Bold North Outdoors™ is an independent, family-owned business based in Minnesota.
Outdoorsmen Jon Green initially created their portable power station to address issues they’d encountered while ice fishing. It soon became clear that their portable power station could do so much more.
A Note from the Founders of Bold North Outdoors™
Living in the state of Minnesota we have the pleasure of enjoying two types of seasons; construction, and winter. When construction season comes to an end, all we can think about is ice fishing. We’ve had our fair share of issues on the ice. Mike has kicked two batteries down an ice fishing hole, and Jon has torched our Colman lantern multiple times. Plus, there always seemed to be too many wires hooked up to our battery for lights and fans and Jon always seems to forget to charge his cell phone the night before.
These issues inspired us to create Bold North Outdoors portable power stations. We’ve used this amazing new product on a wide variety of outdoor adventures, learning from our customers and our own experience to make it the best portable power station on the market!
Serving America's Veterans.
Recognizing the Unique Challenge of Veterans
With everything that goes on in our day-to-day lives, we tend to get distracted with work, social media, and the news. We lose sight of what really matters, Family!
Our families are only together because of the men and women that put on the uniform every day to protect us. Whether they are stationed stateside, abroad, or fighting on the front lines, take a moment today at dinner and give thanks and praise to these men and women. When seeing a service member out in public, take a moment and stop by and shake their hand and thank them for their service.
We tend not to realize all the sacrifices these men and women have made that serve our country. We don’t recognize the struggles they might be experiencing mentally do to combat. There are many resources to help soldiers with their issues, but soldiers are also trained to be strong, adapt and overcome issues, and basically to just soldier up and move on. It’s easy to believe that it’s a weakness to have any issues and just bottle everything up.