When cold isn't good enough, Canyon Coolers promises to be ridiculously cold

The Canyon Coolers Navigator 150 offers the kind of ice retention bowhunters want.
When cold isn't good enough, Canyon Coolers promises to be ridiculously cold

The newest member of the Canyon Coolers Adventure Series is the 150-quart Navigator. Like the rest of Canyon Coolers' line, this cooler promises to be not just cold, but "ridiculously cold."

What sets the Navigator 150 apart? Well, for one thing, it features thicker walls than other coolers on the market, as well as a one-piece, roto-molded design. According to Canyon Coolers, that design not only holds ice longer, but it will also keep a trophy fresh for weeks instead of days. The cooler has been FLIR-tested, using thermal imaging to ensure it meets Canyon Coolers' — and hunters' — high expectations.

A unique basket system inside the Navigator allows the user to store more, with little to no wasted space, and to organize provisions for longer trips. The new cam-over-pull-ring latch design was developed to accommodate gloves or a two-finger pull, and 10 lash-down points in the lid work with the Canyon Coolers Jungle Cord lashing system. Other features include two large drain plugs for extra insulation and durability, seat pads and a bottle opener. The certified IGBC bear-resistant cooler comes with a lifetime warranty.

The airtight Navigator measures 42.5 x 23 x 19.7 inches, has truck-bed-friendly skid plates and comes in Sandstone. It's made in the U.S.A.


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