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VIDEO: ICAST 2015 – New Product Highlight Elite 28K and Elite 38 – Mustang Survival

Mustang Survival Elite 28K Elite 38

Chris Lane – Bassmaster Elite Pro Fishermen talks about new Mustang products and introduces Ben Duchesney – Kayak Angler Magazine and Jay Feimster – as they discuss the new Elite 28K and Elite 38 at ICAST 2015. The Elite 28K was designed with paddling in mind and brings together motion and adaptability with a MOLLE attachment system. The Elite ... Read More »

Check out The Coolest Cooler

What do you look for in a new cooler? Well if you are looking for one that keeps your drinks cold, plays music, has a built in blender, LED lights, charges your USB devices, rolls, and provides storage for you utensils  this cooler might be for you. While we have not seen this cooler it person (just on the internet) ... Read More »

Igloo Yukon Cold Locker Cooler Cool Gear Review

Igloo Yukon Cold Locker Gear Review

As most of you know the Igloo company is no stranger to the cooler market and for over 60 years Igloo has been making coolers. The Igloo company has released a new contender in the high-end cooler market. Our team took a look at the Igloo Yukon Cold Locker . Here are some of the features. The Yukon Cold Lockers ... Read More »

Cool Gear Review: Arctic Ice – Rugged Cooler Packs

The has been testing out the new Arctic Ice Alaskan Series and Arctic Ice Tundra Series re-usable rugged cooler packs. What is Arctic Ice? Arctic Ice is a new brand of rugged ice-substitute cooler packs that maintain low temperatures longer than ice or “blue gel” products. The active ingredient, PureTemp™, is a plant-oil derived “phase-change material” (PCM). Arctic Ice ... Read More »

Cool Gear Review: Hoo Rag

The Hoo Rag Hoo Rags are highly useful and dynamic tubular bandanas that should be a must have for all outdoors enthusiasts. The team recently tried out the Hoo Rag. For those of you not familiar with the Hoo Rag, here we go. It’s a pony tail rag, face rag, Alice rag, balaclava rag, headband rag, neck rag, pirate rag, and neck warmer ... Read More »

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