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Packing for an Adventurous Vacation Starts with a Titan Cooler Backpack

We’ve got a summer vacation trip coming up and I’m gathering all the things I’ll be needing for boating, hiking, swimming and fishing in the Georgia mountains. At the top of my list is the new Titan Deep Freeze® 30 Can Ice Wall® Backpack Cooler sent to me courtesy of Arctic Zone. With its ability to keep everything cold for up to two days, I can safely say my snacks and drinks will be kept fresh through whatever adventure we find.

Ready for an adventure!

The Titan Deep Freeze Backpack Cooler

Titan Deep Freeze® 30 Can Ice Wall® Backpack Cooler comes in four colors: Sharkskin gray, Pine, Blue Lagoon and Citrus. I went with the bright Blue Lagoon shade. The coolers are available for $69.99 on the Titan website, and they also have the 24-can model available on Amazon for $44.99.

These backpacks can keep their contents cold for up to two days with their unique chilling technology that includes two removable Ice Walls® that neatly fit inside two exterior pockets, a large main compartment with Deep Freeze™ insulation and Therma-Flect® radiant barrier, and a triple layer ColdBlock™ base that enhances cold retention.

Other great features include a leak-proof lining with Microban® to protect against bacterial odors and stains, a coated exterior that is water and stain repellent so it wipes clean with ease, a padded back with breathable mesh panels, adjustable padded backpack straps, a sternum strap, mesh pockets and a detachable bottle opener.

Now Let’s Pack!

Now that I have my backpack, it’s time to add all the other things we might need for this little adventure. The Titan Deep Freeze fits more than just cans. It has room for lunch, snacks, water bottles, eco–friendly dishcloths for clean-up  and whatever else you need to keep cold. It also has pockets for other necessities like sunscreen, bug spray and your wallet. I’m ready to get my adventure started!

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