Where would you draw the line between car camping and overlanding?
While the typical overland traveler can separate them self from a stereotypical "car camper" pretty quick, we'd like to to expand on the difference briefly.
Car camping is choice to rely roadside campsites. Although seemingly different from RV and trailer camping, you can typically find car campers pitching six room tents and blue plastic tarps in the same campground.
Now consider overland travel. Similar to car camping, they've been known to drive an automobile, but the biggest difference is the destination. If you see an overland outfit, it'll typically be brief. Overlanders target remote camp destinations and are quick to packup and move on.
To sum it up - you'll rarely see an overland rig outfitted with cheap equipment; equally, you'll never see someone car camping with a $3900 roof top tent.
We feel like Ticla is making an attempt to blur the price point between these outdoor lifestyles while delivering well made products. Ticla offers a nice selection of shelters, bags and sleeping pads all at a very affordable price point. Yes, you can still find something cheaper in Walmart, but you won't find similar quality.
Whether you're overlanding or just looking to pimp it at the campground this summer, give Ticla a shot.