September - the Double Lung Outdoors Crew heads for the wilderness and the Alaskan Experience looking for Moose, Bear, and Wolf. Little did we know this would change each day but we knew to be prepared for whatever came our way. We left Dallas and headed to Fairbanks to meet up with our friend and hunting partner Mark Sprengel from Washington State. Mark was waiting for us at Pikes...(Read more...)
The Orion 35Buy Now
Are you one of those people who will let a whim turn the usual day trip into an overnighter? Do you run in circles that occasionally result in an unexpected extra mouth to feed? Say hello to Orion 35, the perfect step up from our smallest model. It’s worth noting that the extra volume in the 35 has been added laterally, giving it the lowest profile in the line. The stability of that broader footprint is nice to have if you’re one who uses his cooler as a casting platform, or stands on it when glassing the field. The right size when you need a little more, yet still manageable for one person going solo.
Capacity: 35 quarts
Tie downs: 6
Bottle openers: 4
Standing pad: Integrated
Interior tray: Solid thermoformed ABS plastic.
Closures: Lifetime galvanized cam latches
Exterior Dimensions, base: 21.25″ x 15.5″
Exterior Dimensions, top: 23.75″ x 17.75″
Exterior Height: 16.25″
Weight: 26.75 lbs.
The Orion 35 Chronicles
Southern summer fishing! Cicadas blast a raucous, chitinous symphony across the river and heat and humidity wrap around you like a wet wool blanket. An Orion Cooler is an essential piece of summertime gear! One of my favorite parings is my Jackson Kayak SUPerFISHal with my 25 or 35q Orion Cooler. The SUPerFISHal is Jackson Kayak’s paddleboard - an open, super-stable and ultra-customizable platform for fishing. With an Orion...(Read more...)
Cresting a hilltop in rural Overton county Tennessee, the sounds of plucking, fiddling and strumming filled the air. Pulling up, my son and I were welcomed by smiling faces who escorted us to our campsite at the furthest reaches of Scrappy Town, directly on the bank of the West Obey river. The temperature under the canopy was nearly ten degrees cooler than out in the open fields, and a breeze drifting across...(Read more...)