IceMule Coolers come in a variety of sizes and colors, check out icemulecooler.com to learn more. You could say the folks at IceMule have two passions: beer and being outside. In their opinion, there’s no better way to take in a beautiful vista after a long hike than with an ice cold brew in hand.Do you have similar interests? If the answer is yes, then let them break down what makes the IceMule the ultimate adventure cooler.No ZippersIt’s 2016, why on earth are people still putting zippers on soft coolers? If there’s anything more obnoxious than not being able to readily access what’s inside your cooler, let us know, because we can’t think of anything.The IceMule doesn’t have zippers. Instead we utilize a patented roll top design that gives the cooler a firm seal, which prevents leakage and keeps everything ice cold but also enables a wide open access when you’re ready to grab what’s inside.Easy to CarryEvery IceMule is equipped with a strapping system. The IceMule Classic utilizes a cross strap and the IceMule Pro is designed with a ventilated backpack strap system. A cooler gets heavy and we make sure carrying an IceMule is never a pain in the back, ensuring you can carry your cooler in comfort. Extreme Portability So far you know the IceMule has no zippers and is easy-to-carry. Did you know it rolls up for easy storage? That’s right – the IceMule is specifically designed to go ANYWHERE. Surf trips in Central America? Hikes in Thailand? Relaxing on the beach in Bali? A cookout in the backyard? We will be there. And when you’re done – you don’t have to worry about storage because you can roll the IceMule up and put it in a suitcase or closet.High-PerformanceThe IceMule keeps things cold for over 24 hours. There are no gimmicks here, we don’t tack on a $200 surcharge for meaningless bragging rights. The IceMule works just like any standard hard cooler and you can get one for about the same price. Plus, an IceMule is tough as hell because we know a cooler should take a beating and we don’t shy away from a challenge. See One in Action Check out IceMule’s latest video to see what the fuss is all about.
The Huskies opened the scoring in the first period as John Apsassin found the back of the net midway through the frame.In the second period a disastrous 1:44 struck Fort St. John five minutes into the frame. The Navigators scored three unanswered goals to take a quick 3-1 lead. The Huskies battled back however as they closed the gap to one with a powerplay goal, but 31 seconds after that Peace River restored their two goal lead. In the final minute of the second period the Huskies again closed the gap to one entering the third.The Navigators scored twice in the opening 4:42 of the final frame. Fort St. John got to within two but they would get no closer the rest of the way as the Navs added a final tally at the 11:25 mark to round out the scoring.- Advertisement -Finding the back of the net for the Huskies were John Apsassin, Kody Disher, Cayle Bell, and Thomas Webster.The Huskies will be back in action tonight at the North Peace Arena for a game against the Beaverlodge Blades at 8 p.m.