Going Outside? Keep It Cool.

May 25, 2021

It’s that time of year again. The clouds are clearing, temperatures are rising, and the open road beckons. It’s time to get outside.

While everyone prepares for an outdoor adventure in different ways, one thing is certain. Whether your customers are heading for a campsite, for the trails or just for a nearby beach, they’re going to want to bring food and drink and they’re going to want to keep it cold.

With that in mind, here are just a few of the cooler bags that are made to keep things cool while on the road.

For a hands-free option, the Port Authority® 18-Can Backpack Cooler enables you to carry a full picnic on your back. With space for up to 18 cans in the lower cooler section and dry storage space in the upper roll-top compartment, this is the perfect companion for an adventure outdoors.

Collapsible Tote Coolers from Port Authority® are a sturdy and adaptable option, converting quickly from the shape of a tote bag into a cube. With both 18-can and 6-can versions available, these collapsible totes are multi-functional companions for everything from a picnic in the park to a backyard tailgate party.

Never one to be outdone, Carhartt® makes a big entrance with a 36-Can Duffel Cooler. The ultimate accessory for a day at the beach or a barbecue in the backyard, this massive cooler is seam-sealed, insulated and water repellent — in short, all the sturdiness you expect from Carhartt. The duffel is one of many Carhartt coolers available.

Finally, the Max Cool 24-Can Cooler from Eddie Bauer® is a soft-sided cooler designed for maximum ice retention. A one-inch thick layer of high-density, closed-cell insulating foam ensures that whatever is inside stays cold while the rugged ripstop polyester shell keeps it ready for anything.

These are just a few of the accessories that your customers should consider for their next foray into the outdoors. If you’re looking for more options, be sure to catch our next webcast on Friday, May 28 at 10am: Get Outside! Must-Haves For Outdoor Adventures.

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