When 86% of people associate the Koozie® brand with their favorite outdoor activities, it’s no wonder we take outdoor insulation seriously. Whether enjoying a warm beverage around a campfire, staying warm in fleece or keeping the winds at bay, Koozie® Kamp items are designed to help insulate you from the elements while enjoying the great outdoors.
We pride ourselves on being insulation experts backed by 40 years of experience and want to share that knowledge with you – our valued customers! Read on for everything you need to know to become an insulation pro when it comes to choosing the perfect Koozie® Kamp gear for your next promotional campaign.
Stay Warm with Fleece
Fleece is the go-to material of choice for many outdoor adventurers because it is incredibly lightweight and packs easily into small bags. The material insulates body heat by trapping warm air, keeping the wearer protected from outdoor temperatures.
Fleece also wicks moisture away from the body. If sweat is held against the skin for long enough it will lower body temperature. Fleece helps wick this moisture away to then evaporate and keep the wearer feeling fresh and warm. Additionally, its lightweight fibers allow it to dry very quickly if caught in the rain or snow. (1)
This cozy fleece blanket will keep you warm, whether out in nature or cozying up at home. The anti-pilling fleece is available in red, black, royal and navy and is machine washable with H-loop included for easy carrying.
Koozie® beanies are lightweight yet durable with stretch for added comfort. The double layer fleece lining provides extra warmth for cold winter months while details like an imprinted cuff or two-tone band show off classic Koozie® style.
Wind & Water Protection
If you encounter strong winds and when camping, you want to feel confident your tent won’t fall down around you in the middle of the night. Knowing a tent has the strength to remain standing will give you peace of mind, but there are also a few more factors to consider so you stay insulated from the elements.
- Height – It’s convenient to have headroom, but too much can have your tent gone with the wind.
- Weight – A tent with single walls is lighter and less bulky but double walls or a canopy cover help your tent stay strong.
- Doors – Two doors may be nice, but can create a wind-tunnel effect that causes instability. (2)
Campers looking to get away from the cold ground are turning to hammock camping. In fact, the NPD Group says sales of sleeping hammocks doubled from $26 million to $53 million from 2013 to 2015. “Hangers” find hammock camping to be more comfortable and it eliminates the problem of rain coming in under a tent. Quilts used by hammockers can be easily attached underneath the hammock and also often weigh less than sleeping bags and pads that tent users use to stay insulated from the unforgiving ground. (3)
This tent features mesh windows on three sides, a strong frame that can sustain up to 35 mph winds and an inside pocket. Lightweight and portable to easily fit into the carry bag with screen print imprint on the water-resistant canopy.
The strong, nautical grade nylon on this hammock can hold 500 lbs. but is also compact and lightweight enough to make it perfect for backpacking. Each end of the hammock is equipped with a carabiner and tree-friendly straps for securing to hard surfaces. The attached imprinted pouch can hold valuables while in use and also stows the hammock for easy transport.
If you’re heading out on the water for the day, a dry sack is a great way to keep valuables and electronics insulated from the wet conditions. The plastic-coated polyester material creates an impermeable, water-ingress protected bag. It is essential to ensure the roll top closure is folded at least three times to create an insulated, watertight seal. (4)
Keep belongings dry while kayaking, canoeing or at the beach with this bag featuring a fold-down closure that doubles as a handle. Not intended for submerged use, but is water-resistant to keep clothes, electronics or personal items dry while on/near the water.
Gear that serves multiple purposes is a great way to keep camping kits lighter without sacrificing the comforts of home. Kooler bags are essential for keeping food and beverages at the right temperature during outdoor activities, so it only makes sense to have this must-have item double as another useful piece of gear. Plus, multi-function items free up valuable room in your pack to be sure you have everything you need to stay insulated from the elements.
This item is the perfect alternative to a separate bulky chair and cooler for every outdoor activity. The durable steel frame can hold up to 300 lbs. and folds down easily to be worn as a backpack for easy transport. This comfy padded seat is also equipped with a waterproof interior Koozie® kooler, attached bottle opener and side neoprene pocket to keep cans insulated.
Get ready for a great outdoor season with this portable BBQ grill! The charcoal grill fits into the 12-can main kooler compartment with PEVA liner. Has a removable and adjustable shoulder strap for easy portability.
Be sure to show off your insulation expertise when planning your next outdoor campaign and visit kooziegroup.com to view all our Koozie® Kamp Gear.
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