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Canyon Coolers: The Toughest, Coldest, Little Cooler on the Block

Thursday, February 9, 2017 7:30
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Scout Cayon Coolers
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USA -(Ammoland.com)- What happens when you cross Canyon Cooler’s smallest cooler, the Outfitter 22, with the toughest, most durable cooler on the market, the Prospector 103? You get the small and mighty 22-quart Scout.

Measuring 13X15.3X18 inches at its largest spots, the Scout is small enough to be carried over the shoulder with a comfortable, made in Montana shoulder strap when full, and has 1.5 inch thick insulated walls to ensure extreme cold retention. No other premium cooler of this size on the market can boast these kinds of rugged features.

The Scout sports a marine grade aluminum hinge and fourteen integrated marine grade aluminum tie down points that double as mounting points for the innovative Bungy Net System.

The new Dura-Latches and No-Lose drain plug are recessed into the cooler so slipping the Scout into a tight spot on a boat or 4X4 is no problem. Unlike the Outfitter 22, the Scout is lockable and has a pending Grizzly Bear Certification.

Rubber grip feet on the bottom make the Scout an excellent step or extra seat – no sliding around on the deck of your boat. The new Canyon Coolers Scout is backed by a lifetime warranty.

Canyon Cooler’s new Adventure Series includes three seriously tough, ridiculously cold, premium coolers – The Prospector 103, The Mule 30 qt. Cube, and The Scout 22 qt.

These coolers are designed with extreme adventure in mind – they sport thicker insulation and more durable hardware than any other premium coolers on the market today. The Adventure Series represents the true spirit of Canyon Coolers – adventurous, bold, and downright outrageously awesome.

Canyon Coolers manufactures ridiculously cold, seriously tough coolers to keep food and beverages cold for not just days, but weeks. Ultra-tough in design from the drain plugs, latches, and handles these coolers are designed to take a beating from the hot sun in stride.

Canyon Coolers are used by hunters, anglers, rafters, outdoor enthusiasts —and anyone else whose adventures are fueled by seriously cold refreshments.

To learn more about Canyon Coolers’ full-line of premium, ridiculously cold and seriously tough coolers, contact Canyon Coolers at 866-558- 3267 or visit their website.

About Canyon Coolers:

Canyon Coolers is a manufacturer renown for creating ridiculously cold, seriously tough coolers that keep food and beverages cold for not just days, but weeks. Developed for river rafters venturing on multiple day trips, the company has developed and enhanced seals, latches and other innovations while maintaining heavy-duty durability and insulating capabilities. Today, Canyon Coolers are regularly used by hunters, anglers, rafters, outdoor enthusiasts — and essentially anyone whose adventures are fueled by seriously cold refreshments. To learn more about Canyon Coolers’ full-line of premium, ridiculously cold and seriously tough coolers, contact Canyon Coolers at 555 S. Blackbird Roost, Suite 6, Flagstaff, AZ 86001. Telephone: 866-558-3267, canyoncoolers.com.

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