The Otter Trooper LT 30 Soft Cooler shares several impressive attributes with other popular soft coolers, but solely carries a feature the others can’t match.
Modular, American-made, bear-resistant, and of course ultra-durable, Otterbox’s Venture Coolers are here to usurp the frozen throne.
It’s officially beach season, and if you aren’t happy with your current cooler collection, Arctic Zone’s well-reviewed soft side models are all 20% off on Amazon this week.
RTIC’s Soft Packs are our readers’ favorite coolers, and the newly redesigned models are back on sale for the first time in months, if you’ve had them on your wish list, or if you want to give them as a gift this holiday season.
Just in time for picnic season, four different sizes of AO brand coolers are on sale for the best prices in about a year today.
Take this Stanley 16-quart cooler on your next adventure for just $40 today. It can keep up to 21 cans cold for up to 36 hours, doubles as a seat, and has a lifetime guarantee.
There are much better ways to get some skin in the game than having it pulled off by your cooler’s zipper.
Pelican is probably best known for their high-end camera transporting equipment, but they also make high-end coolers, and they’re all on sale in today’s Amazon Gold Box.
I know we normally dismiss YETI products as overpriced, but at least for today, their Hopper 30 soft cooler is down to just $175 shipped, one of the first times we’ve ever seen it below $200. This thing can hold 24 cans at a 2:1 ice to can ratio, and keep everything cold for days on end.
Igloo’s Daytripper bags, unlike some of the competition, won’t keep your ice frozen until the next presidency, but they will arm you for a complete picnic, and do so in style.
It’s not exactly a YETI or an RTIC, but it’s tough to complain about a $14 cooler that can keep ice frozen for up to 24 hours in 90 degree heat. With room for up to 30 cans, this’ll be a great addition to your tailgating setup. Today’s price is a solid $6 less than usual.
Update: Sold out. If you want something like this though, check out the RTIC Soft Pack, which won our Kinja Co-Op.
Update: Sold out. If you missed it, I recommend you check out the reader-favorite RTIC 30 Soft Pack, which should perform similarly.
This 16-can Coleman soft cooler isn’t going to keep ice frozen for days on end like a YETI or RTIC, but it’s perfectly fine for a picnic or keeping meat cold on the way home from the grocery store, and it’s a steal at just $10.
YETI madness has sparked stiff competition from the likes of RTIC, Otterbox (which we’ll be checking out soon), and even Monoprice. Like the travel mug space, the ice retention arms race has reached a state of diminishing returns, and innovation needs to come from elsewhere. Pelican has responded with a 20QT cooler…
Update: Sold out
Update: Sold out, sorry. I’d recommend checking out the equivalent RTIC cooler though, which won our reader vote.
RTIC’s Soft Pack froze out the competition in this week’s Co-Op, taking the title of your favorite cooler.
While convenient for keeping drinks chilled, lugging a hardside cooler everywhere is less-than-ideal. How about picking up one of RTIC’s softsided coolers, in either 20 or 30L for their best prices ever? Save some money and save your back.
Grabbing a new cooler while you look forward to the warmer weather is a great way to spend your day. Pick up your choice of RTIC coolers, 20 qt, 45 qt, or 65 qt, for the best price they’ve ever been.