The National Park Service will be celebrating its 100th year of service this year. To celebrate, Coleman has teamed up with the National Park Foundation and select outdoor brands to offer collections of unique and memorable items commemorating the milestone. Coleman is launching five key products for their collection and we’re happy to give you an overview of each one. Let’s take a closer look …
Nostalgia Lantern ($149.99)
Coleman’s Nostalgia Lantern, designed specifically for the 2016 National Park Service Centennial commemorative line, harkens back to the good ol’ days of camping with a heritage-inspired full metal body. This battery-powered 700-lumen lantern includes a Lithium-ion battery. When you aren’t using the lantern, switch on Coleman’s BatteryLock technology which disconnects the batteries from their contact point, keeping them from draining while not in use.
Steel Belted Cooler ($199.99)
A throw-back when it comes to design, the 54 Quart Steel Belted Cooler is reminiscent of your grandparents Coleman cooler—but updated with a modern look that celebrates the National Park Service’s Centennial and with modern technology. The painted steel cooler is large enough to hold 85 cans, and the stainless steel handles with rubber grips make it simple to carry.
FyreKnight™ Stove ($149.99)
In 2015, Coleman introduced HyperFlame technology in their stoves—a wind-blocking design that boils water twice as fast as your classic Coleman two-burner. The FyreKnight does just this and sports the National Park Service Centennial colors specific to Coleman’s celebratory line. Plus, it’s rugged and ready for the outdoors: large bumpers on the corners absorb shock and a large external handle makes it easy to carry through camp.
Roadtrip® X-Cursion™ Grill ($229.99)
Similar to the NorthStar Lantern, the X-Cursion Grill is one of Coleman’s top sellers. Welcome the National Parks Centennial version, in khakis and forest greens. Collapsible steel scissor legs and low-profile design make moving this grill as easy as flipping a burger, while the rugged, off-road wheels handle almost any terrain.
Northstar® Lantern ($64.99)
One of Coleman’s most popular propane lanterns, the NorthStar, makes a guest appearance in Coleman’s National Park Service Centennial collection in a limited color scheme. No matches; just push the InstaStart ignition. Turn it up to its highest—1540 lumens—or dim it as low as you need it to set the mood.
The Coleman National Park Service Centennial Collection will hit retail shelves in early April. For more information on the National Park Foundation, please visit their website.