Engel High-Performance Waterproof Soft-Sided Cooler
The Engel High-Performance Waterproof Soft-Sided Cooler is unlike any other cooler regarding superiority in keeping your favorite beverages cold. The outer shell is composed of abrasion-resistant 840 denier fabric with welded seams. The welded seams prevent warm air from entering the inner compartment of the cooler to enhance the life of the ice packs or ice inside. This cooler is capable of keeping beverages cold for up to four and a half days. For puncture resistance and added strength, the front and back of the cooler are laminated with a TPU film. Inside the cooler is closed-cell foam insulation that prevents air from entering, thus improving its thermal range. The cooler has a capacity of holding 32 quarts of ice or liquids. Featuring new patent-pending vacuum valve technology, you should use your vacuum to suck out all excess air for optimum performance.
- Three ways to carry: quick-grab handle, over the shoulder, side handles
- Rugged abrasion-resistant 840D TPU outer case for ultimate protection
- Easy loading through wide-open top
- Patent-pending Vacuum Valve Technology
- 1.5 inches of closed cell foam insulation for maximum ice retention
- 100% waterproof zipper seals in cold, keeps out hot
- Adjustable ergonomic shoulder strap
- Bottle opener
- Water-resistant front pocket
- Convenient shoulder strap
- Exterior Dimensions: 20 x 10 x 16 in.
- Interior Dimensions: 18 x 7.5 x 13 in.
- Capacity: 32 quarts (8 gallons)
- Can hold up to 48 cans plus ice packs
- Can hold up to 35 lbs. of ice
- Manufacturer's one-year limited warranty
Ratings & Reviews
A portable cooler with waterproof zipper keep in my cabin dry.
by Captain Jared Meyer "OutKast Sportfishing"
Looking for an awesome portable cooler this is the one. Lots of insulation, a waterproof zipper, and plenty of room for those nice cold beverages. Ice that last for days intercooler that when tipped over won't spill all over my cabin. Engel Coolers are leading the way in soft side cooler for this busy sportsman.