Pup Portable Kayak Cooler

Aug 6, 2018

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Kayaking can be a great way to explore the aquatic world around you while gaining some exercise on a warm afternoon – possibly even finding a secret beach in the process. Storage though on the common kayak leaves much to be desired, at least in the beverage department. Luckily, The CreekKooler Pup offers 15 quarts of floatable cooler space to keep the party going for hours on end.

Outfitted as a smaller version of the original CreekKooler, the Pup is a more portable and lightweight version purposed for smaller, more personal outings. Don’t get us wrong though, this is no slouch in the storage department. Each mobile cooler boasts enough room for 15 cans of beer and 10 pounds of ice that will keep for up to 24 hours thanks to proprietary insulation and a secure locking lid. Also, it’s tow-point loops helps it attach to any kayak on the market and two cupholders up top give you and a lucky someone easy access to your brews of choice whenever your craving that next sip. Available now for preorder on Kickstarter.

Purchase: $89+

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