Over the last few weeks, I have been trying out an IceMule Cooler. What is an IceMule you may ask? It is a high performance soft cooler that is based on the design of traditional dry bags. The IceMule has no zippers or sewn seams that will leak. To close the IceMule, you simply fold the top three times and snap the buckle. The double-layered shell construction has insulating foam that allows the IceMule to hold ice for up to 24 hours.
Now I know there are coolers out there that will hold ice for days, but that is not the intent of this product. For day trips or overnight camping, the IceMule is great. I had the large IceMule Classic with a capacity of 20 liters. The large has enough room for 12 “adult” beverages and snacks. The cooler is light and has a built in shoulder strap for easy carrying. When not in use, the IceMule rolls up and fits in its own stuff sack for storage.
IceMules come in several designs and sizes that can be viewed on their website www.icemulecooler.com or if you are in the Huntsville area, stop by Leaf in Creek Outfitters and check out the IceMule in person.
A walk-through on how to rig a Big Rig. Robert, one of our local Angler Crew members shows us the rigging of his Jackson Kayak Big Rig. Many accessories you can make on your own and some are better off buying from your local Kayak shop. Remember, buy local, its the only way you get to browse a cool shop.
Get a Jackson Kayak Big Rig HERE now from Leaf in Creek.