A rugged soft cooler. The Trooper LT 30 has 2″ wide padded carrying straps that let you haul it as a shoulder bag or as a backpack. Its exterior is resistant to puncturing, water, chemicals and UV light. It also has a pair of mounts for accessories such as the included bottle opener.
The Party Barge offers up three large, individually insulated compartments, letting you serve up cold drinks, hot apps, and other snacks safely side-by-side. At 44″ long, it holds up to 39 drink bottles or 18 liquor bottles, and comes with two removable condiment trays.
Icemule’s upcoming Boss backpack cooler has 1.2″ thick closed cell foam and a rolltop design to keep food and drinks cold for days. It also has insulated external pockets, MOLLE webbing, bungee cords, ventilated back and carrying straps, and sternum and hip straps.
Barebones Living has everything from a lunch box-sized cooler that carries up to six 12oz. cans hot or cold for up to 12h, to a trolley-equipped party cooler that can keep up to 96 cans chill or toasty for up to 72h. The large coolers each have a bottle opener zipper pull.
From the guys known for making insanely durable cases, OtterBox coolers are drop-tested, can hold ice for 2 weeks, and are certified bear-resistant, though we’re not sure who certifies that. Available in 25, 45, and 65 quart capacities, and offer a variety of add-ons.
Whether camping or tailgating, the last thing you want to let you down is your drink cooler. Pelican takes their knack for building nearly indestructible cases and applies it to coolers that can retain ice up to 10 days, and can even keep out bears. In 30-, 50-, and 70-quart sizes.
A rugged cooler designed to take on whatever the outdoors throw at you. The Igloo Trailmate has a 70-quart (112 cans) capacity, retains ice for 4 days, and has a serving tray, tie-down loops, bottle openers, and big never-flat wheels that can take your party off-road.
Keep your drinks on ice in the coolest cooler we’ve seen in a while. This miniature replica of the classic Volkswagen camper van even has rubber wheels so you can pull it around. And while it’s expensive, it’s still way cheaper than the real thing. And requires fewer oil changes.