Cache Basecamp Modular Tailgate System

Sep 12, 2018

Category: Gear

Whether you’re out at the dunes, in the middle of the woods, or somewhere even more remote, finding a good place to sit and relax can be a nigh-impossible task. However, if you’ve got a pickup truck and the Cache Basecamp modular tailgate system, you’ll never have to struggle to find a place to sit again.

Designed to work with literally any size pickup truck in the world, this locking pad attaches to your truck’s tailgate simply and securely via a combination-locking carabiner. And what it offers — while customizable to your adventure — is a three-part system consisting of two folding lounge chairs and a mid-size soft-sided cooler (of which all are removable and reconfigurable to suit your needs). It also boasts MOLLE webbing for additional attachments and doubles as a tie-down anchor point if you need to haul unwieldy gear to or from the campsite. Best of all it works without affecting your tailgate’s functionality or even blocking your backup camera. Back the project on Kickstarter now starting at $150 for the whole kit or buy it piece by piece.

Kickstarter: $150+

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