Posts Tagged: "Can cooler"

CreekKooler | Floating Kayak Cooler


Next time you’re off kayaking or enjoying your free days on the water, why not have a little kayak next to you, carrying your booze? If that sounds like a cool idea, then you’re gonna love CreekKooler. This floating portable cooler will save space in your kayak while keeping your drinks cold. By using the streamlined, …

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Dakine Party Bucket


To all the dedicated beer drinkers out there, it should be easy to transport your booze and keep it cold for longer periods of time. So next time you’re heading to a BYOB party, a camping trip or the beach, you should take a look at the Dakine Party Bucket. The Dakine Party Bucket is made from 600D …

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ORCA Pod Cooler


Here’s one more thing to keep your drinks safe and cool. The Orca Pod Cooler is an incredibly convenient way to bring along your booze when you’re about to spend some time outdoors. The Orca Pod Cooler allows you to carry up to 59.5 pounds. It’s made from BPA-free, anti-microbial Denier double TPU that has the ultimate …

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The Cooler Molle Wrap | By Orca Gear


Besides the rest of their equipment, Orca Gear produces around 15 different Molle products. One of them is the Molle Wrap, a cooler cover made with molle webbing. It’s available for 26, 40 and 58-quart Orca coolers, but you can also get ones made for pouches, first aid kits, pistol holders, flashlight and external chargers. The Molle …

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Stanley Adventure Cooler (30 Quart)


Summer will be here before you know it and you should already think about gearing up. Stanley Adventure Cooler will make any camping trip more enjoyable since it’s very practical and does a great job at keeping the beverages cold for a long time. This 30-quart cooler can hold ice for an incredible four days. The construction is …

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Summer is almost here and when it starts getting hotter outside, you will, fortunately, have a cold and tasty drink to help you cool down. But keeping your canned beverages cold can be tricky; we do have methods, albeit temporary ones. Corkcicle has decided to step in and solve this problem by making the last can …

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