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The Orion 65

The Orion 65

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If we ran things, every household would have at least one Orion 65. Let an ice storm or hurricane take out power. All you’ll need is a block of ice and the 65 to keep the storm beer cold and everything in the fridge and freezer safe from spoilage. Which means a long week in the field is no sweat for this workhorse. You got quartered big game to ship back home? Slayed the dorado and want 40 pounds of filets to make it back to Ohio? This is your cooler. Lockable, beastly strong and stingy with every chip of ice you feed it, the Orion 65 craves big adventures, huge tailgate parties and any event when a lot of stuff needs to stay cold for a long time.

Capacity: 65 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: 30.25″ x 16.5″

Exterior Dimensions, top: 33″ x 19.25″

Exterior Height: 17.75″

Weight: 36 lbs.

Price: $499

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The Orion 65 Chronicles

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  • Damon Bungard’s Top 20 US Made Christmas Gifts for the Outdoorsman

      Have some last minute shopping to do for the outdoorsman on your Christmas list? Like to buy things made in the USA? I do, and luckily I get to have a career outdoors that lets me use all kinds of outdoor equipment made by great people, right here. So this year I thought I’d put together an All-American list of great gift ideas from products and people that I...(Read more...)

  • Jammin’ At Hippie Jack’s

    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...)