All the things to make your van a home.
NEMO HELIO SHOWER
Camping gets dirty but normal camp showers are a pain to deal with. Thats why we recommend the Helio Pressure Shower – it packs up small for transport, holds a ton of water, pressurizes with a simple foot pump and keeps you clean when things get dirty.
Power Needs – Goal Zero
Wondering about your electrical needs? We use Goal Zero and their Yeti 150 Portable Power Station for ours. However if you’re looking for more juice they’ll have it!
We love getting dirty but that doesn’t mean we like bringing it inside with us. Whether you’re changing out of mountain bike shoes, ski boots, hiking boots or just need a clean place to stand, we recommend the Adventure Mat. It folds up with one hand, keeping the clean side up, and packs away into a convenient pouch.
We never leave without a Rumpl Blanket. In fact, we usually take along two.
Travel Accessories and Bags
When packing up for any trip, short or long, you can bet one of our bags is a Topo Designs. Everything they make is durable and dependable, with a focus on simplicity and functionality. They're also quite stylish...
Lighting – Luminoodle
The best solution to lighting we've found. With magnets in the rope, it attaches to the ceiling of your Wayfarer Van almost seamlessly. Also, you can recharge the power pack while driving in your dashboard USB port. Our Luminoodle simply lives in the van.
COOKING – Stove top
True to our kits, we keep our camp cooking simple with this one burner stove. It packs away in a small box, easily fits within your kitchen compartments and uses both propane and butane. With little to go wrong, this single burner will leave you with more counter space and never let you down.
We recommend the Bison, 24-Can, Soft-Sided Cooler. It fits well within our kitchen box, works great, and doesn't break the bank.
We recommend Mr. Heater's portable MH9BX Buddy Heater. It's small enough to tuck in a small corner on the floor and still have plenty of room. Effectively keeps you comfortable no matter the conditions outside. It has a low-oxygen and accidental tip over emergency shutoffs, and doesn't burn off any emissions.