Has a 30-quart capacity. 4 drink holders. Shaped like a mini kayak to make it easier to travel in the water. Floats well. Doesn't pop like an inflatable floating cooler. Hard-sided. Water tight and well made. Lid screws on.
Though this cooler is designed to tow behind, it does not have a designated hole for a rope. A rope must be attached to one of the handles.
Cooler lifts from the base and can be used off the water. Easy to carry. Includes cup holders. Very durable. Can take the abuse of whitewater. Cooler stays in place inside the inner tube base. Keeps drinks cold all day long.
The holes for the cup holders sit low and have a tendency to fill with water and put drag the cooler.
Easy to carry. Arrives quickly. Floats when loaded. Designed with an air valve to aid with floating.
While this cooler will float, it is not designed to be a tow along like other floating coolers.
Float allows you to use your own cooler. Includes drink holders. Allows you to enjoy the insulation of a regular cooler and the convenience of a float. Stable. Easy to inflate. Stays filled with air. Compatible with the Coleman 28-quart cooler.
This is made to float a smaller 28-quart cooler. Other models will not fit as well in the float.
Includes sturdy side handles and 2 rope ties to help keep your cooler close. Made of a thick vinyl. No mesh bottom. Closed on all sides. Floats well and does not make your cooler top-heavy. Float can withstand hitting rocks.
The size on this is large and may be too large for your needs.
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