The world-wide lockdown has people itching to escape. Overlanding is rising to the occasion as a hobby and sport, as stated in The Interview Part 1, "a genuine new travel trend". Since then, at the tail end of 2019, Scott Brady, President of Overland International has declared Red Oxx bags to be the gear of
Cooking with Cast Iron One of my favorite aspects of traveling in a good Overlanding rig is that cookware weight becomes a non-issue. I prefer to cook using heavy cast-iron pans while in the wild. The obvious benefit is true iron cookware needs only minimal cleanup. A well "seasoned" iron frying pan is superior to
Your overland camp kitchen is an ever evolving bit of kit. Red Oxx CEO Jim Markel demonstrates his camp chef method using a Big Bull Roll-up bag.
Overland Journal’s Scott Brady gets interviewed by Patrick Pitman. What is Overlanding? Why live this lifestyle? Best bags for over land travel.
Join CEO Jim Markel as he shares his tall tales of exploring Namibia, doing charitable work and nearly getting lost. A Red Oxx OxxTale.
Red Oxx kits out Team High Maintenance, an all-woman race team based in Colorado. Team leader Amy Hermes loves her Red Oxx gear.
Desert, Wind, Rain and more. Red Oxx Soft Sided Luggage passes the Overland Travel Field Test. A Red Oxx OxxTale with CEO Jim Markel.
CEO Jim goes on a mission to supply Mosquito nets to people in need in Namibia, Africa. Goal? Reduce malaria! A Red Oxx OxxTale.
Overlanding back-country trip of the year from Montrose to Gateway, Colorado. LR3 in action and how Red Oxx soft bags are ideal for off-roading. A Red Oxx OxxTale,
Robin raves about Red Oxx Gear while on tour in Mongolia, on horseback no less. Robin bought our bags is because it’s made in the USA. Where has your bag gone?