Founded in 2015, Rossmönster Overland is a Colorado-based firm that makes a speciality of producing well-appointed overland and expedition rigs. Using its personal in depth expertise participating in long-distance off-road adventures, the staff at Rossmönster applies its personal experience and firsthand data to create an ever-more spectacular vary of go-anywhere cell shelters and basecamps — the newest of which is the all-new Lagom Series.
Taking its identify from the Swedish phrase for “just the right amount,” the Lagom is an extremely distinctive off-road-style camper that gives ample residing area and framed, panoramic views with out vastly mitigating the car’s efficiency or obstructing entry to the truck’s mattress. The Lagom consists of a pop-up dwelling with a hard-walled aluminum folding shell system that opens up right into a bonafide room quite than only a cramped roof-top tent.
On its exterior, the Lagom Series sports activities a photo voltaic panel setup of as much as 200-watts, secured and locking latches for all entry factors, huge entrance and rear window panes, and open entry to the rear and sides of the truck’s mattress. Inside, the pop-up camper options upholstered wall panels, a MaxxAir fan, an non-compulsory onboard Goal Zero energy system, out there dimmable LED dome lighting, and a full-size 2-inch-thick mattress pad. The Lagom Series additionally provides adventurers an inexpensive technique of luxurious overland tenting with out having to shell out the cash for a totally built-out camper.
Available for Toyota Tacomas from 2016 to current, Jeep Gladiators from 2019 to current, and Ford F-150s from 2015 to 2020, the Rossmönster Overland Lagom Series begins at $14,000 for the Base Package and goes as much as $17,000 for the Base Plus Package. In addition to providing the Lagom Series — and the remainder of its journey rigs as rental automobiles — Rossmönster can be promoting an Expedition improve package deal with roof rails, an exterior ladder, an LED gentle bar, and customized MOLLE panels for a further $4,000.