Made by Jackson Kayak in Sparta Tennessee, the Orion 25 Cooler is made from the same bombproof, roto-molded polyethylene material used in Jackson's whitewater kayaks. Being the smallest cooler in the line, the Orion 25 is ideal for those fishing, hunting, and canoeing trips when you will be transporting the cooler to and from camp by the power of your own two hands. Where the Orion really shines, though, is with its ability to be easily secured in a recreational or fishing kayak, SUP, canoe, or ATV. With two-inches of insulation, Orion coolers will keep your food and beverages cold. Six aluminum tie down points allow you to secure the cooler in any number of ways, while four bottle openers on the corner tie down points let you crack open a cold one from almost any angle. A standing pad on top of the cooler doubles as a seat or casting platform in your boat, and the low-profile camming latches won't get snagged up on fishing line or rope. Inside the cooler is a plastic tray to keep your grub organized making it your fridge away from home. The cooler can be locked via padlocks (not included) making the cooler completely bearproof according to the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee (IGBC).
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