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The Orion 85

The Orion 85

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Could be you’re the hunter or angler who lives by the credo “go big or go home” … the outfitter who delivers exceptional experiences for his clients … the big-event caterer who is renowned for the quality of your service.  Our largest cooler is up to your grandest expectations. Shipping multiple quartered game, King Salmon filets or servicing a multi-family picnic, the 85 says, “bring it.” Add the brilliant functionality and customizability of our exclusive gear tracks and a range of RAM accessories — cup holders holders to GoPro® mounts — and you have an indispensable asset for everyone who works, hunts, fishes and lives large.

Capacity: 85 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: 34.25″ x 18″

Exterior Dimensions, top: 37″ x 20.75″

Exterior Height: 17.75″

Weight: 43 lbs.

Price: $549

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The Orion 85 Chronicles

  • 2017 California Coast Species To Date

    Here is a video to show some of the species I have put in my Orion 85 in 2017, and the fun I have had hunting them and enjoying the harvest back on shore. Species shown in vid are Lingcod, Cabezon, Chinook Salmon, Leopard Shark (not taken), California Sheephead, Red Abalone, Vermilion/Black/Blue Rockfish and California Halibut. https://youtu.be/o2Obnk5DReU I've attached a few pics below showing some of the fish and...(Read more...)

  • Alaska – Still A Frontier

    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...)

  • Backcountry Bear Part 4: Backcountry Surf and Turf

    Part three of this series ended with dodging rattlesnakes on the way back to regroup with the team at camp and have some bear for dinner. Morning Rock Rub Part four begins the following morning, waking up in camp after a restful night. The sun was shining, the goats didn’t run away, and a day of trying something new awaited. With the weather clearing and warming up significantly, I...(Read more...)