RLD Design’s Kitchen Kits Are Built For Off-Road Adventures

May 29, 2019

Category: Gear

Started in South Africa by Riaan Ludlik, RLD Design was born out of necessity for rugged, functional truck canopies for off-road adventures. They’ve expanded their range of quality products to canopy accessories, such as the RLD Design Kitchen Kits, which offer optimal storage space and durability.

The kit will organize the gear you need to provide your tribe with a delicious meal in the backcountry. You’ll find a cabinet, dishwater for six, foam insert, and convenient drop-down table, which can be used as a stove platform or prep area. The place settings include plates, bowls, coffee cups, drinking glasses, and utensils so you can enjoy fine grub wherever the path takes you. RLD Design’s Kitchen Kits are built using powder-coated stainless steel, ensuring they will last for years of road trips and camping weekends. You can get the Kitchen Kits in half or full size, depending on your truck, starting at $1,200.

Purchase: $1,200+

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