Jeep x Addax Gladiator Overlanding Camper: Revolutionize Your Adventure

Modular, Durable, Spacious, Versatile, Adventure-Ready

Alright, let's take a little journey together, traversing the wild, untamed terrains with a partner born from the crucible of adventure and innovation. The Jeep Gladiator, that brawny, unyielding beast of the road has found its perfect match in the Jeep x Addax Gladiator Overlanding Camper, a collaboration that's as impressive as it is essential for the true adventurers among us.

Now, Addax isn’t just any outfit; these guys have their roots deep in the red-rock beauty of Moab, Utah, creating products that aren't just rugged, but also reliable and trailblazing. It's the kind of gear that's tested in hell, ensuring you're getting nothing but the best for your journeys.

The Gladiator Overlanding Camper they’ve cooked up with Jeep is nothing short of a masterpiece. We’re talking about a system that's as flexible as it is durable, starting off with a robust 16-gauge stainless steel truck cap. This is no ordinary cap though; it’s got a retractable top, allowing you to stand tall in the pickup bed, easily access the roof rack, or haul that tall cargo without having to remove the entire cap. It's genius, really.

And then there’s the rooftop tent. This aluminum-framed beauty attaches seamlessly to the cap, requiring no crossbars or platform rack. It’s spacious, giving you 77% more headroom than the average hard-shell rooftop tent, and it’s kitted out with all the bells and whistles: LED lighting, solar panels, an adjustable-speed exhaust fan, and a 3″ memory foam mattress. This is not just camping; this is embracing the wild in utmost style and comfort.

The freedom to customize your adventure is right at your fingertips with the M-3 Mod System. This patent-pending marvel ensures that your cab stays pristine, no matter how wild your adventures get. And the beauty of it all? It’s a no-drill assembly. This camper isn’t just a tool for adventure; it’s a commitment to keeping your ride as immaculate as the day you got it.

The beauty of the Gladiator Overlanding Camper lies in its ability to transform. Today, it’s your rugged companion on the trail, and tomorrow, it could be hauling your work gear. And when the weekend comes calling again? It’s back to being your home away from home in the heart of nature.

This is a bold, integrative design that carries the signature lines of the Jeep Gladiator, ensuring that even in the wildest of adventures, you're making a statement. It’s made for extreme durability, uncompromising security, and off-road comfort. This, my friends, is not just a camper; it’s an extension of your thirst for adventure, a companion that’s as ready as you are to embrace the wild.

So, when the road calls, and the horizon beckons, know that the Jeep Gladiator Overlanding Camper by Addax is ready to take you there, ensuring that every adventure is not just a journey, but an unforgettable experience.


  1. Modularity and Customization: The Jeep x Addax Gladiator Overlanding Camper's M-3 Mod System allows for extensive customization, ensuring that users can tailor their setup according to their specific needs and preferences.
  2. Durability: Constructed with 16-gauge stainless steel and designed for rugged use, this camper system promises longevity and the ability to withstand harsh conditions.
  3. Spacious and Comfortable: Offering 77% more headroom and a 30% larger sleeping area than the average hard-shell rooftop tent, the camper ensures a comfortable and spacious living/sleeping space.
  4. No-Drill Assembly: The camper can be installed without any drilling, preserving the integrity and resale value of the Jeep Gladiator.
  5. Versatility: The camper’s design allows for easy switching between adventure and work modes, making it suitable for both overlanding trips and daily use.


  1. Cost: Starting at $4,000 for just the cap, the full setup of the Jeep x Addax Gladiator Overlanding Camper can be quite expensive, potentially putting it out of reach for some consumers.
  2. Weight and Size: The durable construction and spacious design mean the camper is fairly large and heavy, which could impact the vehicle's fuel efficiency and maneuverability.
  3. Complexity: With its multifunctional and modular design, the camper system can be complex to set up and take down, particularly for users who are new to overlanding or not mechanically inclined.
  4. Limited Bed Space: Given the Jeep Gladiator’s single 5-foot bed size, the camper system might limit the available space for storing gear and other essentials during trips.
  5. Potential for Overkill: For users who are looking for a simpler, more straightforward camping solution, the extensive features and customization options of the Jeep x Addax Gladiator Overlanding Camper might be more than they need.

Starting $4,000

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