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Another Epic Journey in the Long Life of my Orion 25…

I am hoping that my life is remembered as one of adventure, daring, and breaking new ground, while doing well for others and...

Spearfishing Bluefin Tuna

  After working a full week in Northern California, I headed my truck South and by Saturday morning I found myself 60 miles offshore from San Diego,...

Getting Started in Eastern Backcountry Hunting – What’s In My Daypack

Getting Started in Eastern Backcountry Hunting – What’s In My Daypack Summer is here, and with the heat comes anticipation for the Fall. Now is...

Antelope Chili & Bluegill at -15º

Antelope Chili & Bluegill at -15º The ladies of Women Ice Angler Project (theiceangler.com) cooked some amazing antelope chili on the ice in Otter...

Find Your Track

I enjoy the company of dogs immensely. A day of hunting, fishing, kayaking, hiking, socializing at a brewery or just relaxing on the couch, is made...

Getting Started in Eastern Backcountry Hunting – What’s In My Daypack

Getting Started in Eastern Backcountry Hunting – What’s In My Daypack Summer is here, and with the heat comes anticipation for the Fall. Now is...

Top 3 Post-Hunt Packing Tips For Orion Coolers

My top priority once I’ve harvested an animal in the field is meat care. That process starts with getting it off the animal and getting...

Skull Mounts Part 2 – From Field to Living Room, How To Do Them Yourself

  In Part 1 of this series, I talked about the process of deciding whether or not to do a skull mount, caping it out, transporting it home, boiling...

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...

Lost GoPro? – Tips and Tricks for Finding Your Lost GoPro Camera

Losing gear to the river, waves, or bottom of the lake is a pretty good way to ruin your day. It's a bummer, and can get pretty costly,...

what Sets Orion Apart

Innovation comes standard on every model

Yakattack Track

One of the key innovations of Orion Coolers is the standard YakAttac™ accessory tracks mounted on each side. These allow you to easily and quickly mount a myriad of accessories to the Orion to enhance its performance and tailor it to your adventure. Rod holders, phone holders, cup holders, GPS, Fish Finders, etc all mount to the Orion Cooler, without interfering with opening and closing it.

SIX TIE-DOWNS

Tie down points on each corner and one on the middle of each side provide multiple options for secure transport. Whether on the bow of your boat, bed of your truck or back of your kayak, your Orion will stay put. And you can still open it an access the contents.

Low-Profile Cam Latches

We hate latches that catch on things. Orion’s cam-style latches close flush with the cooler surface, are easy to open and close, and snag-free when sliding the cooler in and out of your vehicle, or when standing on it and casting your fly line.

Lock Points

Lock down your contents with a pad-lock, flexible cable or gun safety lock; all are certified by the IGBC (Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee) to meet requirements for food storage in National Forests in grizzly bear habitat.

Tough Roto-Molded Shell

Coolers, like kayaks, are challenging to mold. The same experts who mold world-famous Jackson Kayaks craft your Orion Coolers at our facility in Sparta, TN. The rugged, polyethylene shell is designed to frustrate bears, take the heavy abuse that life in the outdoors can dish out and deliver years of service.

2”+ Insulation

Underneath that rugged exterior shell, Orion Coolers have at least 2” of insulation to keep what’s cold, cold.

Padded Top

An $80-$90 accessory elsewhere, Orion engineers our pad to elegantly conform to the design. This dual-layered EVA foam marine-style pad provides standing traction, seating comfort and distinctive design.

Drain Plug

Large, easy to open drain plug for fast drainage of any melted water, ease of cleaning, or equalizing pressure after air travel.

Motorcycle Grip Handles

Heavy-duty rope with motorcycle-style grip handles save knuckles during transport and don’t drag on the ground at rest.

Bottle Openers

Lost bottle opener? No worries. Bottle openers on each corner also serve as bumpers to protect your cooler from collisions.

Bottle Openers

Lost bottle opener? No worries. Bottle openers on each corner also serve as bumpers to protect your cooler from collisions.

Motorcycle Grip Handles

Heavy-duty rope with motorcycle-style grip handles save knuckles during transport and don’t drag on the ground at rest.

Drain Plug

Large, easy to open drain plug for fast drainage of any melted water, ease of cleaning, or equalizing pressure after air travel.

Yakattack™ Tracks

Easily and quickly mount a myriad of accessories to enhance performance and tailor your cooler to your adventure — rod holders, phone holders, cup holders, GPS, fish finders … mount enhancements without inhibiting cooler access. No cooler does more.

Padded Top

An $80-$90 accessory elsewhere, Orion engineers our pad to elegantly conform to the design. This dual-layered EVA foam marine-style pad provides standing traction, seating comfort and distinctive design.

2"+ Insulation

Underneath that rugged exterior shell, Orion Coolers have at least 2” of insulation to keep what’s cold, cold.

Tough Roto-Molded Shell

Coolers, like kayaks, are challenging to mold. The same experts who mold world-famous Jackson Kayaks craft your Orion Coolers at our facility in Sparta, TN. The rugged, polyethylene shell is designed to frustrate bears, take the heavy abuse that life in the outdoors can dish out and deliver years of service.

Six Tie-Downs

Tie down points on each corner and one on the middle of each side provide multiple options for secure transport. Whether on the bow of your boat, bed of your truck or back of your kayak, your Orion will stay put. And you can still open it an access the contents.

Lock Points

Lock down your contents with a pad-lock, flexible cable or gun safety lock; all are certified by the IGBC (Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee) to meet requirements for food storage in National Forests in grizzly bear habitat.

Low-Profile Cam Latches

Lock down your contents with a pad-lock, flexible cable or gun safety lock; all are certified by the IGBC (Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee) to meet requirements for food storage in National Forests in grizzly bear habitat.

The most standard features of any cooler in its class, ready for adventure right out of the box and made in the USA.