been on many adventures as well! 😎👍🏻
Photos by: @maggiemcdermut
Just finished getting my Regear done this past week at @rebeloffroad half-day install. I went with 4.88 gears and I’m loving it!
Is it bad that I already hit 500+ miles 😅Time to go in for differential oil change. What gears are you running ?
PC: @mariaa_g9 🙋🏻♀️