From paddling the lake on your kayak to enjoying frosty beverages in the ski resort parking lot, the Orion 35 Cooler keeps food, beverages, and perishables nicely chilled on daytime adventures. This 35-quart cooler is sized just right for shorter trips and overnight camping, holding everything you need for preparing a meal, satisfying your thirst, or preserving the day's catch at the lake. Rugged polyethylene construction stands up to the rigors of outdoor excursions, with a grippy traction pad atop the cooler for sitting and standing purposes. Two-inch insulation is bonded to the exterior shell, creating an exceptional thermal barrier from blistering heat in summertime. This thicker insulation keeps perishables nicely chilled with a minimal amount of ice, even for days at a time. Galvanized cam latches create a solid seal from the elements, as well as keeping out pesky animals in the wild. One of the Orion 35's most innovative features are built-in bottle openers and corner tie-downs for stabilizing it in your truck or kayak. YakAttack gear tracks boost functionality with separate accessories, ranging from a deluxe minibar to fishing rod holders. The Orion 35 is proudly made in the USA by the same company that makes Jackson Kayaks, so you know it's built to last through years of use and abuse.
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