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Old 12-12-2012, 09:58 AM   #401
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No offense to anyone of the "expo" persuasion, but WTF is the deal with khaki clothing? Seriously. I look at pics from the Overland Expo and realize that I am clearly not fitting in with that crowd as I do not own any khaki clothing.

I enjoy overland travel and vehicle camping as much as the anyone but if it's a requirement to have my entire wardrobe changed to khaki to be a legit "overlander" then I'm out.
I have to laugh at this. I have to wear a khaki uniform 5 days a week, its a cold day in hell before I wear khakis anywhere that I'm not required to...
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God damn that's bad ass lol. I am quite the dirty fellow as well. My gf doesn't even care. I hate showering. And I never use shampoo. Shits bad for you


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... I'll give big high-5's to the dude that just has a basic rig without all the super cool "expo" mods but isn't afraid to get out there and explore and push his limits.
Great rant Adam. I feel very similar. I don't really identify with the "EXPO" crowd. I consider myself a Back-Country Adventure Specialist.

Pics from one of my 5-day solo trips to Death Valley. Basic vehicle/ self rescue stuff, backpacking and standard camping gear are all that I require.





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lol That I do. I currently hold the record for most days without a shower when working out at a remote lodge in southcentral alaska. Just deodorant and a toothbrush for 87 days
That's just gross. Why not do a sponge bath?

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dam now whenever I go wheeling I have to purposely not wear khaki colors. lol

But seriously I wear bdu pants khaki or green ( my only two I own ) due to its usefulness. lots of pockets, they're made of a hybrid rip-stop material so they dry fast when wet and stay cool. But I usually just wear a T shirt on top. So guess that makes me half and half?

On a side note I wear khaki bdu pants for work almost 6 days out of the week, to me it's normal. The pair i wear when I go wheel or whatever are actually old work pants.
x2 on the BDU pants. They only come in so many colors. They are excellent. Great range of motion and tough material that isn't subject to catastrophic tearing. I use a lot of hiking / cycling / clothing in combination with BDU pants. I find the mix works great.

Also, if I'm going to be hiking, I typically will wear under armor boxers, basketball shorts (nylon--dries fast!), and mountain gaiters, to keep rocks and shit out of my shoes. This combination of clothing provides maximum range of motion for the legs, especially for high stepping / climbing and outstanding air flow to keep dry and cool. I've spent years learning and trying different things. I know what works for me.

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No offense to anyone of the "expo" persuasion, but WTF is the deal with khaki clothing? Seriously. I look at pics from the Overland Expo and realize that I am clearly not fitting in with that crowd as I do not own any khaki clothing.

I enjoy overland travel and vehicle camping as much as the anyone but if it's a requirement to have my entire wardrobe changed to khaki to be a legit "overlander" then I'm out.
Seriously dude; I feel the same exact way. Why the shit does everyone have to wear light weight khaki stuff with zip-off sleeves and a floppy hat to be an overlander? Unfortunately I think overlanding has taken on an identity that is more concerned with things and expensive junk than actually taking trips.

I like the exoverland series, but unfortunately it's a giant commercial for stuff I cant afford and dont need. If I see that exhaust jack one more time!
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Seriously dude; I feel the same exact way. Why the shit does everyone have to wear light weight khaki stuff with zip-off sleeves and a floppy hat to be an overlander? Unfortunately I think overlanding has taken on an identity that is more concerned with things and expensive junk than actually taking trips.

I like the exoverland series, but unfortunately its pretty a giant commercial for a lot of that stuff which I cant afford and dont need to afford. If I see that exhaust jack one more time!
I agree with the identity thing. Couldn't agree more that for a lot of people its about that once a year trip to the Globe Traveller Expo(making that up, hope its not a real thing) to show off their new RTT that they've opened up once in their driveway but for some reason still drive around with it on top of their truck year round.

Don't get me wrong, I love that there is so much innovation happening in the industry to provide some seriously cool equipment that can make life on our small adventures a whole lot more interesting and convenient. I own some of those cool things and do I like them? Hell yes. So I don't want to discourage people from getting any of that cool stuff, but get it if it helps you get out there and explore more and you actually use it.

I can't fault guys like the XOverland crew. They've got a dream job for most of us. And even though their videos are probably an advertisement for a lot of products, at least they are working hard at getting out there and using all of it. I won't fault anyone for having the latest and greatest and most expensive equipment when they're actually using it. Not just having it for show.

I have to admit that I don't get out as often as I wish. Life gets busy and until the day comes that I can walk away from my day job with endless amounts of cash to travel where I want and put some serious mileage on all of my equipment, I'll just be stuck like most of us trying to scrape by and make ends meet. And find a few weekends and a couple longer weeks during the year if I'm lucky to go find somewhere new that I've never taken my family before.
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I agree with the identity thing. Couldn't agree more that for a lot of people its about that once a year trip to the Globe Traveller Expo(making that up, hope its not a real thing) to show off their new RTT that they've opened up once in their driveway but for some reason still drive around with it on top of their truck year round.

Don't get me wrong, I love that there is so much innovation happening in the industry to provide some seriously cool equipment that can make life on our small adventures a whole lot more interesting and convenient. I own some of those cool things and do I like them? Hell yes. So I don't want to discourage people from getting any of that cool stuff, but get it if it helps you get out there and explore more and you actually use it.

I can't fault guys like the XOverland crew. They've got a dream job for most of us. And even though their videos are probably an advertisement for a lot of products, at least they are working hard at getting out there and using all of it. I won't fault anyone for having the latest and greatest and most expensive equipment when they're actually using it. Not just having it for show.

I have to admit that I don't get out as often as I wish. Life gets busy and until the day comes that I can walk away from my day job with endless amounts of cash to travel where I want and put some serious mileage on all of my equipment, I'll just be stuck like most of us trying to scrape by and make ends meet. And find a few weekends and a couple longer weeks during the year if I'm lucky to go find somewhere new that I've never taken my family before.
Heard that. And yeah, Im not knocking the Exoverland crew either, they have an awesome gig and are super-talented film makers.
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Heard that. And yeah, Im not knocking the Exoverland crew either, they have an awesome gig and are super-talented film makers.

and bad sound guys!! seriously..audio in their movies is..pathetic..could be cleaned up sooooo much better and it would be easy to do. Hope they fix that soon.

I agree though that some stuff is so pricey..why?? its sad really..


But who cares as long as people keep adventuring
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its pretty funny to see that the expo/overland crowd has bought into the "fashion" scene along with the "tactical" shooting fashion scene. Earth tones, khaki, fleece.


I personally dont see anything wrong with letting someone dress the way they want to though

Now I just need to travel back in time a little bit and start a super cool khaki/fleece company and call it "tactical expo shooters extreme khaki clothing company for the off road enthusiast who likes to shoot guns and get chicks".
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its pretty funny to see that the expo/overland crowd has bought into the "fashion" scene along with the "tactical" shooting fashion scene. Earth tones, khaki, fleece.


I personally dont see anything wrong with letting someone dress the way they want to though

Now I just need to travel back in time a little bit and start a super cool khaki/fleece company and call it "tactical expo shooters extreme khaki clothing company for the off road enthusiast who likes to shoot guns and get chicks".
Haha!!!!!! That made my morning! I refuse to wear floppy hats! I do own a lot of khaki and olive drab green but that's just left over from my Marine Corps stuff. I agree that that kind of clothing seems to be the scene for adventuring but like stated before, my Marine Corps gear will outlast just about anything on the market and I spend more e'er e time out than most so I need that durability..but seriously let's see What we can do about that time machine
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Hey, my Tacoma made the cover of the 2013 Expedition Portal Calendar.



And yes, I was wearing khaki Wrangler Riggs Ranger pants and a very crisply pressed khaki shirt when I took that picture. That must mean I’m a real overlander.

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congrats.. i'm a long way away from being on the cover of anything
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And yes, I was wearing khaki Wrangler Riggs Ranger pants and a very crisply pressed khaki shirt when I took that picture. That must mean I’m a real overlander.

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Got my hoops finished up and painted today. Trying to work a deal right now on craigslist for a Yakima Megawarrior basket w/Extension. Any thoughts? Was planning to mount that on top of the bed rack.

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Got my hoops finished up and painted today. Trying to work a deal right now on craigslist for a Yakima Megawarrior basket w/Extension. Any thoughts? Was planning to mount that on top of the bed rack.

I'm looking into the Baja rack setup. It is a little more low profile. If I were to get the Megawarrior it's made to sit on top of my Yakima bars witch just seems too high in the air. But then again just mounting them on your bed cage might work out nice. And a good Craigslist deal is always nice.
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Got my hoops finished up and painted today. Trying to work a deal right now on craigslist for a Yakima Megawarrior basket w/Extension. Any thoughts? Was planning to mount that on top of the bed rack.

Damn she did you get the rack over the soft topper!! Looks bad ass!

I'd put the baja rack on the roof

RTT on the bed rack would be cool
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If you intend to buy outdoor clothing... why not buy earthtone? It is easy to match. Half my backpacking/outdoor clothing is earthtone theme and half is black/grey/red. I like to match a little... call it vanity. Here is an outfit from my trip from Texas to Colorado, where my GF and I drove the Tacoma and spent 3 days and nights backpacking in Rocky mountain natl park. Is this so earthtone I look like a pouser? I find most dece.t outdoor clothing is earthtone... I don't see why that is so bad. Heck to me the pouser part of camping is "car camping" anyway which is why the overland thing does not resonate with me. I left the Tacoma at the trail head.


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