Do you want to be the coolest camper at the campsite this season? Sure, you do. Who doesn’t? One of the easiest ways to do that is to have a reliable cooler with you when you pitch the tent, spark up the campfire, and set up your favorite camping chair. Not sure which cooler is the coolest? No worries! We’ve narrowed down ten coolers made for campers that are guaranteed to not only keep your beverages cool but your reputation as well.
Igloo Tag-Along Too Cooler
Sometimes you need your hands to remain free. Whether you’re holding a beverage already or the hand of your favorite person, there are times when you simply can’t afford to have a cooler in your grasp. I understand that and so does the Igloo Tag-Along Too Cooler. Designed with a stylish, adjustable crossbody shoulder strap, this 11-quart cooler has a leakproof lid and can hold sports drinks and bottles upright while keeping them chilled for up to two days. The name says it all, this cooler is the perfect tag-along.
Coleman Space Blue 28-Can Soft Cooler Backpack
If you want to up the drink capacity without sacrificing the hands-free convenience, then the Coleman Space Blue 28-Can Soft Cooler Backpack is perfect. Whether you’re camping out at the beach, tailgating, or hitting that trail you’ve been meaning to hike, the foam insulation of this cooler will keep drinks and snacks cold up to 42 hours. As a bonus, there’s an integrated bottle opener on the front for easy access. Two adjustable padded straps ensure maximum comfort, and the top hatch opens for quick entry.
Igloo MaxCold Playmate Elite 16-Quart Cooler
This one is tried and true and proof that if it isn’t broken, there’s really no need to fix it. The design of the Igloo MaxCold Playmate Elite 16-Quart Cooler is a classic for a reason. Easy to use and carry thanks to its trademark tent-top design that swings open to either side and push-button lid for convenient one-handed operation. It can hold up to 30 cans, unless you’re me, then it holds 29 because I can’t help but grab one before heading out. Sorry not sorry.
Perma Chill 20-Quart Cooler
With five gallons of space and weighing in at only 15 pounds, the Perma Chill 20-Quart Cooler is ideal for any day trip including a visit to the campsite. Ice retention for three days? Check. Freezer-grade gasket for a tight lasting seal? Check. Lockable lid? Tie-down slots? Integrated bottle opener? Check. Check. Check. Oh, and there’s a ruler on the lid to quickly measure your catch of the day. Trust me, you’re definitely going to want to check this one out.
Igloo BMX 25-Quart Cooler
If you’re looking for a cooler that is just as bold and rugged as your camping adventures, then look no further. The Igloo BMX 25-Quart Cooler offers a compact, sturdy design that delivers a performance everyone at the campsite will appreciate. From the heavy-duty blow-molded construction to the extra-thick foam walls and insulated lid, the rubberized T-latches for secure closure to the triple-point grab handles with stainless steel reinforcement and rubber grips, this cooler will ensure you’re one of the coolest campers around and that your drinks are too — up to four days in 90-degree heat at least.
RovR RollR 45-Quart Cooler
When space is limited, but capacity is still important, there’s one cooler that’s up for the challenge of meeting both of those needs — the RovR RollR 45-Quart Cooler. Engineered to be the world’s best cooling and organization design, this cooler features a bear-resistant rotationally molded body and lid. If that doesn’t say ready for the campsite, I don’t know what does. It also has high-density foam insulation, up to 8 days of ice retention, high-performance wheel assembly with 9-inch all-terrain rubber tires, a telescopic handle, and much more. Grab this one, trust me. Everyone else will be. This item is an online only item.
Coleman Xtreme 50-Quart Wheeled Cooler
We’ve all heard that less is more, I know, but more can be more too. The Coleman Xtreme 50-Quart Wheeled Cooler holds up to 84 cans and keeps ice up to five days even in temperatures as high as 90-degrees. The Have-A-Seat lid supports up to 250 pounds while the telescoping handle and heavy-duty wheels that can roll effortlessly over any terrain make pulling a breeze. Go ahead, let the good times roll with this one.
Pelican 70-Quart Elite Cooler
When we’re talking about durability, performance, and ergonomic design, good enough doesn’t always cut it. With the Pelican 70-Quart Elite Cooler, you’re getting the best of the best, the highest standards, a cooler created to last a lifetime. In fact, Pelican is so sure this cooler will be your favorite cooler forever that they back it with a lifetime guarantee. Every part — latches, freezer-grade seal, handles — is engineered with extreme durability in mind. Elite? You bet.
Perma Chill 80-Quart Cooler
Good things come in small packages, sure, but good things also come in big sizes too. Take the Perma Chill 80-Quart Cooler, for example. It has 20-gallons of space, 12-day ice retention, freezer-grade gaskets for a tight, lasting seal, a lockable lid, and tie down slots for extra support. Fill this one up and never leave the campsite for a refill until it’s officially time to go. Good things? More like good times.
Camco 950 Portable 95-Liter Electric Cooler with Dual Zone Cooling
Just because you’re camping doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of the latest technology. Coolers are no exception. The Camco 950 Portable 95-Liter Electric Cooler can be controlled remotely from your smartphone using an app. The LED control panel on the cooler provides a digital display while interior LED lights allow you to see the contents at night. As fancy as that is, that’s not all. There are two internal compartments with dual zone cooling options so you can independently cool and freeze at the same time. Is there anything cooler than that?
Becoming the coolest person at the campsite just became that much easier. With one of these ten coolers made for campers, you’ll be as cool as a Rockstar, like Elvis even — legendary.
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