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.
THE BEST Coolers
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 how they test that. Available in 25, 45, and 65 quart capacities, and offer a variety of add-ons.
Igloo presents a limited-edition 16 quart Playmate Elite cooler inspired by The Mystery Machine from Scooby Doo. It’s decked out in teal blue, and has graphics of Scoob and the whole gang crammed into the van and ready for adventure. If you prefer something smaller, check out Thermos’ Mystery Machine lunch kit.
Igloo’s 54-quart stainless steel “jockey box” style cooler connects to a keg of your choice, keeping beer chilled and on tap without needing to put your keg in an ice tub. Its got a built-in opener for bottles of brew too, and can alternatively be used to chill up to 85 12-ounce cans.
Ever 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 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.
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.
Thomas & Darden’s Kube outdoor speaker has a 350W digital amplifier that allows it to pump out a bone rattling 122dB of sound. It also has a 35L insulated cooler compartment. It can connect via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or 3.5mm input. It lasts up to 50h per charge and has a USB charging port.
Adv3nture’s backpack hides an insulated and waterproof cooler compartment in its base. The small pack can carry up to six cans, while the large pack can carry up to eight cans. It also has a paracord storage, a laptop compartment, a phone holder and a sunglasses case.
Keep your drinks on ice in the coolest cooler we’ve seen in a while. This 33″ long replica of the classic Volkswagen camper van has rubber wheels and a handle so you can pull it around. It’s expensive, it’s still way cheaper than the real thing – and needs fewer oil changes.
Furrion’s high tech cooler has a built-in compressor that can keep its interior down to -8ºF, even without ice. It can be powered by its battery or plugged into an AC or DC outlet. It also has an AC outlet, a Qi wireless charger and USB charging ports. Drops 2019.
You’ve been hiking all day, and you deserve an ice-cold brew when you get to your destination. Keep your bottle chilled in a tiny sleeping bag you can hang on your backpack. It’s got a soft and protective nylon shell, an insulated liner, and a carabiner with a bottle opener.
Fenik’s Yuma is a cooler meant to store food and dairy products. You fill up its bladder with water, and it will absorb heat from the inside and direct it to the water, which gets turned into vapor. It can keep its contents 10ºF to 35ºF cooler than the ambient temperature.
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