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What's worse, getting back to camp to find that all your food's been eaten, or being scared that a bear's going to come back looking for more? Trick question, they're both the worst, which is why you should stash your comestibles in the Counter Assault Bear Keg to keep Griz out of your campsite. Try as he might, he won't be able to get into the polymer vault or turn the coin-slot locks that are easy for human hands, so your snacks will be safe and the bears will be discouraged and look elsewhere for treats.
- Smooth sides and round edges
- Stainless steel locks
- Item #CTA0003
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Lost Coast Trip
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Me and a friend used this when we hiked the Lost Coast Trail. It's a bit bulky and heavy but....it's a bear can, they're all bulky and heavy. The top was easy to use and actually very secure. We we're both surprised with how much fit inside. A 3 day trip, with dehydrated food and more than enough snacks (we ended up bring an extra day's worth of food each back), still left room to stuff a bunch of other gear into it. That helped it not feel so bulky. I'm more of a hanging food bag, pct style, fan but when "the man" says bear can or ticket it will do the job.