Calling All Adventure Ladies!

June 26, 2020

Calling All Adventure Ladies!

Ty and I are lucky to have met so many strong, competent, adventurous women in the overlanding space. We also know a lot of women who dream of traveling solo but who might not have the confidence to go it alone. No matter how fierce you are or how new to this lifestyle, we’ve heard time and again that women want more security. I know I do. Some of the most experienced women we’ve met tell us there are times they prefer to sleep in their locked car rather than in a tent, even a rooftop tent.

We designed the Redtail RTC with locking doors and windows for greater peace of mind in the wild and not just while camping solo. You can also secure your gear without breaking down camp if you want to leave for a hike. Hard walls, secure doors, and a pass thru for access to your vehicle through a sunroof (if equipped) provide more security than any other tent or RTT option on the market.

For the utterly fearless women out there I applaud you, want to know you and aspire to be you. But if an extra layer of security will help some of us explore more often and farther with confidence, then we’d love to be a part of your next adventure.

~ Annie Tatro, Co-Founder


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