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It doesn’t matter if you’re a newbie to the rock-crawling, desert-spanning, forest-dwelling outdoor trend du jour of overlanding, or, if you’re an old dirtbag who’s been packing up a truck and traveling the far-from-beaten path since the ’70s: You’re gonna need a burly and practical pair of pants. To be a true overlander means not just sitting in your cab and getting a little dusty while setting up camp, it also involves stuff like scooting under your truck to attach recovery straps, slogging through mud to pull winch cables, or getting down on a knee to check tire pressure.

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