Adventure Accessories: Outfitted

A roundup of automotive accessories for successful adventures.

We’re big fans of having a place for everything and everything in its place. It makes things easy to find in a pinch, keeps us organized, and makes packing more efficient. In this edition of Outfitted, we’re bringing you storage solutions to upgrade the storage space in your rig. Next time you hit the road, you’ll be grateful to have space for all the adventure accessories you need. What will you put on your rig?

Front Runner/Roof Top Tent

Gray roof top tent with tan rainfly and ladder.

Looking for a low-profile roof top tent but have limited roof space? Allow us to introduce you to Front Runner’s Roof Top Tent. It is 1.3 meters wide when stowed, then opens up to 2.4 meters long when set up. The super-low, 330mm profile reduces wind resistance while on the road and lowers the vehicle’s total height. The Front Runner Roof Top Tent is said to be the lowest profile roof top tent on the market.

MSRP: $1,169

Move Bumpers/Precision 1.5-inch Prerunner Bumper Kit

A black matte front bumper with Move branding and light bars.

Move Bumpers’ Precision 1.5-inch Prerunner Bumper Kit provides a sporty look while providing front-end protection to your truck or SUV. A wide range of applications is available for your truck or SUV. It is made of 3/16-inch raw plate steel and includes half-inch plate clevis hooks with 1-inch holes. 1.5-inch prerunner tubing with 1.25-inch wing tubes sits up front. Optional 20-inch or 30-inch lightbar cutout and universal light pocket on the wings available.

MSRP: starts at $695

Step 22/REEF Visor

Molle accessory mount designed to fit on visor.

The REEF Visor houses your smaller adventure accessories that need a home in your rig to prevent them from getting lost. The dual-layer, laminated Cordura nylon Squadron panel attaches to your visor, stowing your sunglasses, pocketknives, pens, and other quick grab essentials at an arm’s reach for the driver or front passenger. With the Velcro Brand One-Wrap woven into modular MOLLE, this highly adaptable panel configures to your vehicle’s layout. A portion of every REEF sale helps support the conservation of threatened marine species and their habitats.

MSRP: $50

Armordillo/AR-S Roof Rack

Black rooftop accessory mounting rack.

Sized perfectly for pick-up truck applications, such as Toyota Tundra and Ford F-150, Armordillo’s AR-M Roof is a modular-style roof rack that was designed to suit all your equipment-mounting needs. Use the AR-S to haul extra cargo or install extra lights to brighten up the darkest roads; this rack will surely cover your needs on any road trip. Designed in the USA, and with off road enthusiast in mind, this cargo basket will last you a lifetime.

MSRP: $800

Go Rhino/RB20 Slim Line Running Boards for Ford Bronco

Two black metal running boards for Ford Broncos.

The RB20 Slim Line Running Boards offer your 2022 and up Ford Bronco the same heavy duty toughness as Go Rhino’s original RB Series but with a slimmer design for increased ground clearance when off-roading. Constructed from 16-gauge, zinc-coated, galvanized steel, the Raptor-inspired boards are 5-1/2 inches across at its widest point. Features a protective bedliner coating and installation is made easy with no drilling required.

MSRP: starts at $540

Peak Design/Wireless Charging Car Mount

Phone accessory mount for dashboard.

Your phone is one of the most important adventure accessories, espcially if you use if for navigation. This phone mount is so beautiful, secure, and intuitive, that once you install it in your truck, you’ll feel like it was there from the start. Peak Design’s mount is made from beautiful machined and anodized aluminum and mounts directly to your dash or console via an ultra-durable 3M VHB pad. Ultra-strong MagSafe-compatible magnets hold your phone in place even down the most rugged trails. Requires a Peak Design Case or Universal Adapter (sold separately). Also works with MagSafe phones and phone cases.

MSRP: $80

Scosche/Scosche PowerUp 600 Torch

Combination accessory charger, jump starter, and flashlight.

Be prepared for any situation. Perhaps the only thing worse than getting stuck with a dead battery in your vehicle is getting stuck in the dark with a dead battery and an uncharged phone. That’s why Scosche designed this rugged, powerful, lightweight multi-purpose Jump Starter with an ultra-bright flashlight and a USB charging outlet for your phone. The Flashlight/Jump Starter/Power Bank kit comes with charging clamps and cables, a car adapter and charging cable and a protective storage case.

MSRP: $150

Pacific Performance Engineering/Oil Filter Mount

Oil filter mount, black with PPE branding.

Relocate your oil filter with this remote oil filter mount. This remote filter mount has a higher flow rate than stock and is compatible with a variety of filters, including HP4 and HP6A racing filters. It features one outlet and three inlet ports for an easy leak-free installation and non-restrictive flow. Whether you are relocating your stock oil filter for easier access or wanting to use a larger filter, such as PPE’s high-performance engine oil filters, complete your project with this remote filter mount.

MSRP: $160

Editor’s Note: A version of this story previously appeared in the November/December 2022 issue of Tread Magazine.

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