This large-capacity cooler is ready for outdoor events no matter how remote or rugged the location. It rides on 10″ inflatable all-terrain wheels that can ride over dirt, rocks, grass, sand, snow, and more. It holds up to 70 cans or 50 bottles and has a foam-insulated steel body that can keep contents cool for days.
Brümate’s 55-gallon rolling cooler is ready to take all your drinks and snacks to the beach, camping, or tailgating. In addition to its capacious insulated main compartment and 7-day ice retention, it has a removable 2.8-gallon drink tank with a built-in tap. Its puncture-resistant all-terrain wheels can even roll on sand.
This rugged cooler won’t have trouble rolling over rough terrain thanks to its 9-inch all-terrain tires. Its rotomolded, insulated, and airtight main bin can keep items and ice from melting for up to 10 days. A pop-up storage bin lets you carry additional items on its lid. Available in 45 qt., 60 qt., and 80 qt. capacities.
This folding chair gives you a place to sit when camping, hiking, fishing, or waiting in long lines. Under its seat is a cooler bag that holds snacks and drinks, along with pockets for a water bottle and small accessories. The chair holds up to 331 lb. and can be carried backpack style. It folds up to just 1.2″ thick when not in use.
Global warming is really gonna mess with cold drinks this spring. The strapped Able Carry Cooler thermal sling goes everywhere on commutes or day trips to help six canned drinks keep their cool for hours, especially when you add an icepack. It comes in White Alpine or Coyote Brown and fits inside any Able Carry backpack.
Icemule’s waterproof cooler backpack has a 33-liter capacity – enough space for up to 24 cans plus ice to keep them cool. PolarLayer insulation foam helps keep ice solid for 24 hours or more, while a valve lets air in for increased insulating as well as buoyancy so it can float.
This large-capacity cooler backpack holds up to 54 cans and ice. Its side pockets provide space for four bottles of wine or other spirits, and its front zippered pocket is ideal for utensils and other accessories. Its insulated main compartment keeps contents cool for up to 24 hours.
This outdoor drink cooler is a fun and functional addition to your patio or deck. It holds up to 68 quarts in its stainless steel insulated ice chest and its lid doubles as a compact foosball table. It also has a bottle opener with a catch tray, a lower storage shelf, and casters for easy moving.
GOAT Boxco’s Hub system offers one of the smartest designs we’ve seen. In addition to a cooling bin, they have four detachable “CAN” containers which can carry gear, bait, snacks, or other small items. They come in two sizes, with pre-loaded KITs and a CAN storage rack available. Prices shown are $100 off for a limited time.
Need to cool down drinks for guests in a hurry? The InnoChiller is a cooling accelerator that can take a six-pack from room temp to chilled in just 12 minutes. Its high-speed fan and wind tunnel work in concert with your freezer or refrigerator to speed up cooling. It has various program lengths for different drink containers.
This rugged, insulated cooler is perfect for carrying meals, drinks, and snacks to work or play. It holds up to 16.1 liters or 18 cans, and it doubles as a seat with a 300-pound weight limit. Its lid stays open at 90-degrees or folds flat to access its tray and storage compartment. Keeps contents cool for up to 30 hours.
Igloo’s heavy-duty coolers are built using a lightweight blow-molded body, with thick foam walls that keep ice frozen for up to 4 days. They have multiple tie-down points, non-slip corners, a rubberized grab handle, and a stainless steel kick plate. Available in 25 qt., 52 qt., and 72 qt. sizes.
PARKIT’s Voyager chair raises the bar for outdoor seating, with its stylish woven seat, real wood armrests, and aircraft-grade aluminum frame. Under its seat cushion is a drink cooler, which can keep ice frozen for up to 8 hours. It has built-in backpack straps and a detachable cup holder for left- or right-handed users.
These heavy-duty coolers have a freezer-quality lid gasket, built-in bottle openers, and up to 3 inches of foam insulation to hold ice for up to a full week. With their ultra-tough roto-molded construction, the 45-, 60- and 80-quart coolers are certified bear-resistant, so they’ll even survive your craziest parties.
Arctic Zone’s soft-sided cooler is ready for all your outdoor activities. Its main section holds up to 50 cans, and its front compartment is great for sandwiches (or up to 10 more cans). Both sections are wrapped in high-performance insulation. It rolls on rugged all-terrain wheels and is collapsible for storage.
This unique backpack cooler has a built-in tap for dispensing drinks wherever your adventures take you. It holds up to 3 gallons of liquid, a dozen 12 oz. cans, or five wine bottles in its removable stainless steel liner. It can be carried on your back, like a bucket, or over your shoulder with an optional strap.
This rugged rotomolded cooler holds up to 30 cans inside its 21-quart insulated compartment and can keep ice for up to 5 days. It’s got a couple of bonus features built in, including a 16″ fishing ruler, cupholders, and a bottle opener. Its rubber straps ensure a tight seal, keeping cool air in and odors from seeping out.
Keep your beer bottles and cans frosty cold for hours with these cooler shells that wrap around your beverages. They feature double-wall vacuum insulation and a stainless steel body. A removable cap holds bottles securely in place, while cans fit snugly on their own. As a bonus, its cap doubles as a bottle opener.
The StowCo Cooler is about the size of a laptop case, but its interior insulated compartment has enough space for 10 cans, six beer bottles, or three wine bottles. It keeps its contents cold for up to 5 hours without the need for ice, and offers an inconspicuous way to carry beverages.
This cooler keeps drinks cold without ice. Its refrigerated compartment can be powered by the included battery pack, an AC adapter, 12V cord, or an optional solar panel that comes built into a folding metal table. The included 144Wh PowerBank+ battery can also charge mobile gadgets. Save 15% in The Awesomer Shop
Pelican’s soft-sided cooler bags make it easy and comfortable to carry bottles and cans. The Dayventure Backpack has plenty of room for carrying items in its top section, while chilling a six-pack in its bottom. The dedicated Dayventure Sling cooler holds 12 cans and ice, or up to 4 wine bottles.
This large-capacity pack can carry up to 30 cans and 8 small ice packs in its main compartment. It’s insulated with high-density foam, has a leak-proof liner, and its outside is water repellant. The bag has a large front zipper pocket, a top zipper pocket, and side mesh pockets.
Corkcicle’s Ivanhoe duffle is a stylish way to keep your food and beverages cold all day. It has a closed-cell foam insulation, an easy to clean food-safe liner, magnetic side pockets and a vegan leather base. It holds up to 48 cans or 24 cans and four wine bottles, and packs up smaller than other coolers when not in use.
Electric skateboard maker Onewheel hacked a Yeti cooler on top of of one of their self-balancing boards, letting its rider carry around chilled drinks without dragging around a separate cooler. They built this one-off prototype on a whim, but we kind of dig the idea.