Product Spotlight: Zarges Storage

Product Spotlight: Zarges Storage

by Stephan Edwards

As you prepare for the summer travel season this year, it might be worthwhile reconsidering your overland vehicle's storage situation. 

Mercedes G-Wagen driving over bridge with Zarges Cases


We’ve covered some of the pros and cons of various gear organization solutions in the recent past - including
drawer systems, andhard and soft storage. One of the true north stars in storage for overlanders has been the aluminum case. Lightweight, impact and corrosion resistant, weather tight, and frankly awesome looking, you can find lockable aluminum boxes on adventure bikes and overland rigs all over the world.

This is why we’re stoked to introduce Zarges Aluminum Cases to the Overlander community. 
 

Since 1933 Zarges has been building robust aluminum storage for applications ranging from hazmat and biohazard transport to camera cases. Militaries all over the world - including the US Army - trust Zarges cases to protect satellite equipment and other sensitive military electronics. 

Zarges now brings that legacy of innovation and ruggedness, and the same build quality to a new line up of cases aimed at the overland traveler.

Zarges aluminum case


Zarges aluminum cases are perfect companions for overlanding and camping. They are light and durable, and they can withstand heat, cold, (a temperature range of
-238° to 302° F) moisture, dust, impact, and, important to those of us in Grizzly country, even bears! 


Most models offer stacking corners to hold cases together securely during transport, which gives them a unique “Lego-style” look that I really dig. Others include integrated casters for easy mobility around the campsite or in the airport. The boxes are ideal for transporting electronics, cameras, drones, food & kitchen equipment, guns & hunting gear, or anything else you need on your trek. 

Zarges Aluminum case


There are over 50 standard sizes to choose from, and each case is constructed of 5005 alloy aluminum sheeting with fully welded profile frames. They feature spring-loaded handles for safe shipping and a slim profile, and Zarges also offers a wide range of foam liners and other inserts for extra layers of protection. Zarges can even work with you to build custom finishes and bespoke linings that are made right here in the USA in their Charlotte, North Carolina facility. 

With all that variety and versatility you can be sure that Overlander.com has a Zarges case that’s the right case for you and your adventures. 


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