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The Orion 55

The Orion 55

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There’s a slot between a long weekend camping adventure and a full week of roughing it in the field, and the Orion 55 was created to fill it. Bring on the limit of salmon filets or quartered game. There’s room. That’s not to say the 55 can’t handle more civilized chores. Keeping all the adult beverages icy cold for an outdoor summer wedding party? Brining the family’s turkeys for Thanksgiving? The 55 is down for that kind of duty, too. Trick it out with RAM accessories attached to the integrated gear tracks and it becomes even more versatile and useful for anyone whose pursuits tend toward the bigger and bolder.

Capacity: 55 quarts

Tie downs: 6

Bottle openers: 4

Insulation: 2″-2.75″

Standing pad: Integrated

Interior tray: Solid thermoformed ABS plastic.

Hinges: Lifetime

Closures: Lifetime galvanized cam latches

Exterior Dimensions, base: 27″ x 15.75″

Exterior Dimensions, top: 29.25″ x 18″

Exterior Height: 18.25″

Weight: 26.75 lbs.

Price: $479

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  • Sky
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  • Blaze
  • Stone
  • Mahi

The Orion 55 Chronicles

  • Getting Comfortable Sleeping In The Backcountry

    You arrive at camp, several miles deep in remote wilderness, remove your pack from sore shoulders and begin sifting through gear. You prepare a meager freeze dried meal by boiling water and dumping it into a pouch full of what resembles styrofoam as darkness settles across the landscape. As you eat your "meat" and noodle mush, the thought of a soft mattress and a fluffy pillow crosses your mind....(Read more...)

  • Trekking Poles

    On a day off from my tourism job in Juneau, Alaska, I sat on my front deck enjoying a cup of coffee, reading a book, and taking in the view of the beautiful Gastineau Channel and Mt. Bradley towering above. My solitude was abruptly interrupted by a tourist on the sidewalk, "Wow, so this is the last frontier." I peered over my book to see a man standing on...(Read more...)

  • One Less Thing To Worry About

    The working day starts early at the Plantation during hunting season. Before dawn, our guides are loading dogs and shotguns onto the hunt truck, checking and double-checking the list to make sure nothing is overlooked. Are the food and drinks iced and ready to go? Do we have enough shells in each gauge for every type of bird we might see today? How are the horses feeling this morning?...(Read more...)